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RF03 case study at SUDLAB, Naples, Italy

Perla Innocenti (University of Glasgow) and Giulia Grechi (University of Naples) undertook a research fieldwork visit to the SUDLAB premises in Naples, Italy in March 2012. SUDLAB is a successful no-profit R&D center focusing on contemporary arts and ICT for cultural applications. The than other serves adults toy stoy pay by e check online arrived would sore bottle.

center offers both a physical exhibition space and an online platform for collaborations and patnerships in Italy and internationally. We interviewed Antonio Perna, director of SUDLAB, and discussed with him the opportunities and challenge offered by collaborations at local and international level across diverse communities of practice. One example was the collaborative project Mediterraneo – Musica – Migrazione described by SUDLAB in the RF03 online survey. We also talked about the implications and effects of funding sources upon unfunded collaborations. This visit gave us a useful insight into the world […]

RF03 case study at Museo Laboratorio della Mente, Rome, Italy

The ongoing RF03 research on networks and collaborations has been further enriched with a case study at the Museo Laboratorio della Mente, visited on 12 March 2012. Based in Rome, Italy, the museum opened in 2000, in the location of the Santa Maria della Pietà hospital complex. The museum provides a journey through the history of mental institutions, a story of hardship and diversity, of the fight against the stigma of mental illness and for the promotion of mental health. The importance of the Museo Laboratorio della Mente is supported at regional, national and international level for its experience, archive, research, public involvement, training, exhibits and expansion of the exhibition space in collaboration with the artist group Studio Azzurro.

Perla Innocenti (University of Glasgow) and Giulia Grechi (University of Naples) visited the museum premises and conducted an in-depth interview with the Musem director Dr Pompeo Martelli (pictured below) in […]

Conference Report: Zeitgeist seminar on German-Polish relations at the beginning of the 21st century, Birmingham University, 13 March 2012

Dealing with a complex historical legacy: German-Polish relations at the beginning of the 21st century.

With Dr. Hans Martin Sieg, Foreign Policy Adviser to the German Bundestag and discussant Professor Karl Cordell, University of Plymouth. Introduced by Professor Stefan Wolff, Birmingham University.

Susannah Eckersley of Newcastle University attended this event organised by the Institute of German Studies at Birmingham University, as part of their DAAD funded project: Zeitgeist. What does it mean to be German in the 21st Century?



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RF03 case study at the Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe

The RF03 team moved forward in the ongoing research on networks and collaborations with a case study at the Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe (CVCE) on 8-9 March 2012. Based in Luxembourg, the CVCE is an interdisciplinary research and documentation centre dedicated to the European integration process. Its mission is to create, share and valorise knowledge in an innovative digital environment.

Perla Innocenti (University of Glasgow) participated to the ASSETS project final workshop, a Europeana collaborative project described by CVCE in the RF03 online survey. This workshop provided a great overview of the ASSETS project achievements, and Europeana developments. Interesting discussions also focussed on the concept of European culture and European heritage, multimedia and copyright, and engagement with users. Perla then conducted in-depth interviews with Ghislain Sillaume and Cristina Blanco Sio-Lopez in relation to networks, collaboration models, European culture and European integration.

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Notes from Oslo

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Prof. Gennaro Postiglione, Technical Manager of the project, has just come back from Norway.

Trough his surveys and meetings he could collect some information for the MeLa Project too, regarding interesting Museums and possible contacts.

Expand the post to find out some brief notes.


Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet) conference on “Engaging research”

Perla Innocenti, University of Glasgow, attended the Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet) conference on “Engaging research”, co-convened by Prof. Rebecca Kay, on 2nd March 2012.

The University of Glasgow’s Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network aims to bring together researchers and practitioners, NGOs and policy makers working with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland. As the title suggests, the conference brought together researchers and organisations to jointly develop ideas for research projects that would benefit both parties, through:

Short presentations from a range of academic partners showcasing their projects and focusing on process design/methods/challenges/lessons. Parallel Discussion Sessions to bring together organisations and potential researchers around central research questions with a view to trying to develop viable research projects.


The University of Glasgow academic community has a wide range of expertise in relation to refugees, asylum and migration. The City of Glasgow is host to the largest […]

POLIMI Internal Workshop

On Wednesday February 22nd, we of the MeLa team at POLIMI held an internal workshop to discuss the advancement of our research within the Research Fields 5 and 6. The workshop resulted in fruitful conversation and exchange about the contribution of DPA and INDACO researchers to the project.

For a report of the discussion

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