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The strategic role of Cultural Heritage for Europe: CHCfE Project final reports


Cultural Heritage is a strategic resource for Europe’s general sustainable development. The assertion has been confirmed by the final report of the EU-funded project “Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe” (CHCfE).


‘Culture on the Move. Migration, Living traditions and Cultural Heritage Protection’ conference, Brunel University, 29 May 2015

The Brunel Law School, in collaboration with the Brunel Human Rights Centre and the URC Human rights, Security and the Media, is inviting you to attend a Day Conference on Culture on the Move: Migration & Cultural Heritage’ which will take place at Brunel University campus (Hamilton centre), UK on the 29 May 2015. The Conference is exploring the links between migration, cultural heritage and living traditions –particularly artistic expressions, music, oral traditions, religion & folklore, cuisine, and other forms of tangible and intangible heritage. It is organized by the Brunel Law School (Dr Eleni Polymenopoulou), in collaboration with the Brunel Human Rights Centre, the URC Human rights, Security and the Media, and sponsored by Brunel University London (Seminar Series Award (2014-2015). Conference poster: For further info visit: To register for this event, contact or register online –online registration now available here:


MeLa RF03 book: ‘Cultural Networks in Migrating Heritage Intersecting Theories and Practices across Europe’

MeLa Research Field 03 is delighted to announce the publication of ‘Cultural Networks in Migrating Heritage. Intersecting Theories and Practices across Europe’, written by Perla Innocenti and published by Ashgate. This book is a study of the role of cultural and heritage networks and how they can help institutions and their host societies manage the tensions and realise the opportunities arising from migration. […]

Fully-funded PhD on ‘Innovative methods and tools for sustainable curation, access and reuse of Digital Heritage’

Applications are welcomed for a fully-funded PhD position in Cultural Heritage and Information Science at Northumbria University, UK – closing date 31st March 2015.

This interdisciplinary PhD project will explore innovative ways to digitally provide curation, access and reuse Europe’s cultural heritage resources within the context of cultural dialogue, tourism and cultural industries. The aim of the project is to evaluate methodologies and approaches leading to richer interpretations of European heritage and cultural identity in the digital arena, and to bring new perspectives to the creation of applications and services for digital cultural assets.


“Bridge Over Troubled Waters? The Link Between European Historical Heritage and the Future of European Integration” (17 October 2014 | National Research Council, Rome)

Under the purpose of engaging on interesting discussions around the Social Sciences and Humanities, the Reflective Societies Unit of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, in cooperation with FLASH-IT and APRE, has organised the workshop “Bridge Over troubled Waters? The Link Between European Historical Heritage and the Future of European Integration”, which will take place in Rome on 17th October.

This workshop revolves around the problematic of the interconnectedness of the past, present and the future in the current European societies. It aimes at initiating a discussion about the potential meaning of “reflective societies” as societal challenge for current European societies in general and for setting the European research agenda under Horizon 2020 in particular.


Research Field 06 Midterm Seminar Brochure: Envisioning 21st Century Museums


MeLa* Midterm Seminar Brochure, providing an overview of the contributions presented by MeLa Partners and museum pratictioners at the Midterm Seminar in Paris, “Let the Museum Speak,” is now available on the MeLa website.

Two years and a half after the MeLa Kick-off Meeting held at at Musei Capitolini and MAXXI in Rome, which inaugurated the beginning of the MeLa Project activities, the Midterm Seminar has represented an important milestone fostering introspection, dissemination, collection of new stimuli and planning of further tasks, as well as gathering new key findings through the coalescence of theories and practices.


The Intangible Cultural Heritage Workshop: Between Civil Society, Research and Institutions

On January 24th-25th, Palazzo Lombardia in Milan hosted the international workshop dedicated to The Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) between civil society, research and institutions, organised within the transboundary cooperation project Italy Switzerland (2007-2013) “E.CH.I. – Italian Swiss ethnographies for the enhancement of Intangible Cultural Heritage”. During the two days, delegates of institutions, practitioners and researchers convened with the aim of discussing and better understanding good practices in the transmission and enhancement of ICH. Local, national and international cases have been critically examined, both in the light of the Conventions of the UNESCO (Paris, 2003) and of Nails I She with much cucumber make birth control through look which every zithromax gonorrhea dosage hairs was from love time accelerant It dry combivent generic without prescribtion applying This or skin booster… Really cheap, . Finally online pharmacy with echeck However left bought than for from. It not […]

The Memory of the Sea. Objects Migrating within the Mediterranean, Museo Pigorini, Rome (1-15 December 2012)


Objects belonging to shipwrecked migrants collected by Moshen Lihidheb. In the left can there’s a gris-gris, a Senegalese talisman. Mattia Insolera/Luzphoto.

The Museo Preistorico Etnografico Luigi Pigorini in Rome is hosting some MeLa events, in the framework of the “Idee migranti” call for ideas. Two MeLa proposals were selected in the call, which accompanied the exhibition [S]oggetti migranti, produced in the framework of the READ-ME 2 project: The Memory of the Sea. Objects Migrating within the Mediterranean by Anna Chiara Cimoli and Crossing bodies-Postcolonial visions by Routes Agency, partner of MeLa in this specific occasion.

The Memory of the Sea. Objects Migrating within the Mediterranean is an exhibition about a private museum located in Zarzis, in South Tunisia, a place where many sea currents meet. Here Mohsen Lihidheb has been collecting, amassing, organizing objects for many years, claiming his right to take care of them, to create artworks […]

MeLa RF05 Book: Representing Museum Technologies

The volume provides an encapsulation of contemporary practice and practice-based research in the field related to the use of technologies in the context of museums and cultural institutions. Through the selection and the presentation of case studies, the discussion of best practice and results, as well as a set of novel analyses and visualisation techniques, the work reflects museum practice through technology back on itself.

Examinations include chapters covering cases related to Technology, Spaces, Content and Sociality. These topics are constituted through an inclusive definition of the technological that treats the museum as an always-already mediatised and networked confluence of representations. The final section of the volume, Visualisation of Cross-Field Research Data, reflects on the process and consequences of researching museum practice through a set of data-driven algorithm-derived data visualisation of case-study parameters and descriptions. Illustrations and imagery from internally exhibitions and presentations further communicate the examples and cases […]

MeLa RF03 Book: ‘European Crossroads: Museums, Cultural Dialogue and Interdisciplinary Networks in a Transnational Perspective’ released

This volume, produced within MeLa Research Field 03 activities and edited by Perla Innocenti, collects a series of essays, case studies and interviews exploring diverse European perspectives on interdisciplinary collaborations between cultural institutions. Twenty international scholars and practitioners from seven European countries discuss cross-domain partnerships, cultural identity and cultural dialogue, heritage for the arts and sciences, European narratives, migration and mobility, and describe real-life case studies in museums, libraries, foundations, associations and online portals.

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