Teaching

2020

Visiting professor of Heritage Studies and ICT, Università di Bergamo, November-December 2020.

2019

Visiting professor of Heritage Management, Università di Bergamo, November-December 2019. Description of the course on the website of the Università di Bergamo.

Slides on google drive.

  • Assignment and Oral exam. A personal research focusing on a specific territory. The research includes cultural mapping and as-­is analysis, critical analysis and a personal proposal. Around 20-­30 slides; maximum 7500 words. Oral exam based on the bibliography.
  • 01. Introduction to the course and description of the assignment. The concept of heritage and mapping a territory. Presentations.
  • 02. Heritage. Identification of the site/object, Research and classification, Policy settings, Conservation, Renovation, Regeneration, Preservation, Restoration and Interpretation. Presentation by Sanja Iguman.
  • 03. Territory and structure of a proposal. Heritage and territorial development. The project system: context analysis, keywords, objectives, activities, expected results, budget and calendar.
  • 04. Stakeholders, legislation, copyright, copyleft and attribution. The Cross-national institutions (UNESCO, ICOMOS, European Commission), the role of the public administrations and the institutions (associations, trusts, commissions) responsible for promoting and managing “heritage (tourism) activities”. The role of legislation, copyright, copyleft and freedom of panorama in cultural heritage management. How to attribute and how to use and release content.
  • 05. Activities – Interpretations and initiatives. Current projects, communication, Wikipedia.
  • 06. Activities – Services and accessibility.
  • 07. Target groups. The relationship with visitors and the role of interpretation and programs.
  • 08. Analysis. Strengths and Weaknesses. Critical assessment of the as-is analysis. Threats and Opportunities. Strategic use of resources and new strategies. The political and ideological implications of heritage. Ideas and authenticity. The concepts of authenticity, staged authenticity, as presented in artistic and creative practice. The system of concentric circles to map territories and content.Critical analysis of case studies.
  • 09. Projects – How to present them, graphic design, coherence, clarity. Budget.
  • 10. Projects – Case studies.

Bibliography
D.J.Timothy, S.Boyd, Heritage Tourism, Prentice Hall, 2003, pp. 286.
1 book at choice:

    • F. Tilden, Interpreting Our Heritage, The University of South Carolina Press, 1972.
    • Engaging Heritage, Engaging Communities, Edited by Bryony Onciul, Michelle L. Stefano, Stephanie Hawke, Boydell Press, 2017.

Tools

2018

Visiting professor of Heritage Management, Università di Bergamo, November-December 2018. Slides on google drive. Previous personal researches.

Bibliography
D.J.Timothy, S.Boyd, Heritage Tourism, Prentice Hall, 2003, pp. 286.
1 book at choice:

    • F. Tilden, Interpreting Our Heritage, The University of South Carolina Press, 1972.
    • Engaging Heritage, Engaging Communities, Edited by Bryony Onciul, Michelle L. Stefano, Stephanie Hawke, Boydell Press, 2017.

2017

Visiting professor of Heritage Management, Università di Bergamo, November-December 2017.

2007-2011

Professor of Art Economy, NABA Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano, October 2007- June 2011.

2012

Training Course for Wikipedians in Residence (Corso per Wikipediani in residenza), promoted by lettera27 Foundation in collaboration with Wikimedia Italia, March-May 2012. Training course curated by Remulazz; scientific director Iolanda Pensa. Presentation (it and en) with links to the slides (it)Program.

2008

African Style, Introduction to Fashion Design, NABA Summer School – Fashion, 30/06-03/07/2008.

Certifications
Corso introduttivo alla formazione terziaria universitaria, attestato, SUSPI, 2017.