History, Art and Cultural Heritages in a sustainable economy

The CNR-IRCrES research activity on history, art and tangible and intangible cultural heritage touches the objectives of the UN 2030 agenda. This asset relies on innovative strategies in terms of technical development, such as digital improvements and data analysis techniques, and on the perspective of sustainable growth.

Researchers’ work is mainly focused on History, Art and Anthropology: they conduct their studies on historical documents, events, testimonies and families and institutional archives. They identify cultural themes which have a strong social impact and are used to deepen them in collaboration with other institutions’ scholars. They examine these topics by means of history, economy, cultural anthropology, statistics, linguistics and literary critical tools, since they trust that an interdisciplinary approach improves interpretation skills and impact abilities.

The research activity also contributes to the description of complex phenomena, such as the individual-collectivity-territory relationship and to the representation of individual and social perception.


Research Staff

Grazia Biorci, Antonella Emina, Giovanni Ghiglione, Edoardo Lorenzetti, Maurizio Lupo, Isabella Maria Zoppi

Associated Research Staff

Luca Lobasso

Keywords

Humanities, Cultural Heritages, Sustainable Growth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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