We are pleased to announce the call for abstract for the XVI International Forum ‘Le Vie dei Mercanti’, titled ‘WORLD HERITAGE AND KNOWLEDGE. ‘Representation, Restoration, Redesign, Resilience’ to be held in Naples and Capri (Italy) on June from 14th to 16th, 2018: www.leviedeimercanti.it
We invite the submission of abstracts for oral or paper presentations for consideration by the standing Scientific Committee.The deadline for submission of abstracts is January 22th, 2018.The most interesting 30 papers selected by the Scientific Committee, will be published in a special double number of ‘Dwelling on Earth’, A Class international magazine.Best regards. The general chair, prof. Carmine Gambardella UNESCO Chair on Landscape, Cultural Heritage and Territorial Governance The Scientific and Organizing Committees Info: email@example.com
Organizer: BENECON (consortium of five Italian Universities: University of Campania ‘Luigi Vanvitelli’, Pegaso University, University of Naples ‘Federico II’, University of Salerno, University of Sannio), UNESCO Chair on Landscape, Cultural Heritage and Territorial Governance. ISI Web of Science: indexing of the 2012 proceedings (X Forum), 2013 (XI Forum), 2014 (XII Forum), 2015 (XIII Forum), 2016 (XIV Forum), 2017(XV Forum under evaluation). .Registration: At least one author of an accepted paper must register at the full rate (450 Euro) before May 7th 2018. The full rate includes participation in the conference for one person, and: one copy of the Conference Proceedings (book and CD-ROM), one conference bag, coffee-breaks, lunches, one Gala Dinner.There is a reduced rate of 305 Euro for the only inscription, without participating at the Forum.Topics: Heritage – Tangible and intangible dimensions – History – Culture – Collective Identity – Memory – Documentation – Management – Communication for Cultural Heritage – Architecture – Surveying – Representation – Modelling – Data Integration – Technology Platforms – Analysis – Diagnosis and Monitoring Techniques – Conservation – Restoration – Protection – Safety – Resilience Transformation Projects – Technologies – Materials – Cultural landscapes – Territorial Surveying – Landscape Projects – Environmental Monitoring – Government of the Territory – Sustainable Development Report of the XV Forum: 550 authors, 300 papers accepted coming from 30 Countries: Albania, Benin, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, California, Chile, China, Cyprus, Cuba, Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kosovo, Malta, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Tunisia, Texas, Turkey.