HUMAN HERITAGE AND CULTURAL LANDSCAPE. CONTEMPORARY DECLINATIONS

SILVA CESAR AUGUSTO VELANDIA (Editor), OLIMPIA NIGLIO (Editor), NORIKO INOUE (Editor)

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Resumen

The 1992 UNESCO Convention is an important legal reference for the knowledge and
enhancement of cultural landscapes that represent a heritage in which nature bears the marks
of man’s work and tells its history, experiences, memories, and meanings. These landscapes
describe the evolution of human society and the transformations achieved over time that have
then conditioned the development of the territories.
The rapid social and economic changes that we are witnessing in recent decades have led to
radical but also violent transformations of the territory, making clear the need to return to
reflect on the value of the landscape, of identities but mainly on the value of human heritage
which must re-establish a proper dialogue with nature and with others. It is important to think
again about the value of all landscapes because they represent the space in which man operates
daily.
The challenge of this project on Cultural Landscapes is to try to use at the same time a scientific
and humanistic approach in which the method of study can allow to carry out excellent
cataloging, to analyze the traces of the relationships between nature and man, to find new
theories and methods of knowledge aimed at enhancing this complex cultural heritage, an
important resource for the future sustainability of the world.
Attention will be devoted to the more contemporary variations that see the cultural landscape
dialogue with the design of places of knowledge. The cultural landscape defines, in fact, the
characteristics of the relationships that man establishes and builds in the context in which he
lives. The cultural landscape is the mirror of the traditions.

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Scholars and researchers from all over the world are invited to submit contributions to one of
the following three categories, paying particular attention to the value of human heritage.
1. Built landscapes (e.g. cities and their details: parks, gardens)
2. Organically created landscapes (e.g.: archaeological sites, agricultural areas)
3. Associative cultural landscapes (e.g.: sacred, natural and built places)
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Lugar de publicaciónITALIA
EditorialESEMPI DI ARCHITETTURA
Volumen8
Edición1
EstadoEn curso - 2021

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    CESAR AUGUSTO VELANDIA, SILVA., NIGLIO, OLIMPIA., & INOUE, NORIKO. (Eds.) (2021). HUMAN HERITAGE AND CULTURAL LANDSCAPE. CONTEMPORARY DECLINATIONS. (1 ed.) ESEMPI DI ARCHITETTURA.