“Where Disciplines Meet”
This online lecture series is part of the programme of UNISCAPE’s Year of Landscape 2020-21 launched in October to mark the 20th Anniversary of the European Landscape Convention. The series does more than simply reflect the depth and diversity of expertise and research activity across the UNISCAPE network, it harnesses this experience into a Europe-wide didactic platform.
While there really is no substitute for in situ and on-site learning and interaction, we have witnessed recently that people from around the world can share their knowledge and experience in virtual classrooms. This series is aimed at researchers and students alike, and in this spirit gathers under one roof established and early-career academics on topics ranging from theory to practice. All of the speakers come at their topics from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Landscape draws us all together. It is where the disciplines meet because it is where everything and everyone meets!
Welcome to the UNISCAPE classroom!
02 February 17:30 (CET)
Landscape as a common good: wellbeing and the historic environment
Claire Nolan (National University of Ireland Galway)
LECTURE RECORDING AVAILABLE
02 March 17:30 (CET)
Landscape and the New Mobility Paradigm
Margherita Cisani (Università degli Studi di Padova)
30 March 17:30 (CET)
Hidden landscapes, or Underground built heritage as an opportunity for territorial regeneration. The European case of the Three Countries Park (BE-NL-DE)
Chiara Caravello (Université de Liège)
04 May 17:30 (CET)
Agroforestry, energy plantations and landscape management: land use, biodiversity, and wildlife habitats
Sándor Némethy (University of Pécs; University of Gothenberg); László Szemethy (University of Pécs)
Urban landscape in the post socialist epoch
Denis Ambruš (University of Rijeka)
1 June 17:30 (CET)
Landscape-based Ecomuseums – conservation of landscape heritage through community participation and green circular economy
Bosse Largerqvist (University of Gothenberg); Sándor Némethy (University of Pécs; University of Gothenberg)
14 September 17:30 (CET)
The Architects’ sense for the landscape
Renato Bocchi (Università Iuav di Venezia)
Water as Resource and Heritage between City and Landscape
Margherita Vanore (Università Iuav di Venezia)
All lectures will be given on Zoom platform (links on the event). Participation is free.
Conor Newman (NUI Galway)- coordinator
Tessa Matteini (Università degli Studi di Firenze)