Piazza Vittorio Cricket Club: when sport helps social inclusion

What we are going to write about today is a bit out of our standards, but it is a news worth spreading. We are going to talk about a crowdfunding campaign for a documentary, a very particular one which is based on a true story set in Rome. I will start by saying that “IT’S […]

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Intangible Cultural Heritage: Protection and Valorization

MEETING MINUTES 9TH MAY 2014 Katia Ballacchino, professor and anthropologist held the meeting about the theme of Intangible Cultural Heritage and Community. Specifically, an attempt was made to discuss ‘an anthropological analysis of the recent conventions starting from ethnographic case studies – a research methodology that provides technological activity by the individual’. This analysis passes through […]

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