Mapping the commons: the evocative power of images

Commons have turned to be notorious only in recent times, but since they have timidly appeared, there has been literally an explosion of articles, studies and experiments of governance of the commons on field. When a new phenomenon is taken into consideration, usually, one of the first things to do is its analysis: of its […]

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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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