Cultural Cooperation

COOPERATING FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE CONSERVATION


Abstract


Many courses of anthropology, ethnology and archaeology in Italian Universities have set up long term research project in many countries of the world addressing the conservation and valorization of the cultural patrimony jointly with local partners in Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania. The idea of putting up this panel stemmed from an urgent need to highlight the role universities can play in carrying out activities of cultural cooperation; these are similar but different from activities of cooperation to development. The latter are mainly driven by the desire to address specific problems for their solution while the former stems from a shared interest in investigating aspects of tangible and intangible cultural patrimony within a country.


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