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PRAEDIA. Pompeii Residential Architecture - Environmental, Digital, Interdisciplinary Archive

 

The goal of the summer school is to provide the participants with a broad overview of current strategies for the study of Roman housing, gardens and urban landscapes. Fundamental questions are: Which methods for the collection of data contribute to the scientific reconstruction of built environments? Which technologies for the visualization of data allow to retrieve the sensory dimension of urban landscapes? How can archaeological data be accessible to the specialists of other disciplines involved in the research, conservation, and management of built heritage? Which tools are expedient to the sharing of data with a view to sustainable preservation? Pompeii provides an ideal case in point, thanks to the unparalleled availability of contextual archaeological data, as well as the centuries-long history of exploration, research, and restorations. In particular, the Summer School focuses on one specific case study: the architectural complex known as Praedia of Iulia Felix at Pompeii. Work on site includes survey of the extant structures, archival research, and possibly limited excavations in the garden area. Activities include: (1) classes on Roman art and architecture, current methods for archaeological research, the study of artefacts and archaeological materials, the history of the discipline, history of restoration, the collection, visualisation and interrogation of archaeological data in immersive virtual environments; (2) archaeological fieldwork in the Praedia of Iulia Felix; (3) guided tours of neighbouring sites and museums such as Herculaneum, Stabiae, Oplontis, Naples (National Archaeological Museum), Paestum.

Aim

The PRAEDIA Summer School encourages participants to develop a theoretically aware approach to the collection of data and the study of archaeological materials. The Summer School intends to make the participants aware of the tools, methods, techniques required to create and share knowledge in the field of Classical Archaeology.

Who can apply

Advanced undergraduate students, graduate students (Classics, Classical Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Restoration and Conservation)

Language

English

Program Intensity

Full-Time

Admission requirement

 General knowledge of the main facts and events in Roman history. General knowledge of the geography of the ancient and modern Mediterranean region

Required documents

• Identity Document (*PASSPORT in case you are a foreign student*)

Enrolment Form (the Enrolment Form is available HERE. You are due to fill in the form and SIGN IT TWICE in both areas marked “Sign here”, as it is stated in the document; you will upload it on the portal when required)

• Curriculum Vitae

•Certified English CEFR B1 or above

ECTS

6

Fees

1.800 Euro
(fees 1.000, accommodation 800)

Bank transfer to the following account:

Università di Pisa

Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere
Banca di Pisa e Fornacette- Credito Cooperativo S.c.p.A.

IBAN: IT22Y0856270910000011156494

BIC/SWIFT CODE BCCFIT33

Fundings

Please write to the coordinator for further details.

Period

01-19 July 2019

Application Deadline

30 April 2019

Coordinator

Prof. Anna Anguissola

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Further info

Direzione Ricerca e Internazionalizzazione
Unità Cooperazione Internazionale
Lungarno Pacinotti, 44 56126 Pisa



 

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