Public History and Cultural Heritage Management
The results of the CIRILI project will be presented at the Poster Session of the 4th International Federation of Public History (IFPH) Annual Conference – Ravenna 5-9 June 2017.
You can find more informations about the Conference as well as the program at this link : https://ifph.hypotheses.org/1271
The past facing the challenges of the present
The results of the CIRILI project stem from its multidisciplinary approach and comparison. Even if the delta territories of each of the great rivers under study has its distinct history and has followed its own evolution through time, it is from a comparison between the four delta areas that we will build a deep understanding of each case study and from which prospects of wide-ranging research are developing.
There is an increasing necessity to bring together the management of cultural and environmental heritage and the current need to transform and develop the territory. In this context we see the figure of the public historian, who carries out the function of cultural mediator between all the stakeholders of the territory.