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Sentence comprehension in indigenous heritage speakers' communities compared to mainland baseline
Sara Andreetta, Matic Pavlič, Penka Stateva, Arthur Stepanov, 2023, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: sentence comprehension, heritage speakers, bilingualism, Slovenian, Italian
Published in RUNG: 03.10.2023; Views: 532; Downloads: 5
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The Slovenian minority in Italy: investigating phonetic transfer across different gradients of bilingualism
Sara Andreetta, invited lecture at foreign university

Keywords: bilingualism, phonetics, heritage languages, minority languages, Slovenian community
Published in RUNG: 01.09.2022; Views: 1022; Downloads: 0
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L'uso della tradizione : linee guida per la manutenzione degli edifici tradizionali tra Italia e Slovenia
2016, dictionary, encyclopaedia, lexicon, manual, atlas, map

Abstract: The publication is thinking about the importance of carrying out proper manintenance in traditional built heritage, with a focus on the border area between Italy and Slovenia
Keywords: traditional heritage, built environment, cultural landscape, preservation, maintenance, conservation
Published in RUNG: 22.06.2021; Views: 2091; Downloads: 0

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URBiNAT, Heritage and Circular Economy
Acri Marco, Dobričić Saša, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: The presentation is showing the origin of the concept of the cultural corridor in Rijeka in the CLIC project as originated from the URBiNAT project
Keywords: Cultural Corridor, Healthy Corridor, Circular Eocnomy, Adaptive Reuse, Cultural Heritage, Historic Urban Landscape, Built Environment, urban regeneraiton, heritage conservation, heritage valorisaiton, Common Goods, Sustainable Heritage
Published in RUNG: 22.06.2021; Views: 2000; Downloads: 0
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Data colonialism : highlighting socioeconomic disparity of indigenous people
2020, radio or television broadcast, podcast, interview, press conference

Keywords: data sets, indigenous, heritage, ancestry, data ownership, artistic research, intermedia, identity, data science, coding
Published in RUNG: 25.02.2021; Views: 2021; Downloads: 19
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The Future of Film: Appropriation rather than Preservation
Eszter Polonyi, unpublished conference contribution

Keywords: film studies, art history, library and data science, archive theory, contemporary art, intangible heritage, cultural heritage
Published in RUNG: 11.12.2020; Views: 2471; Downloads: 0
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The Circular Economy in Adaptive Reuse: Respecting Authenticity and Integrity
Marco Acri, Saša Dobričić, Jukka Jokilehto, 2019, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: One of the main topics of discussion and research at present in the building sector is related to the principles of circular economy in a new global scenario of resilience and sustainability. Given that most of European urban areas and landscapes are considered as cultural, it derives that the circular economy should be also applied to the actions and processes of conservation and valorisation, giving thus new emphasis on the concept of adaptive reuse. Thus, it is not merely an issue of retrofitting historic buildings to respond to energy efficiency parameters, or to adapt them for the climate change threats, but much more: it is about rethinking adaptive reuse of cultural heritage (adaptive in both directions) within and overall sustainable process which intakes reflections on materials, techniques, technologies, praxes, but also policies, businesses, management and governance. This is the effort of the CLIC project, Circular Models leveraging investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse, in the Horizon2020 research framework, where the University of Nova Gorica is a partner. This new approach in a global market economy perspective is strongly looking backwards to the traditional building site mechanisms, techniques and procedures, as matured in logistic and technological constraints. In history though, prior of the enforcing of the conservation theory principles, the aspects of authenticity and integrity were not a reference for the builders as the materials and the technologies were usual, repetitive for centuries, while today they are essential criteria for conservation and reuse. But what does it mean today looking at circular models in adaptive reuse? Adaptive reuse refers to the need to adapt cultural heritage to new needs and uses, but circularity ask also to adapt to the cultural heritage peculiarities and fragilities. May this mean we have an additional ally for the preservation of the integrity and the authenticity, as well as for a new wave in preservation of objects, urban and cultural landscapes?
Keywords: Circular Economy, Heritage Adaptive Reuse, Conservation Theory, Authenticity and Integrity of Cultural Heritage, Historic Urban Landscape
Published in RUNG: 16.01.2020; Views: 3584; Downloads: 0
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The Circular Character of Building Tradition: Which Challenges for the HUL Approach
Marco Acri, Saša Dobričić, Jukka Jokilehto, 2019, published scientific conference contribution

Keywords: Circular Economy, Heritage, Adaptive Reuse HUL, Tradition, Urban Conservation, Heritage Preservation, Heritage Conservation
Published in RUNG: 14.01.2020; Views: 3036; Downloads: 0
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Urban Conservation System in China and Its Improvement by Using Historic Urban Landscape Approach
Chen Shujie, 2018, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: In the last few decades, the Modern Conservation Movement has developed from European-limited practices into a global movement with universal common views and practical measures for managing heritage resources in different cultural contexts. As an innovative idea of this movement, the Historic Urban Landscape approach aims to protect and manage historic urban environments with respect to both the fundamental principles in the international doctrines and the local social/cultural/historical contexts. It recommends local authorities to use the HUL toolkit to identify, conserve and manage the overall landscape of their historic cities. In the case of China, who is an old civilization, a modern nation and a socialist country at the same time, the conservation practice needs to follow the basic and common conservation principles in the international doctrines, and meanwhile, it shall make its initiatives based on the actual social, cultural and political situations. The establishment of Historically and Culturally Famous City (HCF City in short) system is a positive attempt for such a purpose. The system manages various urban elements relating to the city’s historical and cultural features under a comprehensive notion of HCF City. However, the system is not prefect because it depends excessively on the top-down management of local governments, and also because it overlooks the spatial and spiritual relationships among the protected elements... The thesis provides a big picture of architectural and urban conservation practices in China. It introduces the forming process and the characteristics of historic urban fabric, as well as the history of urban conservation. Then, it takes a deep look at the existing HCF City system, including its basic ideas, structures and mechanism. It analyses the system’s initiatives and deficiencies. Finally, it provides feasible advices to improve the current system by using the HUL toolkit.
Keywords: Urban, History, Heritage, Conservation, Management International Principles, Modern Conservation Movement, Globalization, Localization Historic Urban Area, Historically and Culturally Famous Cities, Conservation System, Historic Urban Landscape Chinese Architecture, Chinese Urban Planning, Conservation History, Policy
Published in RUNG: 11.02.2019; Views: 3896; Downloads: 48
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