The role of cultural heritage for the sustainable development of the Danube Region, Gorizia 14th-23rd March 2015

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Fermeglia Maurizio

Foreword

Sartori Roberto

Foreword

Sekeruš Pavle

Introduction

Dogo Marco

War, colonization and trade in the Danube basin in the modern era: some sustainability-related issues

Winiwarter Verena

The role of cultural heritage for the sustainable development of the Danube Region

Radišić Mladen, Hiršenberger Helena

Building project ideas during the DIAnet International School

Barberis Rami Matías Ezequiel, Berić Dejan, Mátai Anikó, Opriş Lavinia-Ioana, Ricci Giulia, Rustja Dritan

Tisza, Transmission and Innovation: An Innovative Bottom-up Model for Transmission and Promotion of Tisza Cultural Heritage

Falchi Laura, Habibi Shahryar, Markelj Miha, Szabad Boglárka, Zuena Martina

Interactive Learning Method of Cultural Heritage for Europeanization in the Danube Region – ILMECH

Ádám János Imre, Cerovac Ivan, Gajinov Tamara, Kalina Veronika, Paris Laura, Zwitter Žiga

Science cafés for a sustainable future. Transdisciplinary communication to understand the impacts of climate change on cultural heritage in the Danube River Basin

Codromaz Federica, Constantin Anita, Jakominić Marot Nataša, Jovičić Ana, Nádasy László Zoltán, Vitas Igor

ArchaeoGates Danube River Submerged Heritage Scanning and Data-base

Hrubalová Lucia, Innocenti Dario, Kopliku Bresena, Lončar Sanja, Potra Alexandra-Camelia, Valánszki István

Valorization of Wood Cultural Heritage (WCH) for Sustainable Future in Danube Region

Árgyelán Tímea, Beccalli Chiara, Bertuzzi Stefano, Gueorguiev Tzvetelin, Szalánczi József Krisztián, Ternényová Viola||Tralić Dijana

Former Socialist Countries Open their Past to Europe (SCOPE)

Montagnari Kokelj Manuela

Conclusions

Brumat Stefano

Concluding remarks on the DIAnet International School project

News

The 2015 DIAnet International School (DIS) was the last of three editions and was held in Gorizia (Italy) in March 2015. The project cycle of the DIAnet schools on sustainable development in the Danube Region has finally concluded with this edition on the “Role of Cultural Heritage”, a thematic issue which has been addressed with an interdisciplinary approach. Ten countries of the Danube region were represented by 39 participants from 16 Universities. During the School, training was ensured through a blend of lectures, excursions and project group work. The Welcome Ceremony opened with the address by the Rector of the University of Trieste, followed by the Deputy-Mayor of Gorizia. These Proceedings include the presentations on “War, colonization and trade in the Danube Basin in the modern era: some sustainabilityrelated issues” by Prof. Marco Dogo, the School Director, and “The Role of Cultural Heritage in the Danube River Basin” by Prof. Verena Winiwarter, the Danube:Future Project Coordinator. Six project ideas were drafted by the School participants with the assistance of two facilitators from the University of Novi Sad, the leading partner. A final evaluation of the event by Prof. Manuela Montagnari, the School Deputy-Director, can be found at the end of this book as well as some final considerations concerning the results and achievements of the three-year project. The DIAnet International School is part of the Capacity Building Module of Danube:Future – A sustainable future for the Danube River Basin as a challenge for interdisciplinary humanities, a Flagship project of EUSDR PA7 – Knowledge Society.

Stefano Brumat He is the Project Administrator of the Danube:Future project and organizer of the DIAnet International Schools. Since 2009, he works at the University of Trieste where he currently attends to the development and management of EU-financed regional and transnational projects.

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