Winter School 2020

The second Winter School sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures focuses on cultural heritage.

This theme is explored along the lines traced by the definition provided by UNESCO, that is to say both as a product and a process that constitute the cultural capital of contemporary societies. Cultural heritage is inherited from the past, it is re-created and preserved in the present for the benefit of future generations. It includes intangible as well as heritage, together with forms of representation and identities.

Cultural heritage has lately become central to universities and society as a whole. Research work, initiatives and policies have played an active role in defending and promoting cultural diversity and peaceful dialogue between different people and generations with the aim to achieve a creative and sustainable social, cultural and economic development.
This Winter School is part of the events of the DIVE-IN Project Diversity and Inclusion

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