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Nicola Alfarano

UNCHARTED D1.5 Analysis of the European historical and political experience in acknowledging and promoting the values of culture

The report questions the configurations in which European cultural policies attribute values to culture. It begins with a reflection on the meaning of value, then goes on to identify the numerous values identifiable in the history of cultural policies.

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UNCHARTED D1.4 Analysis of the influence of neo-liberalism in the configuration of the values of culture

The report considers the relationship between the centrality of neoliberal, or market-based, logics and the prioritisation of instrumental cultural values in the cultural fields of thirty European countries.

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UNCHARTED D1.3 Analysis of the influence of globalization and digitization in the configuration of the values of culture

This report provides a review of values of culture relating to cultural administration, production and participation

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UNCHARTED D1.2 Analysis of the influence of urbanisation and social and spatial segregation in cities in the configuration of the values of culture

The report takes into account the major paradigm changes in the recent urban development by focusing on the social processes of gentrification, touristification and segregation, and its consequences on urban heritage preservation.

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UNCHARTED D1.1 Analysis of the influence of gender and rising diversity in the configuration of the values of culture

This report has a double purpose. Firstly, it seeks to identify the factors that led the rising diversity and increasing gender equality in European societies in recent times. Secondly, it aims to analyze how these factors impact on the shaping of values of culture.

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The HeLLo project: applied Research of the Hygrothermal Behaviour of an Internally Insulated Historic Wall without Vapour Barrier: In Situ Measurements and Dynamic Simulations

The hygrothermal behaviour of an internally insulated historic wall is still hard to predict, mainly because the physical characteristics of the materials composing the historic wall are unknown. In this study, the hygrothermal assessment of an internally thermal insulated masonry wall of an historic palace located in Ferrara, in Italy, is shown.

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