Mobility and Heritage in the Mediterranean : Tracing past routes, engaging in present challenges, imagining possible futures
Date de début : 9 Septembre 2020 09:00
Date de fin : 17 Septembre 2020 17:00
Lieu : La Valletta | Malte
Organisé par :
Source de l'information :
Cultural heritage is commonly thought as a product of the longstanding link between people and their own territory. The Mediterranean is one of the most significant areas where we can observe this phenomenon. Here the constant movement of tourists and migrants across both sides of the sea in the last decades has been producing several (un)expected encounters. On the beaches of Lesvos and Kos as in the ethnic neighbourhoods of Marseille and Barcelona, in the "Sea Memory Museum" of Zarzis as at "Porto M" of Lampedusa, the clear-cut border between tourism and migration is contested and vanished. In order to follow the paths of this "heritage on the move" we can combine different fields of studies and manage a variety of approaches, ranging from engagement in theoretical debate to application of our skills in innovative projects. Developing the approach successfully tested during the first edition of the program in 2019 , the main aim of the second edition of the Summer School will be to improve the knowledge of the participants in the anthropology of mobility and heritage and their capacity to develop a fruitful cooperation with private and public agencies. The Summer School will be divided in sets of lessons and activities including analysis of theoretical and methodological tools; presentation of case studies with an ethnographic approach; visits to specific places and institutions engaged in migration and tourism in Malta.
Tourism-led migration and Migration-led tourism Roots tourism/Diaspora tourism Ethnic neighbourhoods as places of leisure and consumption Everyday multiculturalism Responsible and ethic tourism Applied/Public anthropology Border studies The program includes a workshop to design a pilot "intercultural walking tour" in Malta related to the "MIGRANTOUR Project"
Informations pratiques :
PROGRAM COORDINATOR Prof. Francesco Vietti
LOCATION La Valletta, Malta
APPLICATION DEADLINE 10th April 2020
TARGET AUDIENCE The summer school is open to students from any background as well as to professionals working in the field of tourism, migration and heritage.
JOINT SUMMER PROGRAM WITH University of Malta
PROGRAM DURATION 9 Days
DATES 9-17 September 2020
TUITION € 490