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Cultural Heritage

Una Europa embraces an inclusive and holistic understanding of Cultural Heritage.

As an interdisciplinary research area, Cultural Heritage contributes to understanding identities promoting cohesion in communities disrupted by change and economic instability.

Our approach to cultural heritage includes all artefacts and mentifacts to which a society attributes a value at a given moment in its history, in the context of projects that are important for the present and future of that society.

The term ‘cultural’ thus refers to the relationship of value that society attributes to these elements, whether tangible or intangible, shaped by man or nature.

This also includes digital cultural heritage, which plays a crucial role in ensuring the preservation, accessibility, and dissemination of a wide range of cultural and historical materials, artefacts, documents, artworks, and more.

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Interested in this Focus Area? Please contact the following academics for more information: