TRAVELSCAPES – « Landscape perception and unknown environments exploration »

Compte-rendu du séminaire du 2 juin 2016

Par Cristina Corsi (University of Cassino), résidente IMéRA-LabexMed 2015-2016

TRAVELSCAPES – Landscape perception and unknown environments exploration: New perspectives into Classical and Medieval journey

The workshop “Travelscapes” offered a programme that assembled experts from a broad range of disciplines, including archaeologists, geographers, cultural anthropologists, architects, sociologists, historians and experts of travel literature. It was indeed designed to implement the interdisciplinary approach that was the ‘pillar’ of the project that Cristina Corsi submitted at IMéRA. This interdisciplinary approach aimed also at fulfilling the main mission of the institution that fostered the project. Continuer la lecture de « TRAVELSCAPES – « Landscape perception and unknown environments exploration » »