To avoid any possible risk to participants, University of Foggia has decided to postpone the Biennale per l’Educazione al Patrimonio (BEP 2020). At the same time new dates have been decided: October 12th, 13th, 14th. We hope that all registered participants can confirm their participation. For all logistic details, including the reopening of the call for papers, more details will be communicated before this summer.
The Biennial of Heritage Education 2020 (BEP20), the first Conference of its kind in Italy, inaugurates a series of international meetings in which the global scientific community dealing with heritage education, proposes topics for reflection and future research areas.
The conference encourages both research and significant experiences, as well as technological developments and applications supporting heritage education.
CALL FOR PAPERS
View Call for papers’ section
Accepted speakers can wait September 15th to send their slides.
CALL FOR DOCTORAL THESIS
View Call for doctoral thesis’ section
Deadline for submissions:
March 01st (new date)
Save the Date 12 - 13 ottobre 2020
Università di Foggia
BEP20 in numbers
Scientific Committee, thirty-five members, organized into three sections:
Section ICOM, coordinated by Emma Nardi
Section Cultural heritage, coordinated by Giuliano Volpe
Section Heritage education, coordinated by Anna Dipace
Sixteen countries represented: Australia, Brasile, Canada, Cina, Francia, Germania, Grecia, India, Italia, Messico, Paesi Bassi, Regno Unito, Repubblica Domenicana, Stati Uniti, Turchia, Zambia
Four International institutions:
International Council of Museums (ICOM) Suay Aksoy (presidente), An Laishun e Alberto Garlandini (vicepresidenti), Emma Nardi (tesoriera), Hilda Abreu de Utermohlen, Suay Aksoy, Vinod Daniel, Eric Dorfman, Carlos Roberto Ferreira Brandão, Léontine Meijer-Van Mensch, Maria de Lourdes Monges Santos, Terry Simioti Nyambe, Regine Schulz.
Committee for Education and Cultural Action (CECA), Marie-Clarté O’Neill
Chinese Museums Association, An Laishun IndHeritage Institute, Vinod Daniel
Three Italian institutions:
MiBact, Antonio Lampis, Leandro Ventura;
Scuola del Patrimonio dei Beni Culturali, Ambientali e del Turismo, Carla Di Francesco, Martina De Luca;
ICOM Italia, Adelaide Maresca Compagna
Nine universities represented: Bari, Foggia, Illinois, Roma Tre, Modena e Reggio Emilia, Leicester, Montreal, San Paolo
Fifteen Museums: Museo dell’Acropoli, Pinacoteca di Brera e Biblioteca Braidense, Centre Pompidou, M9 Museo del Novecento, “Ettore Guatelli”, Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Parco Archeologico del Colosseo, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Taranto, Galleria Estense di Modena, Museo Nazionale del Galles, Museo del Louvre, Museo di Scienze Naturali della Carolina del Nord, Museo di Arte Contemporanea di San Paolo, Musei Civici di Reggio Emilia
Eight Work Sessions: Chairs: Pierpaolo Limone, Giuliano Volpe, Benedetto Vertecchi, Emma Nardi, Anna Dipace, Sebastiano Valerio, Floriana Conte, Isabella Loiodice
Awards: Mary Kalantzis, Bill Cope, David Anderson
The best PhD Thesis Award
Next edition: March 2022