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Creative Heritage

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Ministry of Education

Ministry of Education and Research. Recent publications: Territories—Rural-Urban Strategies (with M. Carta, M. Ferretti, B. Lino, Jovis, 2017); “Foodscapes: Architectures of Food for the Metropolis Hamburg” (with S. Hartmann, in: Food Revolution 5.0, 2017); Scenarios and Patterns for Regiobranding (with M. Ferretti, Jovis, 2018), Dynamics of Periphery (with M. Carta, M. Ferretti, B. Lino, Jovis, 2018). Emanuele Sommariva, p. 22. Architect, PhD in Urban Design from the University of Genoa. University Researcher and Lecturer at the Institute of Urban Design and Planning of Leibniz Universität Hannover, since 2012. Involved in the PRIN research project Recycle 2012–16. His research interests include landscape evolution, sustainable planning, and the relationship between agriculture and the city. He was visiting PhD scholar at Technische Universität München (TUM) in 2011. Since 2009, at the Department of Architecture and Design of the University of Genoa, he has contributed to teaching and collaborated for research projects (COST Urban Allotment EU 2012–16; EU MED 2011–13; Interreg-Maritime INNOLABS 2011). Recent publications: Creating City. Urban Agriculture. Strategies for City Resilience (LISt Lab, 2015) and “Cultivar Ciudades,” in: Ecologías Emergentes (Santiago de Chile, 2016). Sabrina Sposito, p. 68. Architect, PhD, Guest Scientist at Leibniz Universität Hannover, DAAD Research Grant for Young Academics and Scientists 2017–18. Her research focus is— from an urbanism perspective—on derelict waters, rivers, and settlements in critically urbanised contexts. Recent publication: “Strategie e tecniche di ‘drossmapping’: applicazioni nella cittá Domizio-Flegrea” (in: Gasparrini C., Terracciano A. eds., DROSSCITY. Metabolismo, resilienza e progetto di riciclo dei drosscape. Trento, ListLab, pp. 105–113). Filipe Themudo Barata, p. 5. PhD, Full Professor at the University of Évora, where he teaches seminars connected with History, Heritage and Museology. Chair holder of the UNESCO Chair “Intangible Heritage and Traditional Know-How: Linking Heritage.” Member of the scientific and pedagogic committee of the Erasmus Mundus Master TPTI Techniques, Patrimoine, Territoires de l’Industrie since 2007; member and Vice-director of the CIDEHUS Research Centre at the University of Évora; Visiting Professor at Cape Verde University; Professor with a webinar about heritage at Paris 1 Sorbonne-Panthéon University. Pro bono Manager of the Fondation Orient-Occident (Rabat, Morocco). He has lead several project teams concerning heritage, including the intangible heritage, such as Portuguese Heritage Around the World: Architecture and Urbanism. Current research projects: HPIP Heritage 126

of Portuguese Influence (hpip.org); INTEREG III B MEDOCC MEDINS; INTEREG III B MEDOCC MERCATOR; CreativeMed; Talia. Recently, Co-editor of Creative Innovation and Related Living Lab Experiences: A Mediterranean Model. Giorgia Tucci, p. 86. Architect, PhD candidate in Architecture and Design at the University of Genoa. Her research focus is on the identity of rural cities and the relationship between rural landscapes and the city itself, through territorial strategies (economic, energetic, environmental, and social), combined with new technological systems and innovative planning approaches. Bignia Wehrli, p. 44. Artist based in Berlin. Born in Uster, Switzerland. After studying Art and obtaining her “Meisterschüler” degree from the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, she spent a year at the Total Art Studio at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou (CAA) with a DAAD grant, and continued her post-graduate studies at CAA for another year in the Department of Calligraphy. Since 2015 she has been a University Researcher and teaches Art at Leibniz Universität Hannover, Faculty of Architecture and Landscape. In her artistic practice, Bignia Wehrli searches for new methods to capture ephemeral traces and to transform geographic distances. Jorge Yopasá, p. 74. Indigenous weaver, member of the research group for the Muysccubun language at National University of Columbia UNAL, Bogotá, technologist in mechatronic design. He has worked in the processes of territorial protection, cultural dissemination, and revitalization of the Muisca language. 127