The European Institute of Cultural Routes, in collaboration with the University Network for Cultural Routes Studies, is thrilled to announce the eagerly awaited second edition of the Cultural Routes Academic Workshop. Scheduled for Thursday, December 7th, 2023, this enriching event will take place in an online setting.
The event will also be attended by Marzia Liuzza, a PhD student from the University of Padua and Ca’Foscari University of Venice, who is working on a doctoral project on the tourist enhancement of the Via Querinissima.
This workshop is an occasion of showcasing a diverse array of perspectives, including theoretical insights, cutting-edge research findings, compelling case studies, and extensive academic work centered around Cultural Routes. Hailing from various disciplines and prestigious universities across Europe, contributors will delve into the multifaceted dimensions of Cultural Routes, offering attendees a comprehensive view of this rich tapestry.
The event aims to unite scholars, researchers, and students passionate about Cultural Routes studies. It’s an invaluable opportunity for participants to foster dialogue, exchange ideas, and present their research outcomes, ultimately contributing to the collective knowledge in this field.