UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI DI TORINO
International Master (Master Universitario di I livello)
CULTURAL PROPERTY PROTECTION IN CRISIS RESPONSE

 

 

The Master in "Cultural Property Protection in Crisis Response" is aimed at strengthening the international efforts and enhancing cooperation to face emerging challenges towards the protection of cultural heritage from conflicts, illicit activities, natural disasters and climate change impact, and for enhancing the social and economic recovery capacity of the affected communities.
The program is part of the activities of the UNESCO Chair on Economics of Culture and Heritage: Strategies for Protection and Development at the University of Torino.


 

THE COURSE IN BRIEF

  • International Master

  • CREDITS: 60 CFU (ECTS)

  • Keywords: CULTURAL PROPERTY PROTECTION - CULTURAL DIPLOMACY - CULTURAL HERITAGE - POST CONFLICT - POST DISASTER - ILLICIT TRAFFIC - EMERGENCY RESPONSE - HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AND PROTECTION - CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT - DISASTER RISK PREPAREDNESS, MANAGEMENT AND REDUCTION - STABILIZATION, PEACEBUILDING AND RECOVERY - GLOBAL STABILITY

  • Language: English

  • Duration: One Year

  • Assisted distance learning phase: 2nd January 2023 – 3rd February 2023

  • On campus phase: 6th February 2023 – 18th May 2023

  • Individual study and project preparation: 19th May 2023 - December 2023

STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION

Why this course

Why this course

The importance and the role of culture in crisis and post crisis scenarios has relevantly raised in the recent years, due to the emerging of new forms of conflicts and to the intensification of disasters.

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Careers

Careers

The Program aims to prepare a future generation of professionals with a multidisciplinary background and advanced expertise in the protection of cultural property in time of crisis and, more widely, in the role of culture for addressing the social and economic recovery of affected areas and communities.

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Period and Venue

Period and Venue

The Program will be held from January 2023 to December 2023. Lectures during the on campus phases in Turin will be held at the Italian Army Education and Training Command and School of Applied Military Studies (Comando per la formazione e Scuola di Applicazione dell'Esercito Italiano), Palazzo dell'Arsenale, Via Arsenale 22, Torino.

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Who can apply

Who can apply

Designed for graduates of all disciplines, the Program provides the tools to work in field operations in armed conflits or disasters scenarios and in the post conflict or post disaster recovery and reconciliation process. The minimum admission requirement is an Undergraduate degree - First cycle degree - Bachelor level degree.

Essential requirement: fluency in written and spoken English.

All activities will be in English.

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Tuition fee & scholarship

Tuition fee & scholarship

The tuition fee is of 5.000,00 Euro. Some scholarships for covering the inscription fee or part of it are available.

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Application and deadlines

Application and deadlines

Application deadline: 14th October 2022

In detail:
30th September 2022 until 15.00 CET. : Deadline for requesting Scholarships
14th October 2022 until 15.00 CET.: Deadline for submitting the application to the Course
The application is NOT binding, but it is necessary to be admtted to the selection. Applicants requiring for scholarships are kindly requested to submit in advance their application.

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Course contents

Course contents

The Program is worth a total of 60 credits (CFU - Crediti Formativi Universitari), for a total amount of 1.500 hours, divided as follows:

  • 388 hours of on-campus lectures and distance learning
  • 1112 hours of individual study and project preparation.

All activities will be in English.

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Exams and certifications

Exams and certifications

Upon successful completion of aforementioned requirements, the participants will be awarded a first level Specializing Master's Diploma in "Cultural Property Protection in Crisis Response" from the University of Turin (see the scheme of the Italian Education System).

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Scientific Committee & Faculty

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE AND FACULTY

The Program is developed thanks to the contribution of numerous experts and teachers in the fields of International Law, Economics, Politcs, Sociology, Project Management and Information Management, together with various lecturers and practitioners from International Agencies, Military Forces and NGOs.

 

 

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

  • Gianmaria Ajani, Professor, University of Turin
  • Francesca Culasso, Professor, University of Turin
  • Mauro D'Ubaldi, Major-General Commander, IT-Army Education and Training Command and School of Applied Military Studies, Turin
  • Edoardo Greppi, Professor, University of Turin – Scientific Director of the Course
  • Ugo de' Liguoro, Professor, University of Turin
  • Manlio Frigo, Professor, University of Milan
  • Marina Nuciari, Professor, University of Turin
  • Roger O'Keefe, Professor, Bocconi University, Milan
  • Cecilia Pennacini, Professor, University of Turin
  • Fausto Pocar, Professor, Honorary President of International Institute of Humanitarian Law
  • Alessio Re, Secretary General at Fondazione Santagata for the Economics of Culture
  • Roberto Riccardi, Brigadier-General Commander, Carabinieri Command for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, Rome
  • Giovanna Segre, Deputy Director of the Master and Professor, University of Turin

 

 

EXECUTIVE ADVISER

  • Alessio Re, Secretary General at Fondazione Santagata for the Economics of Culture

 

 

FACULTY AND CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Stefania Abakerli, World Bank, Washington
  • Luca Anselma, Professor, University of Turin
  • Francesco Bandarin, Special Advisor to the Director-General of ICCROM
  • Giulio Bartolini, Professor, University of Roma Tre
  • Enrico Bertacchini, Professor, University of Turin
  • Gianluca Beruto, Assistant to the Secretary General at IIHL, Sanremo
  • Alessandro Bianchi, Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage (MiBAC)
  • Giovanni Boccardi, UNESCO World Heritage Centre
  • Paola Borrione, Head of Research, Fondazione Santagata for the Economics of Culture, Turin
  • Giacomo Bosisio, OSCE, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
  • Paola Buscaglia, Centro Conservazione e Restauro “La Venaria Reale”
  • Barbara Caranza, Chief ONLUS “Cultural Heritage International Emergency Force”
  • Massimo Carcione, Piedmont Region, Centro di Documentazione della Benedicta
  • Nicola Casagli, UNESCO Chair on prevention and sustainable management of geo-hydrological hazards, University of Florence
  • Corrado Catesi, Colonel, Co-ordinator Works fo Art Unit of INTERPOL General Secretariat
  • Sergio Conti, Professor, University of Turin
  • Jennifer Crakow, Digital Cultural Heritage Consultant
  • Diego D’Elia, Lieutenant-Colonel, Carabinieri - COESPU
  • Mark Daker, Lieutenant-Colonel, Director of the Military Department at IIHL, Sanremo
  • Silvana Dalmazzone, Professor, University of Turin
  • Stefano De Martino, Professor, University of Turin
  • Francesco De Santis, Multinational CIMIC Group, Italian Army
  • Karl Edlinger, Brigadier-General, Austrian Armed Forces
  • Vittorio Falletti, Professor, Accademia delle Belle Arti of Turin
  • Paolo Giorgio Ferri, International Expert in Cultural Goods and Legal Advisor for the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage
  • Juliana Forero, Ministry of Culture of Colombia, Cultural Heritage Office
  • Francesco Francioni, European University Institute, Fiesole
  • Martha Friel, Programme Manager, Fondazione Santagata for the Economics of Culture, Milan
  • Manlio Frigo, Professor, University of Milan
  • Vito Frontuto, Professor, University of Turin
  • Gilberto Gagnone, Major, Post-Conflict Operation Study Centre, Italian Army
  • Edoardo Greppi, Professor, University of Turin
  • Maria Teresa Jaquinta, ICCROM, Rome
  • Peter Keller, Director-General, ICOM
  • Sara Lagi, Professor, University of Turin
  • Federico Lenzerini, Professor, University of Siena
  • Elena Leoni,  Italian Army Reserve Officer as CPP Subject Matter Expert
  • Carlo Lippolis, Professor, University of Turin
  • Vincenzo Lombardo, Professor, University of Turin
  • Vittorio Mainetti, Professor, University of Milan
  • Gianluca Mascherano, Lieutenant-Colonel, Post-Conflict Operations Study Centre, Italian Army
  • Paolo Mazzuferi, Lieutenant-Colonel, Post-Conflict Operations Study Centre Centre, Italian Army
  • Silvio Mele, Carabinieri Command for the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • Tommaso Natoli, Professor, University of Roma Tre
  • Webber Ndoro, Director-General, ICCROM, Rome
  • Marina Nuciari, Professor, University of Turin
  • Roger O'Keefe, Professor, Bocconi University Milan
  • Federica Olivares, Professor, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan
  • Fabrizio Parrulli, Brigadier-General Commander, Carabinieri Command for the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • Fabio Perossini, Kpeople ltd.
  • Alessandra Peruzzetto, World Monuments Fund
  • Laura Pineschi, Professor, University of Parma
  • Edouard Planche, UNESCO Regional Advisor
  • Renato Raggi, Colonel, Carabinieri - CoESPU
  • Alessio Re, Secretary-General, Fondazione Santagata for the Economics of Culture, Turin
  • Francesca Ricciardi, Professor, University of Turin
  • Frederik Rosén, Nordic Center Cultural Heritage and Armed Conflict - CHAC
  • Carlo Hruby, Enzo Hruby Foundation
  • Arianna Scarcella, Centro Conservazione e Restauro “La Venaria Reale”
  • Marina Schneider, UNIDROIT - International Institute for the Unification of Private Law
  • Tullio Scovazzi, Professor, University of Milano-Bicocca
  • Giovanna Segre, Professor, University of Turin
  • Cecilie Smith Christensen, UNESCO advisor
  • Andrea Spagnolo, Professor, University of Turin
  • Alessia Strozzi, ICCROM, Rome
  • Aparna Tandon, ICCROM, Rome
  • Laura Tedesco, Cultural Heritage Program Manager, U.S. Department of State
  • Jane Thompson, Herculaneum Conservation Project

 

 

ITALIAN ARMY EDUCATION AND TRAINING COMMAND AND SCHOOL OF APPLIED MILITARY STUDIES - STAFF

  • Enrico Spinello, Lieutenant-Colonel, Italian Army
  • Yuri Pardi, Lieutenant-Colonel, Italian Army
  • Pasquale (Paco) Vinci, Major, Italian Army

 

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Testimonies

 Testimonies

Here below find some testimonies about the course by former Master's participants.

 

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Partners

Partners and Collaborations

The Program is organized by the Interdepartmental University School for Strategic Sciences (SUISS) of the University of Turin, in collaboration with several partners.

 

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Press Release

 

 Press Release

Read below some articles about the Program.

 

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