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Cultural Heritage Protection – the cases of sustainable tourism and of reproduction of works of art

Cultural Heritage Protection – the cases of sustainable tourism and of reproduction of works of art

Speaker: Professor Sara Landini, University of Florence

 

The term Cultural Heritage commonly indicates the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or of the society that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and preserved for the benefit of future generations. Cultural heritage includes tangible goods (such as buildings, monuments, books, works of art, and artifacts), intangible goods (such as folklore, traditions, language, and knowledge), and natural heritage (including culturally significant landscape, environment like particular kinds of trees…).

Cultural heritage is a part of the study of human history because it provides a concrete basis for ideas, and can validate them. Its preservation demonstrates a recognition of the necessity of the past and of the things that tell its story.

Social institutions, scientific knowledge and technological applications need to use a “heritage” as a “resource”. Ethics considers that what had been inherited should not be consumed, but should be handed over, possibly enriched, for the benefit of future generations.

The exploitation of resources and economic growth may negatively impact the conservation of cultural heritage.

In this seminar Professor Sara Landini will consider some Italian examples with regard to: sustainability and mass tourism and intellectual property (for example reproductions of works of art). We will propose cases, problems, adopted solutions stimulating a debate.

About the speaker

Professor Sara Landini is Associate Professors at the University of Florence, Member of the Doctoral School of the University of Perugia, she is external reviewer of PHD candidates at University of Exeter, University of Pretoria, University of Bologna, University of Ca’ Foscari di Venezia.

She has taught in prestigious academies and universities:

  • 2007 – 2009 Professor by contract of Civil law at the University of Salerno-Faculty of Economy. Italy;
  • 2008 -2011 Professor by contract of Civil law at the University of Florence – Faculty of Economy – Italy;
  • 2008-2011 Professor by contract of Civil Law at the University of Florence – Faculty of Economy and Faculty of Engineering – Italy;
  • 2008 Professor at Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät der Universität zu Köln- Germany under the Lifelong Learning Programme/Erasmus-Teaching-Staff-Exchanges. Topic: Insurance Law;
  • 2013 Professor at the University of Oslo – Norway under Lifelong Learning Programme/Erasmus-Teaching-Staff-Exchanges. Topic: derivatives contract and insurance;
  • 2015 Visiting Professor at the University Ritsumeikan Kyoto – Japan under the agreement of cooperation between Ritsumeikan University and Florence University. Topic: fundamentals of Italian private law;
  • 2016 Professor at Elte University – Budapest – Hungary under Lifelong Learning Programme/Erasmus-Teaching-Staff-Exchanges. Topic: European Law, law and language;
  • 2017 Professor at Valencia University – Valencia – Spain Lifelong Learning Programme/Erasmus-Teaching-Staff-Exchanges. Topic: family law, international adoption;
  • 2017 Visiting Professor at Toyo University of Tokyo Japan, Topics: Cultural Herigage protection, Reform of Justice System in Italy, Insurance and Sports. She taught also in several interdisciplinary post laurea courses: University Luiss Master in Cybersecurity; LLM Luiss Law of Food.

She is P.I. of the research Network “GoinEu”, JUST-JCOO-CIVI-AG-2016 and GoinEuPlus JUST-JCOO-CIVI-AG-2017 financed by the European Commission : Partners: Elte University of Budapest, University of Valencia, Notary European Foundation, Coimbra University, Cnrs (France), AMI (Association of family law), University of Florence. She is Member of the Directors committee , Area Bank, Insurance and Financial market, of Giustizia civile.com; Member of the Directors Committee of “Insurance Science” book series, Italy; Member of the Scientific advisory board Assicurazioni review, Italy giustiziacivile.com, Italy; Member of the scientific committee on insurance intermediation CESIA, Italy; Member of the Directors Committee of Dimaf review, Italy; Member of the scientific committee on “Agromafie” Coldiretti (Italian association of farmers).

She has been part of the scientific board in the organization of national and international congresses and lately.

She is Author of 9 books and several papers published in prestigious reviews at national and international level.

CPD Points: 1

This seminar is hosted by the Sydney Institute of Criminology at The University of Sydney Law School.

 

Location: The University of Sydney Law School, COMMON ROOM, Level 4, New Law Building (F10), Eastern Avenue, Camperdown

Date

Oct 29 2019
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Time

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cost

Complimentary, however registration is essential.

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Location

Common Room, Level 4, Sydney Law School
New Law Building (F10), Eastern Avenue, The University of Sydney (Camperdown Campus)

Organizer

Professional Learning and Community Engagement
Phone
02 9351 0429
Email
law.events@sydney.edu.au
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