The modern rione of Testaccio is an urban landscape in flux, which poses major challenges to its built heritage. How can the tensions between heritage management and urban renewal be resolved? Can heritage contribute to sustainable social and economic development? These are research questions in the project 'Challenging Testaccio. Urban Landscape History of a Roman Rione'.
The Zuiderzee works have grown into an important icon of national identity and of the Dutch water management history. New inhabitants built a new livelihood in the polders, where community and landscape gradually fused into one distinctive region with its own history, identity and potential for development. The aim of the research programme is to further reinforce the coherence and applicability of the scientific research into the history, development and heritage of the IJsselmeer region.
- CLUE+ summer school re-designs the Imperial Fora of Rome
- CLUE+ collaboration with Herity International formalized
- Launch of public tours along Dutch slavery heritage in New York State
- International Journal of Philosophy and Theology on Religious Diversity: Philosophical Perspectives
- Museumbeurs for Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (Jelle Bouwhuis) / Vrije University Art History Department (Katja Kwastek)
- Creative Europe Modern Movement Women (MoMoWo), 2016-2018