During the 23rd Mediterranean Exchange of Archaeological Tourism, the “Antonella Fiammenghi Award” will be assigned to the college students who have written thesis on the “Mediterranean Exchange of Archaeological Tourism” or “Archaeological Tourism”.
The award, established in 2007 in memory of the Director of the Archaeological Park of Velia Antonella Fiammenghi, is a tribute to those who disclose Archaeological Tourism and the Mediterranean Exchange through the university commitment.
Furthermore, in collaboration with the monthly ArcheoNews, the winning thesis will be published by AMG Press.
In 2019, the Award has been assigned to:
Martina De Giuseppe, graduate of the Degree Course in Archeology of Sapienza University of Rome for the degree thesis “Public Archeology: paths of museum display and use of archaeological areas”.
In 2018, the Award has been assigned to:
Alessia D’Onofrio, graduate of the MA Course in Archeology and Methodology of Historical – Archaeological Research of the University of Rome Tre for the thesis “Il Patrimonio Culturale Sommerso come espressione della Cultura Universale. Analisi dei ritrovamenti archeologici nelle aree marine protette italiane”.
In 2017, the Award has been assigned to:
Chiara Vitaloni, graduate of the MA in Quaternary, Prehistory and Archaeology of the Università di Ferrara for the thesis “Nuovi sviluppi dell’archeologia computazionale finalizzati alla programmazione di un’applicazione Android per scopi divulgativi” (“New developments of computational archaeology for the programming of an Android app for educational purposes”).
In 2016, the Award has been assigned to:
Gennaro Borrelli, MA in Intercultural Bioethics at Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale” for the thesis “Empowerement and social economy in the valorization of cultural heritage. The case of Pompeii”.
Michela Filetti, BA in Tourism Studies and Local Community at Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca for the thesis “Archaeology on display : comparison of three temporary exhibitions in the digital age”.
Davide Pecoraro, BA in Architectural and City Sciences at Sapienza Universita’ di Roma for the thesis “Musealization of the sanctuary of Saint Venera in Paestum”.