The best thesis on the Exchange or on archaeological tourism in memory of Antonella Fiammenghi

Premio per tesi di laurea in turismo archeologico

The “Antonella Fiammenghi” Award is assigned to the college student who wrote, from 2020 to 2022, the best thesis on the Mediterranean Exchange of Archaeological Tourism” or archaeological tourism.

 

It has been  established in 2007 from the 10th edition in memory of the Director of the Archaeological Area of Velia Antonella Fiammenghi, passed away in the same year, and it wants to be a tribute to graduates  who disclose the archaeological tourism hrough their university commitment.

Graduates interested in applying must send a copy of the thesis in PDF to the e-mail info@bmta.it or on paper to Leader srl via Roma, 226 – 84121 Salerno by August 31st, 2022.

The selection of the first classified will be communicated by September 30th and the winner will be a guest in the hotel paid by the Exchange on the night of Thursday, October 27th.

The Award will be assigne on Friday, October 28th at 11.30 at the Basilica (adjacent to the National Museum).

The Winning Thesis will be published thanks to AMG Press, editor of the monthly “ArcheoNews”.

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In 2021 the Award has been assigned to: Saverio Macaluso, graduate of the Degree Course in Archaeology and Cultures of the ancient world of the University of Bologna for the thesis “Una forma di comunicazione: il turismo archeologico. Una nuova professione e nuove prospettive”.

A special mention with the assigned of a plate has been recognized to: Marta Fancello, graduate of the Degree Course in Sciences of cultural heritage in Scienze of the University of Sassari for the thesis “La sponsorizzazione culturale in Italia: Il Colosseo e Pompei, due casi a confronto”; Grazia Viciconte, graduate of the Degree Course of the Department of the Architecture of the University of Firenze for the thesis “Paestum. Valorizzazione del Parco Archeologico e Recupero dell’ex Stabilimento Cirio”; Filomena Volpe, graduate of the Degree Course in Humanities of the University of Salerno for the thesis “Viaggiatori francesi a Paestum tra Settecento e Ottocento”.

In 2019 to: Martina De Giuseppe, graduate of the Degree Course in Archeology of Sapienza University of Rome for the degree thesis “Archeologia Pubblica: percorsi di musealizzazione e fruizione delle aree archeologiche”.

In 2018 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 toChiara Vitaloni, graduate of the MA in Quaternary, Prehistory and Archaeology of the University of Ferrara for the thesis “Nuovi sviluppi dell’archeologia computazionale finalizzati alla programmazione di un’applicazione Android per scopi divulgativi”.

In 2016 to: Gennaro Borrelli, graduate of the MA in Intercultural Bioethics at Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale” for the thesis “Empowerment ed economia sociale nella valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale. Il caso Pompei”; Michela Filetti, BA in Tourism Studies and Local Community at Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca for the thesis “L’archeologia in mostra: tre esposizioni temporanee a confronto nell’era digitale”; Davide Pecoraro, BA in Architectural and City Sciences at Sapienza Universita’ di Roma for the thesis “Musealizzazione del santuario di Santa Venera a Paestum”.

In 2015 toElsa Di Vilio, graduate of the Degree Course in Ancient Civilizations and Archaeology: East and West of the Department Asia, Africa and Mediterranean Area of the University of Naples “L’Orientale” for the thesis “Gli scavi archeologici per la costruzione della metropolitana di Atene e il loro impatto sulla città attuale”.

In 2014 to: Maria Carmela Scalone, graduate of the Degree Course in Organization and Management of Security of the Department of Law, Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods of the University of Sannio for the thesis “Velia tra storia e gestione”.

In 2013 to: Serena Cortesi, graduate of the Degree Course in Economy and Management of Tourism Services of the Faculty of Economy of the University of Milano-Bicocca for the thesis “Analisi economica del turismo culturale in Italia”.

In 2012 toFilomena Cesarano, graduate of the MA in Project and Management of Tourism Systems of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” for the thesi “Turismo e Archeologia: il progetto R.A.S. per la promozione e la valorizzazione del sito di Stabiae”.