14-22 September 2019
The main aim of the Summer School is to improve the knowledge of the participants in the anthropology of mobility and heritage and their capacity to apply their knowledge in order to cooperate with private and public agencies to develop projects and good practices. The Summer School will be divided in sets of lessons and activities including: - analysis of theoretical and methodological tools to study mobility and heritage issues - presentation of case studies with an ethnographic approach - visits to specific places and institution engaged in migration and tourism in Malta A full day will be devoted to take part in a workshop organized by the staff of the “RIMA Project” about the relationship between forced migration, self-narrative and theatre.
Prof. Francesco Vietti
La Valletta, Malta
31st May 2019
CV, ID card or passport/ motivation letter
The summer school is open to students from any background as well as to professionals working in the field of tourism, migration and heritage.
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