PARTNERS

The Project is funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the EU with the focus on ecomuseums sphere, with partners on Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain:

UJA - Universidade de Jaén

  • Portugal
  • https://www.ceied.ulusofona.pt/en/projects_cat/
  • At Lusófona University the EcoHeritage takes place in CeiED - Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Education and Development and developed in Department of Museology. The department's research activity is carried within the scope of the CeiED which is an R&D unit recognized and evaluated by FCT (National Foundation for Science and Technology). Activity is oriented towards studies and research in the field of Sociomuseology, as a Scholl of thought in the field of Social Sciences. It is committed to critical issues of relevance to the sustainability of museums and other cultural institutions dealing with heritage in a broader sense. To offers guiding principles and better coordinate the research efforts, six research areas are recognised which encompass the broadest range of contemporary issues, museum and museology is faced with. Integrated approaches and the cross-cutting themes should obtain priority.
  • Mário Moutinho, Coordinator of EcoHeritage in Department of Museology ULHT

UNIVERSIDADE LUSÓFONA

  • Portugal
  • https://www.ceied.ulusofona.pt/en/projects_cat/
  • At Lusófona University the EcoHeritage takes place in CeiED - Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Education and Development and developed in Department of Museology. The department's research activity is carried within the scope of the CeiED which is an R&D unit recognized and evaluated by FCT (National Foundation for Science and Technology). Activity is oriented towards studies and research in the field of Sociomuseology, as a Scholl of thought in the field of Social Sciences. It is committed to critical issues of relevance to the sustainability of museums and other cultural institutions dealing with heritage in a broader sense. To offers guiding principles and better coordinate the research efforts, six research areas are recognised which encompass the broadest range of contemporary issues, museum and museology is faced with. Integrated approaches and the cross-cutting themes should obtain priority.
  • Mário Moutinho, Coordinator of EcoHeritage in Department of Museology ULHT

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Project Nº: 2020-1-ES01-KA204- 082769

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