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Tradition, Transition, Trajectories: Major or Minor Influences? – ICDHS Conference 2014

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ICDHS 2014
Tradition, Transition, Trajectories: Major or Minor Influences?
9, 10 e 11 Luglio | Aveiro, Portugal

Dal 9 all’11 luglio 2014, l’Università di Aveiro ospiterà la 9° Conferenza dell’ICDHS (International Committee for Design History and Design Studies), dal titolo Tradition, Transition, Trajectories: Major or Minor Influences?. Prima dell’inizio delle conferenze, l’8 luglio, si svolgeranno due sessioni: un workshop intitolato The European Province e una tavola rotonda intitolata The European Province, part II: National approaches and wider issues relating to the global provinces.

La call per la proposta di interventi da presentare al convegno è ufficialmente aperta. La deadline per la consegna delle proposte è fissata per l’8 gennaio 2014.

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Giulia Ciliberto

Giulia Ciliberto, born in Naples in 1984, is an Italian designer and researcher, operating mainly in the field of visual design for communication, web and publishing. In 2012, she received her Master’s Degree in Visual and Multimedia Communications from the Iuav University of Venice, where she is currently pursuing a PhD in Architecture, City and Design, in the Design Sciences curriculum. The research project, which concerns the pedagogy of communication design fundamentals, is supported by her regular involvement as a tutor and teaching assistant in the same disciplinary area. Since 2012, she has collaborated with the Italian Association of Design Historians (AIS/Design) on the editorial committee of AIS/Design: History and Research magazine, and since 2014 she has worked with Il Prato Publishing House (Padua, IT), as the director of Progetto Re-Cycle magazine.

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