|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||M-GGR/01|
The course analyses the different ways in which geography has conceptually and methodologically promoted the valorisation of landscape and the environment as objects of specific political practices and as keys to understanding the evolution of the environment-development relationship.
The course aims to provide geography's fundamental theoretical tools, and to use them as keys for understanding the reality of landscape research and the developments of landscapes in Europe.
This course consists of the basis of landscape science and contains theoretical modules and an exercise:
During the modules, the genesis of landscapes and environments in Europe is addressed by the integration of case studies.
Practical exercises: individual landscape observation with terrain mapping and map and aerial photo analysis, written reporting
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
No specific prerequisites are required.
Lessons will take place in presence. Only for those who make an express request at the beginning of the course, it will be possible to follow the lessons remotely (streaming via the Teams platform). In this case, you will be considered for all intents and purposes as non-attending students and the program to bring will be the specific one for non-attending students.
Lecture notes, handbook (Antrop 2007), hand-outs lectures
Books, articles, journals available in online or via AulaWeb
Mapping material (maps, photographs, ….) available via online
For Non-Attending Students: additional articles on AulaWeb
Antrop, M., Van Eetvelde, V., 2017. Landscape Perspectives. The Holistic Nature of Landscape. Springer
Gheyle, W., Dossche, R., Bourgeois, J., Stichelbaut, B., Van Eetvelde, V., 2013. Integrating Archaeology and Landscape Analysis for the Cultural Heritage Management of a World War I Militarised Landscape. The German Field Defences in Antwerp. Landscape Research. published online. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01426397.2012.754854 (impact factor: 0.677 for 2011)
Dossche R, Van Eetvelde V, Rogge E (2016) Detecting people’s and landscape’s identity in a changing mountain landscape. An example from the Northern Apennines. Landscape Research, doi/full/10.1080/01426397.2016.1187266 (impact factor: 1,012 for 2015)
Office hours: Only by appointment (email@example.com).
REBEKKA ANNIE PAUL DOSSCHE (President)
ENRICO PRIARONE (Substitute)
19 September 2022
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Oral examination with open questions
The student will be evaluated based on the
The assessment will take into account:
|12/12/2022||10:00||GENOVA||Scritto + Orale|
|16/01/2023||10:00||GENOVA||Scritto + Orale|
|30/01/2023||10:00||GENOVA||Scritto + Orale|
|08/05/2023||10:00||GENOVA||Scritto + Orale|
|22/05/2023||10:00||GENOVA||Scritto + Orale|
|05/06/2023||10:00||GENOVA||Scritto + Orale|
|19/06/2023||10:00||GENOVA||Scritto + Orale|
|04/09/2023||10:00||GENOVA||Scritto + Orale|
To pass the examination of the course, the student needs to hand in the exercise.
All students are invited to periodically consult the page of this teaching on the e-learning portal AulaWeb (accessible from the University website or at https://www.aulaweb.unige.it).
All information and materials relating to this teaching are published exclusively on this website.