Analysis and Management of Cultural Heritage (AMCH)

Director: Emanuele Pellegrini

Curriculum Overview 

The track in Analysis and Management of Cultural Heritage proposes courses in Archaeology, Art History, Visual Studies, History of Philosophy, History, European and International Legislation on Cultural Heritage and Landscape, Organization and Management of Cultural Heritage and Creative Industries, Technologies applied to the valorization of Cultural Heritage. Both research- and practice-oriented courses constitute the program, which aims at training both qualified professionals operating in the concrete field of cultural management and academics. It promotes research by exposing the students to different research approaches and methodologies, through case studies belonging to research fields such as Art History, Classical Archaeology, Museology, History, Visual Studies, Legislation and Institutional Regulation, Organization and Management of Cultural Heritage, Institutions and Creative Industries.

Input and Output Profiles 

The track aims at providing specific know-hows to prospective researchers and professionals operating in the fields of analysis and management of culture and cultural heritage. Prospective students should preferably have an undergraduate background in the Social Sciences, the Humanities, or ICT related to Cultural Heritage. This track will enable graduates to access:

Research Units contributing to the track 

All Research Units can contribute to AMCH training and research activities. AXES, LYNX, PHIBOR and SYSMA are actively involved in the courses offered in the Program.