SHARE ONA Lecture by Dr Daniel Moraetis, Assistant Professor at Sultan Qaboos University. Landscapes either natural or anthropogenic are continuously changing under the action of natural and manmade imposed processes. Some of the landscapes can be
SHARE ONA Lecture by Dr. Laurence Louër, Research Fellow at CERI (Centre de Recherches Internationales) and Associate Professor at SciencesPo. Gulf monarchies are facing numerous challenges that question the social pact as it has been crafted in
SHARE ONA Lecture by Dr. Frederic Payraudeau, Assistant Professor Paris-Sorbonne University, Associate Director of the French Archaeological Mission of Tanis (Egypt). The last millenium of Ancient Egypt History (c. 1069-332 BC) is a very troubled
DYNAMIC URBANISM AND ENVIRONMENT IN INSTANT CITIES; THE NECESSITY OF PARTICIPATORY PROCEDURES AND THE AFTERMATH OF 2016 VENICE BIENNALE OF ARCHITECTURE.
SHARE ONA Lecture by Dr Apostolos Kyriazis, Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urbanism at Abu Dhabi University. The rate of global urbanization reaches new heights and UAE cities lead the race. Abu Dhabi in particular almost expands at a
SHARE ONFor this conference, the two guest speakers will tackle the issue of the peace-making process and how to put an end to the Wars of Religion in the sixteenth-century Europe, especially in the German Holy Roman Empire and in the Kingdom of
SHARE ONA Lecture by Jean-Luc Crétier, French Alpine skier. Gold medal winner in the downhill at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. The Lecture will be delivered in French.
SHARE ONA Lecture by Daniele Giuffrida, Expert in Radiation Protection in the UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR). We live with radiation, every day of our life. It comes naturally from the stars and the sun above us and from the
SHARE ON« Abandonment » is supposed to translate here a German word, Gelassenheit. We will consider here the way Heidegger, in the dialogue Zwischen einem Japaner und einem Fragenden (“Between a Japanese and a questioning one”), which
SHARE ONIn less than a decade, improvements in new analysis and digital imaging technologies have significantly changed researchers’ approach to heritage objects. New opportunities have arisen. Mostly unimaginable just a few years ago, they become
SHARE ONThe concept of “σκιαγραφία”, considered as a paradigm of illusionistic technique, is of primary importance in Plato’s system. However, its precise meaning in the Greek and Roman artistic corpus is still debated. Surprisingly