Professional Master programme in Transitions and Innovations in European Territories: Environments and Landscapes Beyond the Anthropocene - 6029

Code 6029
Academic Year 2023-2024
Subject area Humanities
Campus Ravenna
Level Second
Director Roberto Pasini
Duration Annual
Teaching methods Conventional
Language English
Cost 5,000.00 €
Instalments first instalment 3.000,00 euros (to be paid by the deadline set for enrolment 27/10/2023); second instalment 2.000,00 euros (to be paid by 31/01/2024)
Application deadline

Sep 29, 2023 (Expired)

Enrolment start and end from 16/10/2023 to 27/10/2023
Main Department
Department of Cultural Heritage - DBC
Professional Profile
The Master (programme in collaboration with "European College of Cluny" (EN) and with "Collège Européen de Cluny" (IT) ) lasts for 1 year, classroom training is delivered in English, awards 60 CFU CFU credits and aims the following learning outcomes : while focusing on the management of common goods in the face of the ongoing climatic and environmental transformations, the programme provides relevant knowledge and skills for the formation and maintenance of territorial innovation projects in Europe by adopting the notion of 'landscape' as a leitmotif.
Number of participants
Min: 10 Max: 25
International Professional Master's programme
Admission qualifications
- second cycle degree obtained under D.M. 270/04 or single cycle degree obtained under the laws previously in force (DM 509/99 and Old Regulations).
No specific major/minor required (sectorial affinities: sociologists, geographers, architects, engineers, graduates in political science, cultural heritage, international relations or European studies);

- second / single cycle degree obtained abroad deemed equivalent to those described in point above by the admission committee, for the purposes of admission to the Master.
Linguistic skills
Good knowledge of English
Selection criteria
Admission to the Master is subject to a positive opinion based on titles and interview.
Selection date
Oct 05, 2023
Study plan

Teaching Activities:

  1. Re-thinking the Anthropocene Together - Mario Angelo Neve, Alessia Mariotti;
  2. Reading the Landscape - Roberto Pasini; Mario Angelo Neve;
  3. Water, Common Good: access and management - Serena Ceola; Lisa Borgatti; Alessio Domeneghetti
  4. Dealing with energy demand and climate change - Alberto Montanari; Attilio Castellarin; Cristiana Bragalli; Davide Tabarelli
  5. Managing Commons - Caterina Drigo; Emanuele Leonardi;
  6. Welcoming and Including - Enrico Gargiulo; Annalisa Furia; Niccolò Cuppini;
  7. Introduction to the geographic information systems - Grégoire Feyt
  8. Low-Carbon Mobility - Valérie Facchinetti Mannone;
  9. Dwelling with nature - Anne Dorazio;
  10. Circular economy: local timber applications - Louis Denaud;
  11. Acting in the face of the Anthropocene, as a local, regional, national, European and global citizen - Jean-Luc Delpeuch;
  12. Mobilizing the intelligence of a territory - Alexandre Moine;
  13. Public Service for the Innovation of the European Territory - Mario Angelo Neve; Jean-Luc Delpeuch

 Other activities:

  1. English and French for landscape - Natalie Thiers
  2. Introduction to coding - Sylvie Tyssot
  3. Eat local - Charlotte Dufour
  4. Protect and be protected, include and be included - Boris Chevrot
  5. Living with the living - Elodie Tonnot
  6. Connecting without excluding - Stéphane Crozat
  7. Designing public policies - Romain Thevenet
Compulsory attendance