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Enrico Giorgi

Associate Professor

Department of History and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-ANT/10 Methods of Archaeological Research

Short Bio

Associate Professor at University of Bologna from 2015.

Professor in Archeological Research Methodologies in the Department of History and Cultures from 2014, and Supervisor of the Laboratory of Topography from 2002.

Member of the Academic Board for the PhD in History and Archaeology. Studies on Heritage, Memory and Cultures (from 2017).

Editor of GROMA (groma.unibo.it) the open access peer-reviewed e-journal of the University of Bologna (from 2007)

Main topics of the research concern the study of Landscape Archaeology and Topography for Archaeological Documentation.

Recently the Main topics concern the study of the born of ancient Greek-Roman Towns in Adriatic and Ionian Area.

Director and Co-Director of Archaeological Projects in Italy (Suasa AN, Monte Rinaldo FM, Ascoli Piceno, Pompei NA) and in Albania, Croatia, Egypt.

Collaborates with several international research institutes such as the British School at Rome. Author of numerous publications, he was invited to present the results of his research at various National and International Conferences.

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Contacts

E-mail:
enrico.giorgi@unibo.it
Tel:
+31 0512097681

Other contacts

Tel:
+39 051 20 9 7681

Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà
Piazza San Giovanni in Monte 2, Bologna - Go to map

Office hours

Please before contanct: enrico.giorgi@unibo.it 

 

Ravenna, Casa Traversari, via San Vitale 28:

(2019)

November 13, h. 14,00-15,00

December 12, h. 16,00-17,00

(2020)

From February 7 to Aprile 11 on Friday, h. 16,00-17,00

  

Bologna, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà , p.zza San Giovanni in Monte 2:

(2019)

November 11, h. 16,00-17,00

November 19, h. 10,00-11,00

December 3, h. 10,00-11,00

December 13, h. 15,00-16,00

(2020)

From March 23 to May 27 on Monday, h. 11,00-12,00

In any case, it is recommended to make an appointment by e-mail to avoid any overlap with other institutional commitments not yet fixed in the calendar.