18-28 June 2020 REMOTE VERSION
ISAR announces an international summer school in the archaeological park of the Roman Forum, open to architecture students of all levels (including continuing education). The programme is offered in partnership with the Interrupted City project and Özyeğin University DRUM laboratory and will run in parallel with the first week of ISAR’s Archaeological Field School. Other academic partners include the California Polytechnic (SLO) Rome Program in Architecture and the University of Firenze.
The sequence of lessons, taught in English THROUGH DISTANCE LEARNING, are intended to provide students with hands-on skills in methods of architectural documentation, conservation and valorization of cultural heritage sites. The laboratory will focus on an ongoing excavation in the Horrea Agrippiana at the base of the Palatine Hill.
Students will work in a choice of research areas:
- Documentation (using laser scanner and photogrammetry)
- Historical research (including hypothetical reconstructions)
- Restoration (creation of a conservation plan)
- Valorization (architectural designs for needed site structures)
Each of these pedagogic components will combine clear, illustrated instruction by experts in the field with readings, interactive discussions and practical applications.
- Fri 19 June. Opening conference and orientation
- Sat, Sun 20-21 June. Virtual visits to sites and museums.
- Mon-Fri 22-26 June 7:30-16:00 June Site-work in Roman Forum
- Sat 27 June. Closing conference
Both undergraduate and postgraduate students are welcome to apply – no previous experience necessary!
Project Direction and Instruction
- Prof. Tom Rankin (ISAR, Cal Poly): Project Director
- Prof. Alessandro Camiz (Özyeğin University): Project Co-Director
- Giorgio Verdiani (Univ. Firenze) Laser scanning
- Prof. Dr. Orazio Carpenzano Scientific Coordinator
- Dora Cirone (ISAR), archaeologist, guest lecturer
- Özge Özkuvancı (Ph. D. candidate, Özyeğin University) tutor
- Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alessandro Camiz Özyeğin University (Turkey)
- Prof.. Tom Rankin California Polytechnic State University (USA)
- Prof. Dr. Orazio Carpenzano, “Sapienza” Università di Roma [director of Department of Architecture DIAP)
- Assist. Prof. Giorgio Verdiani, Università degli Studi di Firenze
- Matthew Bell, University of Maryland (USA)
- Roberta Belli, Politecnico di Bari
- Carlo Bianchini, Sapienza University of Rome
- Marco Cadinu, Università degli Studi di Cagliari
- Pier Federico Caliari, Politecnico di Torino
- Renato Capozzi, University of Naples “Federico II”
- Paolo Carafa, Sapienza University of Rome
- Anna Irene del Monaco, Sapienza University of Rome
- Rosa Anna Genovese, University of Naples ‘Federico II’
- Carmen Guerrero, University of Miami (USA)
- Orhan Hacihasanoglu, Özyeğin University (Turkey)
- Matteo Ieva, Politecnico di Bari
- Antonio Pietro Latini, Jiangsu University (China)
- Eva Lovra, University of Debrecen (Hungary)
- Francesco Mancini, Curtin University (Australia)
- Marco Maretto, University of Parma
- Nicola Santopuoli, Sapienza University of Rome
- Scott Schlimgen, Academic Initiatives Abroad
- Michele Trimarchi, University of Bologna
Base-fee: € 15/person
Includes program tuition but no lodging, meals or transportation.
APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN REOPENED FOLLOWING THE SHIFT TO REMOTE LEARNING. The online registration form is now active at this link. Participants will be admitted on a rolling basis. In the event spaces are filled before the deadline students will be put on a waiting list. For students who have been accepted Payment will be required to confirm participation by May 30.
For further information and to apply to participate email email@example.com or call Tom Rankin +39 348-3307181 or (508) 443-1961 (US skype n. to Italy)
Download a program PDF (original version before pivoting to remote)Program-Forum-sm
Financial Aid. Help us make this experience possible to a wider range of students. A contribution of €100 will underwrite the cost of one student and can be submitted through our US 501c3 Fiscal Partner.