Calandra, Elena

  • Legislation of Cultural Heritage
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    ELENA CALANDRA is Director of the Central Institute for Archaeology, of the Archaeological Service, and of the ethnoanthropological and intangible heritage Service, General Directorate Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape,  Ministry of Culture, Rome. Official in Ligury (1999-2009), in management roles since 2009, inspector executive  at the General Secretariat, Superintendent in Lombardia, Umbria, Latium and Calabria, Director ad interim of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, Rome.
    Degree at the Pavia University, Ghislieri College, master at the Bologna University, Ph.D. at Rome, La Sapienza,  post-doctoral fellowship at the Pavia University. International experiences: American Academy in Rome (Fulbright fellow), Zürich University fellow, Mainz University (Ghislieri fellow), German Archaeological Institut in Rome (Henkel fellow), Italian Archaeological School at Athens. 
    Contract professor of Greek Archaeology at Università Statale di Milano (2003-2004), professor on agreement at La Sapienza of Legislation of Cultural Heritage, B.A. and Postgraduate School (2017-2021), at the Italian Archaeological School of Athens professor of Sociology of Communication Processes and Legislation of Cultural Heritage (2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2020- 2021) and of Museology (2020-2021), at the University of Bologna professor of Management and Protection, Postgraduate School (2017-2018 and 2018-2019). She has held archeology lectures and seminars in Italian universities and abroad (Mainz, Giessen, Pablo de Olavide di Sevilla), at the Paul Getty Museum in Malibu, in Paris (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Institut de France - Académie des incriptions et belles-lettres), in Madrid (Charles III University, Germanic Archaeological Institute), in Oxford, and has participated as a speaker at numerous conferences, in Italy and abroad. She has participated in numerous excavations and surveys and has collaborated with various museums.
    She has about 200 publications. 

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