26 MAY 2017 TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

ROOM 52 AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP TERRITORIAL IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

MORNING SESSION
9:00 a.m. Introduction. General presentation

9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Colavitti A.M., Usai A. - One, No One and One Hundred Thousand: local communities’
identity in landscape planning and territorial development strategies

10:00 - 10:30 a.m. Markuszewska, I. - Social perception of the place of living in the context of current
development of a rural area (the Nowy Tomyśl Region, Poland)
10:30 - 11:00 a.m. Banini, T. - Understanding local territorial identities: concepts, questions and pitfalls

11:00 - 11:30 a.m. Mutică, P. - Roșia Montană - A two millenia community threatened with extinction

11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Filimon L., Tătar C., Filimon C. - Territorial Identity as a Local Development Tool.
A Perspective from the Rural Community of Burzuc village
12:00 - 12:30 p.m. Maroși Z. - Assessing the physical condition of the built heritage
in rural areas of Transylvania
12:30 - 13:00 p.m. Impei F. - Regionalization, territorial identity and local development

13:00 - 13:30 p.m. Stan A. - The use and study of cultural patrimony - subject of a cross-over dialogue
between historians and geographers

LUNCH BREAK
2:00 - 4.00 PM

EVENING SESSION

4:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sanglhuber E. - Some aspects of the development of landscapes, people and culture
in the municipality Keutschach am See (Carinthia, Austria).
4:30 - 5:00 p.m. Havadi-Nagy X., Ilovan O., Doroftei I. - The City of the Sensitive and the Brave:
Personal Stories, Art and Place-Making in Cluj, Romania
5:00 - 5:30 p.m. Bagoly P. - The City of the Sensitive and the Brave

5:30 - 6:00 p.m. Ivan, O. - Regionalization, territorial identity and local development

6:00 - 6:30 p.m. Buș R., Lung M. - Understanding local territorial identities: concepts, questions and pitfalls

6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Bolog C. - Understanding local territorial identities: concepts, questions and pitfalls

DINER

questions living in the context of current and pitfalls development of a rural area (the Peter Bagoly Roxana Maria Buș. people and and Place-Making in Cluj.subject of a extinction from the Rural Community of cross-over dialogue between Paul Mutică Burzuc village historians and geographers Luminița Filimon. A Perspective patrimony . Policy Cristina Bolog. Art identity and local development ment of landscapes. Poland) Iwona Markuszewska . Elisabeth Sanglhuber Oana-Ramona Ilovan 13 14 15 Understanding local territorial Social perception of the place of To be completed identities: concepts. questions Thousand: local communities’ of Transylvania and pitfalls identity in landscape planning Zoltan Maroși Tiziana Banini and territorial development strategies Anna Maria Colavitti. Francesca Impei culture in the municipality Romania Keutschach am See (Carinthia. Ana-Maria Stan Claudiu Filimon 04 05 06 Assessing the physical condition Understanding local territorial One. Alessia Usai 07 08 09 From UNESCO Headquarters. Corina Tătar.A two millenia Territorial Identity as a Local The use and study of cultural community threatened with Development Tool. Austria) Havadi-Nagy Kinga Xenia. No One and One Hundred of the built heritage in rural areas identities: concepts. TERRITORIAL IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP TERRITORIAL IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT ABSTRACTS 01 02 03 Roșia Montană . territorial Some aspects of the develop- the Brave: Personal Stories. Dealing with time and space: Re-thinking territoriality in the down to Eastern European roots tourism in Romania Romanian city through Wetlands: on Ecology. Mădălin Lung Nowy Tomyśl Region. Andras Mathe landmarks of poverty and Making and Resource Depletion fatalism in the Danube Delta Oana Ivan Sorina Voiculescu 10 11 12 The City of the Sensitive and Regionalization.

threat . Bucharest who shared his experience in the "adopt a house" initia- tive which tried to preserve valuable but deteriorated houses in Roșia as well. thus protecting it from further such claims. gold-mining. we collaborated with Ștefan Bâlici of "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture. community.ABSTRACTS TERRITORIAL IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP TERRITORIAL IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT 01 Roșia Montana . This paper tries to give a glimpse into the research we undertook with our students and our findings. In a way. Our workshop focused also on a documentary assignment that bid our students to search out for similar cases to Roșia in Europe and the whole world so as to draw some conclusions about what is specific and what is similar in this particular context. But it is at the same time one of the most famous towns in Romania due to the contro- versy surrounding it that led to major public manifestations and protests in the autumn of 2013.A two millenia community threatened with extinction Paul MUTICĂ Roșia Montană is currently a small town in Transylvania with a declining population of about 4000. There are open pit mining sites that threaten to engulf entire towns like Cerro de Pasco but also sites that have been put to better use like in Curitiba or Falun and have been reconverted in cultural venues. heritage. the project of Gabriel Resources that sought to obliterate the historical site and replace it with an open pit gold mine and a cyanide lake was so outrageous that it actually helped popularize the vast heritage of the town and offered an incentive to promote it on the UNESCO World Heritage List. also sitting on a sizeable gold deposit coveted by a Canadian mining company that promoted open pit cyanide mining there. Naturally. The Faculty of Architecture in Cluj found this a great opportunity for an international workshop with our French colleagues in ENSA Clermont Ferrand who were glad to travel to Cluj and exchange ideas and even a small project for a few days. Keywords: Roșia Montană. One such similar case would be Kremnica in Slovakia. On a practical note. during their stay we visited the site and chose one of the most interesting but sadly deteriorated buildings as grounds for a restoration project .the Reformed Parsonage. development.