ddr. Giulia Beltrametti

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Researcher at Department of Antropology and Cultural Studies

MSCA fellow researcher and assistant in the Anthropological and Historical Heritage field at the University of Primorska, Faculty of Humanities.

e-mail: giulia.beltrametti@fhs.upr.si

Room 23

Teaching

At Department of Antropology and Cultural Studies

Research fields

Anthropology, heritage, environmental rights.

Selected bibliography

  • Terre collettive e insediamenti in Alta val Trebbia (Appennino Ligure): la definizione della località tra Sette e Novecento, with A. Stagno, V. Tigrino e M. Rocca, in «Archivio Scialoja Bolla. Annali di studio sulla proprietà collettiva», 1/2013, pp. 105-155;
  • Usi civici, gestione collettiva delle risorse e diritti locali. Analisi storica di morfologie di possesso in realtà giurisdizionali di confine (val Formazza, XIX-XX sec.), in «Percorsi di ricerca/Working papers. Laboratorio di storia delle Alpi – LabiSAlp», Università della Svizzera Italiana, Mendrisio, 2013;
  • Storia conflittuale di tre boschi montani. (Appennino ligure, Alpi marittime, Alpi lepontine), in Histoire des Alpes - Storia delle Alpi - Geschichte der Alpen, 2014/19;
  • Comune, collettivo, sconosciuto. Il paradosso della storia della proprietà collettiva e il caso ligure, with V. Tigrino, in V. Moneta, C. Parola (eds.), Dopo la rinaturalizzazione. L'ecologia storica per la riqualificazione dei paesaggi rurali: proposte applicative, Oltre Edizioni, Sestri Levante, 2014;
  • Cultures temporaires entre longue durée et chronologie fine: traces des pratiques dans les sols, la végétation et les textes (Montagne ligure, nord-ouest de l’Italie), with D. Moreno, R. Cevasco, A. Stagno, Presses Universitaires du Mirail – Toulouse, 2014;
  • Confini con gli Svizzeri. Lo spartiacque come strumento ambientale di interpretazione giuridica: la sentenza arbitrale di George Perkins March sull’Alpe Cravairola (1874) e la «giurisdizione di versante». in «Percorsi di ricerca/Working papers. Laboratorio di storia delle Alpi – LabiSAlp», 8/2016;
  • La produzione di carbone nell’Appennino ligure: siti, pratiche, risorse (XVII-XX sec.) with A. Stagno, C. Parola, in S. Paradis-Grenouillet, S. Burri, R. Rouaud (eds.) Charbonnage, Charbonniers, Charbonnières. Confluence de regards autour d’un artisanat méconnu, Presses Universitaires de Provence, 2018;
  • Spazi, percorsi e diritti sulle acque: la Val Nervia e il patrimonio ambientale locale, in «Percorsi di ricerca/Working papers. Laboratorio di storia delle Alpi – LabiSAlp», 2/2019;
  • Ghiaccio e neve in città. Usi e percorsi di un particolare bene di consumo a Genova e Torino (XVII-XX secolo) with A. Stagno, in Le vie del Cibo, Carocci 2019;
  • Le patrimoine culturel alpin des eaux thermales. Une mise en perspective historique sur les Alpes sud-occidentales (XVIIIe-XXIe siècles), with B. Palmero and V. Tigrino, forthcoming;
  • Redefining rights, locality and natural resources through institutional conflicts. A case study in the Maritime Alps (Italy, XX century), with V. Tigrino, in “Histoire des Alpes - Storia delle Alpi - Geschichte der Alpen”, forthcoming. 

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Projects

  • MARIE CURIE - The biennal reserch project OCHER. Owners of a Common Heritage. Commons, Environment and Rights in European Mountains, 18th - 20th century.
    Link: https://www.fhs.upr.si/en/international-cooperation/marie-curie---ocher
    • The biennal reserch project OCHER. Owners of a Common Heritage. Commons, Environment and Rights in European Mountains, 18th - 20th century (PROPOSAL_101033368-OCHER-H2020-MSCA-IF-2020) has the aim to start a reflection on a new environmental right, that goes beyond the dichotomy man/nature, trying to understand the historical forms of a non-destructive, nor extractive, relation of interdependence in social and ecological systems, with the tools of historical and anthropological research. Hosted at the University of Primorska, and supervised by prof. Katja Hrobat Virloget, the OCHER project investigates the relation between specific historical forms of lands and resources collective management and the current environmental and landscape value of those areas, inquiring the issue of accessibility rights to natural resources for future generations. Following the Habitats Directive, whose aim is to promote natural habitats taking account of local requirements, eight sites in four different European countries (Slovenia, Italy, France and Spain), selected from the Natura 2000 network list for their particular biodiversity, are chosen as case studies, in a comparative perspective. The research addresses different kinds of “institutions for collective action”, at different scales and with an interdisciplinary approach. On the Department of Anthropology and Cultural Studies she is included in the pedagogical work too.