Subscribe to our Newsletter
We will send you a bimonthly newsletter, to keep you updated on new articles, awards and events
The lock-down almost happened overnight and has ravaged the heritage and culture sector. As ever, the sector is dependent on large numbers of actual visitors. Most museums were in a state of shock, but also tried to come up with new initiatives. Partly born out of panic, some innovations are worthy extensions of existing practices and are here to stay.
Despite its devastating effects, the corona crisis also has been, and will continue to be, an accelerator in the adoption of new practices in many sectors of social and economic life.
The studies in the present volume propose preliminary thoughts and cautious conclusions.
The volume can be downloaded here »
University of Padua and EMA | Digital format (PDF) under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence (CC BY 4.0) | English