Convegno: Lo sguardo territorialista di Leonardo: il cartografo, l’ingegnere idraulico, il progettista di città e territori



Venerdì 15 novembre 2019 Luogo: Empoli 

Divulgazione temi del convegno nei territori dell’Unione dei comuni del Circondario Empolese-Valdelsa  

Luoghi: Vinci, Cerreto Guidi, Capraia e Limite 

Novembre/dicembre 2019 

Mostra interpretativa sulle cartografie leonardiane (Empoli)

Data Inaugurazione: 15 novembre

Comitato scientifico promotore (provvisorio): Alberto Magnaghi (Unifi, presidente della Società dei territorilisti/e), Saverio Mecca (Unifi, presidente della Conferenza Universitaria Italiana di Architettura), Leonardo Rombai (Unifi), Daniela Poli (Unifi), Stefano Bertocci (Unifi), Margherita Azzari (Unifi), Anna Guarducci (Unisi), Carla Romby (Unifi), Andrea Nanetti (University of Singapore), Emanuela Ferretti (Unifi), Marco Prusicki (Politecnico di Milano), Giovanni Cislaghi (Politecnico di Milano), Renzo Rosso (Politecnico di Milano), Rossano Pazzagli (Unimol, Istituto di Ricerca territorio e Ambiente - Leonardo, Pisa), Andrea Cantile (Unifi), Francesco Paolo Di Teodoro (Politecnico di Torino), Maurizio Tira (Unibs, presidente della Società Italiana degli urbanisti), Ilaria Agostini (Unibo), Francesco Ceccarelli (Unibo), Stefano Pagliara (Unipi).

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Posted: 2019-05-28

7th Giorgio Rota Best Paper Award


We are delighted to announce that The Centro Einaudi with the support of Fondazione CRT launches the 7th Giorgio Rota Best Paper Award.

Young researchers are invited to submit papers - DEADLINE March 29 - on the subject: 

Rural economies, evolutionary dynamics and new paradigms


The Award is open to researchers born after December 31st, 1984 (BA, MA or PhD).

The call has the support of Fondazione CRT. The selected papers will be announced by April 29.


Posted: 2019-03-13 More...

Scienze del Territorio article wins the third award of INU


We are delighted to announce that a Scienze del Territorio paper has won the third Award of 2018 Italian National Institute of Planning Best Published Paper

You can read the full paper here

Verso lo scenario ‘rurban’: forme plurali del progetto in Europa per una nuova alleanza tra città e campagna
Ignazio Vinci


Posted: 2018-12-04

OPEN CONTINUOUS CALL FOR PAPERS: "Reflection and practices on the territorialist project"


The section of the journal Territorial Sciences called Reflection and practices on the territorialist project contains papers providing reflections on the state of the art and the multi‐ and trans‐disciplinary advancement of the territorialist project culture, moving from individual disciplines or ‘clusters’ of them. Such papers are therefore intended as totally independent of the topic dealt with in each monographic issue, and may be sent to the editorial staff at any time regardless of the deadlines connected to each thematic call for papers. They can either be of a general theoretical nature – providing hints aimed at orienting the reflection on territorial sciences – or describe methodo‐ logical, operational or substantial advances contained in specific research or applica‐ tion experiences. Papers should be maximum 30,000 characters (including spaces, about 4,300 words) in length, and must strictly comply with the journal’s editorial standards, downloadable at They will undergo the usual peer re‐view process in double blind and, in case of acceptance, will be immediately published (‘online first’) in a dedicated section of the journal's website (, then inserted in the appropriate section of the first available issue due out after acceptance. The papers – complete in each part – must be sent via e‐mail only to the following address: For any further information, please e‐mail us at:

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Posted: 2017-10-25

Call for Papers: the new call for the 6th issue of Scienze del Territorio is out now!



Number VI, 2018

 [deadline: JUNE 30th, 2017]

"Local economies of the territory as the commons"

The dramatic imbalances and inequalities generated by globalised economy call for a reflection on how to build an alternative to this economic model, destroying territories as it centralises resources and power in a few hands. In order to define a plausible alternative, it is useful to focus on territories and the essential needs of people; it is therefore necessary to rethink development in economic but also social, environmental, cultural terms, relying on the experiences and practices of everyday life, on a widespread access to common goods and on a local territorial dimension.

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