Monograph

Shaking Heritage

Museum Collections between Seismic Vulnerability and Museum Design
  • Giada Cerri,

Any moment the earth can shake, but we do not know when or where. If it happens, our Heritage might be in danger. Shaking Heritage addresses the topic of the seismic vulnerability of museum collections. It develops a way to assess the seismic risks for movable Heritage, proposing a synthetic method to rate the vulnerable settings. It discusses the necessity of integrating museography and anti-seismic solutions for museums and exhibitions, and studies exhibit solutions that would improve the seismic safety of collections and setups. It stresses the necessity of constructing shared guidelines and policies for the safety of the movable Heritage. Shaking Heritage is a step forward in acknowledging the importance of the anti-seismic culture among museum institutions and researchers.

  • Keywords:
  • Museography,
  • Exhibition Design,
  • Seismic Risk Assessment,
  • Earthquake Hazard Prevention and Mitigation,
  • RESIMUS,
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Giada Cerri

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-3792-4568

Giada Cerri, architect, earned a PhD in Management and Development of Cultural Heritage from IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca. Her research fields are museography and management of Cultural Heritage. Besides the research and teaching activity, she works as a museum consultant and exhibition designer.
Table of Contents

Table of contents

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