The purpose of this series is to provide the basis for a dialogue for scholars mindful of social and environmental responsibility, in the process of creating spaces for interaction in the Mediterranean context. In the current situation, which favours the quantitative quality of a scholar’s scientific production, the series intends to affirm the values of reflection and careful research, by valuing time and the exchange of ideas. More specifically, the series aims to support young scholars in sharing works with a broader scope than an article in a scientific journal. The series is promoted by the Interdepartmental Research Unit 'Florence Accessibility Lab' of the University of Florence. The series fully supports Open Access publishing as an ideal tool to share ideas and knowledge in every research field with an open, collaborative and non-profit approach. Open Access books allow the research community to achieve a high research impact as well as rapid dissemination in any editorial form.
On the residuality of public spaces in historical contexts: Florence as a case study
Antonio Laurìa, Luigi Vessella
Copyright year: 2021
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