Alessia holds a PhD in “Uomo e Ambiente” (“Human and Environment”) from Padova University. Her main interest is in landscape perception, in particular the role of landscape in the construction of territorial ties. Alessia has focused on first and second generation immigrants’ experiences.
To further the discussion begun during our conference Defining Landscape Democracy, CLaD is committed to publishing an anthology on landscape democracy with an academic publisher. An essay (chapter) for review will be due before 2 January 2016 aiming for publication in 2017.
The LED program seeks to build democracy into landscape architecture. The project aims to help spatial planning students learn practices that help build more inclusive societies.
The Centre for Landscape Democracy (CLaD) is a cross-disciplinary international centre for the creation and dissemination of scientific knowledge, creative interpretations and innovative solutions within the theme of Landscape Democracy.