CAMPANA STEFANO

Stefano
Campana
Professore Associato

Presentazione

I have been working for the past fifteen years at the University of Siena (Italy) and the University of Cambridge (UK). I am specializing in landscape archaeology, remote sensing and archaeological methodology for purposes of research, recording and conservation. My work is focused on the understanding of past landscapes from late prehistory to the contemporary age. The principal cultural context for my work has been Tuscany but I have also participated in and led research work in the UK, Spain, Turkey, Palestine, Iraq and Asia.

Since 2006 I have been a faculty member of the University of Siena (Italy), in the Department of History and Cultural Heritage, where I have engaged in teaching and research as associate professor in Landscape Archaeology. From 2016 I have also been invited from the Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences of the University of Siena to teach “Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology” within the international master course in Cultural Diplomacy. 

I have established a sound reputation as an international authority in the field of landscape and digital archaeology. I am as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London (FSA) and in I have been a member of the General Management Board of HIST, the Governing Board of the International Centre on Space Technologies for Natural and Cultural Heritage, under the auspices of UNESCO and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. I was invited as visiting professor at University of Lund, Department of Archaeology (Sweden), in École Normale Supérieure (Paris), the Institute of Archaeology of Erbil (Erbil-Iraq) and the University of Bucharest, Faculty of History.

Orari di ricevimento

  • Martedi' dalle 11:00 alle 12:00
    Luogo: Plesso Funaioli Mazzi o sede dei Servi (studio docente e laboratorio LAP&T n.132). L'ingresso alla sede è da Piazza Alessandro Manzoni (lato destro chiesa di S.Maria dei Servi)
    Nota: Il ricevimento settimanale sarà tenuto esclusivamente on line. Si prega di prendere appuntamento con il docente tramite email: campana@unisi.it

Attività didattica

ANNO ACCADEMICO DI ESPLETAMENTO: 2024/2025

Anno di corso: 3 Laurea triennale (DM 270) SCIENZE STORICHE E DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE A.A. 2022/2023

ANNO ACCADEMICO DI ESPLETAMENTO: 2023/2024

Anno di corso: 1 Scuola di Specializzazione Beni archeologici A.A. 2023/2024
Anno di corso: 3 Laurea triennale (DM 270) SCIENZE STORICHE E DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE A.A. 2021/2022
Anno di corso: 1 Corso di Laurea Magistrale ARCHEOLOGIA A.A. 2023/2024

ANNO ACCADEMICO DI ESPLETAMENTO: 2022/2023

Anno di corso: 3 Laurea triennale (DM 270) SCIENZE STORICHE E DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE A.A. 2020/2021
Anno di corso: 1 Corso di Laurea Magistrale ARCHEOLOGIA A.A. 2022/2023

ANNO ACCADEMICO DI ESPLETAMENTO: 2021/2022

Anno di corso: 3 Laurea triennale (DM 270) SCIENZE STORICHE E DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE A.A. 2019/2020

Attività di ricerca

Ultime pubblicazioni:

  • Opitz, R., De Smedt, P., Mayoral-Herrera, V., Campana, S., Vieri, M., Baldwin, E., et al. (2023). Practicing critical zone observation in agricultural landscapes: communities, technology, environment, and archaeology. LAND, 12(1) [10.3390/land12010179]. - dettaglio
  • Campana, S., Camporeale, S., Tabolli, J., Pansini, R., Güzel, S., Morelli, G., et al. (2023). SOS project: a new challenge for a novel approach to the understanding of an important historical city. In I. P. Haynes, T. Ravasi, S. Kay, S. Piro, P. Liverani (a cura di), Non-intrusive methodologies for large area urban research (pp. 16-20). Oxford : Archaeopress [10.32028/9781803274461]. - dettaglio
  • Opitz, R., Baldwin, E., De Smedt, P., Verhegge, J., Campana, S., Mayoral-Herrera, V., et al. (2023). Remote Sensing Data to support integrated decision making in cultural and natural heritage management: impasses and opportunities for collaboration in agricultural areas. INTERNET ARCHAEOLOGY, 62 [10.11141/ia.62.10]. - dettaglio
  • Giuffra, V., Minozzi, S., Aringhieri, G., Campana, S., Riccomi, G. (2023). A case of secondary hypertrophic osteoarthropathy from medieval Tuscany (central Italy, 10th-12th centuries CE). INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PALEOPATHOLOGY, 43, 51-57 [10.1016/j.ijpp.2023.09.004]. - dettaglio
  • Campana, S. (2023). Same old story? Why archaeological discoveries are so often unexpected? What is wrong with preventive archaeology?. In Research on heritage impact assessment (pp.75-97). - dettaglio