26 November 2022
In the conference paper Healing memories: linking archaeology and wellbeing in Cyprus, Francesco Ripanti introduced in detail the research that the LOGGIA project is going to carried out in the Xeros River Valley. Working on the concept of healing memories, Francesco discusses the approach behind the activities which will be held for the local community, people suffering from the Huntington’s disease, their families and carers.
Trinity College Dublin, Long Room Hub: Aphrodite Rising: 25+ Years of Cypriot Studies at Trinity
Invited by Prof. Christine Morris and Prof. Giorgos Papantoniou, Aphrodite Rising was a tremendous event where to present LOGGIA to colleagues working on Cyprus, PhDs and students based at Trinity College Dublin (50+ in total). Francesco received questions and remarks on some best practice interventions on archaeology and wellbeing and on the methodology. The event highlighted the long tradition of Cypriot studies at Trinity, of which now also LOGGIA is integral part.