Beyond Eboli. Issues of rural order

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Antonio Di Campli, Chiara Nifosì
Publishing Year 2024 Issue 2023/104
Language Italian Pages 3 P. 16-18 File size 99 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2023-104002
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This section proposes reflections around different conditions and meanings attributed to rural areas and how these produce effects and are reflected in spatial configuration and thinking, informing different ideas of rurality. The aim is to capture the richness and breadth of research on the topic and, possibly, anticipate some of the themes and approaches that will be at the centre of rural investigation and design in the coming years. The hypothesis put forward is that, since 2008, the succession of ecological, economic and, lately health, has triggered profound, and at the same time opaque, processes of redefinition of western rural spaces and societies, marked by new phenomena of social shattering, conflicts, distancing and new interactions between social groups, ecologies and forms of spatial production.

Keywords: rural issue; rurale space; spatial thinking

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Antonio Di Campli, Chiara Nifosì, Oltre Eboli. Questioni di ordine rurale in "TERRITORIO" 104/2023, pp 16-18, DOI: 10.3280/TR2023-104002