Ri-Vista and COVID-19
Call for Papers time sensitive: LANDSCAPE AND CORONAVIRUS
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
What should we not forget at the end of this emergency? In this moment of emergency while looking at the world with a different glance, we are called to reactive reflections and critics. The academic community is used to publish the outcomes of research after a long time spent collecting and processing information, but this time the call changes the rules. The aim is to edit considerations, however scientific, arising from an ongoing situation: something like a logbook, a storage of memories for an ordinary, hopefully not-so-far, tomorrow.
The current circumstances that we are experiencing, with the massive spreading of Coronavirus all over the world, especially in the most densely populated urban areas motivate us to publish a special issue of Ri-Vista dedicated to the relationship between landscape and Covid-19 epidemic, that is questioning current ways of living and producing.
ISSN 1724-6768 (online)
Ri-Vista is an open access semiannual journal in electronic format. It operates through international call for papers and double blind peer review. Founded in 2003, since 2014 Ri-Vista is part of the scientific journals of the Department of Architecture of the University of Florence and in 2015 a second series was launched. The journal deals with Landscape Architecture in a traditional disciplinary openness to the contributions of sciences otherwise competent, consolidated over the years in accordance with the nature of the discipline to which it is dedicated.
Emanuela Morelli, Università di Firenze, Italy
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Vol 17, No 2 (2019): Tutela
Published March 13, 2020