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Cristina Giovanni

Industrializzazione, archeologia e intervento pubblico nella Calabria del dopoguerra: il caso della Piana di Sibari (1945-1971)

pp.315-347, DOI 10.17426/60049

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Abstract: The paper analyses territorial planning in post-war Sibari Plain. There are two factors of continuity in such a “long” planning history that dates back to fascism. The first one is the proximity between reclamation/industry areas and archaeological settlements. The second one is the relationship, both from the hydrogeological and institutional point of view, between the Sibari Plain and the valley of the Crati river. On the one hand, the overlap between industry and archeology/agriculture areas prompted a fierce strife both locally and nationally. On the other hand, the transition from an industrial unit (NI), centred on Sibari, to a greater industrial area (ASI) showed the greater weight of the Provincial Capital of Cosenza against the towns of the Piana, in a context of redefining regional hierarchies concurrently with the establishment of the Regional institution, in 1970. 

Keywords: Calabria; State intervention; Industrialisation vs. Archaeology; Land improvement; Regional hierarchies

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  • Url: http://croma.uniroma3.it/?contenuto=ultimo-fascicolo&idarticolo=1479
  • DOI: 10.17426/60049
  • citazione: G. Cristina, Industrializzazione, archeologia e intervento pubblico nella Calabria del dopoguerra: il caso della Piana di Sibari (1945-1971), "Città & Storia", XII/2, pp.315-347, DOI: 10.17426/60049
 
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