TPTI (in english)
TPTI: information in english
Erasmus Mundus Master's Degree TPTI1
Industrial Technologies, Heritage and Territories
History, Enhancement, and Education :
-University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France)
-University of Evora (Portugal)
-University of Padua (Italy)
Application deadline February, 10 2007
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The Master original French title is:
Techniques, Patrimoines, Territoires de l'Industrie: Histoire, Valorisation,
Didactique - TPTI.
TPTI: Scientific quality at education service in the field of history of technology, cultural goods and industrial heritage
The universities of Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne (France), Evora (Portugal), and Padua (Italy) are pleased to announce their joint Erasmus Mundus Master's degree entitled :
Industrial Technology, Heritage and Territories: History, Enhancement and Education (TPTI).
An innovative teaching method
TPTI combines three complementary areas of specialisation within a single educational course:
History of Technology; Management and Enhancement of
Historical and Cultural Heritage; and Conservation and Management of the Industrial Heritage and the Industrial Landscape.
The teaching model of the TPTI Master's course requires course attendance, participation to seminars and field workshops, the engagement with primary and secondary sources, project work in small groups under the tutor's supervision, and one-to-one tutorials.
The teaching team In Paris:
A.-F. Garçon, D. Arribet-Deroin, J. -F. Belhoste, R. Carvais, A. Conchon, G. Dorel-Ferré, M.Flonneau, A. Gras, V. Guigueno A.-C. Hauglustaine, N. Lemaitre, D. Margairaz, E. Rieth.
A. Cardoso de Matos, F. Barros, M. P. Diogo, Á. Ferreira da Silva, A. Fialho Conde, J. A. Gomes Machado, , J. M. Mascarenhas, P. Guimarães, P. Simões Rodrigues, J. Sampaio, F.Themudo Barata, T. Saraiva, M. L. Santos.
G. L. Fontana, G. Bonfiglio Dosio, P. Chierici, G. Guerzoni, F. Mancuso, M. Negri, E. Novello, M. Preite,
A high-quality scientific network
Among TPTI's scientific network are experts in technologies and technical cultures, social history of industry, industrial archaeology, and management of the territory and regional development.
The network includes the School of Architecture of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; the Pontificia Universidad Católica in Chile; the Pachuca-Real del Monte
Archives Centre in Mexico; the Campinas State University in Brazil; the Institute of History and Archaeology in Ekaterinburg, Russia; the Charles University and the
Faculty of Electrotechnology of the Czech Technical University in Prague; the Polytechnic University of Catalonia; the School of Industrial Engineering of Barcelona; the International Network for Engineering Studies (INES), the International Network - Tensions of Europe - Technology and the Making of Europe (HISTECH); the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT); the International Committee of the Conservation of Industrial Heritage (TICCIH).
TPTI welcomes non-European teaching staff and researchers
The consortium welcomes teaching staff and researchers from non-European countries.
Every year each of the three partner universities will give hospitality to one
scholar for a three-month period.
TPTI in practice
The following qualifications are the minimum requirements for enrolment in the TPTI course:
- A university qualification (Licenciatura, Bachelor's degree, Diploma di laurea di primo livello) in one of the following disciplines: history; geography and territorial management; archaeology; economics of cultural heritage; physical and natural sciences (metals, geology); and
- A qualification recognised by universities and/or higher education institutions of engineering; architecture; and landscape and heritage sciences.
The Master's degree is also open to students with relevant professional experience:
architects, experts working in the field of cultural heritage, curators, restorers, and archaeologists.
The Master's degree course will recognise appropriately documented professional experience and other relevant qualifications.
- 14 bursaries are available for non-European students. Each bursary is 42,000 Euro for a total period of two years.
European students can attend the whole or part of the course within the structure of the traditional Erasmus bursaries.
- 3 bursaries are available for non-European teaching staff and researchers. Each bursary is 12,000 Euro for a period of 3 months.
Further information can be obtained from the Enrolment page on the website.
Working languages :
The teaching languages are English and French.
TPTI is structured in 4 semesters
- First semester in Paris-Sorbonne:
History of technology
- Second semester in Evora:
Management and promotion of cultural heritage
- Third semester in Padua:
Conservation, management, enhancement and communication of industrial heritage
- Fourth semester in Paris, Evora or Padua:
writing of a dissertation
TPTI enables the acquisition of scientific expertise and professional skills
TPTI provides access to PhD programmes opportunities for employment in a number of fields including: museums, archives and repositories; consultancy in the
management and promotion of cultural, territorial and industrial heritage; technicalscientific journalism; and teaching.
Register via our website where additional information is also available:
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