This research starts from the results of the “Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe” (CHCfE) project, which highlights the need to apply the holistic approach when measuring the impact of Cultural Heritage making it an active part of sustainable development. In this research, CHCfE was scaled on and adapted to the Italian case of the Imperial Fora in Rome, in order to create a tool to manage a complex archaeological area in an urban context: the simulation dates back to 2017 but does not seem to be outdated. The Italian case lays the foundations for a debate on good practice in line with the milestones incorporated into the repository of the recent SoPHIA platform. The experimentation has developed a new method—the HACHI Method (the Holistic Approach to the Cultural Heritage Impact Method)—which is still fully aligned with these principles and is partof the current debate, with strong elements of innovation: it is our intention to illustrate the key elements of this method, enphasising its potential for other contexts

The “Holistic Approach to the Cultural Heritage Impact Method” (HACHI Method) as a Method for Indicator-based Impact Analysis: An Application to the Case of Imperial Fora in Rome (Italy) / Coscia, Cristina; Aterelli, Irene. - ELETTRONICO. - 6:2(2024), pp. 1-37. [10.20900/jsr20240015]

The “Holistic Approach to the Cultural Heritage Impact Method” (HACHI Method) as a Method for Indicator-based Impact Analysis: An Application to the Case of Imperial Fora in Rome (Italy)

Coscia, Cristina;Aterelli, Irene
2024

Abstract

This research starts from the results of the “Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe” (CHCfE) project, which highlights the need to apply the holistic approach when measuring the impact of Cultural Heritage making it an active part of sustainable development. In this research, CHCfE was scaled on and adapted to the Italian case of the Imperial Fora in Rome, in order to create a tool to manage a complex archaeological area in an urban context: the simulation dates back to 2017 but does not seem to be outdated. The Italian case lays the foundations for a debate on good practice in line with the milestones incorporated into the repository of the recent SoPHIA platform. The experimentation has developed a new method—the HACHI Method (the Holistic Approach to the Cultural Heritage Impact Method)—which is still fully aligned with these principles and is partof the current debate, with strong elements of innovation: it is our intention to illustrate the key elements of this method, enphasising its potential for other contexts
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