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Assistant Professor with time contract

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Mesut Dinler, received a PhD in Architectural and Landscape Heritage Program at the Politecnico di Torino. He was involved in various international conservation projects, including projects managed by the Getty Conservation Institute, the Association for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, Historic Charleston Foundation with US/ICOMOS. As assistant professor with time contract, he is currently involved in the management of heritage-related research projects, including those funded by the European Commission. He is the 2022 ICCROM fellow. His research interests include urban and architectural history, political and social role of cultural heritage digital humanities. On these topics, he has published in several international journals - including Urban History, Sustainability, J. of Cult. Her. Manag. and Sust. Dev., Int. Jour. of Hist. Archaeo., Aistarch, ArcHistor - and is the author of the book “Modernization through Past” (ETS, 2019).

(Area 0008 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura)
Identifiers ORCID: 0000-0001-5816-1278
Scopus Author ID: 57189937054
Skills and keywords

ERC sectors

SH5_13 - Computational Modelling and Digitisation in the Cultural Sphere SH5_8 - Cultural studies, cultural identities and memories, cultural heritage SH6_10 - Global history, transnational history, comparative history, entangled histories SH5_6 - History of art and architecture, arts-based research SH6_8 - Modern and contemporary history SH2_9 - Urban, regional and rural studies


Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities


Architectural heritage Architectural history and theory Beni culturali Cultural heritage Digital humanities Patrimonio culturale Patrimonio urbano Storia dell'architettura contemporanea
Scientific responsibilities and other assignments

Awards and Honors

  • Turkey Armenia Travel Grant conferred by Hrant Dink Foundation (2014)
  • Reymond Lemaiore Fund, conferred by ICOMOS (2015)
  • The Scott Opler Fellowship conferred by Society of Architectural Historians (2017)
  • ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property) Fellow conferred by ICCROM (2022)