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architecture educator

Patrizia Riganti, Italian architecture educator. Achievements include research in contingent valuation techniques to value complex cultural goods such as archaeological sites has been the first of its kind and very well received by the international community, sustainable development of the built environment, and the assessment.

Background

Riganti, Patrizia Daughter of Raffaele Riganti and Michela Velia Sabino.

Education

Laurea in Architecture, University Federico II Naples, Italy, 1989. Master of Philosophy in Urban Design, University Federico II Naples, Italy, 1993. Degree in Urban Planning, University Federico II Naples, Italy, 1995.

Doctor of Philosophy in Economics Conservation, University Federico II Naples, Italy, 1998. Postgraduate in Higher Education Teaching, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2001.

Career

Assistant architect Francesco Amodio Practice, Naples, Italy, 1990—1992, Cesare Rocchi Architectural Practice, Rome, 1992—1994. Teaching assistant University Newcastle, School Architecture Landscape & Planning, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1999—2000. Lecturer architecture Queen’s University Belfast, School Architecture, 2000—2005, University Nottingham, England, since 2005.

Research consultant University Salerno, Department Economics, Italy, 1998—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in contingent valuation techniques to value complex cultural goods such as archaeological sites has been the first of its kind and very well received by the international community, sustainable development of the built environment, and the assessment.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Center Studi di Economia del Territorio, United Nations Educational, International Council on Monuments and Sites.

Connections

father:
Raffaele Riganti

mother:
Michela Velia Sabino