Eighty international experts addressed the importance of Mudejarism at the 15th International Symposium on Mudejarism, a meeting with a record number of papers, 45, and which paid tribute to Gonzalo M. Borrás Gualis, a fundamental promoter for the recognition of Mudejarism as World Heritage and one of the great scholars and disseminators of this cultural legacy.

Territorio Mudéjar took part in this symposium, organised by the Centro de Estudios Mudéjares (CEM) of the Instituto de Estudios Turolenses (IET), of the Council of Teruel, with the collaboration of the Teruel City Council, entitled “Unidad y diversidad en las culturas mudéjar y morisca” (Unity and diversity in the Mudejar and Moorish cultures).

Specifically, Victoria Trasobares presented the paper “Territorio Mudéjar, claves para la creación de un modelo estratégico de gestión de Patrimonio Mundial en ámbito rural: las consecuencias del legado del profesor Gonzalo M. Borrás Gualis” (Territorio Mudéjar, keys to the creation of a strategic model for the management of World Heritage in rural areas: the consequences of the legacy of Professor Gonzalo M. Borrás Gualis).

In addition, together with Irene Ruiz Bazán, from the Polytechnic of Torino (Italy) and researcher of the past editions of the Territorio Mudéjar stays, she gave the presentation “El análisis de significancia como base para la realización de un plan de Conservación Preventiva. El caso de la torre mudéjar de la iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción en Terrer (Zaragoza)”.

Likewise, the researchers led by Carlos Guallart Moreno in the 2019 Stays for the project “Materiales pedagógicos para el Mudéjar” (Pedagogical materials for the Mudejar) presented the application made for its use in secondary school classrooms, the contents of which we are still working on adapting to new technologies.

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