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The History Room Jose' Antonio Echeverria, of CUJAE (SHC from now on, by its acronym in Spanish), showed relevant facts, personalities and awards achieved by the institution from its foundation until 1984. Even in 2002 it was frequently visited by students and other interested parties. The physical deterioration of the premises and certain methodological inadequacies in cultural promotion had an impact on its function and aesthetics. In 2016 it reopened its doors with a new functional approach centered on the principles of university sociocultural work (extension management) (M. Gonzalez Fernandez-Larrea, 2002). Hence, the objective of the present is to base theoretically and methodologically the integrative management used for the SHC to enrich the university cultural heritage and make it sustainable, a creative initiative of the Heritage Conservation Group and its adviser for the management of extension of the socio-cultural project.
Methods: documentary analysis, literature study, interview, participant observation and judging criteria. Results: Theoretical-methodological basis of the integrated management of the SHC for its sustainability, interactive chronogram, structure-strategy-organizational culture link in the SHC strategic projection, design of the SHC socio-cultural project, SHC computerization, integration of the substantive processes, with emphasis on the extension through the praxis of integral formation.
The SHC is a center promoting culture whose greatest contribution is manifested in the university heritage; it works through the integrative management of the substantive processes that makes it sustainable, and from which it manages to validate the praxis of integral formation as a novel academic form for professional training.
Keywords: History room, university sociocultural work (or extension management), praxis of integral formation.

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Meticulously designed and planned, Hsinking, capital of Manchukuo, was intended to serve as the main showcase of the Japanese colonial rule in Asia and, at the same time, to represent the test for a wider range of urban projects. For this reason the city featured all those modern tools that was not possible to develop in the Japanese populous cities. In Hsinking, a small village before the Japanese invasion of Manchuria, architects and planners could freely experiment a variety of architectural solutions and urban approaches and, simultaneously, implement their fantasies of modernity in order to apply them on a larger scale throughout the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere.
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Oltre Akragas: riflessioni sulla valorizzazione della Valle dei Templi
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Utopie del dinamismo urbano
Since the mid-nineteenth century, the metropolis appeared as one of the most dramatic and contradictory manifestations of the modern age, characterized by cultural and functional problems which required radical reforms in the issues of traffic and transport, in the housing and the organization of domestic life. The futurist Umberto Boccioni interpreted the explosive growth of the city in paintings like ''La citta' che sale'' and Mario Sironi in new urban landscapes of the industrial suburbs. In 1926, the German director Fritz Lang filmed ''Metropolis'' with the expressionist scenography of Erich Kettelhut. The dynamism and the problem of the future of the city became protagonists of discussions of the European, American and Japanese neo avant-garde, until the early seventies. During 1968, Italian radical groups, such as Archizoom or Superstudio, articulated a critique of capitalist cities, putting into question the structure and meaning in the urban utopia of a constant dynamism.
This paper, through the analysis of paintings and urban visions of the twentieth century, proposes to examine numerous design mode that investigated the theme of urban dynamism, looking for solutions or highlighting the limits of these futuristic utopias.
Keywords: metropolis, future progress, constant dynamism.

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Progresso e Utopia
The utopian visions of Metropolis (1895) imagined by King Camp Gillette during the Brown Decades at the end of ninetieth, and the Universal Architecture (1932) proposed by Richard Buckminster Fuller in the twenties of twentieth century, are discussed and compared as being paradigms of community and urban planning programs. Both visions share indeed an absolute faith in science and technology progress as privileged vectors of an equally distributed wealth, while diverge on the institutional forms required in order to make effective their proposals. These urban visions, though different from the temporal and ideological point of view, not only give evidence to the impact of the utopian literature on the improvement and the transformation of the physical context, but constitute the theoretical foundation of technological utopianism and of iper-realism till the post-modernity.
Keywords: Utopia, Urban Planning, Community Planning, Architectural History, Technology


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