Heritage Conservation (11015.2)
|Level:||Introductory Unit Level|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Design|
|Discipline:||School of Arts and Communications|
UC - Canberra, Bruce
Year Teaching Period Convener Mode of Delivery 2020 Semester 2 DR Stephen BROWN (Ph: ) FLEXIBLE
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In this unit you will be introduced to the concept of heritage as a social process of using and valuing aspects of the past in the present. We will review the origins, history and philosophy of the contemporary heritage conservation movement by examining key manifestos and examples, including from the UK, Scandinavia, France, China, India and the USA. We will then focus on the post-war rise of heritage as a major feature of national cultural politics and international cultural diplomacy, and use UNESCO's World Heritage List as a device to examine how place and landscape embody memory and cultural heritage significance for different communities. We will focus on the material remnants of the past in built environments and cultural landscapes, but also consider how cultural values, materiality, cultural knowledge and practice, are entangled, and how conservation approaches this complexity.
After successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
1. Interpret and apply concepts of heritage value, significance and the philosophical underpinnings of different approaches to conservation;
2. Explain and contextualise the history of heritage conservation and its regional traditions and approaches;
3. Analyse and compare different approaches to heritage conservation from different periods and national contexts; and
4. Apply understandings of heritage value and conservation to the analysis of approaches to heritage conservation, including assessments of heritage value and conservation management plans.
One 1 hour lecture and one 2 hour interactive workshop per week.
8948 People, Place and the Past.
- ARB002 Bachelor of Arts (Culture and Heritage)
- 912AA Bachelor of Arts in Architecture
- 793AA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
- 992AA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies / Bachelor of Media Arts and Production
- 818AA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Commerce
- 221JA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Communication in Advertising
- 222JA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Communication in Journalism
- 223JA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Communication in Media and Public Affairs
- 224JA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Communication in Public Relations
- 280JA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Event and Tourism Management
- 369JA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Journalism
- 821AA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Laws
- 822AA Bachelor of Arts in International Studies/Bachelor of Management
- ARSC03 Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Laws
- ARAR01 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Communication and Media
- ARSC01 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science in Psychology
- 357JA Bachelor of Building and Construction Management
- MGAR03 Bachelor of Business/ Bachelor of Arts
- 206JA Bachelor of Design
- 215JA Bachelor of Heritage, Museums and Conservation
- 288JA Bachelor of Industrial Design
- 289JA Bachelor of Interior Architecture
- 320JA Bachelor of Journalism
- 290JA Bachelor of Landscape Design
- SCAR02 Bachelor of Politics and International Relations/ Bachelor of Arts
- 984AA Bachelor of Writing
- ABB001 Bachelor of the Built Environment (Architecture)
- ABB002 Bachelor of the Built Environment (Interior Architecture)
- ABB003 Bachelor of the Built Environment (Landscape Architecture)
- ARMG02 Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Event and Tourism Management