Heritage Protection - ARC00043M
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- Department: Archaeology
- Module co-ordinator: Dr. Louise Cooke
- Credit value: 5 credits
- Credit level: M
Academic year of delivery: 2018-19
Module will run
||Autumn Term 2018-19
||Spring Term 2018-19
- to familiarise with the key UK legislation, policy and guidance for the historic environment
- to enable students to understand the key statutory roles, organisations, and processes in heritage protection in the UK
- to introduce the scope and diversity of international heritage policy and conservation charters
- to introduce students to the respective roles of the key organisations involved internationally.
Module learning outcomes
By the end of the module, students should:
- be familiar with the history and scope of the key statutory and policy instruments which relate to heritage protection in the UK
- understand the roles of key UK organisations in the implementation of statutory and non-statutory protection of the historic environment
- be able to critically appraise proposals for change to heritage assets and their setting in relation to legislative frameworks and public policy
- be aware of the range of international heritage policy and the key international conservation charters
- appreciate the roles of the principal organisations involved internationally in heritage conservation.
Academic and graduate skills
- able to work effectively as a team
- developed time management and presentation skills
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Special assessment rules
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Reading lists are published to the module web pages or VLE.
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