Archaeology: Heritage Management in a World Context, 2015-2016
In this specialisation you will trace the roots and developments of archaeological heritage management, on land and under water.
You will learn about current approaches and ethical issues and you will experience some of these in daily practice. Attention will be paid to international treaties and organisations and issues such as ownership, values, stakeholders, repatriation, looting, and commercial archaeology.
Contemporary dilemmas of archaeological heritage management will also be addressed in depth. They relate to subjects such as public archaeology, site management, and heritage protection in conflict zones. You will meet challenging guest lecturers, with whom you can discuss the issues and dilemmas that heritage managers face. Working with professional heritage managers will give you the ideal opportunity to enhance your network.
|Methods and theory||1 / 2||I, III||5||500|
|Fieldwork / Internship||1 / 2||I, II, III, IV||5||500|
|Master thesis archaeology||1 & 2||I, II, III, IV||20||600|
|Master thesis tutorial||1 & 2||I, II, III, IV||0||500|
Specialisation 1: Heritage Management in a World Context
|Discovering the concepts of Archaeological Heritage Management||1||II||5||500|
|Exploring the dilemmas of Archaeological Heritage Management||2||III||5||500|
|Archaeology: Specialisation 2||10||500|