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This course offers an introduction to the history, theory and current debates in relation to Museums and Cultural Heritage. It will examine the origins of museums, their changing role and responsibilities before focusing on museums in the twenty-first century: new kinds of heritage (intangible and digital); management and conservation of collections today; exhibitions and interpretation; ethics and challenging exhibitions; and public programming. Case studies will be drawn from international practice.
COURSE SCHEDULE 2020:
27 July - BLOCK 1: Museums 101. The Origins of Museums.
3 Aug - The role and responsibilities of the Museum.
10 Aug - BLOCK 2: Museums in the 21st Century. Museology + theory: The Third Museum Age.
17 Aug - New kinds of heritage: Intangible + Digital Heritage. Assignment 1 ** Case Study due
24 Aug - Collections now: Management + Conservation
31 Aug - Exhibitions + Interpretation
Mid-Semester Break 7-20 Sept 2020
21 Sept - Ethics + the Museum ** Annotated bibliography due this week
28 Sept - Public Programming
5 Oct - Seminars, week 1
12 Oct - Seminars, week 2
19 Oct - Seminars, week 3 - ** Research essay due one week after presentation
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