AIM709 - Intangible Heritage
|Year||2016 unit information|
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 1: Burwood (Melbourne), Cloud (online)|
Cloud (online): Learning experiences are via CloudDeakin.
Campus: Students are required to attend a 2 day a week intensive for 3 weeks.
Module 1: Intangible Cultural Heritage: Significance
- The intangible cultural heritage: definition, significance and conservation principles
- Issues of economic valorisation
- Issues of authenticity and change
- Collecting and making tangible records of the intangible heritage
- Legal issues: intellectual property, copyright and patents 1: Intangible heritage and ownership. Is this an impossible premise?
- Legal issues: intellectual property, copyright and patents 2: Capturing and Preserving the Intangible Cultural Heritage: a Challenging Paradox.
- Intangible Cultural Heritage: Embodied Cultural Properties
- Intangible Cultural Heritage and Language
- Multicultural Intangible Heritage
Two assignments totalling 4500 words (40% and 50% respectively); and on-line class participation of at least 3 posts totalling 500 words (10%).