Thesis cultural heritage management
The challenges of the 21st century and an expanded drive to remain connected to our traditions and history have increased the need for forward-thinking management and preservation strategies. In our fast-paced society, the need to understand where we have come from cannot be overstated. An integrated approach that is both forward-thinking and strategically linked with sustainability, development, and community will be required for heritage management and preservation efforts to succeed. The past and the present are indispensable to our future, from the built environment of historic sites, monuments, and cities, to full landscapes and the unique biodiversity of natural habitats, to the intangible gems of our global cultures — music, dance, food, dress, craft.
Ph.D. Cultural Heritage and Applied Anthropology
Course - Master's Thesis in Cultural Heritage Management - KULMI - NTNU
Deadline 30 June Find out more and apply now. We offer two postgraduate research-only programmes, whether you are looking to complete your academic studies with a PhD or pursue your research at Masters level. The College of Arts and Law offers excellent support to its postgraduates, from libraries and research spaces, to careers support and funding opportunities. Learn more about your postgraduate experience. The same fees apply to both campus-based and distance learning study.
Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education
Study the identification, collection, interpretation, management and politics of the past. After 40 years, cultural heritage and museum studies at Deakin is the largest and the longest running program of its kind in Australia. Internships and international field work, as well as visits to museums, galleries and heritage sites, will give you valuable professional experience and a headstart to an exciting career. A postgraduate qualification can be undertaken by students who have already completed an undergraduate degree or possess significant, demonstrable work experience. They provide students the opportunity to carry out highly specialised research under expert supervision.
Rome is at the center of debates about global heritage. With major international organizations based in the city, as well as the greatest concentration of heritage monuments and works in the world, Rome serves as the ideal base from which to prepare students for a career in this field. This graduate degree program shapes a new type of professional by offering liberal arts, humanities and social science graduates the opportunity to acquire the expertise and practical skills necessary to become a heritage professional in the 21 st century. AUR was crucial in helping me to understand that no matter the opportunities you get or the places you go, if the community or the people there don't value you then the opportunity is meaningless. At AUR, we all felt valued.