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ARCHLGY 77: Heritage Theory and Practice: Current Approaches to Tangible and Intangible Heritage (ANTHRO 77)

This is an introductory course to heritage studies that aims at familiarizing undergraduates with how heritage has been theorized and utilized by multi-disciplinary practitioners in the present global context. It will walk students through how heritage conversations evolved from being primarily dedicated to material tangibility that was rooted in inherent 'heritage value', to a deeper understanding of given value through intangibility of heritage. The focus will be on familiarizing students with the multi-disciplinary and agentic approach to heritage studies in the present day, which manifests in critical conversations in architecture, archaeology, and, anthropology, which are instrumentalized within issues of policy, conflict, urban & non-urban development, museums, social fabric & culture, etc.
Terms: Win | Units: 3-5 | UG Reqs: WAY-SI
Instructors: Gupta, S. (PI)
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