Introduction to Heritage Studies and Management

Summary
Principal Teacher – Ms Leora Pezarkar
Medium – English

Description

Heritage, a valuable bequest… is a legacy, an inheritance of worth, from the past. A reminder of what you were, lessons that you should learn, follow and lessons you need to unlearn. Memories that ought to be cherished, interrogated from the vantage position of the times you indwell in.

Heritage, a word that is often confused with tradition, custom, habit and culture as they too are all dependent on values of honour, courage, pride and at times we misuse them.
Allow this course to take you on a journey to understand what is heritage, what it means, and what the theories about it foretell. Learn about heritage management, the studies around them, the laws, acts and charters that govern them. Learn about tangible and intangible cultural heritages by travelling through archaeological sites and indigenous knowledge systems. Experience what the past has handed down to you and know how dead ancestors and future generations are bridged… Without which you will always be at a loss or Lost.

1
What is Heritage?
1:26
2
Built Heritage
1:21
3
Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH)
1:25
4
Indigenous Knowledge systems (IKS)
1:11
5
Archeological sites and its management
1:36
6
Heritage Management
1:26

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Lectures: 6
Level: Beginner

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