Programme info

Micro-credential: More and More: Pasts, Presents, Futures, ‘Heritage’

Learning outcomes

This micro-credential focuses on the following learning outcomes.

1. The participant is able to read and understand the decrees and regulations concerning immovable, tangible and intangible heritage.

2. The participant can estimate and assess the impact of legislation on actors and communities owning and managing heritage.

3. The participant can identify and explain the major trends in heritage politics, with regard to the international context.

4. The participant is able to identify, explain and discuss the evolution, the core concepts and models, the networks of protagonists, the potential and challenges of the critical heritage studies paradigm in the 2010s and 2020s..

5. The participant is able to critically comment on the relevance of “actor-network theory”, “connectivity”, “human-thing entanglement” and “distributed agency” in contemporary heritage theories and practices.

6. The participant is able to mobilize and combine elements from the critical heritage studies paradigm, to craft, support and/or defend an argument about a contemporary heritage related issue or controversy.

Evaluation

1. Heritage: Genealogies and Precursors

  • Written examination without oral presentation
  • Open-question

2. Heritage: Policy and Legal Aspects

  • Written examination without oral presentation
    Closed book
  • Continuous assessment:
    Exercises
  • Other assessment methods:
    Written assignment

3. Heritage: Critical Studies

  • Written examination without oral presentation
  • Paper
  • Continuous assessment:
    Assignments