(ANTH 440) Conservation of Intangible Culture
Exploration of the varieties of intangible culture, the ethics and practices of documentation, and strategies for developing and managing conservation projects.
Course Learning Outcomes
- Critically assess the place of intangible culture in communities, cultural regions, nations, and global relations.
- Become familiar with the theoretical, ethical, economic, and political implications of intangible culture conservation.
- Master deep appreciation for the varieties of intangible culture in comparative cultural contexts.
- Develop methodologies for the documentation, conservation, and public uses of intangible culture.
- Learn to be ethical, collaborative, and respectful in studying, documenting, and using intangible culture resources.
- Develop skills in planning, developing, and managing intangible culture conservation projects.