This module introduces students to the fundamental concepts in cultural heritage, looking at different communities roles in creating and preserving their own heritage and the context in which these heritage institutions and practices exist.
This module aims to provide critical skills needed for managing of cultural heritage, with a particular focus on Chinese cultural heritage in and outside of China.
This module aims to examine the impact of technological advances, both advantages and disadvantages on cultural heritage management in general before discussing the Chinese context further.
This module comprises of a taught element and 10-week Industrial Placement in a heritage organisation which preferably holds a Chinese collection.
This module comprises of a taught component to develop their research focus followed by a supervised dissertation. Students are required to provide a dissertation relating to cultural heritage management.