Subject: Heritage and development
Course: Heritage and development
ECTS credits: 6
Language: Croatian
Duration: 1 semester (summer)
Status: Compulsory
Method of teaching: 2 lecture hours and 2 hours of seminar weekly
Prerequisite: n/a
Assessment: written exam

Course description:
Introductory lecture; The World today: Ideas, Movements, Challenges; World and Development; Sustainable Development; Collective memory; Identity, Survival, Continuity; Critic of Museum Practice; Social ethics of Heritage; Social (Community) Projects; Heritage Institutions as counter-active tool; Cybernetic Museum; Sustainable Development; Eco-museums and Community Museums; Cultural Industry; Heritage industry; Creative Industry; Cultural Tourism; The art of Heritage Communication; Total Museum (Heritage Networks, Virtual Museum)

Course objectives:
To introduce and understand the relations within the contemporary society and the role of the heritage within it; to introduce the sources, the role and the possibilities of heritage implementation, as well as the current and possible practice ways of functioning in the society and development strategy.

Quality check and success of the course: Quality check and success of the course will be done by combining internal and external evaluation. Internal evaluation will be done by teachers and students using survey method at the end of semester. The external evaluation will be done by colleagues attending the course, by monitoring and assessment of the course.

Reading list:
1. Davis, Peter. Ecomuseums - sense of place. London; New York : Leicester University Press, 1999. (or 2nd Edition, 2011.)
2. Sorensen, M.L.S. & Carman, J. (eds.). Heritage Studies: Methods and Approaches. London : Routledge, 2009.
3. Harrison, Rodney. Heritage: Critical Approaches. Abingdon and New York : Routledge, 2013.
4. Šola, Tomislav. Eseji o muzejima i njihovoj teoriji - prema kibernetičkom muzeju. Zagreb : Hrvatski nacionalni komitet ICOM-a, 2003.
5. Collection of selected articles (available at the FFZG Omega e-learning)
Additional reading list:
1. Barnes, Julian. Engleska, Engleska. Zagreb. Celeber. 2000.