|Cultural Heritage Management - HPSC2881||
Over 40,000 years of human habitation has helped to shape Australia's environment. Examines the policies and processes of managing both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal (historical/European) 'cultural heritage'. It will define the notion of 'cultural heritage' and examine to what extent the Australian environment may be defined as 'natural'. Identifies and examines the values attributed to cultural heritage items, sites and places by a variety of interest groups, and critically examines the legal, ethical and policy requirements which dictate management processes.
Note: Taught by Nura Gili (Indigenous Programs)