Faculty of Arts
Heritage Conservation in Aotearoa
Addresses the main principles of heritage conservation focusing on the rationale rather than treatment method. Special emphasis is given to the fields of: conservation of place, archaeological, maori building, ethnographic, fine art and paper conservation. Provides students with a cultural orientation to conservation where issues are examined through several contexts, including anthropological studies and conservation science.
NB: enrolment is limited to 20 students, with selection within the following categories based on the best three Anthropology courses and Grade Point Average: 1) Anthropology major or Anthropological Science major; 2) Anthropology minor; 3) Other.
Coordinator(s) Dilys Johns
Caple, Chris Conservation skills judgement, method and decision making. Routledge 2000.
ANTHRO 340: 15.0 points
ANTHRO 100 and 101, and ANTHRO 200 or 201 or 203 or HERITAGE 200 or MUSEUMS 200, or 120 points passed