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UNDERSTANDING HERITAGE: FROM LANDMARKS TO THEME PARKS

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UNDERSTANDING HERITAGE: FROM LANDMARKS TO THEME PARKS

2014 Spring Term

3 Units

Anthropology 320

What is heritage and what role does it play in determining who and what we are and what we might be? This course explores these questions seeking to explain how groups define heritage, use it, and varyingly preserve it. Topics include resource management systems, the World Heritage program, activist groups, impacts of heritage tourism and looting.

Other Requirements: PREREQ: SOPHOMORE STANDING

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