THE CONCEPT OF INTEGRATIVE HERITAGE PROTECTION THROUGH A NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAM OF HERITOLOGY – PROTECTION HERITAGE ON THE ALFA BK UNIVERSITY IN BELGRADE

Authors

  • Mila Popovic Zivancevic

Keywords:

integrative protection, sustainable development, heritology, academic education.

Abstract

The basic task of the new Heritology studies is mastering the concept of integrative heritage protection, unified concern for cultural and natural heritage together. This approach is an integral and equal part of sustainable development which are economic prosperity, social harmony and preservation of the natural and living environment (common concern for cultural and natural heritage). The basic structure of the study program consists of four content entities, mutually intertwined: Material heritage, Intangible heritage, Natural heritage, Heritage management. The program has an interdisciplinary character and provides academic education and practical training through various content and methods in the fields of DHP, PMP, TTP Science and the Art Field. The purpose of the study to enable students to directly connect the theory, methodology and practice of conservation with the valorization of the values that must be preserved, physical-chemical, biological and technological research with conservation methods of preventive conservation, curative conservation and restoration; documentation, promotion and presentation. Also, the studies should be trained students within the local and national communities to develop awareness that there is the need for systematic care of their own heritage, that heritage is very sensitive to inproper handling and management, and a variety of...

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2017-11-15