Study Cycle: 1
Lecturer(s): doc. dr. Čebron Lipovec Neža, izr. prof. dr. Kozorog Miha
Content-wise the course subject can be divided into four basic topics: history of conservation development in Slovenia and abroad; methods, techniques and methodology of ethnological conservation; protection models and forms of work standards as well as normative and obligatory protection at the local, national and exteroceptive level. The purpose of the course is to introduce the students to ethnological aspects of identification and recognition of cultural and natural heritage and teach them how to use such knowledge in practice and how to develop specific and compatible work methods that apply in particularly to the interdisciplinary monument protection activity. The course also focuses on the strengthening and development of traditional protection competences by disciplines and the introduction of contemporary ethnological aspects on protected areas, heritage and monuments. Protection theories are presented by means of comparison with foreign environments in the protection institutions of which ethnologists play an important role. In such environments ethnological heritage field is part of natural sciences.