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Teaching Responsibilities

 


Undergraduate
 
PKM 266 Cultural Resource Management
(1993-current)
Examines the type, variety and occurrence of historical and pre-historical archaeological sites in Australia and the basic methods and techniques used to record them. Deals with the technical aspects and classificatory systems relating to archaeological sites and their constituents, which are necessary for their evaluation and description. Examines basic salvage strategies, and site value assessment procedures. This subject has a residential school.
 
PKM 397 Cultural Heritage Site Management
(2005-current)
Heritage Site Management provides an overview of the practice and philosophy of cultural heritage site management with regard to both Indigenous and European heritage places. The subject examines the nature of hazards impacting on heritage places (environmental decay, natural disasters, visitors) and the techniques and management strategies required.
 
PKM 398 Cultural Heritage Policy and Planning
(2005-current)
This subject is orientated towards identification of practical and political problems and issues within cultural resource management at a local government level. Students will be empowered to developed comprehensive heritage plans.
 
PKM 399 Cultural Heritage Project
(2005-current)
The subject will provide the student with conceptual and practical experience in applied cultural resource management. The student will address day-to-day heritage management issues in collaboration with a local government heritage manager or heritage services provider
 
 
PKM 365 Protected Area Planning
(1993-2001)
Collaborative teaching, contributing the cultural heritage component to the subject
 
PKM 245 Historic Environment
(2001 -2003)
 
PKM 368 Physical Conservation Techniques
(1993-2004)
 
PKM 373 Cultural Resource Policies and Planning
(1993-2004)
 
ART 201 / ART 411 Heritage Practices
(2000-2003)
 
PKM 366 Site Survey and Design
(1993-1997)
Examines the type, variety and occurrence of historical and pre-historical archaeological sites in Australia and the basic methods and techniques used to record them. Deals with technical aspects and classificatory systems relating to archaeological sites and their constituents, which are necessary for their evaluation and description. Basic salvage strategies are examined and site value assessment procedures explored. This subject has a residential school.
 


Postgraduate
 
PKM 402 Cultural Heritage Management
(1994-2004)


This document forms part of the hypertext curriculum vitaeof Dr. Dirk H.R. Spennemann (Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australia). If you arrived at this page through a search engine you may wish to call up http://csusap.csu.edu.au/~dspennem which will link you to the top of the frame-based CV.