Engage with heritage and explore the ways is shapes history, memory and our sense of identity.
Museums, country houses and galleries are more than neutral repositories of history. They are governed and shaped by individuals, organizations and societies that use the past and its objects to tell stories about who were are today. These modules engage with the construction of heritage, and challenge you to grapple with the way it is used to shape meanings of the past.
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If you’re attracted to this sub-theme, you might also like to explore the discovery modules in ‘Personal and Professional Development: Research, Collaboration and Public Engagement’ and ‘Power and Conflict: Cultural, Popular Cultural and Performative’
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This information is for the 2017-18 academic year. You can you use the filters to show only results that match your requirements.
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