Researching the Historic Environment – Heritage Science and Beyond!
Where : Portsmouth
When: Postponed until late 2019
This course aims to enable CDP students to articulate the approaches and methods which a national heritage agency uses to research the historic environment, working in partnership with other organisations and to assess the heritage management context in which we work. It also aims to allow students to discuss methods and approaches of how the results of scientific investigation can be disseminated to audiences outside of the academy, specifically with the aim of engaging the public with the value of heritage. We will do this through examination of the role of Heritage Science in its various forms with practical examples and case studies.
Bookings open TBC.