Semester overview

Vorlesung Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment (2403121)

Appointments

  • Mi 09:15 - 10:45, Einzel, at 13.10.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 4, ZHG
  • Mi 09:15 - 10:45, A/B week, from 27.10.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 4, ZHG
  • Mi 09:15 - 10:45, Einzel, at 20.10.2021, LG 1A / Hörsaal 1, LG 1A

Study path

Environmental and Resource Management Master (1. - 3. ) / Examination regulations 2011 / Modul 41404 Wahlpflicht

Further information

http://www.b-tu.de/modul/41404

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment (41404)


Seminar Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment (2403122)

Appointments

  • Mo 09:15 - 10:45, A/B week, from 18.10.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 3, ZHG
  • Fr 09:15 - 17:00, Einzel, at 21.01.2022, ZHG / Seminarraum 3, ZHG
  • Fr 09:15 - 17:00, Einzel, at 17.12.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 3, ZHG
  • Fr 13:45 - 17:00, Einzel, at 10.12.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 3, ZHG

Study path

Environmental and Resource Management Master (1. - 3. ) / Examination regulations 2011 / Modul 41404 Wahlpflicht

Further information

http://www.b-tu.de/modul/41404

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment (41404)


Kolloquium Promotions – Colloquium Environmental Planing (2403152)

Appointment

Di 11:30 - 13:00, A/B week,

Study path

Environmental and Resource Management PhD / Examination regulations 2009

Content

Each student has to present the intermediate state of his or her Ph.D. research. Afterwards the they have the opportunity to discuss their research methods and topics within the group.

Remarks:
The colloquium will take place on special announcement for all Ph.D. Students of the Department Environmental Planing

Leistungsnachweis:
Status report on the progress of Ph.D. Thesis

Lehrmethoden und Lernziele:
The aim is to improve and ensure the quality of the Ph.D. thesis according to the advanced knowledge and requirements of the subject area.

 


Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Research Colloquium (12244)


Vorlesung Measuring Sustainability (2403161)

Appointments

  • Mo 13:45 - 15:15, A/B week, from 11.10.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 4, ZHG
  • Mo 13:45 - 15:15, A/B week, from 15.11.2021, LG 1A / Hörsaal 2, LG 1A

Study paths

  • Environmental and Resource Management Master (1. - 3. ) / Examination regulations 2011 / Modul 41422 Wahlpflicht
  • Environmental and Resource Management Master (1. - 3. ) / Examination regulations 2006 / Modul 41422 Ergänzung

Further information

http://www.b-tu.de/modul/41422

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Measuring Sustainability (41422)


Seminar Measuring Sustainability (2403162)

Appointments

  • Mo 15:30 - 17:00, A/B week, from 11.10.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 4, ZHG
  • Mo 15:30 - 17:00, A/B week, from 15.11.2021, LG 1A / Hörsaal 2, LG 1A
  • Do 09:15 - 17:00, Einzel, at 13.01.2022, LB 4B / B3.16
  • 09:00 - 17:00, Block week, from 27.01.2022, LB 4B / B3.16

Study paths

  • Environmental and Resource Management Master (1. - 3. ) / Examination regulations 2011 / Modul 41422 Wahlpflicht
  • Environmental and Resource Management Master (1. - 3. ) / Examination regulations 2006 / Modul 41422 Ergänzung

Further information

http://www.b-tu.de/modul/41422

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Measuring Sustainability (41422)


Vorlesung Cultural Landscapes (2403211)

Appointment

Do 15:30 - 17:00, A/B week, from 14.10.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 2, ZHG

Study path

World Heritage Studies Master / Examination regulations 2008

Content

The coure focuses on UNESCO`s approach to cultural landscapes as a distinctive heritage category illustrating "the combined works of nature and of man". It introduces different forms of landscape design, land use or symbolic associations with the environment, and the complex factors that generated them.

The course also gives an overview of the key tools and principles required for the protection and management of cultural landscapes. Particular attention will be given to issues related to sustainable development and the involvement of local communities in the management processes.

Literature

see module description.

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Alaba Paul Obafemi Olukoya
  • Michelle Heese

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Cultural Landscapes (41408)


Seminar Cultural Landscapes (2403212)

Appointments

  • Fr 09:00 - 13:00, Einzel, at 14.01.2022, ZHG / Seminarraum 3, ZHG
  • Fr 09:00 - 13:00, Einzel, at 21.01.2022, ZHG / Seminarraum 3, ZHG
  • Fr 09:00 - 13:00, Einzel, at 04.02.2022, ZHG / Seminarraum 3, ZHG
  • Fr 09:00 - 13:00, Einzel, at 28.01.2022,

Study path

World Heritage Studies Master / Examination regulations 2008

Content

Blockseminar

Literature

See module description.

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Alaba Paul Obafemi Olukoya
  • Michelle Heese

Hours per week

1.0

Module

Cultural Landscapes (41408)


Exkursion Cultural Landscapes (2403213)

Study path

World Heritage Studies Master / Examination regulations 2008

Further information

http://41408

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Michelle Heese
  • Alaba Paul Obafemi Olukoya

Hours per week

2.0


Vorlesung Cultural Landscapes (online) (2403215)

Further information

http://13576

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Michelle Heese
  • Alaba Paul Obafemi Olukoya

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Cultural Landscapes (Online) (13576)


Seminar Seminar Cultural Landscapes (online) (2403216)

Study path

nicht zutreffend

Further information

http://13576

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Michelle Heese
  • Alaba Paul Obafemi Olukoya

Hours per week

1.0


Exkursion Cultural Landscapes (online) (2403217)

Further information

http://13576

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Michelle Heese
  • Alaba Paul Obafemi Olukoya

Hours per week

1.0

Module

Cultural Landscapes (Online) (13576)


Projekt Restitution of Cultural Properties: A Study of the Colonial Exploit of African Artefacts (2403411)

Appointment

Mi 13:45 - 15:15, A/B week, from 20.10.2021, LB 4B / B3.17

Study path

World Heritage Studies Master / Examination regulations 2008

Content

BACKGROUND
Cultural artifacts chronicle people’s history and embody their identity. It plays an irreducible role in illustrating the cultural expression, practices and also the collective memory of a people (Merryman 1985, p. 1912–13). In this regard, the illicit trafficking of cultural artifacts through colonial exploits, and/or other dark historical means, is tantamount to the erasure of a people’s memory, history, and identity. Therefore, restitution/return of stolen artifacts can be one way to right the wrongs in history, achieve the moral and legal responsibilities of perpetuators and to help in decolonizing museums. The UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import of Cultural Property (UNESCO Convention 1970), among other Conventions and recommendation, provides a legal basis on how this can be done.
In this spirit, Germany has promised to return some 500 (of the over 90,000 brass, bronzes and other ivory objects stolen in Benin Kingdom by British soldiers in 1897) to Nigeria beginning in 2022. Before the 1897 British punitive expedition, the Bronzes chronicled the history and identity of the Benin Kingdom in Nigeria. The Bronzes have metonymic significance to the people and are a fundamental source of sense of ‘being-in-the-world’. However, the case of the British loot of the Benin Bronzes in Nigeria is only one example of the widespread loot of African cultural artefact by colonial powers during the colonial exploit of Africa while only a few has been restituted. As such, at a time of awakened global interest in the restitution of stolen cultural properties by formal colonial powers, this study project invites students to take a critical look at the concepts of cultural property restitution with a focus on postcolonial countries in Africa.
STUDENTS TASKS
This Study Project invites students to investigate and identify other (post-colonial) African countries where cultural artefacts were looted during the colonial exploit of the continent. These tasks are to be done collaboratively in small groups (ideally 3-5 groups with 2-3 members, however, this will be decided in the first weeks of the semester). In a presentation format, students will be primarily responsible for discussing the historical background, the exploited artefacts of the case study area during colonial reign and make recommendations on the approach for the return and reintegration of the artefacts to ensure the long-term sustainability.
EXPECT OUTCOMES
Students will learn the main concepts of cultural restitution, and also learn about the most significant UNESCO Convention (UNESCO Convention, 1970; 2001), international instruments and recommendation (UNESCO Recommendation, 1976; 1978; 2015) for the illicit trafficking of cultural properties. By learning about the academic concept of restitution, principles and Conventions, students will be able to critically analyze the specific case studies, as well as use them as a tool to make recommendations for the restitution of artefact in any given country.

Lecturer

Alaba Paul Obafemi Olukoya

Modules

  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)

Seminar Umweltplanung/Stadtökologie (2403612)

Appointments

  • Mo 17:15 - 18:45, A/B week, from 11.10.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 4, ZHG
  • Mo 17:30 - 19:00, A week, from 11.10.2021, LG 1A / Hörsaal 2, LG 1A

Study path

Stadt- und Regionalplanung Bachelor (5. ) / Examination regulations 2016

Further information

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Michelle Heese

Hours per week

1.0

Module

Regionalplanung, Umweltplanung und Planungsrecht 3 (Raumordnungsrecht) (11722)


Übung Umweltbelange der Regionalplanung (2403622)

Appointment

Mi 11:30 - 13:00, A/B week, from 13.10.2021,

Study paths

  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Master / Examination regulations 2008 / Modul 41503
  • Stadt- u. Regionalplanung Master / Examination regulations 2017

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dr.-Ing. Mirko Filetti

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Umweltbelange der Regionalplanung (12254)


Seminar Umweltbelange der Regionalplanung (2403623)

Appointment

Di 09:15 - 10:45, A/B week, from 12.10.2021, LB 4B / B3.19

Study paths

  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Master / Examination regulations 2008 / Modul 41503
  • Stadt- u. Regionalplanung Master / Examination regulations 2017

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Michelle Heese

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Umweltbelange der Regionalplanung (12254)


Informationsveranstaltung Introduction Session Urban Design - Revitalization of Historic City Districts (640203)

Appointment

Mi 16:00 - 18:00, Einzel, at 06.10.2021, LG 2B / B1.06 - Besprechungsraum Stadt- und Regionalplanung


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