Semesterübersicht

Sondernutzung Sonstige Veranstaltungen Institut Bau- und Kunstgeschichte (620000)

Termine

  • Mi 10:30 - 11:30, Einzel, am 10.10.2018, /
  • Do 08:00 - 20:00, Einzel, am 06.12.2018, Geb. 15 / C.15V.110
  • Do 13:00 - 16:00, Einzel, am 17.01.2019, LG 2D / 109

Prüfung Geschichte (620285)

Studiengänge

  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007/ Modul 23-3-02
  • Bauingenieurwesen Bachelor/ Prüfungsordnung 2004/ Modul 23-3-02
  • Bauingenieurwesen Bachelor/ Prüfungsordnung 2008/ Modul 23-3-02
  • Bauingenieurwesen Diplom/ Prüfungsordnung 2004

Lehrperson

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Lorenz

Modul

Geschichte (23302)


Vorlesung Architectural Conservation - Heritage in Context (620401)

Termine

  • Mo 11:30 - 13:00, A/B Woche, ab 15.10.2018, GH / Großer Hörsaal
  • Do 13:45 - 15:15, A/B Woche, ab 18.10.2018, LG 1A / Hörsaal 1, LG 1A

Studiengänge

  • Architektur Bachelor/ Prüfungsordnung 2014
  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007
  • Architektur Bachelor (5. - 6. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Bachelor (5. - 6. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015
  • Urban Design-Revitalizat. of Historic City Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2013
  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Bachelor (5. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2016

Lehrinhalt

The classes in this module address many of the very diverse topics covered by Heritage Conservation. The module consists of five parts. ”Basics” include the history and philosophy of Conservation, the concept of places of cultural significance, documents and charters and some of the most crucial issues such as the ever-present problem of Reconstruction. ”Spotlights” consists of talks, partly by visiting lecturers, concentrating on specific topics or individual places and their problems. In the ”Forum”, the students will have an opportunity to present Heritage issues from their own country. In the part of ”Discussion”, some current issues will be discussed by all participants, sometimes on the basis of texts to be read in preparation. ”First-hand” will offer a variety of one-day study trips to choose from. Grading will be based on the following: Students will write a short mid-term paper preparing the ”Forum” part, addressing heritage issues in their own country. A number of these papers will be chosen for presentation by the student and discussion in class. Furthermore, students will write a brief report discussing the day trips they attended.

Lehrperson

Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt

SWS

4.0

Module

  • Heritage Conservation (11464)
  • Conservation / Building in Existing Fabric (25106)
  • Denkmalpflege / Bauen im Bestand (25306)

Projekt DAAD Summer School Studio Bagan: Building in Heritage Contexts (620402)

Termin

- A/B Woche, /

Studiengänge

  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015
  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2016

Lehrinhalt

Lecturers: Jens Casper (Casper Mueller Kneer Architects) Prof. Dr. Pwint (Yangon Technological University, YTU) Clara Rellensmann (BTU) Alexander Römer (ConstructLab) V.-Prof. J. Miller Stevens (BTU) Introductory session in Berlin: One session in Berlin in mid-September 2018, exact date and venue to be determined Summer School in Myanmar: October 7 – 21, 2018 Follow-up sessions in Cottbus: 2-3 sessions in Cottbus in WS 2018/19, exact dates to be determined venue: 109 LG2D Study Program: Stegreif (2 CP)/Seminar (6CP)/Study Project (12 CP) In an era that forces us to think in terms of sustainability, designing in existing fabric and heritage environments currently makes up approximately two-thirds of all design tasks. In this context, knowledge transfer between advanced design approaches and the contemporary heritage discourse has the potential to catapult both heritage and design practices into the future. The summer school therefore aims at an interdisciplinary, integrative and applied knowledge transfer across the disciplines architecture, urban and regional planning and heritage conservation. The programme will introduce students to international standards and theories of architectural conservation, methods in urban and regional planning, as well as principles for designing in historic contexts. The newly gained knowledge will be applied to current issues affecting the heritage site of Bagan specifically related to the vast influx of tourism. Bagan is one of Asia’s most prominent Buddhist sites comparable in its grandeur to Borobudur in Indonesia or Angkor in Cambodia. Originally built during the 11th to 13th centuries, the old city of kings comprises more than 3,000 Buddhist monuments ranging from small stupas and temples to monastic complexes and several enormous stucco-covered structures on an area of about 25 square kilometres. With the political reforms that started in Myanmar in 2011, Bagan has re-appeared on the international tourist map. Since then visitor numbers have dramatically increased, demanding tourism facilities that can accommodate foreign visitors while at the same time providing opportunities for community-based and sustainable tourism. As the site is being prepared for World Heritage listing, any new facilities that are inserted into this sacred urban landscape must not have any adverse impacts on the site’s cultural significance, meaning its heritage values and respective tangible and intangible attributes. The aim of the Summer School is therefore to map existing infrastructure and develop future concepts for heritage sensitive tourism infrastructure, such as hybrid viewing platforms or others, that can accommodate foreign visitors as well as local stakeholders and their respective needs. In the theoretical part of the summer school, students will be equipped with approaches and methods that will enable them to develop heritage sensitive design ideas and respective management measures responding to the problems that will be posed in the field. The theoretical course programme will therefore cover the following thematic areas: · History and culture of Myanmar with a particular focus on the cultural significance of Bagan · Introduction to history, theory and approaches in heritage conservation · World Heritage and sustainable tourism · Building and designing in historic contexts as a transdisciplinary process. In the practical part students will be able to contribute to developing design-build project concepts for tourism facilities in Bagan integrated with respective heritage management measures. Summer school: The DAAD summer school will take place in Myanmar from October 7 to 21, 2018. Up to 10 participating BTU students and 20 students from the architecture faculty of the Yangon Technological University will study together and immerse themselves in the context of Bagan. The summer school will be structured in an intense theoretical part in Yangon and a continued theoretical and practical fieldwork part in Bagan. Follow up work: Depending on the individual technical background of the students (heritage conservation/architecture/urban planning), further elaboration on specific results of the study trip will be expected which may include site and process documentation, concept sketches, impact assessment studies or similar tasks, with the ultimate goal of producing a publication or exhibition material. Requirements: - Participation in the introductory session and follow-up sessions - Participation in the DAAD Summer School in Myanmar, self-funded (estimated costs for international airfare, domestic travel, accommodation & meals: ca. 1,100 - 1,300 EUR) - Active participation and presentations in the summer school and in associated sessions in Cottbus - Individual follow-up elaboration on a specific aspect of the summer school depending on the extent of the module that is taken for credit. Application: The seminar is open to students of architecture, heritage conservation (WHS/HCSM) and urban & regional planning. To apply for the Summer School, please send us an application letter in English containing the following: a few paragraphs summarizing your academic background, special interests/skills of yours that could be relevant to the aims of the summer school and your own motivation for participating. Please send your application letter together with your CV to studiobagan@gmail.com by no later than July 13, 2018.

Lehrperson

Clara Rellensmann

SWS

8.0

Module

  • Vertiefung Denkmalpflege (25506)
  • Denkmalpflege (25407)
  • Study Project 1 (11646)
  • Bauen im Bestand/Denkmalpflege (22423)
  • Projekt Denkmalpflege (25427)
  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)

Projekt Tattoo Taboo (620403)

Termine

  • Fr 09:30 - 17:00, Einzel, am 26.10.2018, LG 2D / Vergabe Frau Trenkmann (3088)
  • Fr 09:30 - 13:00, Einzel, am 12.10.2018, LG 2D / Vergabe Frau Trenkmann (3088)
  • Fr 09:30 - 17:00, Einzel, am 14.12.2018, LG 2D / Vergabe Frau Trenkmann (3088)
  • Fr 09:30 - 17:00, Einzel, am 25.01.2019, LG 2D / Vergabe Frau Trenkmann (3088)
  • - Block+SaSo Woche, ab 07.01.2019, /

Studiengänge

  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008/ 25407
  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007/ 25506
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2016/ 25407
  • Stadt- u. Regionalplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2017
  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015

Lehrinhalt

In different parts of the world, tattoos historically have been expression of cultural or group identity, part of initiation or marriage rites, or have been ostracised due to associations with crime and immorality. Tattoos are in recent times being understood as part of an intangible heritage in academia: research, conferences, exhibitions, and publications are dedicated to this field, covering tattoo practises in a historic and contemporary context. Tattoos are foremost understood to be an intangible heritage. That they, however, can be connected to tangible heritage, that is the specific sites where this practise takes or took place, is still a gap in research which this study project will strive to bridge. The relation between tangible and intangible heritage is largely ignored and in most heritage sites (still) underrepresented. There are various methods to analyse and assess the cultural significance of these sites and practises, based of different primary (and secondary) sources, and disciplines. As a hands-on project, students will examine the possibilities of mapping to evaluate the meaning of past and present sites of tattoo parlours by research primary materials in archives, but also through interviews of different stakeholders. Students are expected to participate in the excursion, as well as give presentations, write a final essay and create different maps based on their research. Students with an interest and background in architecture, history, heritage interpretation, sociology, conservation, management and research are strongly encouraged to participate in this study project.

Lehrpersonen

  • Nicole Franceschini
  • Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

SWS

8.0

Module

  • Study Project 1 (11646)
  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)
  • Projekt Denkmalpflege (25427)
  • Bauen im Bestand/Denkmalpflege (22423)

Seminar Gartenkunst (620405)

Termine

  • Do 10:00 - 13:00, Einzel, am 10.01.2019, LG 2D / 109
  • Do 10:00 - 13:00, Einzel, am 17.01.2019, LG 2D / 109
  • Do 10:00 - 13:00, A/B Woche, ab 22.11.2018, LG 2D / 109
  • Do 10:00 - 13:00, Einzel, am 08.11.2018, LG 2D / 109

Studiengang

Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007

Lehrinhalt

Als Kompaktveranstaltung geplant, vermittelt die Lehrveranstaltung den Studierenden Kenntnisse der Gartenbaugeschichte und Gartendenk-malpflege. Unter der Leitung des ehemaligen brandenburgischen Landeskonservators Prof. Dr. Detlef Karg wird im ersten Vorlesungsteil die Gartenkunst von ihren Anfängen im europäischen Raum bis hin zu den Barock- und Landschaftsgärten beleuchtet. In einem zweiten Vorlesungsteil, der im Januar 2019 stattfindet, gibt der Direktor der Stiftung Berliner Mauer, Prof. Dr. Axel Klausmeier, Einblick in die Pflege und Erhaltung, die den Fortbestand der Kunstwerke aus Pflanzen sichert. Beide Teile schließen mit einem Prüfungsgespräch ab.

Lehrpersonen

  • Prof. Dr. Detlef Karg
  • Prof. Dr. phil. Axel Klausmeier

SWS

2.0

Modul

Grundlagen der Kunstgeschichte (25421)


Sondernutzung Sonstige Veranstaltungen Denkmalpflege (620407)


Vorlesung/Seminar Academic Work and Research Methodology (620408)

Termine

  • Mi 09:30 - 17:00, A/B Woche, ab 10.10.2018, LG 2D / 109
  • Mi 09:30 - 17:00, A/B Woche, ab 14.11.2018, LG 2D / 109
  • Mi 09:30 - 17:00, A/B Woche, ab 05.12.2018, LG 2D / 109

Studiengang

Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015

Lehrpersonen

  • Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir
  • Prof. Dr. phil. Winfried Heinemann

SWS

4.0

Modul

Academic Work and Research Methodology (11457)


Prüfung Architectural Conservation - Heritage in Context (620480)

Studiengänge

  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015
  • Architektur Bachelor/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Architektur Bachelor/ Prüfungsordnung 2004
  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Bachelor/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Bachelor/ Prüfungsordnung 2005
  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007
  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Urban Design-Revitalizat. of Historic City Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2013
  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Bachelor (5. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2016

Module

  • Heritage Conservation (11464)
  • Conservation / Building in Existing Fabric (25106)
  • Denkmalpflege / Bauen im Bestand (25306)

Prüfung Tattoo Taboo (620481)

Studiengänge

  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2016
  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Stadt- u. Regionalplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2017

Lehrperson

Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt

Module

  • Study Project 1 (11646)
  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)
  • Projekt Denkmalpflege (25427)
  • Bauen im Bestand/Denkmalpflege (22423)

Prüfung Methodische Grundlagen (620482)

Studiengang

Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007

Lehrperson

Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt


Prüfung Projekt Baugeschichte / Bauforschung (620483)

Studiengang

Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007

Lehrperson

Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt

Modul

Projekt Baugeschichte / Bauforschung (25428)


Prüfung Prüfung Academic Work and Research Methodology (620484)


Prüfung Gartenkunst (620485)

Studiengang

Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007

Lehrperson

Prof. Dr. phil. Axel Klausmeier

SWS

2.0

Modul

Grundlagen der Kunstgeschichte (25421)


Prüfung DAAD Summer School Studio Bagan: Building in Heritage Contexts (620486)

Studiengänge

  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015
  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008

Module

  • Denkmalpflege (25407)
  • Vertiefung Denkmalpflege (25506)
  • Study Project 1 (11646)
  • Bauen im Bestand/Denkmalpflege (22423)
  • Projekt Denkmalpflege (25427)
  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)