Semesterübersicht

Sondernutzung Sonstige Veranstaltungen Institut für Bau- und Kunstgeschichte (620000)

Termine

  • Di 11:00 - 12:15, Einzel, am 14.05.2019, LG 2A / AU.19
  • Di 11:00 - 12:00, Einzel, am 25.06.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Di 17:00 - 19:00, Einzel, am 04.06.2019, LG 2C / 317
  • Mi 08:00 - 12:00, Einzel, am 17.07.2019, LG 2C / EG Zeichensaal
  • Mi 13:00 - 14:15, Einzel, am 10.07.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Mi 14:00 - 15:30, Einzel, am 24.04.2019, LG 2A / AU.19
  • Do 19:00 - 20:00, Einzel, am 09.05.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Fr 11:30 - 16:00, Einzel, am 17.05.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • - A/B Woche, /

Seminar Resilient Ruins? (620113)

Termine

  • Fr 09:30 - 16:00, Einzel, am 28.06.2019, LG 2D / 109
  • Fr 10:00 - 14:30, Einzel, am 03.05.2019, LG 2D / 109
  • Fr 10:00 - 17:00, Einzel, am 17.05.2019, LG 2D / 109
  • Fr 11:00 - 13:00, Einzel, am 12.04.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Sa 10:00 - 17:00, Einzel, am 01.06.2019, LG 2D / 109
  • - Block Woche, ab 16.09.2019, /

Studiengänge

  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2013
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015

Lehrinhalt

This seminar aims at understanding and assessing the values and significance of ruins and archaeological sites. They present a variety of challenges in their conservation. Their preservation can be for instance aggravated due to difficult accessibility in dangerous terrain. Direct environmental impacts and neglect, on the other hand, necessitate preventive or retarding measures such as protective shelters. For visitors to enjoy and understand these sites it is especially important to present their cultural significance and to devise appropriate presentation methods, also to minimize physical impact detrimental to the sense of place.
The first part of the seminar will be dedicated to the theoretical approaches concerning agents of deterioration, preservation, interpretation and presentation. The second part consists of a hands-on practical work in examining and documenting a site at the former army research center in Peenemünde.

Lehrperson

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

SWS

4.0

Modul

Conservation of Ruins and Archaeological Sites (11462)


Seminar Zerbrochene Ziegel (620402)

Termine

  • Fr 11:00 - 17:00, Einzel, am 26.04.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Fr 11:00 - 17:00, Einzel, am 07.06.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Fr 11:00 - 17:00, Einzel, am 10.05.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Sa 11:00 - 17:00, Einzel, am 18.05.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Sa 11:00 - 17:00, Einzel, am 11.05.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • So 10:00 - 17:00, Einzel, am 19.05.2019, /
  • - Block Woche, ab 23.05.2019, /

Studiengänge

  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2019
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2016
  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Stadt- u. Regionalplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2017
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007

Lehrinhalt

Dieses Seminar richtet sich an Studierende, die praktisch-orientierte Herangehensweisen mit der historischer Substanz erlernen möchten. Der denkmalpflegerische Umgang mit dem Bestand wird anhand diverser Beispiele und Übungen am Objekt aufgezeigt und eingeübt. Das diesjährige Seminar befasst sich mit dem Bau- und Schmuckmaterial Ziegel.
Eigenschaften, Herstellungstechniken, Mauerverbünde, historische und zeitgenössische Anwendungsbereiche sowie Schadensbilder dieses Materials bilden den theoretischen Teil des Seminars. Die praktische Übung erfolgt während eines einwöchigen Workshops: Hier wird der Umgang mit diesem Material für Restaurierungs- oder Sanierungsarbeiten erprobt.
Teil des Leitungsnachweises sind reguläre Teilnahme, Präsentationen und schriftliche Ausarbeitungen.
Vom 23.05 bis 27.05.2019 findet ein Workshop in der ehemaligen Ziegelei und jetzigem technischen Denkmal in Hundisburg statt. Neben der Kalk- und Gipsbrennerei, können dort Erfahrungen in der Herstellung von Handstrichziegeln, den unterschiedlichen Mauerverbänden und Reparaturmörteln gewonnen werden.

Lehrperson

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

SWS

4.0

Module

  • Denkmalpflege (25407)
  • Vertiefung Denkmalpflege (25506)
  • Denkmalpflege- und Sanierungspraxis (25425)
  • Denkmalpflege und Sanierungspraxis (12748)

Projekt War and its Memorialisation (620403)

Termine

  • Do 15:30 - 19:00, Einzel, am 11.04.2019, LG 2A / A0.03
  • Fr 15:30 - 19:00, Einzel, am 21.06.2019, HG / Raum HG 0.17, HG
  • Fr 15:30 - 17:00, A/B Woche, ab 31.05.2019, HG / Raum HG 0.17, HG
  • Fr 15:30 - 17:00, A/B Woche, ab 26.04.2019, HG / Raum HG 0.17, HG
  • Sa 10:00 - 14:00, Einzel, am 22.06.2019, HG / Raum HG 0.17, HG
  • - Block+SaSo Woche, ab 19.05.2019, /

Studiengänge

  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008/ Modul 37410 oder 37411
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015/ Modul 11646

Lehrinhalt

Events happen, but history is a construction. Distinguishing between events and history is particularly relevant when we deal with war. How is the story of a war told, and by whom? How does the telling, the constructed narrative, relate to the actual events? History is usually told in words, but in heritage terms, we deal with places and tangible objects: places of war, such as battlefields, and places of commemoration, such as cemeteries and memorials. Memorials can be on-site, as battlefield memorials, and off-site, in the home countries and towns of soldiers. War memorials and military cemeteries are designed for a range of purposes. Amongst other things, they interpret the war they are commemorating from the viewpoint of their creator or patron, and they often have an agenda as tools of propaganda for the present and the future.
In the first part of the study project will learn about a wide range of places of memorialisation of war from the 19th century to the present. Students will prepare short presentations, working in pairs, with one person concentrating on a specific memorial site and the other on the events it relates to. Possible topics for seminar presentations are available.
In late May we will have a field trip to Trentino–South Tyrol, formerly Austrian territory annexed by Italy as a result of the war World War I. There we will study the remnants of the Alpine Front as a possible World Heritage Site, the memorialisation of the battles and the political architecture of Italianisation by Fascist Italy in the 1920s and 30s.
In the second part we will, on the basis of the overview produced by the case studies, work out comparative themes and overarching topics, including the aspect of relevance and communications of such places today and for the future. In this phase, students will develop their own individual topics for the longer research papers to be completed by the end of term, i.e. end of September. In the last session, a block seminar on 21/22 June, students will present an outline of their individual topic so as to get helpful feedback for their work.
The assembled papers will be published as a reader.

Lehrpersonen

  • Prof. Dr. phil. Winfried Heinemann
  • Prof. Dr. phil. Axel Klausmeier
  • Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt

SWS

8.0

Module

  • Study Project 1 (11646)
  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)
  • Projekt Denkmalpflege (25427)

Prüfung Examination "War and its Memorialisation (620481)

Lehrpersonen

  • Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt
  • Prof. Dr. phil. Winfried Heinemann
  • Prof. Dr. phil. Axel Klausmeier

Module

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

Prüfung Vertiefung Baugeschichte / Bauforschung (620483)

Studiengang

Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007

Lehrperson

Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt


Prüfung Examination - Conservation of Ruins and Archaeological Sites (620484)

Studiengänge

  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2013
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015

Lehrinhalt

The site oft he former Army Research Center at Peenemünde, dedicated to the development of – in its long term consequences – ground breaking missile technology during WW2, provides a sophisticated place for analyzing the complex relationships of the various aspects that shape considerations and concepts concerning the conservation of modern ruins.
The module offers a case study for the interplay of different factors in the process of interpreting, preserving and managing an archaeological site, and asks for creativity to propose strategies and practical tools for several problematic issues encountered on site. The case study focusses mainly on the remains of the concentration camp Karlshagen I. Based on this, general conceptual issues which underly the process of setting up complex conservation plans will be discussed.
A field trip to the site will allow the participants to learn about its specific conditions first hand, allowing for an understanding on which to base the further development of practical ideas.
Please note: The practical exercise will take place outside the lecture period fromthe 12th of August until the 18th! Participation in all lectures is obligatory.
Students from HCSM will be preferred.

Assignments
[Pre-examination]
[Participation in excursion to Peenemünde and Kummersdorf]
Homework to be submitted by the end of the holidays (end of September) on one of three different tasks directly connected with the conservation of the ruins of Peenemünde
- Alternative 1: Surveillance concept against illicit diggins
- Alternative 2: Concept for preservation and for presentation of Karlshagen II
- Alternative 3: Media communication concept promoting preservation issues

Lehrpersonen

  • Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt
  • Dr.-Ing. Peter Irenäus Schneider

Modul

Conservation of Ruins and Archaeological Sites (11462)


Prüfung Prüfung "Zerbrochene Ziegel" (620486)

Studiengänge

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

Lehrpersonen

  • Prof. Dr.phil. Leopold Schmidt
  • Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

Module

  • Denkmalpflege (25407)
  • Vertiefung Denkmalpflege (25506)
  • Denkmalpflege- und Sanierungspraxis (25425)
  • Denkmalpflege und Sanierungspraxis (12748)