Semesterübersicht

Sondernutzung Sonstige Veranstaltungen Institut Bau- und Kunstgeschichte (620000)

Termine

  • Di 10:00 - 12:00, Einzel, am 06.02.2024, Lehrgebäude 2B / BU.11
  • Mi 15:00 - 16:00, Einzel, am 07.02.2024
  • Do 14:00 - 18:00, Einzel, am 08.02.2024, Lehrgebäude 2A / A0.03, Doktorandenkolloquium
620000 in HIS

Vorlesung Architectural Conservation - Heritage in Context (620401)

Termine

  • Mo 11:30 - 13:00, A/B Woche, 23.10.2023 bis 05.02.2024, Großer Hörsaal / GH
  • Do 13:45 - 15:15, A/B Woche, 26.10.2023 bis 08.02.2024, Lehrgebäude 1A / HS 1
  • Do 15:00 - 16:30, Einzel, am 29.02.2024, Lehrgebäude 2C / 212

Studiengänge

  • Städtebau und Stadtplanung Bachelor (5. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2019
  • Architektur Bachelor (5. Semester) / 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
  • Urban Design Doppelabschluss Master / Prüfungsordnung 2019
  • Architektur Bachelor (5. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2022

Lehrinhalt

The classes in this module address many of the very diverse topics covered by heritage conservation. The aim is to demonstrate that architectural conservation should ideally unite different disciplines, who – with their own methods of investigation, pool of knowledge and skills as well as fields of inquiry – contribute in one way or another to the conservation and interpretation of built heritage. Not only are methods of hands-on conservation addressed in this lecture series but also questions of the cultural significance of heritage, and the necessity to apply people-centered approaches to heritage conservation.
The module consists of three elements:

Basics: include the history and philosophy of conservation, the concept of places of cultural significance, concepts of the practical aspects of conservation.

Spotlights: consists of talks, some of them by international heritage practitioners, focussing on specific topics or individual places and their problems, such as reconstruction, use of a site, and interpretation.

Excursions to Berlin will accompany this lecture series; the topics are based on some of the presented lectures. They will take place outside of the lecture plan (Fridays or Saturdays). Excursions: TBA  

NB: the final exam is scheduled for the 29 January 2024, 11.am – 1.00 pm The examination questions will relate to the contents and topics presented in class and in some of the videos.

Lecturer Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir, and guest lecturers


Kontakt

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

SWS

4.0

Module

  • Heritage Conservation (11464)
  • Conservation / Building in Existing Fabric (25106)
  • Denkmalpflege / Bauen im Bestand (25306)
620401 in HIS

Vorlesung Online Lecture Architectural Conservation - Heritage in Context (620403)

Studiengang

World Heritage Studies - Fernstudium / Prüfungsordnung 2021

Lehrinhalt

Contents
The history of architectural conservation, in particular the development of the values associated with architectural heritage, will provide one part of the theoretical background. Another one will be the various charters and international standards dealing with the current approaches and assessments of historical sites. Moreover, we examine contemporary challenges in the conservation practice, such as the management of change and the preservation of the values of cultural sites. Study cases provide an insight into the challenges contemporary architects and conservation experts are facing today when dealing with the conservation of sites. Among others, these include the preservation of the cultural significance manifested in the many historic layers and traces at a site. Accompanying to the lecture, activities during the semester can include the composition of a poster, reading responses, or a presentation, in which students can analyse and discuss a chosen topic.

Learning Outcome
The module aims to provide a theoretical basis of methods employed in the conservation of architectural heritage.
 
The students will
-       acquire basic knowledge about the idea of the values of monuments and their cultural significance
-       build on this knowledge and employ methods for critically analysing and assessing the cultural significance of architectural heritage
-       be able to map out strategies regarding the conservation and preservation of historic buildings and heritage in context
 

Kontakt

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

SWS

4.0

Modul

Conservation / Building in Existing Fabric (Online) (13391)

620403 in HIS

Projekt STUDY PROJECT "MILITARY BRANDENBURG" (620406)

Termine

  • Fr 14:15 - 17:45, Einzel, am 10.11.2023
  • Fr 14:15 - 17:45, Einzel, am 13.10.2023, Lehrgebäude 2C / 315
  • Fr 14:15 - 17:45, Einzel, am 12.01.2024
  • Fr 14:15 - 17:45, Einzel, am 26.01.2024
  • Block+SaSo Woche, 19.01.2024 bis 20.01.2024, Excursion in Potsdam and the surrounding region.

Studiengänge

  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master (1. - 4. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2015 / 11646
  • World Heritage Studies Master (1. - 4. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2008 / 37410, 37411

Lehrinhalt

Brandenburg ended up as part of Prussia, and there is one thing everybody knows about Prussia: it was full of military. Brandenburg today is full of architectural traces of the military.
We want to find those traces of military presence in the region: monuments, barracks, fortifications, bunkers. We want to discover a side of Brandenburg which tourist agencies do not advertise too much, and discuss according to which criteria this heritage is being preserved, utilized, and transformed.

1      Dates: The opening session will be on 13 October, 14:15-17:45 in Cottbus, but most of the later sessions will be held in Berlin.
Further seminar sessions: Friday, 10 November, 12 January 2024, 26 January (all 14:15-17:45).
Mandatory excursion in Potsdam and the surrounding region: 19-20 January 2024.

2      Admission: This study project is conceived for "World Heritage Studies" but is open to students from other courses as well, in particular "Heritage Conservation and Site Management".
The seminar will be limited to 20 students; admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration by Moodle.

3      Requirements: One input during sessions (short paper to be presented during the excursion) and a seminar paper of about 7,000 words, due by 31 March 2024.
We also expect students to attend all sessions and excursions. Only in exceptional circumstances, and by prior agreement with us, one session might be skipped.

Kontakt

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

SWS

8.0

Module

620406 in HIS

Kolloquium Colloquium Architectural Conservation (620407)

Kontakt

Prof. Dr. phil. habil. Johanna Blokker

SWS

2.0

620407 in HIS

Vorlesung/Seminar Academic Work and Research Methodology (620408)

Termine

  • Mi 09:00 - 13:00, Einzel, am 10.01.2024, Lehrgebäude 2C / 315
  • Mi 09:00 - 13:00, B Woche, 25.10.2023 bis 06.02.2024, Lehrgebäude 2C / 315
  • Fr 09:00 - 13:00, A Woche, 20.10.2023 bis 09.02.2024, Lehrgebäude 2A / AU.12

Studiengang

Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master / Prüfungsordnung 2015

Lehrinhalt

The seminar will combine introductory-level inputs with practical exercises related to a specific research question. Topics covered will include:
 
·       effective use of the library and its resources
·       archival research
·       working with online sources
·       key methodological tools: textual analysis, survey and interview techniques
·       structuring and writing academic papers, abstracts and research proposals
·       oral presentation techniques for classrooms, meetings and conferences
·       principles of project management and time management
·       funding opportunities and scholarship or grant proposal writing
·       academic publishing
 
The goal is to give participants insights into various key areas of academic activity and to equip them with the tools they will need to carry out research and participate in academic discourses both written and oral.
 

Kontakt

  • Baris Altan
  • Frank Rochow

SWS

4.0

Modul

Academic Work and Research Methodology (11457)

620408 in HIS

Prüfung Architectural Conservation - Heritage in Context (620480)

Termin

So 01:00 - 02:30, Einzel, am 27.12.2015

Studiengänge

  • Städtebau und Stadtplanung Bachelor (5. Semester) / Prüfungsordnung 2019
  • 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
  • Urban Design Doppelabschluss Master / Prüfungsordnung 2019

Lehrinhalt

Die Lehrinhalte entnehmen Sie bitte der Modulbeschreibung.

Kontakt

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

Module

  • Heritage Conservation (11464)
  • Conservation / Building in Existing Fabric (25106)
  • Denkmalpflege / Bauen im Bestand (25306)
620480 in HIS

Prüfung Prüfung Academic Work and Research Methodology (620484)

Kontakt

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

620484 in HIS