Semesterübersicht

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

Termine

  • Mi 15:00 - 18:00, Einzel, am 05.05.2021, ZB LG 2C/D / Raum 229, Zwischenbau LG 2C/D
  • Do 08:00 - 20:00, Einzel, am 22.04.2021, ZB LG 2C/D / AT Oestreich (Dekanat F6-ehem. Mies)
  • Do 13:30 - 16:00, Einzel, am 06.05.2021, ZB LG 2C/D / Raum 229, Zwischenbau LG 2C/D
  • Fr 08:00 - 16:00, Einzel, am 23.04.2021, ZB LG 2C/D / AT Oestreich (Dekanat F6-ehem. Mies)

Seminar Conservation of Ruins (620113)

Termin

Mi 13:45 - 17:00, B Woche, ab 14.04.2021, /

Studiengänge

  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2013
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015

Lehrinhalt

This seminar explores the various challenges and opportunities of conserving heritage ruins and archaeological sites. After gaining an understanding of what, exactly, these types of sites are and how we can assess their significance, students will then look at the agents of deterioration that threaten the stability of these sites, as well as some of the preventive and retarding measures that can be used to deal with these factors. The interpretive planning process will also be discussed, which will provide the foundation for developing interpretation measures for sites of heritage ruins. These skills will then be applied to a case study that will be selected during the semester.

The lecturer's inputs will be pre-recorded and made available on the seminar's Moodle page, where students will be expected to view them in their entirety before attending the weekly synchronous sessions, which will be discussion- and activity-based. 1-2 excursions to sites in and around Berlin will also be planned, dates TBD. 



Lehrperson

Katelyn Williams

SWS

4.0

Modul

Conservation of Ruins and Archaeological Sites (11462)


Seminar Erasmus+ UNINET - Summerschool I - Management of Cultural Heritage (620401)

Termin

- Block Woche, ab 12.07.2021, /

Studiengänge

  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2016
  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007
  • Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2019
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015
  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Stadt- und Regionalplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Stadt- u. Regionalplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2017

Lehrinhalt

Since 2019, BTU has joined the 3-year ERASMUS+ UNINET project together with the Politechnika Lubleska in Poland, the Panepistimio Ioanninon in Greece, the Università degli Studi di Firenze and the Università di Bologna in Italy, as well as the partners Fondazione Flaminia (Ferrara) and Fondazione Romualdo del Bianco (Florence).
The initial design was to carry out every year a jointly conducted summer school to implement the content for the seminars developed by each partner. Due to the pandemic, last year’s summer school on the management of cultural heritage had to be cancelled, but is offered instead this year in a hybrid format.
Lectures delivered by the different partner universities will cover theoretical aspects on the strategies to manage in a sustainable manner architectural and archaeological heritage as well as cultural landscapes. A variety of case studies will serve to demonstrate how these theories are implemented into practice.
One case study will be chosen as an exercise part to explore management in times of COVID 19. Preparatory meetings prior to the summer school will be held as well.
According to the project’s guidelines, each seminar is devised for a limited number of students. Therefore, a maximum of 6 students from BTU will be chosen based on specific criteria.
Interested students are asked to directly contact Dr. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir, alexandra.skedzuhn@b-tu.de
Students are kindly ask to hand in a 300-word motivation letter, a Europass CV, certificate of grades (Notenbescheinigung), and an English language proficiency B1.

The deadline for applications is 15 May 2021

Lehrperson

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

SWS

4.0

Module

  • Denkmalpflege (25407)
  • Vertiefung Denkmalpflege (25506)

Seminar Erasmus+ UNINET - Summerschool II - Sustainable Use of Cultural Heritage (620402)

Termin

- Block Woche, ab 19.07.2021, /

Studiengänge

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

Lehrinhalt

Since 2019, BTU has joined the 3-year ERASMUS+ UNINET project together with the Politechnika Lubleska in Poland, the Panepistimio Ioanninon in Greece, the Università degli Studi di Firenze and the Università di Bologna in Italy, as well as the partners Fondazione Flaminia (Ferrara) and Fondazione Romualdo del Bianco (Florence).
The last summer school of the Erasmus UNINET + project was originally designed to to be held in Florence, with the Università degli Studi di Firenze as organising partner in a jointly conducted summer school to implement the content for the seminars developed by each partner.
Due to the pandemic, this summer school on the use of cultural heritage will be offered in a hybrid format.
Lectures delivered by the different partner universities will cover theoretical aspects on the strategies of using in a sustainable manner architectural and archaeological heritage as well as cultural landscapes. A variety of case studies will serve to demonstrate how these sites can be sustainably used.
One case study will be chosen as an exercise part to explore the use of a site. Preparatory meetings prior to the summer school will be held as well.
According to the project’s guidelines, each seminar is devised for a limited number of students. Therefore, a maximum of 6 students from BTU will be chosen based on specific criteria.
Interested students are asked to directly contact Dr. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir, alexandra.skedzuhn@b-tu.de.
Students are kindly ask to hand in a 300-word motivation letter, a Europass CV, certificate of grades (Notenbescheinigung), and an English language proficiency B1.
The deadline for applications is 15 May 2021

Lehrperson

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir

SWS

4.0

Module

  • Denkmalpflege (25407)
  • Vertiefung Denkmalpflege (25506)

Projekt Complex pasts = diverse futures? (620403)

Termin

Mi 11:30 - 13:00, A/B Woche, ab 14.04.2021, /

Studiengänge

  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015
  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2016
  • Stadt- u. Regionalplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2017

Lehrinhalt

“Conservation of cultural heritage requires critical examination of the past, as much as its practice demands provision for the future. Debates on the omission and erasure of certain narratives, and the privileging of particular stories over others, have come to a head in recent years. Addressing contested histories hence involves complex conversations, avoiding biased views and interpretations of the past.”

From ICOMOS’ theme for the International Day for Monuments Sites 2021, “Complex Pasts: Diverse Futures”

Taking this year’s theme for the ICOMOS International Day of Monuments and Sites as a starting point, the study project will discuss heritage politics in different places, regions, nation-states and political systems to investigate the challenges for achieving a diverse and anti-discriminatory heritage practice of the future.

The basis of our investigations will not be the materiality of heritage, but the understanding of heritage it as a cultural practice. The study project is therefore not so much concerned with the technical how of conservation but with the why and for whom?

For each session, students are expected to read designated texts from the field of critical heritage studies that will be presented and discussed. Key themes that will guide the students’ investigation of self-selected case studies will be: representation; history and historiography; religion and ideologies; as well as politics, power and authority.

Aims and Objectives

  • To introduce theories of (critical) heritage studies
  • To critically and independently analyze heritage practices
  • To relate heritage studies to current issues

Instructional format
Online group meetings and lectures/presentations. Site visits cannot be organized because of COVID 19 restrictions. Regular participation and careful preparation of the online sessions is required.

Requirements:
- Two presentations for the study project and active participation in live sessions
- Readings and quizzes
- Peer review of presentations
- Written academic paper on a subject agreed with lecturer

Reference:
ICOMOS, International Day for Monuments and Sites 2021, weblink: www.icomos.org/en/77-articles-en-francais/90551-18-april-complex-pasts-diverse-futures

Literatur

All readings are assigned per weekly task. Together, they form a mandatory syllabus for the course and constitute essential material for discussion during the online meetings.

Lehrperson

Clara Rellensmann

SWS

6.0

Module

  • Study Project 1 (11646)
  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)

Projekt "MANY LAYERS OF BERLIN" (620404)

Termine

  • Fr 14:15 - 17:45, Einzel, am 28.05.2021, /
  • Fr 14:15 - 17:45, Einzel, am 23.04.2021, Outdoor ZC / Zwischenbau 2AB Aula
  • Fr 14:15 - 17:45, Einzel, am 04.06.2021, /
  • Fr 14:15 - 17:45, Einzel, am 11.06.2021, /
  • Sa 10:00 - 18:00, Einzel, am 29.05.2021, /

Studiengänge

  • Architektur Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2016
  • Stadtplanung Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2019
  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2015

Lehrinhalt

Everybody knows Berlin. Most people think they know Berlin's historic sites. But what era does Berlin stand for? Twenty years ago, tourists came to Berlin to see where Hitler's bunker had been; today, you can overhear the lady with the sunglasses screaming "Gee, this is where Hitler built the Wall!" Or is Berlin the capital of the Hohenzollern, as the recently rebuilt Hohenzollern Palace (Stadtschloss) in the centre would suggest?
We want to take a look at a city which has played a historic role in many episodes of history, and over several centuries. How are the various periods from 1690-1990 and beyond represented in the face of the city, and how do they combine or compete.
This seminar is part of "World Heritage Studies" but is open to students from other courses as well, in particular "Heritage Conservation and Site Management".
The opening session will be on 23 April, 14:15-17:45 in Cottbus, all other sessions and the excursion will be in Berlin.
Further seminar sessions: Friday, 28 May, Friday, 4 June, Friday, 11 June (all 14:15-17:45).
Excursion: Saturday, 29 May, 10:00-18:00.
Interested students should register by email: Winfried.Heinemann@b-tu.de from 12 to 16 April. The seminar will be limited to 20 students.
We will require one input during sessions (short paper to be read in class) and a seminar paper of about 7,000 words, due by 30 September 2021.
We also expect students to attend all sessions and excursions. Only in exceptional circumstances, and by agreement with us, one session might be skipped.

Lehrpersonen

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

SWS

6.0

Module

  • Study Project 1 (11646)
  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)

Seminar Conservation and Communication: Interpreting the Subtle Traces of the Berlin Wall (620405)

Termin

Di 09:15 - 10:45, A/B Woche, ab 13.04.2021, /

Studiengang

World Heritage Studies Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2008

Lehrinhalt

Tuesdays 09:15-10:45 CEST/17:15-18:45 AET: Synchronous, Online
Thursdays: Asynchronous materials made available to students on Moodle
 
In this course, which is being taught in cooperation with Deakin University (DU) in Melbourne, Australia, students will be introduced to the core concepts of architectural conservation and heritage interpretation through self-study units and subsequent online discussions with lecturers, fellow students, and experts. Working in groups, the students will apply these concepts to the case study of the Berlin Wall. Together, they will explore ways in which cultural heritage can be interpreted and presented in a digital format, thus gaining skills in media production while also contributing to research on the feasibility and effectiveness of such an approach. Students from DU will be participating remotely, which will require all participants to further develop their organizational and teamworking skills for the digital era.

The course is limited to 20 students in total, 10 from BTU and 10 from DU. Students who would like to participate must submit a letter of interest to gain entry to the course. The letter should be 250-300 words in length and should include your academic/professional background and any skills you have that might be relevant for the course. It should be submitted to lecturer Katelyn Williams at katelyn.williams@b-tu.de by 15:00 on 7. April. Students will be informed of whether or not they have been accepted by 11 April.


Lehrperson

Katelyn Williams

SWS

4.0

Modul

Architectural Conservation Practice (11511)


Prüfung Examination (620481)

Lehrpersonen

  • 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 Prüfung (620483)

Studiengang

Bauen und Erhalten Master/ Prüfungsordnung 2007

Lehrperson

Dr. phil. Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir


Prüfung Examination - Conservation of Ruins (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 (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)

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