Checking date: 24/05/2022


Course: 2022/2023

Cultural Heritage
(13070)
Study: Bachelor in Tourism (209)


Coordinating teacher: POVEDANO MARRUGAT, ELISA MARIA

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Humanities: Geography, Contemporary History and Art

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

Course:
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Requirements (Subjects that are assumed to be known)
None
Objectives
The student will learn the basic technical principles on cultural heritage to develop tourism management and complete their cultural knowledge. At the end of the course, students will be able to develope the following specific skills: -Documented on cultural heritage -Recognize cultural heritage elements which can develop tourist activities -Management studies on cultural heritage in the tourism sector -To recognize the destabilizing elements of cultural heritage -Analyze the impacts generated by tourism on cultural heritage -Understand the characteristics of the management of cultural heritage -Recognize the general principles of sustainable tourism -Understand the principles of tourism, including its cultural dimension -Propose criteria for sustainable tourism in cultural heritage With regard to the general abilities or skills, the student will be able to: -The ability to search, communicate and discriminate what information is relevant to a particular decision -The ability of concern for sustainability in all fields -The ability to apply multidisciplinary knowledge to solving a particular problem The student must have the following attitudes at the end of the course: -An attitude of study and analysis to the heritage -A Respectful attitude towards cultural heritage -A Critical attitude towards tourist activities in equity
Skills and learning outcomes
Description of contents: programme
I. INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL HERITAGE Item 1: Old dangers and new threats for Heritage Item 2: Cultural heritage: definitions and concepts Item3: The cultural heritage and typologies. Cultural property II.- CULTURAL HERITAGE: COLLECTING AND MUSEUMS Item 4: Assessment of past: private collectors to public museum. Item 5: Collecting and museums: XIX-XXI centuries Item 6: Collecting and museums in Spain III CULTURAL PROPERTY AND CUSTODY Item 7: Preserving the Past: International Protection of Cultural Heritage Item 8: The protection of World Heritage in Spain IV RESTORATION AND EXPLOITATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE Item 9: Conservation and restoration of monuments: problems and trends Item 10: The conservation and restoration of movable property in heritage: general principles
Learning activities and methodology
The teaching methodology will include: master-classes, in which the knowledge that students should acquire will arise. Study of cases that relate the link between cultural heritage and tourism for better understanding of the respect that should be the cultural heritage from tourism management. -Practices which carry out activities that link tourism activities and cultural heritage Visits to cultural property. -Seeing of documentaries and films related to the agenda of the subject.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 50
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 50
Calendar of Continuous assessment
Basic Bibliography
  • HERNÁNDEZ HERNÁNDEZ, Francisca. El museo como espacio de comunicación. Trea, Gijón, [1998]. 2ª ed.. 2011
  • ABAD GONZÁLEZ, L.. El patrimonio cultural como factor de desarrollo: estudios multidisciplinares.. Ariel. 2006
  • CANO DE MAUVESÍN FABARÉ, J. M. C.. Turismo cultural: manual del gestor de patrimonio. Almuzara. 2005
  • GARCÍA HERNÁNDEZ, M.. Turismo y conjunto monumentales: capacidad de acogida turística y gestión de flujo de visitantes . (No. 338.48 GAR).. 2003
  • GARCÍA HERNÁNDEZ, M. G.. Capacidad de acogida turística y gestión de flujos de visitantes en conjuntos monumentales: el caso de La Alhambra. . dossier 11: Turismo en ciudades históricas.. 2001
  • GONZÁLEZ, M. V. . Gestión turística del patrimonio cultural: enfoques para un desarrollo sostenible del turismo cultural. . Cuadernos de turismo, (23), 237-254.. 2009
  • HERNÁNDEZ HERNÁNDEZ, Francisca: . El patrimonio cultural: la memoria recuperada. Trea [Biblioteconomía y Administración Cultural]. Gijón. 2002
  • LORD, B., LORD, G. D., & FULLOA PERICOT, J. M. (2018). Manual de gestión de museos. Ariel. 2018
  • LORENTE, Jesús Pedro. Manual de historia de la museología. Trea, Gijón. 2012
  • LORENZO ASPRES, A.. Monumentos convertidos en hoteles: el sacrificio de la memoria arquitectónica. El caso de Santo Estevo de Ribas de Sil. . Pasos: Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural, 15(3).. 2017
  • MATEOS RUSILLO, Santos M. . Manual de comunicación para museos y atractivos patrimoniales. Trea, Gijón. 2012
  • MEDINA, A. M.. El turismo patrimonial en la inducción del desarrollo territorial. In VII Seminario Internacional de Investigación en Urbanismo, Barcelona-Montevideo, junio 2015. . Departament d¿Urbanisme i Ordenació del Territori. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. 2015
  • QUEROL, M. Á. . Manual de gestión del patrimonio cultural. Akal. 2010
  • TROITIÑO VINUESA, M. A. . Ciudades patrimonio de la humanidad: patrimonio, turismo y recuperación urbana. Universidad Internacional de Andalucía: Consejería de Cultura. 2009
  • UNESCO. Recomendación sobre la Protección de los Bienes Culturales Muebles . UNESCO. 1978
  • UNESCO. Convención sobre la protección del patrimonio mundial cultural y natural. UNESCO. 1972
  • ¿ CAMPILLO ALHAMA, C., & MARTÍNEZ SALA, A. M.. La estrategia de marketing turístico de los Sitios Patrimonio Mundial a través de los eventos 2.0.. Pasos: Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural, ISSN-e 1695-7121, Vol. 17, Nº. 2, 2019, págs. 425-452. 2019

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