Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
Culturally modified landscapes are important heritage resources, both in their own right and as a context for historic places. Explores the range and characteristics of cultural landscapes including gardens, parks, transportation corridors, and settlement and traditional use sites; and focuses on methods of 'reading landscapes' to determine significance and character defining elements; site examination, inventory and analysis; preservation and conservation strategies; preservation legislations, planning, easements, registration, and funding. Field work is featured.
Note: Subject to differential fees; consult Fees for Undergraduate Programs.
Undergraduate course in History in Art offered by the Department of History in Art in the Faculty of Fine Arts.