Explores the profound social changes that are reshaping the nature and purposes of museums and other cultural heritage organizations in a pluralistic society. Considers the implications for all aspects of their specialized functions with a particular focus on how such organizations serve as dynamic social spaces for community engagement and action.
- Credit will be granted for only one of CH 561, AHVS 488W.
- A combined undergraduate and graduate course.
Graduate course in the Cultural Heritage Management program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.