Cultural Heritage Mapping (INCC 310.3)

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INCC 310 02 January 2017
INCC 310 02 January 2016


An experiential project-based course involving supervised community-based research. Working in close collaboration with community representatives, small interdisciplinary groups will research a community-defined cultural heritage spatial project. A lecture component will teach concepts of cultural heritage and cultural space theory. Heritage mapping methods including oral interviewing, archival research, and digital geodatabase construction are introduced. Student creative work in the form of maps, web displays, and artistic works will be presented to the community for public use. Registration by students from any discipline is encouraged.


Successful completion of 24 credit units, submission of an application letter, and permission of the instructor


Students will be required to complete 15 hours of self-directed fieldwork in addition to lecture/lab requirements.

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