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  2. Seminars 3 items
    It is challenging to identify text books for this course, but there are three in particular that offer relevant background that you may find helpful because they provide context for (a) heritage management in the UK and (b) the nature of the archaeological resource in Scotland /
    1. Scotland after the Ice Age: environment, archaeology and history, 8000 BC - AD 1000 - Kevin J. Edwards, Ian Ralston 2003

      Book  [This will offer you an understanding of the nature of Scotland’s prehistoric archaeology]

  3. Week 1. Introductory meeting and lecture: Heritage protection 6 items
    1. Reading assignments 6 items
      Read this module handbook carefully in advance so you can ask questions about it at the first session!
      1. Starter 2 items
        1. The archaeology of Britain: an introduction from earliest times to the twenty-first century - John Hunter, Ian Ralston 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book  DARVILL, T., 2009. Reeling in the years: the past in the present, pp. 410-432

      2. Follow up

      3. Follow-up 3 items
        1. Scotland after the Ice Age: environment, archaeology and history, 8000 BC - AD 1000 - Kevin J. Edwards, Ian Ralston 2003

          Book  At least one chapter of choice.

        2. The archaeology of Britain: an introduction from earliest times to the twenty-first century - John Hunter, Ian Ralston 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book  At least one chapter of choice.

        3. The Heritage reader - G. J. Fairclough 2008

          Book  SCHOFIELD, J., 2008. Heritage management, theory and practice, pp.15-30

  4. Week 2. Protection – the bigger perspective 6 items
    1. Reading assignments 6 items
      1. Starter 2 items
        1. Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement 2016 - Historic Environment Scotland 2016

          Webpage  Read introduction and chapter 1

      2. Follow-up 4 items
        1. Future Thinking on Carved Stones in Scotland

          Webpage  Read: Chapter 1 includes a discussion of the relationship between knowledge and understanding, valuing, protection, and engagement and enjoyment that is wider than just carved stones; this is explored further in Chapters 3-6, ditto.

  5. Week 3. Group presentations on the place of community projects in protecting our heritage 7 items
    1. Example projects 7 items
      1. Ochils Landscape Partnership

        Website  [or other completed Landscape Partnerships]

      2. Scotland’s Rural Past

        Website  You may wish to compare with website below [Scotland's Urban Past 2015]

  6. Week 4. Fieldtrip (to Logie Old Kirk): designations and protection in practice 18 items
    See Canvas for worksheet (to be printed off and brought with you) and all practical arrangements which you need to plan for and address in advance of this short fieldtrip. This includes planning for your health and safety.
    1. Reading assignments 18 items
      1. Required reading 5 items
        1. Understanding Scottish graveyards - Betty Willsher, Council for Scottish Archaeology c2005

          Book  [Dip into this to get a feel for what gravestones can tell us]

      2. Follow-up 13 items
        1. Conservation of historic graveyards seminar: 19 November 2001 - Audrey Dakin, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Historic Scotland 2001

          Book 

        2. Places of worship - Historic England 2009

          Document  Read - places of worship

        3. Future Thinking on Carved Stones in Scotland

          Webpage  [Sections 2.6 for history of research on gravestones; graveyards/stones are mentioned also in Chapters 3-6; see also extensive Bibliography at 10.6]

        4. Conservation of historic graveyards (Guide for practitioners 2) - Ingval Maxwell, Ratish Nanda, Dennis Urquhart, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 2001

          Book 

        5. Recording and analysing graveyards - H. C. Mytum, Joanna Richardson, Council for British Archaeology 2000

          Book 

        6. Landscapes of memory: the nineteenth-century garden cemetery - Sarah Tarlow

          Article  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ARTUHX5

  7. Week 5. Self-led learning exercise (formative assessment) on historic environment records 1 item
    1. Reading assignments 1 item
      1. The British archaeological database, IN: Archaeological resource management in the UK: an introduction - D. Fraser, M. Newman

        Chapter  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ARTUHX5

  8. Week 6: Reflections on designations 15 items
    A participatory lecture will introduce the nature of designations that offer formal protection for the historic environment.
    1. Reading assignments 15 items
      1. Starter 4 items
        1. Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement 2016 2016

          Webpage  [Chapter 2, with reference to the associated Appendices. You may find this website also helpful for an overview: https://www.historicenvironment.scot/advice-and-support/listing-scheduling-and-designations/].

      2. Follow-up 11 items
        1. On archaeological value - Carver, Martin Mar 1996

          Article  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ARTUHX5

        2. The monuments at risk survey: An introduction - Darvill, Timothy Dec 1994

          Article  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ARTUHX5

        3. Proposals for a practical system of significance evaluation in archaeological heritage management - Jos Deeben

          Article  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ARTUHX5

        4. Managing built heritage: the role of cultural significance - Derek Worthing, Stephen Bond 2008 (electronic resource)

          Book 

  9. Week 7. Mid-Semester Break – Monday 23 to Friday 27 October 2017 (inclusive) 0 items
  10. Week 8. Identifying, assessing and monitoring threats: the example of changing coastlines 12 items
    1. Reading assignments 12 items
      1. Starter 3 items
      2. Follow-up 9 items
        1. Coastal archaeology and erosion in Scotland - Historic Scotland Ancient Monument Division 2005

          Book 

        2. The future of heritage as climates change: loss, adaptation and creativity 2015 (electronic resource)

          Book  Taking the middle path to the coast: how community collaboration can help save threatened sites

        3. A view from Scotland's coast. - T. Dawson 2014

          Article  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ARTUHX5

        4. Rising tides revisited: the loss of coastal heritage in Orkney - Julie Gibson, Frak Bradford, Orkney Archaeology Society 2012

          Book 

  11. Week 9. Identifying, assessing and monitoring threats: ‘night hawking’ and metal detecting 8 items
    1. Reading assignments 8 items
      1. Starter 3 items
        1. Between Two Places: Archaeology and Metal-detecting in Europe - Pieterjan Deckers, Michael Lewis, Suzie Thomas 30/01/2016

          Article 

      2. Follow-up 4 items
        1. Archaeological resource management in the UK: an introduction - John Hunter, Ian Ralston 2006

          Book  SAVILLE, A., 2006. Portable antiquities, pp. 69-84

        2. Metal detecting and archaeology 2009

          Book  Read Chapter 7 "Treasure trove and metal detecting in Scotland", pp. 87-98

      3. Debating the archaeological heritage - Robin Skeates 2000

        Book  FOLLOW-UP pp. 39-56

  12. Week 10. Managing major landholdings: Forestry Commission Scotland 16 items
    1. Reading assignments 16 items
      1. Starter 6 items
      2. Follow-up 10 items
        1. Rural Land Use. - Archaeology Scotland

          Website 

  13. Week 11. Managing change in the historic environment: the example of Scottish castles and tower houses 9 items
    1. Reading assignments 9 items
      1. Starter 3 items
        1. Chapter 3 of Renewed life for Scottish castles - R. Fawcett, A. Rutherford

          Chapter  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ARTUHX5 [You aim is to understand the approach to the castles, and to be able to illustrate this with case studies]

      2. Follow-up 6 items
        1. Scotland's castle culture - A. Dakin, Miles Glendinning, Aonghus MacKechnie 2011

          Book 

  14. BEYOND the READING LIST 1 item
    You are expected to read widely beyond this resource list. Make a start with your subject research guide
    1. Try the subject research guide for the most appropriate resources for your topic.