Cultural Policies and Museology
Part of this Programme
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Doctorate | Anual | 10
Year | Type of course unit | Language
1 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
280 | 25
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
1. Models of Cultural Public Policy (CPP) and European Portuguese 2. The Place of Museology and Heritage in PPC's 3. Notions of Memory and Identity in the context of Museology inseirdas in PPC's 4. The notions of culture as a vector of integrated development; 5. Different development models and their implications in Museology; 6.Que development potential promote the museums, especially in their new formats and geographical areas (the national museum, the local museum, museums network)? How museums can take and star in a developmental role? 7. Documents produced by UNESCO (ICOM / ICOMOS) 8. Transformation of the guiding principles in the scientific field of Museology and Cultural Heritage.
With this course aims to promote reflection on the public policies of the culture sector and its impact, direct or indirect, on the museum and heritage sector. Objective is to critically analyze the major contemporary issues that affect the construction of contemporary museology: addressing the role and place of migration, border and local identities, and hybridizations of multiculturalidades the processes of collective belonging of the property in the logic of the nation state
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
Enable the development of procedures in the application of Public Policy Cultural Qualify for the analysis of the different contexts of social development in its various dimensions of society at the international, national, regional and local levels and their intersections with contemporary museology. Prepare for research and teaching in the fields of museology, heritage and cultural policies.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
Classes in seminar format allows a comprehensive reflection of the problems under discussion. More important than the transmission of knowledge is, in this sense, the allocation of responsibilities based on reflection and critique of the topics presented through discussion oriented around the subject matter. Are invited experts in the various fields of the topics treated, mostly international, allowing a comprehensive reflection on the issues and subjects taught. Every year is made a study visit allowing contact with international realities and forms of action distinct, enabling new perspective and knowledge sharing with different realities. The evaluation is performed through a work cuts across all units, which relate to the matters discussed. Also included the evaluation work, the research project to develop with annotated bibliography and 5 TDS reading.
AAVV, 2004. Cultural Policies and Decentralization: Impact Program Dissemination of Performing Arts, Lisbon Observatory of Cultural Activities Araújo, Henrique Gomes (Ed.) 1991 Portugal and Europe, identity and diversity, Ed Wing, Col. In Focus. Carrilho, Maria Manuel, 2001. Culture in the Heart of Politics, News Editorial. Cultural policies in Europe: a compendium of basic facts and trends, 2001-2002. Ps: Council of Europe: ERICarts. Cultural policies in the EU member states. Luxembourg: European Parliament, 2002. Working paper. Education and Culture Dantas, Vera, 2007. The Cultural Dimension of the European Project. Europe of Cultures to Pillars of a European Cultural Policy. Lisbon: Col. Library Diplomatic Min of Foreign Affairs. Lima dos Santos, Maria de Lourdes, 2004. The Urban Cultural Policy, in Journal of Observ. Cultural Activities Warnier, Jean-Pierre, 2004. Mondialisation La La Culture, col. Repères, ed. La Découverte