University of Kent
International Heritage and Law
This course is of particular interest to those who wish to study cultural heritage as an academic subject, those who wish to pursue a career in international heritage and development, lawyers who want to specialise in cultural heritage issues or heritage specialists who want to acquire a better understanding of legal issues.
A first or upper 2nd Class Honours degree in ancient history, ancient history and archaeology, classical studies, classical and archaeological studies, law or another relevant subject (or the equivalent).
Modules includes: International heritage, archaeology and development; alongside contemporary archaeology: theories, methods and substantive issues; artefacts in archaeology; research skills in ancient history: understanding the city in antiquity; transmanche archaeologies; cultural heritage law; international protection of human rights; legal aspects of contemporary international problems; law and development.
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