HERM 670: Industrial Heritage Report a Broken Link

This course introduces the field of industrial heritage and teaches students to apply the techniques of industrial archaeology to study, protect, interpret, and use the historical resources in our towns and landscapes left by industrial societies.

Unit 1: Introduction to Industrial Heritage


Read pages 1–5 and 11–16.

Read pages 23–39.

Unit 2: The Industrial Revolution and the Challenge of the Evidence


Read pages 6–­11. You are also strongly encouraged to read the article in its entirety.

Unit 3: Understanding the Resource


Read pages 31–44.

Read pages 11–19. 

Unit 4: Determining Cultural Significance


Read pages 1–29.

Unit 5: Conservation Strategies


Read pages 191–209.

Read pages 83–134.

Unit 6: Heritage-Led Regeneration


Read pages 3–18.

Unit 7: Collections and Museums


Read pages 19–23.

Unit 8: Exhibitions and Interpretation


Unit 9: Industrial Heritage Tourism


Reading begins on page 144 of the PDF.

Unit 10: Future Trends


Read the following sections:

2. Commemorative Integrity
3. Vision and Guiding Principles
4. Heritage Conservation
7. Heritage Presentation
8. Visitor Facilities and Services
9. Heritage Tourism and Recreation

Unit 11: Onsite Field Study


Read pages 1–29.