HERM 342: General Principles of Planning Historic Places Report a Broken Link

HERM 342: General Principles of Planning Historic Places studies the complexity of assessing and preserving heritage value. This course looks at significant debates in the field and the purpose of historic place planning, methods of assessment, regulation, conservation, and interpretation.

Unit 1


Home page: ICOMOS, International Council on Monuments and Sites
Home page: ICOMOS, International Council on Monuments and Sites

Unit 2


Home page: The Getty

Unit 3


Home page: IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature

Unit 4


Home page: Historic Environment Local Management (HELM)
Home page: Australia ICOMOS
Home page: The Getty
Home page: The Getty

Unit 5


Home page: Municipal Heritage Partnership Program
Home page: Parks Canada
Home page: Parks Canada
Home page: Municipal Heritage Partnership Program

Unit 6


Home page: City of Calgary
Home page: Heritage Canada Foundation

Home page: Heritage Canada Foundation

Home page: Ontario Mniistry of Tourism and Culture
Home page: Government of Alberta Culture and Community Spirit
Home page: City&Time

Unit 7


Home page: ICOMOS Canada

Home page: Canada's Historic Places

Unit 8


Important update: This document replaces the earlier (2010) UNESCO document listed in your Study Guide.

Home page: UNESCO

Home page: National Trust for Historic Preservation
Home page: Columbia University

Unit 9


Home page: Ename Charter
Home page: Parks Canada
Home page: Government of Canada Depository Services Program

Unit 10


Home page: US National Park Service
Home page: UNESCO
Home page: Canada's Historic Places