HERM 542: Issues in Planning Historic Places Report a Broken Link

HERM 542: Issues in Planning Historic Places is a detailed examination of planning options and approaches for historic places. Students will gain advanced skills in managing and structuring planning efforts for a variety of types of circumstances; learn how to define appropriate use for buildings, landscapes, and other resources in terms of broader preservation, economic, social, and interpretative needs; and learn how the planning of historic places is shaped by broader cultural and economic contexts and the existing built environment.

Required Readings


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: Alberta Culture and Tourism, Municipal Heritage
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