Course: Cultural history of the South Bohemian landscape

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Course title Cultural history of the South Bohemian landscape
Course code KBE/027
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Lesson
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Frequency of the course In each academic year, in the winter semester.
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 3
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course unspecified
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Gaži Martin, Mgr.
  • Ehrlich Marek, Ing.
  • Šnejd Daniel, Ing.
  • Lavička Roman, PhDr. Ph.D.
Course content
Content of lectures: Lectures: 1. Cultural History of the South Bohemian Landscape, a Place of Memory; 2. The Structure of Prehistoric and Early Medieval Settlements; 3. Medieval and Early Modern Urbanism; 3. A Landscape of Medieval Churches; 5. Minor Aristocratic Residences; 6. Villages; 7. Ponds, Mills, Trip Hammer Mills ,and Other Technical Facilities; 8. Gardens; 9. The Composed Baroque and Romantic Landscape; 10. The Sacralisation of the Suburban Area and Baroque Pilgrimage Sites; 11. Shrines, Chapels, Outdoor Sculpture; 12. The Landscape in Iconography; 13. Modernist Projects and the Landscape (suburbs, dams, military areas) Course content: Requirement for credit: written test Requirement for the exam: defense of separate thematic project aimed at the interconnection of the protection of cultural and natural heritage in terms of heritage conservation/management and administration Content of practicals: Two half-day excursions focusing on important landmarks of South Bohemia that connect the historical, cultural and natural heritage (also to certain announced or proposed Cultural Heritage Zones).

Learning activities and teaching methods
Monologic (reading, lecture, briefing)
  • Class attendance - 36 hours per semester
  • Preparation for exam - 30 hours per semester
  • Semestral paper - 10 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
The center of interest will be heritage properties and heritage areas in their historical development, including identifying options for the rehabilitation of their values. The lecture series will be hosted by the professional staff of the Czech National Heritage Institute, including Martin. Gaži, who will be organizing and leading the entire course.

Prerequisites
unspecified

Assessment methods and criteria
Essay

Recommended literature
  • GAŽI M. - HANSOVÁ J., Svatyně za hradbami měst, České Budějovice 2012..
  • GAŽI, M. (ed.), Rožmberkové. Rod českých velmožů a jeho cesta dějinami, České Budějovice 2011..
  • GAŽI M. -OURODA V. (edd.), Památky jižních Čech I-V, České Budějovice 2008-2014..
  • HÁJEK, P., Zděná boží muka v jižních Čechách, České Budějovice 2008..
  • HAVLOVÁ, M., Krajinář Ferdinand Runk, České Budějovice 2014..
  • KIBIC K. - VOŠAHLÍK A., Památková ochrana a regenerace historických měst v České republice, Praha2011..
  • LAVIČKA, R., Pozdně gotické kostely na rožmberském panství, České Budějovice 2013..
  • PALOUŠOVá, Z., Kamenná boží muka v jižních Čechách a přilehlé Moravě, České Budějovice 2008..
  • RAZÍM V. - MACEK P., Zkoumání historických staveb, Praha 2011..
  • ŠTORM B., Mezi žízní budoucnosti a trýzní minulosti, Brno 2008..


Study plans that include the course
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