The School will foresee classes will include theoretical - practical and in discussion and debate among teachers and students through the presentation of papers. The papers consist of exposure status of development of theses, final or registered professional activities. Fittingly give details on the format and date of submission thereof.
It is expected, in turn, the issuance of seminars, visits to sites selected as case study and presentation of papers.
The Summer School will run for two weeks, with a total of 100 hours and will select 6 credits (6 ECTS). In this sense certifications and credits are awarded to those who have fulfilled at least 70% of courses and presented the paper or term paper.
Lectures will be delivered in Spanish and English.
Participants will be offered a theoretical and methodological introduction to the Summer School issues (concepts, themes, and multidisciplinary approaches to the relationship between heritage, identity and Development).
Heritage, Identity and Development: Approaches to Social Anthropology.
Heritage and Development from an economical point of view.
Anthropology, Archaeology and industrial heritage.
Economics and Environmental planning.
Oral History, Heritage and local identity.
Heritage and Social Communication.
The work culture. The historical memory of Labour and trades.