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Summer 2012 Courses in Heritage Preservation


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  Name Time Computer# Instructor

AH 6600 Modern Architecture M-F 1:45p-4:05p 54062 Gindhart
Evolution of twentieth-century methods, materials, and concepts of architectural design.

ANTH 6080 Consumption and Material Culture M-F 11:00a-1:20p 53137 Staff
This course examines anthropological approaches to material culture and consumption: the practices, relations, and rituals through which things "from food and clothing to shell valuables or money" become meaningful and are used in the organization of social life. Readings include classic works of anthropology and social theory as well as recent ethnographies of western capitalist, colonial/postcolonial and postsocialist settings.

ANTH 6550 Field School in Anthropology TBA 53833 Staff
Anthropological field methods. Students will develop skills in ethnographic, archaeological, and biological methods through field projects. Emphasis will be on providing a holistic interpretation of conditions at the field location.

ANTH 820 Public Archaeology M/W 4:00p-6:55p 52718 Staff
Laws and regulations governing cultural resource protection and preservation, the conduct of archaeology in a contract format, and mechanisms for public education.

HIST 7010 Issues & Interpretations in American History Tu/Th 8:00a-11:25a 52063 Youngs
Study and discussion of important historical questions; introduction to the historiography of the field.

HIST 8065 History of Georgia M/W noon-3:25p 53736 Youngs
This seminar course offers an overview to some of the key currents and developments in Georgia history, from pre-colonial times to contemporary Georgia, as well as the relevant historiography. The course will situate Georgia history within a variety of broader regional, national and international contexts. Furthermore, the course will emphasize the history of both ordinary and prominent Georgians, and will include examples of various subfields of history (i.e., environmental history, social history, labor history, women’s history, political history). This offering is of use to students considering Georgia-related themes for their theses and dissertations, students in the Heritage Preservation Program, and TEEMS students alike, along with students generally interested in the subject.

HIST 8660 Case Study in International Preservation TBA 53104/52308 Laub
The study of preservation and conservation programs and processes in foreign countries, through lectures, readings, and site visits. Comparison of preservation and public history as it is practiced in foreign programs with the approaches taken in the United States.

HIST 8680 Internship TBA 53046 Laub
The study of preservation and conservation programs and processes in foreign countries, through lectures, readings, and site visits. Comparison of preservation and public history as it is practiced in foreign programs with the approaches taken in the United States.

HIST 8890 International Heritage Preservation M/W 7:40p-10:10p 53144 Staff/TD>
Analysis of a selected historical issue or topic, such as modernization, religion, revolution, role of women, and peasant societies.

HIST 8890 Issues in American History TBA 52270 Grubbs/TD>
Analysis of a selected historical issue or topic, such as modernization, religion, revolution, role of women, and peasant societies. May be repeated for credit if topics vary.

HIST 8900 Directed Readings TBA 50347 Laub
 

ID 8650 History of Interior Design: Antiquities to 19th Century Tu/Th 4:45p-7:15p 50929 Staff
Development of architecture, interiors, and the decorative arts.

PMAP 8161 Public Budgeting and Finance Tu/Th 7:40p-10:10p 52672 Staff
A survey of the practice and problems of modern fiscal management in government with special emphasis on budgetary procedures and the means of budgetary analysis.

PMAP 8431 Leadership and Organizational Behavior Tu/Th 4:$5p-7:15p 52680 Waugh
Examination and application of theories of leadership and organizational behavior, with attention to communication, motivation, group dynamics, organizational change, leadership and decision making in public organizations

RE 8430 Taxation of Reinvestment Tu/Th 7:40p-10:10p 50741 Staff
In this course the student examines the income tax codes of the federal government and the state of Georgia. These various subparts of these tax codes are initially review and analyzed and then placed into the context of real estate equity investment analysis. Subjects shall include, but not limited to: basis, depreciation, at-risk rules, passive loss rules, capital gain/loss treatment, like-kind exchanges, installment sales, various tax entity classifications, estate and trust tax considerations.


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