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Interdisciplinary Methods in Graphic Art, Book and Document Conservation

Organisation:
Donau-Universität Krems
Typ:
Part-time
Certificate:
Master of Arts (M.A.)
Duration:
5 semester(s)
City, country:
Krems, Lower Austria, Österreich
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Master Master of Arts (M.A.), Interdisciplinary Methods in Graphic Art, Book and Document Conservation - Das Studium

Programme

Preserving our written and graphical cultural heritage is a complex challenge. The university course „Interdisciplinary Methods in Graphic Art, Book and Document Conservation" is a timely and interdisciplinary answer to this challenge.

Written and graphical cultural heritage are two central areas of identification and legitimisation of Europe´s society and civilisation. Proper comprehensive preservation of written and graphical heritage is essential. Continuing education on the proper protection measures as a task of society cannot be overestimated.

Study with the university chair „Interdisciplinary Methods in Graphic Art, Book and Document Conservation" to learn to develop concepts of written and graphic heritage preservation which are most appropriate in terms of the needs of the heritage items themselves, while taking into account people-related, economic, legal and societal aspects, as well as to lead in the implementation of such concepts, contributing to the preservation of our cultural heritage.

Master Master of Arts (M.A.), Interdisciplinary Methods in Graphic Art, Book and Document Conservation - Target audience

Target group

  • restaurators
  • archivists
  • librarians
  • collection managers
  • public funding agencies
  • art historians
  • researchers in the fields of codicology
  • historians
  • relevant natural sciences
Master Master of Arts (M.A.), Interdisciplinary Methods in Graphic Art, Book and Document Conservation - Emphasis/Curriculum

Emphasis/Curriculum

Study unit 1
Philosophy and theories of written/ graphic heritage conservation

Study unit 2
Ethics of written/graphic heritage conservation

Study unit 3
International recommendations in the field of written/graphic heritage preservation

Study unit 4
Environment aspects

Study unit 5
First-response measures in cases of catastrophes affecting written/graphic heritage

Study unit 6
Water-response measures in cases of catastrophes affecting written/graphic heritage

Study unit 7
Written/graphic heritage and the law

Study unit 8
Types of damage and preservation solutions of written/graphic heritage

Study unit 9
Latest research in the field of book conservation

Study unit 10
Latest research in the field of paper conservation

Study unit 11
Research strategies for safeguarding written/graphic heritage

Study unit 12
Related fields

Study unit 13
Related material groups

Study unit 14
Fundraising for written/graphic heritage

Study unit 15
Economics of safeguarding written/graphic heritage

Study unit 16
Interdisciplinary exchange – future project

Study unit 17
Research in the field

Study unit 18
Reading Group

Master's Thesis

Admission/Entrance requirements

Course fee: EUR 14.000,-

Languages

Language(s) of instruction: English

Teaching concept

The graduates are awarded a Master of Arts degree. The five semester course includes 18 study units in 5 semesters and requires writing a master's thesis. Individual coaching, training in small groups and workshops focusing on practical application of the acquired theoretical knowledge guarantee an excellent learning result. The course is based on an integral didactic concept consisting of both online and face-to-face teaching.

Targets

Planning, conceptualizing and developing complex conservation projects, performing the planned measures on items of written and graphical cultural heritage with due regard for the requirements of the heritage object itself as well as the related economic, legal and social aspects involved in implementing the concept.
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Organisation

Danube University Krems is the leading public university for continuing education in Europe. As university for continuing education we specialize in enhancing the qualifications of working professionals. The strength of Danube University Krems is providing university courses that keep pace with the times and are oriented toward current and future societal challenges. More than 8,000 students are currently enrolled in Danube University Krems, more than 24,500 have already completed their studies successfully. Danube University Krems combines ongoing innovation in research and teaching with the highest standards and holds the seal of quality of the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ Austria).

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Programs of Study
Danube University Krems provides Master’s programs and shorter courses in the following areas:

Please find our complete study program in the current study guide or in our course catalogue.

Studying in Krems

The range of studies offered by Danube University Krems is specially designed to meet the requirements of adult students. It gives students the opportunity to complete academic continuing education alongside their careers, thereby acquiring competencies for professional and personal ongoing development. There are specific admission prerequisites, depending on the type of study and the subject area of the course, which you can find out about in the respective course at www.donau-uni.ac.at/study

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Campus Krems is equipped with state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities, comfortable accommodations, a varied range of food services, and an arthouse cinema. It offers the ideal environment for learning, research and living.

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