- Attendance on each session of the course is a requirement.
- Active participation is strongly advised, also reading the assigned texts for each session is a requirement.
- For each session, one or two students will prepare a short, 10-minute ‘debate proposal’, an introduction for the readings with their comments, questions on the text(s) to generate a classroom debate.
- During the last two sessions, student will be presenting 1-1 case study linked to the broader issues of ‘decolonizing heritage’ (a public debate, a museological practice, an institutional change of procedures, a protests movement linked to contested heritage interpretations).
- A final paper of 2000-2500 words discussing the same case.
- Active participation 40%
- Debate Proposal 20%
- Case presentation 20%
- Final paper 20%