Traversing the disciplines of ecology and archaeology: the new horizon (along with case studies)

Ecology and archaeology have to learn to work together. This Module aims to propose a new horizon for this partnership.

Traversing the disciplines of ecology and archaeology: the new horizon (along with case studies)

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Traversing the disciplines of ecology and archaeology: the new horizon
Introduction
References
Strategies for crossovers within the scope of everyday practice
Four strategies for crossing over boundaries
Exercise
References
Towards a public discourse on human-nature relations
Changing human-nature relations
The frame of co-dependency of humans and environment in both sectors
The concept of sustainability
References
Understanding the landscape
The role of landscape studies
Choosing the right strategy
Integrating different disciplines
Landscape studies and strategic agenda
Strategic themes in landscape studies
Information block
Integrated knowledge of natural and cultural heritage
References
Protecting & Managing
Natural and cultural heritage terms of agreement
History of political awareness
Comparing the institutions that organise landscapes
Challenges in time orientation
Process integrating management cycles
Widening the scope
References
Presenting an integrated heritage
Heritage for and by the people
Heritage communities
Heritage for the people
Heritage by the people
References
Traversing the disciplines of ecology and archaeology: the new horizon - Further reading
Further reading
Las Médulas: archaeological heritage, cultural landscape and nature conservation
Introduction
Hispania’s golden heart
From oblivion and legend to a cultural landscape
An archaeological park in a site of ecological importance
Historical ecology
Managing Las Médulas: Adaptation and Land Use Plan
References
Further Reading
Case Study: Boschi di Carrega Regional Park, Italy
Introduction
General description of the Regional Park
Flora, fauna and geomorphology
Landscapes and habitats
From Farnese Family property to Regional Park
Regulations
Further Reading
Case Study: Saving cultural heritage and biodiversity at one site – the case of old protestant cemetery in Brójce
Case study
References
Case Study: Natural and cultural heritage in National Park of Peneda-Gerês, Portugal
Introduction
How nature benefits of culture
How culture benefits of nature
Culture and nature entangled
References
Further reading
Case Study: Integrated conservation objectives - conservation grazing at Allean, Loch Tummell
Introduction
A site of ecological importance...
… and a significant designated historic asset
Conservation grazing
References
Further reading
Case Study: The historical garden through an interdisciplinary perspective
Introduction
Recording historical values
Conflicts in historical garden design, restoration and conservation
Approaches in historical garden architecture
Restoration and conservation as part of the design process: Palace Het Loo
The garden redesigned
Role of archaeology
Archaeological practice in a historical garden
Improving methods and approaches
References