Cultural and Tourism Potential of Borderlands

Major: Museum, Monument Protection Activity and Cultural Tourism
Code of subject: 6.027.03.O.042
Credits: 4.00
Department: History of Ukraine and Ethnic Communication
Lecturer: Doctor of History Chmelyk Roman
Semester: 7 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: Ability to analytically comprehend and understand the multicultural nature of the border; ability to determine the features and patterns of development of historical and cultural process at the junction of cultures and civilizations; develops the ability to collect and process information and material about a particular area, taking into account the controversy of events and phenomena, as well as their excellent interpretation by various historical or national scientific schools; ability to critically analyze phenomena and facts from various sources of information and interpret them accordingly; ability to communicate and dialogue with people and institutions that have different views or understandings of the development and significance of the historical and cultural process of a given region or country; ability to use professional knowledge to solve theoretical and practical problems in the field of preservation of movable and immovable cultural heritage of Ukraine; the graduate can take an active part in the programs of the European Union - Eastern Partnership, Cross-border cooperation Poland - Belarus - Ukraine, etc .; the competitiveness and readiness of the graduate to participate in the European Union programs for the development of regions, in particular, the "Carpathian Euroregion" and "Bug" increases.
Required prior and related subjects: Historical local lore, museum tourism, history of monument protection of Ukraine, cultural anthropology, local history, urban planning.
Summary of the subject: The cultural heritage of the border is an important factor in shaping the national identity of Ukrainians. The influence of the cultural heritage of the Ukrainian-Polish border on modern interethnic and interstate relations. Museum collections of Lviv in the context of modern Ukrainian-Polish dialogue. The common cultural heritage is a platform for interethnic understanding.
Assessment methods and criteria: Semester evaluation of student learning is carried out according to the total number of points (100) obtained according to the results of current control (50) and the implementation of control measures – examination (50 ).
Recommended books: 1. Павлюк С., Чмелик Р. Скарби Музею етнографії та художнього промислу Інституту народознавства НАН України. Львів: Інститут народознавства НАН України, 2005. 2. Меро Ф. Музеї та суспільство // Народна творчість та етнографія. 2006. № 6. 3. Хахула Л. “Різуни” чи побратими? Сучасні польські дискурси про Україну. Львів: Інститут українознавства ім. І. Крипякевича НАН України, 2016. 4. Чмелик Р. Сучасний українсько-польський кордон: виміри ідентичності. Львів, 2017. 5. O dialogu wspolnot Kresowych / pod red. St. Uliasza. Rzeszow: WSP, 1998. 6. Na pograniczu ”nowej Europy”. Polsko-ukrainskie sasiedztwo / pod red. Magdaleny Zowczak. Warszawa, 2010. 7. Jedraszczyk K., Krasiwski O., Bezludny O., Czmelyk R., Durniak B., Jaciw R., Kotyhorenko W., Stronski H., Uhryn J. Spoleczenstwo i kultura Ukrainy. Cwiercwiecze przemian (1991 2016). Gniezno: Instytut kultury europejskej UAM, 2016.