Dec 09, 2022  
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PRES 501 - Fundamentals of Preservation Practice


Prerequisites: None
Major: MS in Preservation Practices

 
Delivery: Lecture
 

This course examines practices for managing and intervening in the historic built environment through contemporary preservation planning and design  practices. Topics include the social, economic, and cultural uses of the preserved historic environment; US and international frameworks for preservation; government, nonprofit and corporate involvement at the national, state and local level in the US context; preservation planning in urban rural settings; and documentation, assessment and treatment techniques. The course includes case studies, field trips and guest lecturers.

3 credits
Fall



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