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Vernacular Architecture Forum: Awards, Prizes and Fellowships

The Vernacular Architecture Forum (VAF) offers a number of awards and fellowships to promote and support vernacular architectural fieldwork and scholarship, as well as the dissemination of research. Prizes are awarded to recognize the contributions to the study of vernacular architecture. Information about applying and past winners can be found on the VAF website at: […]

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Call for Papers: 9th Preservation Policy Forum

The 9th Preservation Policy Forum: A Critical Examination of New Design in Historic Contexts   March 2023 Charleston, South Carolina    Sponsored by The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation of Clemson University and College of Charleston, The Joseph P. Riley Center for Livable Communities at College of Charleston and National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, National

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Announcement: Faculty Search

Instructor, Historic Preservation and Restoration – Full-time position beginning mid-September 2022.  View job  description/qualifications and apply on-line at https://www.clatsopcc.edu/human-resources/ Applications must be submitted by April 15, 2022.  Contact the Office of Human Resources at (503)338-2406 or hr@clatsopcc.edu if application assistance is needed.  AA/EOE Browser link to positon in SimpleHIre applicant tracking module: clatsopcc.simplehire.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=50909 Instructor, Historic Preservation and Restoration Description

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The 9th Preservation Policy Forum: A Critical Examination of New Design in Historic Contexts

March 2023 – Charleston, South Carolina Sponsored by The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation of Clemson University and College of Charleston, The Joseph P. Riley Center for Livable Communities at College of Charleston and National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, National Park Service Call for Papers The United States’ public policies that frame how new design is considered

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Announcement: faculty search

The Bucks County Community College Historic Preservation program marks our 30th year of preservation education this year and we are hiring new part-time instructors. Historic Preservation is undergoing fundamental change: we seek to supplement our faculty with preservation and public history practitioners who have fresh perspectives and real-world experiences that will help us build a more contextual

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Push & Pull: A Dialog of Preservation Education & the Profession

Recordings of this event can be found on NCPE’s Youtube Channel. Join the National Council for Preservation Education in an end of the year series of presentations and open discussions that investigate architectural, academic, and engineering perspectives on preservation education, where we’ve been, where we’re going and why. Now, more than ever, professionals need to

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Preservation Technology and Training Grants 2022

2022 Preservation Technology and Training Grants (PTT Grants) are intended to create better tools, better materials, and better approaches to conserving buildings, landscapes, sites, and collections. LEARN MORE HERE The Preservation Technology and Training (PTT) Grants program provides funding for innovative research that develops new technologies or adapts existing technologies to preserve cultural resources. Grant

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Raconter, exposer et commémorer l’histoire des minorités aux Etats-Unis. Les musées et sites historiques états-uniens et les récits minoritaires.

Raconter, exposer et commémorer l’histoire des minorités aux Etats-Unis. Les musées et sites historiques états-uniens et les récits minoritaires. Journée d’étude organisée par l’Institut d’Histoire du Temps Présent, UMR 8244, le vendredi 10 décembre 2021. Avec le soutien du musée du quai branly -Jacques Chirac, de la ComUE UPL, et de la Fondation pour la

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