Events

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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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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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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PastForward Online 2021 Diversity Scholarship Program

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is accepting applications for both scholars and mentors for the PastForward Online 2021 Diversity Scholarship Program. Up to 200 diversity scholars and the first 50 mentors will receive complimentary registration. The program honors diversity by providing scholarship opportunities to historically underrepresented groups in the historic preservation profession and in

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Raising Indigenous Voices in Academia (RIVA) conference

September 2nd – 5th A presentation by NCPE member Dean Nicolai titled “Exploring Indigenous Methodological Perspectives in Cultural Resource Management” is scheduled for 7pm on Thursday, September 2nd. Students of NCPE member programs can sign up for a limited number of reduced registration “day passes” which allow them to access one day of the conference

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US/ICOMOS Webinar

HP Students and Emerging Professionals: Please join US/ICOMOS for “700 Interns and 100 Countries: the US/ICOMOS International Exchange Program,” our July #WorldHeritageWebinar. This is your chance to learn from past participants about our signature international heritage program. Thursday, July 15, 2021, 12:30 EDT. https://usicomos.org/webinars/

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Call for Proposals: 2021 Keeping History Above Water

2021 Keeping History Above Water: Charleston Communities in Action March 14-16, 2021 Call for Proposals Life in Charleston, South Carolina is and always has been oriented toward the sea. Science clearly indicates that as the 21st century progresses, the city’s prosperity will be tied to its ability to manage risks associated with floods (surge, tidal,

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