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Looking Forward Symposium Papers

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The symposium schedule is listed below, with papers available for download as PDFs. Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Keynote address

Preserving Twenty-First Century New England: What Place Will We Be?

Ned Kaufman, Ph.D., adjunct professor, Pratt Institute; director of research and training, Rafael Vinoly Architects, New York; author, Place, Race and Story: Essays on the Past and Future of Historic Preservation (Routledge, 2009)

Evaluation, Assessment, and Interpretation

  • A New Approach to Evaluating Significance in Recent-Past Properties, Applied to 1960-1969 Properties in Philadelphia County, Kristin Hagar, University of Pennsylvania, 2011


Rethinking Preservation, Jason Hart, CUBE design + research, Boston

Integrity and Treatment

Advocacy and Activism

  • Provocateur: Briann Greenfield, Ph.D., associate professor, public historic program coordinator, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Conn.


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Looking Forward Symposium Papers