8th National Forum on Historic Preservation Policy: A Critical Examination of Preservation and the 21st Century City
Sponsored by Historic Preservation at the Tulane School of Architecture; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; with support from the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans and the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, U.S. National Park Service.
The 8th National Forum on Historic Preservation Policy will focus on integrating better historic preservation in local government public policies in the U.S. The keynote will be delivered by architect, educator, preservationist, and author, Richard D. Wagner, PhD, AIA. Sessions will concentrate on Diversity and Inclusion, Displacement and Gentrification, Climate Change, and Land-Use Planning. Each session is composed of three papers presenting different forward-looking approaches to the subject with an expert moderator.
Unique among professional and academic conferences, fully half of each of the four sessions will be devoted to discussion among presenters and audience. To best facilitate this, attendance will be limited to 120 registrants and each will receive an electronic copy of all papers several weeks in advance of the Forum.
The registration cost for remote attendance will be $100. Register below.
The 8th National Forum on Historic Preservation Policy is co-sponsored by American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA); Department of Planning and Urban Studies, University of New Orleans; Historic Preservation Program, School of Architecture, University of Illinois; Historic Preservation Program, School of Architecture and Environment, University of Oregon; Louisiana Office of Cultural Development, Division of Historic Preservation; Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation; Master of Heritage Conservation Program, University of Southern California; National Alliance of Preservation Commissions; National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers; National Preservation Institute; Preservation Action; Preservation Action Foundation; and U. S. General Services Administration.
Schedule At a Glance
Friday, April 16
9:00 am CDST – Introductions
9:30 am CDST – Shields Preservation Lecture Series Keynote Address. Richard Wagner, AIA, PhD, Principal David H Gleason Associates, Inc. “Preservation, Adam Smith, and the Circular Economy”
10:30 am CDST – Break and chat room open
10:40 am CDST – Session 1: Preservation, Diversity, and Inclusion
Vincent Michael, Executive Director, San Antonio Conservation Society
Andrea Roberts, PhD, Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning Department, Texas A & M University
Christina A Hingle, Preservation Policy Manager, Preservation League of New York State
Nicholas Vann, AIA, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Washington State
12:15 pm CSDT – Lunch (Break and chat room open)
1:45 pm CDST – Session 2: Preservation, Displacement and Gentrification
Robert Benedict, Professor of Practice, Department of City Planning and Real Estate Development, Clemson University
Fallon Samuels Aidoo, Jean Brainard Boebel Endowed Professor of Historic Preservation and Assistant Professor of Planning and Urban Studies, University of New Orleans
Helen Erickson, Adjunct Lecturer, School of Landscape Architecture and Planning, University of Arizona
Ted Grevstad-Nordbrock, Assistant Professor, Iowa State University
3:15 pm CDST – End of Day. Break room open for discussions until 4:00 pm.
Saturday, April 17
9:00 am CDST – Welcome, Laura Ewen Blokker
9:15 am CDST – Session 3: Preservation and Climate Change
Ann Horowitz, Principal Planner, City of Alexandria VA
Thomas Hall, Associate Professor of Economics, Associate Director, Public History Center, Christopher Newport University; and Sheri Shuck-Hall, Professor of History, Director, Public History Center, Christopher Newport University
Shanon Shea Miller, AICP, Director and Historic Preservation Officer, City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation; and Jenny Hay, PhD, Special Projects Manager, City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation
Andrew Mackenzie Fellows, Research Specialist, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland
10:345 am CDST – Break and chat room open
11:00 am CDST – Session 4: Preservation and Planning
Karen Gordon, City Historic Preservation Officer, City of Seattle (retired)
Meghan Elliott, Founding Principal, New History & Jon Commers, Founding Principal, Visible City
Marilyn Kaplan, FAPT, Principal Preservation Architecture, APT Codes and Standards Technical Committee; and Mike Jackson, FAIA, FAPT, APT Codes and Standards Technical Committee
Stephanie Phillips, Senior Specialist, City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation; and Shannon Shea Miller, Director and Historic Preservation Officer, City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation
12:30 pm CDST – Closing Remarks de Teel Patterson Tiller, U.S. National Park Service (retired)