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  • A Place to Start: A Toolkit for Documenting LGBTQ Heritage in Baltimore City (and Beyond) 

    Boyle, Katherine; Ginter, Ty; Haley, Kelly Marie; Tai, Daniela; Schindler, Kelly; Schrantz, Emma (2018-12)
    During the fall of 2018, the Historic Preservation Studio (HISP 650) graduate course at the University of Maryland, College Park, was tasked with creating a toolkit for LGBTQ heritage documentation in Baltimore City by ...
  • Baltimore Alley House Study 

    Bondarenko, Iryna; Castro Cerdas, Juan; Gibson, Jamesha; Mehrotra, Ridhima; Narron, Jack; Olafusi, Abidemi; Pickens, Meagan; Seguin, Andrew; Shell, Nayo; Simmons, Holly; Vargas, Hadassah (2017)
    This report, prepared as part of a joint studio between graduate students in the Master of Community Planning and the Master of Historic Preservation programs at the University of Maryland, College Park, for the Maryland ...
  • Building Wellness: Reimagining Space and Shaping Urban Lifestlye 

    Bridge, Brandon (2018)
    What does it mean to live well? Philosophers and theorists have described the “good life” for thousands of years as the pursuit of happiness and success - living well. Today, Americans spend over 90% of their time indoors ...
  • Cultural Tourism: Unearthing Sudan's Hidden Gems 

    Elmahadi, Alla Abubakr Mandour (2018)
    By 2027, Sudan is anticipated to attract over 1.2 million visitors from across the globe, annually, for the purposes of tourism. Clouded by issues of political instability and poverty, the country is finding a new path for ...
  • From Hill to Harbor 

    Giron, Leslie (2018)
    This thesis focuses on bringing an art hub onto Baltimore’s civic waterfront of the Inner Harbor, specifically on Rash Field. Rash Field has been an unsightly and underutilized space, and is considered to be the last ...

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