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Preserving the Imagined Past: Reconstructions and the National Park Service
The National Park Service (NPS) has been a consistent leader in cultural resource management and historic preservation for almost 100 years. Along with historic structures, the NPS is responsible for the management and ...
It's Not Ugly, It's the Recent Past: Looking Beyond the Aesthetics of Modern Architecture Within Historic Preservation
Preservationists constantly face new challenges in their pursuit to preserve America’s built heritage. Among those challenges is the recent past, which has been gaining a great deal of interest over the years. The “recent ...
DIRT CHEAP: THE GARDENDALE EXPERIMENT AND RAMMED EARTH HOME CONSTRUCTION IN THE UNITED STATES
This work addresses an understudied and little appreciated construction type—rammed earth—and argues that understanding its history helps us better evaluate the relationship between our built environment and cultural ...