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Understanding Millennials and Historic Preservation
A 2017 study of millennials conducted by American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation shows that 97% of millennials “feel it’s important to preserve and conserve buildings, architecture, neighborhoods, ...
Probing the Person-Patina Relationship: A Correlational Study on the Psychology of Senescent Environments
There is a lack of research on people’s psychological perceptions to decay or patina that is part of the historic environment. Built heritage conservation doctrine and law are based on the assumption that all people have ...
10 Ways Historic Preservation Policy Supports White Supremacy and 10 Ideas to End It
In the United States, policy-driven work in historic preservation comprises about three-quarters of the field’s work. Addressing issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity in federal and local preservation policies has ...
Does Intra-Disciplinary Historic Preservation Scholarship Address the Exigent Issues of Practice? Exploring the Character and Impact of Preservation Knowledge Production in Relation to Critical Heritage Studies, Equity, and Social Justice
This data repository originates from research that seeks to understand the relationship, in historic preservation, between equity/social justice and the field’s intra-disciplinary scholarship by using a critical heritage ...