Human-Centered Built Environment Heritage Preservation

It is with great excitement that I share the publication of my new book, co-edited with Barry Stiefel, Human-Centered Built Environment Heritage Preservation: Theory and Evidence-Based Practice, which was officially released by Routledge last week. (Google Books link here.) The official description is as follows: Human-Centered Built Environment Heritage Preservation addresses the question of how […]

Disasters, resiliency, and built heritage

I would like to share the work of one of my students, Jamesha Gibson, who recently graduated with a Masters in Historic Preservation and a Master of Community Planning from the University of Maryland. She just published “From Engagement to Empowerment: How Heritage Professionals Can Incorporate Participatory Methods in Disaster Recovery to Better Serve Socially Vulnerable […]

Call for papers: “Engaging the Public in Heritage Practice”

I received the text, below, from one of the conference session organizers. Call for Papers – Organized Session Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) Annual Meeting March 19-23, 2019 Portland, OR “Engaging the Public in Heritage Practice” How do anthropologists work in a variety of settings – public, private, non-profit, and academic – to ensure that […]