Lived Heritage Studies provides solutions to inform non-profit and private/public sector communication and education strategies, placemaking efforts, and policy for heritage places in the US and internationally.

Our work is informed through environmental psychology, community-based participatory research, and policy analyses. We believe in the value of local knowledge to create a more inclusive, equitable, and socially just historic preservation/heritage conservation practice that sustains people in place.

What’s the Big Deal about Preservation Policy? (Video bibliography.)