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Human-centered built environment heritage preservation : theory and evidence-based practice

Author: Jeremy C Wells; Barry Stiefel
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019. ©2019
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeremy C Wells; Barry Stiefel
ISBN: 9781138583948 1138583944 9781138583955 1138583952
OCLC Number: 1081277398
Description: xv, 353 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Dedication; Acknowledgements; Foreword by Tom Mayes; Preface; Introduction: Moving Past Conflicts to Foster an Evidence-based, Human-Centric Built Heritage Conservation Practice, Jeremy C. Wells and Barry L. Stiefel; Part 1: Defining a Human-Centric Built Heritage Conservation Practice; Chapter 1: Bridging the Gap between Built Heritage Conservation Practice and Critical Heritage Studies, Jeremy C. Wells; Chapter 2: The Measurement of Meaning-Psychometrics and Sense of Place, Suzanne Elizabeth Bott; Chapter 3: Meeting the Shadow: Resource Management and the McDonaldization of Heritage Stewardship, Richard M. Hutchings; Chapter 4: The Mystery of History and Place: Radical Preservation Revisited, Jack D. Elliott, Jr.; Part 2: Ways to Gather Evidence; Chapter 5: The Perception and Preservation of Vernacular Architectural Features in an Urban Historic District with Heritage Value: A Case Study from Grand Rapids, Michigan, You Kyong Ahn; Chapter 6: Image for the Future of the Historic City: Photo-Elicitation and Architectural Preservation in Barcelona, AnnaMarie Bliss; Chapter 7: Conservation and the People's Views: Ethnographic Perspectives from Jones Beach State Park, Dana H. Taplin, Suzanne Scheld, and Setha Low; Part 3: Using Evidence to Change Practice; Chapter 8: Tours of Critical Geography and Public Deliberation: Applied Social Sciences as Guide, Jennifer Minner; Chapter 9: Of Policy Lags and "Upgraded" Neighborhoods: Historic Preservation for the Twenty-First Century, Ted Grevstad-Nordbrock; Chapter 10: Urban Preservation: A Community and Economic Development Perspective, Stephanie Ryberg-Webster; Chapter 11: Using Evidence from the Community to Guide a Local Municipality's Preservation Program, Kimberli Fitzgerald; Chapter 12: Democratizing Conservation: Challenges to Changing the Paradigm of Cultural Heritage Management, Richard A. Engelhardt, Heather A. Peters, and Montira Horayangura Unakul; Chapter 13: Missed Opportunities: The Absence of Ethnography in America's Cultural Heritage Programs, Richard Vidutis; Part 4: The Role of Higher Education in Leading Evidence-based Practice; Chapter 14: "But Where Are the People?" Grappling with Teaching New Approaches to Our Relationship with Place and the Past, Michelle Jolly, Melinda Milligan, Margaret Purser, and Laura Alice Watt; Chapter 15: "The Places My Granddad Built": Using Popular Interest in Genealogy as a Pedagogical Segue for Historic Preservation, Barry L. Stiefel; Chapter 16: Resistance To Research: Diagnosis and Treatment of a Disciplinary Ailment, Ned Kaufman; Conclusion: A Human-Centered Way Forward, Jeremy C. Wells and Barry L. Stiefel; Appendix A: The Palmer House Charter: Principles for Integrating Environmental Design and Behavior Research into Built Heritage Conservation Practice; Biographies of Editors and Contributing Authors; Index
Responsibility: edited by Jeremy C. Wells and Barry L. Stiefel.


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This edited collection argues for much-needed paradigm shift in heritage conservation theory and practice from its conventional, expert-driven approach to a people-centered methodology. This derives Read more...

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