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Community Preservation Through Adaptive Reuse: CHP Conference 2018

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Salve Regina University

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100 Ochre Point Avenue

Newport, RI 02840

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Community Preservation through Adaptive Reuse

Noreen Stonor Drexel Cultural and Historic Preservation program at Salve Regina University will host this Fall (October 12-13, 2018) its annual cultural and historic preservation conference on the theme “Community Preservation through Adaptive Reuse.” The purpose of this conference is to explore adaptive reuse as a form of community preservation. Potential topics include position papers, conceptualizing adaptive reuse, historical analy

We are pleased to welcome James B. Lindberg to the 2018 conference as our keynote speaker to deliver the "Richard A. Grills Keynote Address". Lindberg's address is funded by a generous grant from the Southeastern New England Educational and Charitable Foundation. Lindberg is Vice President of Research and Policy at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Through his leadership of the Trust’s Preservation Green Lab and the ReUrbanism initiative for cities, he seeks innovative ways to encourage building reuse and create more vibrant, equitable, and resilient communities.sis, and case studies.


For additional information, please visit http://www.preserveourplaces.org or email chpconference@salve.edu.

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