HiFi #12.5: BONUS: Historic Districts on the Defensive

HiFi #12: We Are VR

HiFi #11: Sympathy For The Developer

Award-winning real estate developer Kevin Daniels talks about saving historic places from a developer's perspective. Kevin is President of Daniels Real Estate, a real estate development company based in Seattle.

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HiFi #10: Random Archaeology

Brian Thomas discusses random topics in archaeology, from digs to lobbying. Brian is the Director of Cultural Resource Services at The Natural Resource Group, a consulting firm that serves clients in the energy industry throughout North America.

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What is CRM?

The Register of Professional Archaeologists

LIDAR for archaeology

Ground penetrating radar

 

Email Brian: brian.thomas@erm.com

 

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HiFi #9: Unjust History

Ryan Rowberry discusses highlights from the November 2015 PastForward conference of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Much of the conversation focuses on how historic places can be used to catalyze difficult, but necessary, conversations about past atrocities and ultimately achieve reconciliation. Ryan is a law professor at Georgia State University College of Law and he helps direct the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth.

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Read Ryan's bio

PastForward Conference

Watch Bryan Stevenson's talk from the preservationVOICES TrustLive

The Equal Justice Initiative

Learn about the Supreme Court Fellows Program

Relevance, Racial Healing and Reconciliation by Connecting Past to Present, Part 1

International Coalition of Sites of Conscience

Why is Cecil Rhodes such a controversial figure?

Reconsidering monuments to heroes of the Confederacy

Honors for Confederates, for Thousands of Miles

Georgia's Stone Mountain to be to be topped by MLK tribute

South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Gacaca Courts used for justice and reconciliation after the 1994 Rwandan Genocide

Stolpersteins commemorate victims of Nazi oppression

2006 World Cup helped Germans reconcile Nazi past

Stone Mountain to add exhibit about African American solidiery during Civil War

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Cultural Heritage Partners

#CivicTech learning lab session

Preservation Green Lab

Guam Preservation Trust

Omaha Beach, D-Day

HiFi #8: Preservation Economics

Caroline Cheong explains the economic benefits of saving historic places, including her fascinating research into how historic preservation can reduce poverty. Caroline is a doctoral candidate in City and Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Read Caroline's bio

Donovan Rypkema and PlaceEconomics

Getty Conservation Institute -> Historic Cities and Urban Settlements Initiative

US/ICOMOS International Exchange Program

UNESCO World Heritage List

LEED-certified New Construction v. Embodied Energy in Historic Structures

Read the abstract of Caroline's doctoral dissertation

Caroline's 4 case study cities in Equador -> QuitoIbarraLoja; and Cuenca

Legacy Cities

Email Caroline: caroline.cheong@gmail.com

 

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HiFi #7: Influencing Lawmakers

Marion and Greg Werkheiser talk about how cultural heritage advocates can successfully influence legislators. Marion and Greg are lawyers, lobbyists, business strategists, and the Founding Partners of their firm, Cultural Heritage Partners.

 

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Cultural Heritage Partners

Follow CHP on Twitter @CHPllc

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Email Greg: greg@culturalheritagepartners.com

Email Marion: marion@culturalheritagepartners.com

 

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HiFi #6: The Next Generation

Marti Grimminck talks about Millennials and how we, as preservationists, can do a better job of engaging the rising generation. Marti is the founder and Chief Connector at International Connector, a consulting company that helps align businesses to meet the needs of the next generation.

 

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International Connector

Follow Marti on Twitter @MartiGrimminck

 

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HiFi #5: Better Tools, Better Arguments

Glen Payne talks about bringing innovative ideas to the preservation market. Glen is the President and Web Product Developer of RuskinARC, a company that produces software designed exclusively for documenting historic places.

 

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RuskinARC's Showcase

Follow RuskinARC on Twitter @RuskinARC

Email Glen: glen.payne@ruskinarc.com

 

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HiFi #4: Saving African American Heritage

Jeanne Cyriaque shares the challenges and triumphs of saving historic places in the African American community (including her perspective on preserving Confederate flags and monuments). Jeanne is the African American Programs Coordinator with the Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

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Georgia's African American Historic Places

Rosenwald Schools Initiative

Email Jeanne: jeanne.cyriaque@dnr.ga.gov

 

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HiFi #3: Preservation Education

Robert Young talks about preservation education. Professor Young is a Professor of Architecture at the University of Utah and is the director of the university's historic preservation program. Professor Young is the chair of the National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE).

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National Council for Preservation Education

The Great Chart

Email Professor Young: young@arch.utah.edu

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