Recent work on elder justice available on request.
The Future of Peservation, Annual RI Statewide Historic Preservation Conference, April 25, 2009. Co-presented with Robert Leaver, New Commons.
Marshall, Philip Cryan. Sustaining Culture through Heritage
Stewardship. International Conference on Sustainable Culture
and Creation, College of Design, Shu-Te
University, Kaoshiung, Taiwan ROC, April 14-15, 2005.
Marshall, Philip Cryan. Heritage Stewardship in the United
States and its Applications in India. India Environment Fund/US,
hosted by Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation, New York, New York.
October 22, 2004.
Chadotsang, Tenzing L and Philip C Marshall. Organizations:
The Third Sector, Fourth World and Fifth Discipline, Migyul:
Himalayan Community Magazine, Volume 3, Fall 2004.
Chadotsang, Tenzing L and Philip C Marshall. Culture,
Heritage and the Himalayan Dilemma of Identity. Migyul:
Himalayan Community Magazine, Volume 2, Summer 2004.
Marshall, Philip Cryan. "Providence,
Rhode Island, USA: Reflecting on the Many Facets of an Urban Jewel,"
The International Conference for the Rehabilitation and Reuse
of Historic Buildings and Districts, sponsored by the Department
of Architecture and Historic Preservation, Shu-Te University and
the National Center for Research and Preservation of Cultural
Properties, Tainan, Taiwan, ROC, September 28-29, 2002.
Marshall, Philip Cryan and Robert J. Cagnetta, "Building
Craftsmanship, Capacity, and Relationships:The Preservation Trades
Network," The Journal of the Association for Preservation
Technology, Special Issue: Convergence of Architecture and
Craft, Vol. XXXIII, Number 1, 2002, Washington, DC: The Association
for Preservation Technology, pp.43-45.
State of Conservation Training: A regional strategy for North
America, with particular reference to the United States of America,
Developed by the US/ICOMOS Training Committee, Roy Eugene Graham
FAIA and Philip Cryan Marshall, co-chairs. Final presentation
to the Training Committee was made at the US/ICOMOS Annual Meeting,
8 April 2001.
Marshall, Philip Cryan. "Snow and
Fire in the Fourth World: Perspectives on Western Preservation
and Hopi Cultural Preservation Initiatives," presented at Culture, Environment and Heritage, US/ICOMOS, 2nd Annual
International Symposium, Washington, DC, March 20-21, 1999.
Marshall, Philip Cryan and Collins, Allison Brooks. "Slated
for Preservation," presented at The Roofing Conference
and Exposition for Historic Buildings, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
March 17-19, 1999.
Kiiyamuy: Technical Guides for the Preservation and Maintenance
of Hopi Clan Houses, Hotevilla, Arizona: The Hopi Foundation,
1997. Project coordinator for the Hopi Foundation: Lomasumi'nangwtukwsiwmani.
Funding provided, in part, by the Anschutz Family Foundation,
Brooke Astor, the Arizona Heritage Fund, Laurance S. Rockefeller,
and RWU Research Foundation, 1997.
Marshall, Philip and Michael Watson. "Brick Masonry Restoration,"
in Troubleshooting Guide to Residential Construction, Richmond,
Vermont: The Journal of Light Construction, 1997, pp.79-84.
"Preservation Education and the Real
World," NCPE News, Winter 1994, Volume 1, No.1, pp.1-5.
"Service Life of Rehabilitated Buildings
and Other Structures." American Society for Testing and
Materials Special Technical Publication, Philadelphia, PA:
ASTM. Co-editor with Stephen J. Kelley, Senior Architect, Wiss,
Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. Philadelphia, PA: American Society
for Testing and Material, Special Technical Publication, ASTM
- STP 1098, 1990.
"Restoring the Future of Barre's
Granite Industry" The Times Argus, Barre-Montpelier,
Vermont. April 7, 1988. Author of commentary.
"Preservation by Design" The
Guild: A Sourcebook of American Craft Artists, New York: Kraus-Sikes,
Inc., 1987, p.274.
"Are Architectural Conservators Worth
Their Salt?" Paper presented at the 1986 Annual Conference,
The Association for Preservation Technology, October 1 to 4, 1986,
Austin, Texas. Published in The Journal of the Association
for Preservation Technology, Vol. XIX, Number 4, 1987, Washington,
DC: The Association for Preservation Technology, pp.3-5.
The Use of Pneumatic Tools
in Repointing Historic Masonry, APT Communique, Vol XV (1),
Technical Note 8, 1985.
The Burlington Book, Historic Preservation Program, Department
of History, University of Vermont. Burlington, Vermont: George
Little Press, 1980. Co-author with fellow students in "Advocacy
Project" course. Project Director: Chester H. Liebs.