Teaching > RWU HP224 Preservation
Research - Fall 2002
Preservation Research (HP224) Fall 2002
Research- and archive-based classroom course.
Philip Cryan Marshall, Associate Professor
Tel. 401.254.3061, E-mail email@example.com
Office: Engineering 130
Advising hours will be posted on my faculty office
door each week, a week in advance. Please sign up and bring an
agenda. If you plan to discuss drafts, proposals, drawings, field
notes, photographs, or similar material, please leave a copy in
my faculty mailbox with a note asking me to preview your work
at least two days before your meeting to provide enough
time to consider carefully your work before getting together.
"An examination of the primary and secondary
resources used in research for historic preservation, including
documentary, photographic, maps, and physical analysis. Students
will be assigned individual buildings to research. Exercises will
develop visual research skills (datign buildings by design and
materials) and physical investigative procedures used in identifying
tool marks, materials, etc. Full reports, according to the Department
of the Interior Standards, will be prepared on the buildings."
(3 credits) Fall. Catalog Year 2001/2002 (May 2001)
Goals and Objectives
Refer to the course description.
- Attend all classes, site visits, meetings, and field trips
- Work as involved, responsible member of all project teams
- Actively participate in class and meeting discussions, planning,
integration of independent work with other efforts
- Complete assignments (word-processed or electronic, when written)
by due dates
- Advise faculty about any concerns, tutoring, and special needs
- Come to site visits prepared, with necessary tools, equipment,
- Attendance, active participation mandatory 25%
- Course projects 75%
Books and Web links are listed below. Additional
reading will be provided as class handouts and materials on reserve.
- Gilderhus, Mark T., History and Historians: A historiographical
introduction, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall,
Third Edition, 1996 [buy at Amazon]
- Marius, Richard. and Melvin E. Page. A Short Guide to Writing
About History, New York: Longman, fourth edition, 2002
- Rampolla, Mary Lynn. A Pocket Guide To Writing In History,
Boston: Bedford/St. Martins, 1998, Second Edition [Buy at Amazon]
- Strunk, William, Jr., E.B. White, and Roger Angell. The
Elements of Style, New York: Macmillian Publishing Co.,
inc. [buy at Amazon;
online edition at Bartleby.com]
- Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Term Papers,
Theses, and Dissertations, Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, Sixth Edition, 1996 [buy at Amazon]
Refer to Assignments, posted and handed out
during the semester and Assignments.
Schedule of Class Meetings
The class is scheduled to meet in Bristol,
Tuesday and Friday, 2:00 to 3:30 PM. Nonetheless, much work will
be done on site in Bristol; in Newport during working hours of
the Preservation Society of Newport County; and at other institutions.
The course schedule, which will work around your existing commitments,
will be determined once class begins.
Equipment and Supplies
All equipment and supplies will be reviewed in class.