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Professions Related to Historic Preservation

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You have been assigned one profession (with your name in Red) in the list, below.

Define the profession by identifying and assessing international, national and/or large regional organizations that relate to your chosen field.

Your preliminary research will be due during discussion of Professional Practice and Collaboration. You are responsible for continuing research and providing a summary (hard copy, email attachment in Word, filename <301-10_professions_lastname.doc>).

For the paper, provide the following:

  • definition of profession including scope of work
  • name of organization(s);
  • URL, or web address, in full, including "http://...";
  • a paragraph description of organization, and, in detail, its specific relevance to the profession

For purposes of this assignment, and the class discussions that follow, "organizations" refer to associations and organizations (usually non-for profit); university educational initiatives; federal (and state) agencies; and—to a lesser extent—commercial, for-profit enterprises.

On the Internet, organization's Web sites are typically identified by their suffix, being, respectively: org, edu, gov, and com. This construct of Web site domains is not a mere coincidence but the (virtual) reality, and 'architecture', of our socio-economic and political organization. In tandem with a critical assessment of each, these organizations help define the scope, purpose, and services of particular professions (see below), and their interrelationship.

Cite each source you refer to for information. Retain notes and/or files.

Related Professions

  1. Accounting
  2. Administration
  3. Advertising
  4. Agriculture
  5. Anthropology
  6. Archaeology
  7. Archaeology (Commercial)
  8. Archaeology (Industrial)
  9. Architectural Conservation
  10. Architectural History
  11. Architecture Paloma
  12. Archives
  13. Armed Forces Kathleen
  14. Art
  15. Art and Architectural History Maddie
  16. Building Code Regulation
  17. Building Crafts and Trades
  18. Business
  19. Career Counseling
  20. Communications
  21. Computer Information Systems
  22. Conservation (Architecture)
  23. Conservation (Art)
  24. Conservation (Natural History)
  25. Conservation (Objects)
  26. Construction (Management)
  27. Contracting
  28. Cultural Geography
  29. Cultural Resource Management
  30. Curatorial Management
  31. Custodial Management
  32. Development (Organizational)
  33. Disaster Relief
  34. Economic Development
  35. Economics
  36. Education
  37. Energy Conservation
  38. Engineering (Civil)
  39. Engineering (Electrical)
  40. Engineering (Environmental)
  41. Engineering (Mechanical)
  42. Engineering (Structural)
  43. Environmental Graphic Design
  44. Environmental Science
  45. Ethnic Studies
  46. Ethnography and Ethnohistory
  47. Facilities Management Mark
  48. Finance
  49. Firefighting
  50. Folklife
  51. Forensics
  52. Forestry
  53. Fundraising
  54. Genealogy
  55. Geography Matt
  56. Geology and Earth Sciences
  57. Government
  58. Graphic Design
  59. Health and Safety
  60. Health Care
  61. Hazardous Material
  62. Heritage Tourism
  63. Historical Archaeology
  64. Historical Landscapes
  65. Historical Preservation
  66. History and Public History
  67. Hospitality
  68. Housing Specialist
  69. Human Resources
  70. Information Resources
  71. Information Technology
  72. Insurance Carolyn
  73. Integrated Pest Management
  74. Interior Design
  75. Journalism
  76. Landscape Architecture
  77. Languages
  78. Law
  79. Leadership
  80. Library Science
  81. Lobbying
  82. Management (Business)
  83. Manufacturing Beth
  84. Marketing
  85. Media
  86. Metalwork
  87. Mitigation
  88. Museum
  89. Nonprofit, NGO
  90. Performing Arts
  91. Personnel Management
  92. Philanthropy
  93. Photography
  94. Planning
  95. Planning (Community) Jonathan
  96. Planning (Rural)
  97. Planning (Urban and Municipal)
  98. Political Science
  99. Politics
  100. Property Management
  101. Psychology
  102. Public Administration
  103. Public Relations
  104. Publishing
  105. Real Estate (Reality)
  106. Recreation
  107. Religion
  108. Retail
  109. Sales and Marketing
  110. Sciences
  111. Site Interpretation
  112. Social Services
  113. Sociology David
  114. Standards (Performance and Testing)
  115. Sustainable Design
  116. Tourism
  117. Transportation
  118. Training