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Course Number and Title
Principles of Preservation Planning (HP 302/502-01)
Monday 2:00 to 4:50 p.m.
Philip Cryan Marshall,
Email: provided in class.
Mobile 508.951.8562 (call, text anytime)
Office: SAAHP 247
experience exploring the philosophies and methods of contemporary
preservation planning in the United States, through lectures,
readings, discussion, and site visits. Examines preservation
planning history, public and private sector planning initiatives,
heritage education, and tourism and non-profit preservation
activity. (3 Credits) Fall " Historic
Preservation Major, RWU
Same as catalog description.
Office Hours and Advising
Please sign up for advising time on this Google doc.
Feel free to call or text me on my cell phone anytime: 508.951.8562
Please sign up and bring an agenda. If you plan to discuss drafts,
proposals, drawings, field notes, photographs, or similar material,
please email me with a note asking
me to preview your work at least two days before our meeting — to provide me enough time to consider carefully your work
before getting together.
Refer to Schedule
|Example of course binders at the end of the semester.
Refer to Readings, which are referenced
by week/lecture in the Schedule.
You are required to print out all reading assignments as hard
copy, to be included in a three-ring binder, which will be collected.
Handouts will be provided in class to augment Web-based reading.
Other reading will be available on reserve in the RWU Architecture
Additional reading will be provided as class handouts and materials
Assignments handed in after their due date will be reduce by
one letter grade, at a minimum; papers will not be accepted
beyond a week after the due date; and 'incomplete' for the course
will not be considered unless there are extenuating circumstances
and a request for an extension presented in writing.
Have each week's assignments completed before the class
as you will be expected to analyze and discuss the readings
and, possibly, take a quiz.
Advising hours will be posted as soon as faculty schedules
for school, program, and committee meetings have been set. Required
and recommended reading and texts will be reviewed during the
Summary of responsibilities:
- Attend all classes, site visits, and field trips
- Work as involved, responsible member of all project teams
- Actively participate in class discussions
- Complete assignments (word-processed or electronic, when
written) by due dates
- Advise faculty about any concerns, tutoring, and special
- Come to site visits prepared, with necessary tools, equipment,
Syllabus – Schedule of Class Meetings
To be provided.
- Course lecturers, with discussion
- Course readings, followed by class discussion
- Course readings, followed by independent analysis
- Team-oriented site work
- Independent, self-directed documentation of a particular site
- Guest lecturers, with your active participation in discussion
- Site visits, conducted independently by students, alone or
- Site visits, conducted by the entire class
Equipment and Supplies