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This course will explore the history, philosophy, and legal foundations upon which the historic preservation movement in the United States stands, focusing special attention on those areas where treasured American values clash. Students will look at the preservation planning and regulatory review process, learn about investment tax credits and the Secretary of the Interior Standards, and work with local historic district study reports and design guidelines. Students will be challenged with conservation, financing, feasibility, land use, affordability, and sympathetic infill issues. Case studies will be utilized as learning tools for the preservation of neighborhoods, churches, commercial structures, and buildings of the modern movement.
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