1830s cabin, Bacon’s Castle, Surry, VA Over and over again there was a recurring theme in the interviews that I did for my thesis: Using historic preservation as a way […]
I am a huge believer in technology and how it can be used in the preservation field. I really enjoyed a recent National Trust article about Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in […]
I’ve had that look on my face before. When you have a colleague question if something is relevant to “everyone” or a noted historian deem a chapter in a book […]
As we are approaching Preservation Month soon, I’ve been thinking about what I want to talk about in this blog in the future: I want to tell you about the insights […]
Preservation and protest go hand-in-hand. We preservationists are not unfamiliar to it. We even welcome it. When crises and issues arise we are often the first to be like “BRING. […]
Look! My thesis came back from the bindery! My excitement can not be contained!