Apr 01, 2023
ANTH 432 - Heritage Preservation (Put on reserve 9/16/19)
Students will discuss the merits of preserving heritage buildings and landscapes, and question what is deemed worth of heritage designation. Techniques will be developed for investigating a building’s history and experience gained in writing proposals and policies to preserve heritage resources. ANTH 432 and GEOG 432 are cross-listed courses; students may not receive credit for both. (Put on reserve 9/16/19, will go inactive 8/24/22)
Prerequisite: GEOG 305 or enrollment in REM Program or permission of instructor.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Document an individual building’s history, including its owners, uses, values, remodels, and situation.
- Prepare a nomination for historic designation of either a structure or a district.
- Identify architectural styles found in the Pacific Northwest specifically, and North America in general.
- Contextualize local buildings and districts in the broader cultural, social, and economic conditions that framed their development.
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