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2009 Preservation Studies Summer Field School: “Cities of the Dead: Cemetery Preservation"
Historic Preservation Blog from PreservationDirectory.com - Preservation Studies Summer Field School, Cemetery Preservation, Conservation, Documentation Methodology and History, Tulane School of Architecture Preservation Studies Program and Preservation Trades
Contributed By: Rudy C. Christian
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22009 Preservation Studies Summer Field School: “Citi2009 Preservation Studies Summer Field School: “Cities of the Dead: Above-Ground Cemetery Preservation, Conservation, Documentation Methodology and History”
July 13 - July 31, 2009 - New Orleans, Louisiana

2009 Field School Poster

The 2009 Preservation Studies Summer Field School will be offered by the Tulane School of Architecture Preservation Studies Program and Preservation Trades Network in partnership with the 1772 Foundation, National Center for Preservation Training and Technology and Save Our Cemeteries.

In Applied Conservation Field Work PRST-647, students will learn via field work historically appropriate treatments for 19th century above-ground tombs. The Taylor Tomb in the Secret Garden of Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 will serve as one case study. Students will work under the tutelage of master craftsmen to learn about lime-based building technology in plaster, mortar, limewash and masonry applications. (2 Credits)

Field Studies in Historic Preservation PRST-646 will be a seminar taught by professors in the Tulane School of Architecture Preservation Studies Program. Topics include architectural history, preservation technology, landscape architecture, funerary iconography and history of New Orleans Cemeteries. Students will learn how to navigate through local archives to collect research for individual papers and group projects. (3 Credits)

Total cost for 5 credit hour Field School $4,125

Lodging: Double occupancy rooms with access to a communal kitchen and lounge will cost $418 per student for housing July 13th - July 31st. (Saturday check out on August 1st). A limited number of small scholarships and travel stipends may become available through grant funding.

Registration Closes Friday, June 19, 2009.

For more information or to register contact:

Heather A. Knight
Preservation Studies Program
Summer Field School Director
6823 St. Charles Ave.
Richardson Memorial Hall
New Orleans, LA 70118
Phone: 504-453-3454
E-mail: hknight@tulane.edu

Rudy R. Christian
Executive Director
Preservation Trades Network
Phone: 330-465-1504
E-mail: rchristian@ptn.org es of the Dead: Above-Ground Cemetery Preservation, Conservation, Documentation Methodology and History”
July 13 - July 31, 2009 - New Orleans, Louisiana

009 Preservation Studies Summer Field School: “Cities of the Dead: Above-Ground Cemetery Preservation, Conservation, Documentation Methodology and History”
July 13 - July 31, 2009 - New Orleans, Louisiana

 


Keywords: Preservation Studies Summer Field School, Cemetery Preservation, Conservation, Documentation Methodology and History, Tulane School of Architecture Preservation Studies Program and Preservation Trades

Posted: May 19, 2009
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