[Blackstudies-l] Opportunity: Collaborate on intersession Historic Preservation Theory and Practice course?
lima at geneseo.edu
Tue Oct 13 08:53:35 EDT 2020
Dear Faculty colleagues,
The CIL is looking to hear from faculty with interest in teaching topics
related to Historic Preservation and Theory, including but not limited to
- the history and legal aspects of the preservation movement in the
- how preservation is helping to revitalize rural communities in the
Genesee Valley Region,
- connections between historic preservation, Native American studies,
African American studies, and other often-overlooked preservation contexts.
Faculty would be able to collaborate with regional partners including the
Landmark Society, Genesee Country Village and Museum, the Village of
Poetry, and Young Urban Preservationists on 3 connected 1-credit
Intersession courses this January:
- Intro to Preservation History and Theory, including the regional
context and opportunities
- Intro to Traditional Trades, including hands-on experience in window
restoration and other skills
- Career Pathways in Historic Preservation
We anticipate teaching contributions a faculty member would make would
utilize existing research/teaching projects, but this opportunity could
equally provide the space to develop new work. Contributions could involve
a single session meeting of a 1-credit course (e.g. 30-60 minutes) or a
more substantial role leading a 1-credit course.
We welcome questions and ideas! smithlj at geneseo.edu and manapol at geneseo.edu.
All best wishes,
Lytton Smith / Nicole Manapol
CIL Director / Community Development Specialist
Dr. Lytton Smith
Director, Center for Integrative Learning, Doty 303C (Mon/Wed/Fri)
Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing, Welles 230
Black Studies Faculty
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