Hi Rebecca,The University of Kentucky offers a preservation field school every summer. The focus and length vary. Last summer the course focused on a mid-20th-century residential neighborhood here in Lexington. This summer's iteration will examine a site in eastern Kentucky and engage questions about the challenges and possibilities of preservation in Appalachia. We always integrate training with traditional methods of documentation with exploration of new technologies, landscape analysis, and ethnographic methods.You can read a little about last summer's field school at https://uknow.uky.edu/campus-news/nations-first-hybrid-historic-preservation-field-school-abloom-data-gardensideIf you want to know more about this summer's school, please contact me directly at Daniel.Vivian@uky.edu.Best,Daniel
Here are a few additional programs to add to your list.
"Through the HistoriCorps Institute Program in Heritage Conservation and Construction, you will learn the skills necessary to successfully complete a preservation construction project on time, on budget, and with the quality deserving of historic places. Projects take place throughout the year at locations all over the United States in rural, suburban and urban contexts." This year's projects are listed in this catalog https://historicorps.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/2018-HCI-Catalog-1-29.pdf
Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest In Virginia puts out two field schools in the summer; one dedicated to archaeology https://www.poplarforest.org/learn/educational-programs-and-resources/archaeology-field-school/ and one to the architectural history https://www.poplarforest.org/learn/educational-programs-and-resources/architectural-history-field-school/.
Adventures in Preservation provide hands-on preservation "vacations" in the US and Europe. Check this year's program at http://adventuresinpreservation.org/upcoming-adventures-2/
Additional programs in Europe that I am aware of, besides previously mentioned, the University of Oregon's Croatia Conservation Field School are:
Balkan Heritage Field School – a plethora of archaeological or historic preservation projects in South East Europe
The Attingham Summer School - an intensive program devoted to the study of historic country houses and their collections, based in three different centers throughout the United Kingdom
The Willowbank Canova Field School program involves documenting and revitalizing an abandoned medieval stone village near Milan. BTW, School of Restoration Arts at Willowbank offers a 3-year graduation program that blends hands-on teaching with theoretical approaches.
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