By Ereshnee Naidu with contributions from Bix Gabriel and Mofidul Hoque This toolkit from the The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience examines how questions of memory and memorialization are integral to how societies choose to understand the past in the present and how it affects the...
From Memory to Action A Post-Conflict Memorialization Toolkit-2.pdf
By Roberta Lane Built in 1965 and designed by Albert Frey, Palm Springs’ Tramway Gas Station has been adapted for use as the area visitor’s center. The bold building was saved by preservationists in the 1990s. | Credit: Roberta Lane The...
Articles and blog posts from affiliated organizations and thinkers that will help in your work as preservation leaders. #CityTalk and #BuiltHeritage So what exactly is a Twitter Chat? It’s a discussion among Twitter users on a particular subject with specific topics changing between...
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