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This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. and Changes a Place” by Kimberly Van Dyk Kimberly Van Dyk: To anybody in the audience, I’m not a curator, I’m not a conservator, I’m a downtown development manager.

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Unicultural Ethnography: Preserving Outsider Art Through the Ethnography of Individual Outsider Artists Abstract Certain aspects of the artistic experience ...History by Design: The Tumacácori Visitor Center as Historical Pastiche This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Transcript Hi, I’m Debbie Smith, Chief of Historic Landscapes Program at NCPTT.Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Frank Matero: Thanks Mary. Today I’m going to discuss ways to protect your trees before a storm and how to recover after a disaster.The shell middens, forts, and shipwrecks of the Gulf area are treasures that represent a wide swath of history—a veritable gumbo of cultural treasures. Meredith Hardy, an archeologist with the National Park Service’s Southeast Archeological Center (SEAC), explains the importance of these cultural resources and how they are being protected. This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: Next, we’re going to be hearing from Anna Holloway who will be talking about the USS Huron. This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: So our first speaker is Jim Delgado.She’s the Maritime historian for the Maritime Heritage Program of the National Parks Service. Funded by NCPTT, Montana Public Television has produced a series of videos that highlights the nation’s underwater archeological treasures and features the preservation work of the National Park Service Submerged Resources Center. He’s the director of Maritime Heritage and NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries.

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