Monday, January 14, 2013
Last fall I attended the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s annual conference, which was held in Spokane, Washington. Among the conference schwag was a special edition of the Trust’s Forum Journal magazine called Game Changers: Forum Journal Articles That Have Made a Difference, 1987-2012. The special edition has a number of great articles that will be an invaluable resource to anyone with a historic preservation interest. The catch is, it may be hard to get ahold of the special edition if you are not a member of the Trust or did not attend the conference because the Trust does not appear to sell single copies (or at least, I did not see a way to purchase the issue on the Trust's website). For those who may be interested, here is a list of the special edition article titles followed by the author in parentheses:
Introduction (Stephanie K. Meeks)
The Future of the National Register (Carol Shull)
The Critical Need for a Sensitive—and Sensible—National Transportation Policy (Constance E. Beaumont)
Cultual Diversity in Historic Preservation: Where We Have Been, Where We Are Going (Toni Lee)
I Can’t See It; I Don’t Understand It; And It Doesn’t Look Old To Me (Richard Longstreth)
Economics and Historic Preservation (Donovan D. Rypkema)
Are There Too Many House Museums? (Richard Moe)
The Greenest Building Is…One That Is Already Built (Carl Elefante)
If any of these articles sound interesting to you, it might be worth trying to track down the Fall, 2012 copy of Forum Journal.
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