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Friday, March 21 • 2:05pm - 3:25pm
FR3.17 Historic Preservation Across the Space and Place

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Moderator: Dawn Jourdan, University of Oklahoma

  • A Company Town Turned into a Suburban Town: Industrial Wasteland, Preservation, and Identity in Sugar Land, Texas
    Gabriela Campagnol, Texas A&M University

  • The Relationship between Historic Districts and Community-Based Organizations
    Emily Alice Goldman, Cornell University

  • Networking Urban Conservation As Collective Actions to Sustainable Transformation: A Social Capital Integrated Place Management Approach
    Jie HAN, Department of Architecture,SDE,National University of Singapore; Liangliang WANG, Department of Architecture,SDE,National University of Singapore; Chye Kiang HENG, Department of Architecture,SDE,National University of Singapore

  • Preserving Public Housing: Federal, State and Local Efforts to Preserve the Social and Architectural Forms Associated with Housing for the Poor
    Dawn Jourdan, University of Oklahoma; Stephanie Pilat, University of Oklahoma


Gabriela Campagnol

Texas A&M University

Emily Alice Goldman

Cornell University

Jie Han

National University of Singapore

Dawn Jourdan

University of Oklahoma


Stephanie Pilat

University of Oklahoma


Dawn Jourdan

University of Oklahoma

Friday March 21, 2014 2:05pm - 3:25pm
Lantana Room (Westin Lobby Level)