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EDRA47 2016 : Using Applied Social Science Methodologies to Conserve the Historic Environment: Can Evidence Change Practice?


When May 18, 2016 - May 18, 2016
Where Raleigh, NC
Submission Deadline Sep 28, 2015
Categories    heritage conservation   anthropology   environmental psychology   sociology

Call For Papers

Call for abstracts: "Using Applied Social Science Methodologies to Conserve the Historic Environment: Can Evidence Change Practice?"

Deadline for submissions: September 28, 2015
Organization: Historic Environment Knowledge Network, Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)

This day-long conference intensive at the Environmental Design Research Association’s annual conference (EDRA47) will address the question of how critical heritage studies theory can and should change the practice of the conservation of the historic environment (built heritage and cultural landscapes).

Accepted presenters will be invited to submit a full paper; selected papers will then be published in an edited volume.

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