CHANGE OVER TIME ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF 11.1 QUARANTINE: LEGACIES OF ISOLATION

CHANGE OVER TIME ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF 11.1 QUARANTINE: LEGACIES OF ISOLATION

Change Over Time is pleased to announce the launch of 11.1 Quarantine – Legacies of Isolation. Places of isolation, detention, and quarantine reveal often unspoken…

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Integrity as a Legal Concept | Sara C. Bronin

Integrity as a Legal Concept | Sara C. Bronin

Integrity—the ability of a resource to communicate its historic significance—is a physical concern for heritage conservation practitioners.1 But it is also a legal concept, integral to…

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Unsettling "Historic Integrity" at Honouliuli National Heritage Site, O'ahu, Hawai'i | Desiree Valadares

Unsettling “Historic Integrity” at Honouliuli National Heritage Site, O’ahu, Hawai’i | Desiree Valadares

Hawai’i’s newest National Monument was re-classified a National Historic Site in 2019. To a careful observer, cracked concrete foundations, watchtower footings, rusty rebar, mortared retaining…

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Integrity of the Cultural Landscape of Persepolis | Mehr Azar Soheil

Integrity of the Cultural Landscape of Persepolis | Mehr Azar Soheil

The scope of the present paper is to examine the different aspects and components that characterize the condition of integrity of the cultural landscape of…

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Three Aspects of Integrity | Michael J. Mills

Three Aspects of Integrity | Michael J. Mills

The concept of integrity in the conservation of the built environment encompasses a range of characteristics. Integrity can have different meanings in different contexts. The…

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Integrity as Process and Feature: Cultural Landscapes of Underrepresented Communities | Robert Z. Melnick, Andrea Roberts, and Julie McGilvray

Integrity as Process and Feature: Cultural Landscapes of Underrepresented Communities | Robert Z. Melnick, Andrea Roberts, and Julie McGilvray

For more than fifty years, determining the integrity of historic properties has been a fundamental concept in their documentation, analysis, and protection, and with good…

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Questions of Integrity | Jukka Jokilehto

Questions of Integrity | Jukka Jokilehto

The condition of integrity is subject to the recognition of the significance of objects and resources resulting from human creativity. Creativity has long been a…

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Preface | Kecia Fong

Preface | Kecia Fong

This issue of Change Over Time investigates the concept of integrity as it pertains to cultural heritage conservation. Our guest editor, Jukka Jokilehto, takes a retrospective, bird’s-eye view, as…

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Editorial | Frank Matero

Editorial | Frank Matero

As this issue goes to print, a groundswell of interest, or more accurately, critique and rejection of the long-seated definition and application of its subject, integrity,…

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Historic Preservation: An American Perspective on a Professional Discipline | Frank Matero

Historic Preservation: An American Perspective on a Professional Discipline | Frank Matero

Beginning in the mid-1960s, courses in “historic preservation” entered a number of American universities, later developing into discrete academic programs by the 1970s.1 These programs, many…

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The Evolving Role of Contemporary Conservation Architects in India: Beyond Traditional Professional Practice | Ashima Krishna

The Evolving Role of Contemporary Conservation Architects in India: Beyond Traditional Professional Practice | Ashima Krishna

The field of heritage conservation in India was formally established in 1861 through the creation of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and was the…

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CHANGE OVER TIME ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF ISSUE 10.1 CONSERVATION: DISCIPLINE & PROFESSION

CHANGE OVER TIME ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF ISSUE 10.1 CONSERVATION: DISCIPLINE & PROFESSION

Issue 10.1 Conservation: Discipline & Profession Change Over Time is pleased to announce the launch of 10.1 Conservation – Discipline & Profession. Since its emergence…

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A Pattern Assemblage: Art, Craft, and Conservation | Jennifer Minner

A Pattern Assemblage: Art, Craft, and Conservation | Jennifer Minner

With an expression of intensity that later broke into a grin, Eden Marek, a graduate research assistant from Cornell University’s Department of City and Regional…

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Preservation at a Crossroads: The Need for Equity Preservation | Caroline Cheong

Preservation at a Crossroads: The Need for Equity Preservation | Caroline Cheong

Historic preservation in the United States has an image problem. The field has evolved from a conversation among an elite few regarding select monumental buildings…

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Conservation as Shared Responsibility: Social Equity, Social Justice, and the Public Good | Ainslee Meredith, Robyn Sloggett, Marcelle Scott

Conservation as Shared Responsibility: Social Equity, Social Justice, and the Public Good | Ainslee Meredith, Robyn Sloggett, Marcelle Scott

Conservation is a profession that works within, and for, the public sector, as well as for private clients who wish to preserve significant cultural material for the future. Support for…

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