In place of the conference in Miami, NCPE is hosting three speakers on the previously announced theme of DEVELOPMENT: RESPECTING HISTORY WHILE ACKNOWLEDGING CHANGE. In line with NCPE’s initiative to create content for instructors to use as part of an engaging online experience, the format of this conference is intended to work to integrate into curriculum, or stand as supplemental information (as conferences more often do) for students and preservation educators. Participation is also open to non-NCPE members.
NCPE Fall 2020 conference:
On October 19th there will be a video presentation available from the each of three speakers: Rachel Weber, Don Carter, and Ray Gastil. Watch their presentation (and/or assign it as class content) at your leisure, then participate in a live moderated discussion with all three speakers on Monday, October 26th at 5pm ET.
Webinar registration details for the moderated discussion on Oct 26th here:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
If you are viewing this as an individual please send any questions you would like to have in front of the speakers to Amalia Leifeste at email@example.com by end of the day Friday, October 23rd. If you are assigning viewing of the content as part of a class kindly collect the questions from your group and send me the questions for the speakers as one e-mail. There will also be the chance to ask questions ‘live’ during the event (in a Q&A box).
CONFERENCE AGENDA PREVIEW
RACHEL WEBER : The “Financialization” of Urban Redevelopment: Implications for Historic Preservation
DON CARTER : Remaking Small Post-Industrial Cities
RAY GASTIL : Adaptive Preservation: Responding to the Challenge at Scale