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Course on historic preservation

From: Lisa Mort-Putland <lmort-putland>
Date: Friday, November 5, 2004
The Cultural Resource Management Program at the University of
Victoria, Canada <URL:> is pleased to
offer the following six-day immersion course for professionals
involved with historic sites, heritage planning, conservation, and
related sectors.

Conservation in Context
HA 489K (1.5 units); on-campus offering
January 24 to 29, 2005

This course addresses the complex range of principles and practices
that influence heritage preservation and conservation planning and
decision-making. The implications of international and national
conservation charters, principles, standards, and guidelines are
discussed, along with legal, programmatic, and financial incentives
and constraints. Strengthen your capacity to:

    *   trace the evolution of preservation and conservation
        activity in Canada

    *   work within a principled and systematic framework for
        conservation decision-making

    *   identify programs, funding opportunities, and other networks
        that support conservation activity

    *   distinguish between preservation and conservation planning
        and describe methodologies for each type of planning

    *   respect and integrate the values and interests of

    *   recognize the range of options for intervention and use that
        can be considered in conservation planning

    *   anticipate the implications of building codes, by-laws,
        health and safety issues, accessibility requirements,
        integration of additions, environmental impacts, and other
        legal, jurisdictional and practical constraints and

Please register by: December 22, 2004
Fee: CDN $550 (credit and non-credit)
Instructor: Herb Stovel

    Herb Stovel has lectured and delivered courses on conservation
    and heritage management at more than 30 universities and
    training institutions, covering all continents. For the past
    four years, Stovel was Director of the International Centre for
    the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural
    Property (ICCROM) in Rome. He was recently appointed as
    Associate Professor in Canadian Studies at Carleton University.

This course is open to professionals involved in heritage
conservation. Enrolment options allow you to choose to take courses
either to enhance professional development or to build academic
credit. Individual course descriptions and registration forms are
available by contacting us at crmp [at] uvcs__uvic__ca or by visiting web
site at  <URL:>

Lisa Mort-Putland, Program Coordinator
Cultural Resource Management Program
Continuing Studies, University of Victoria
PO Box 3030 STN CSC
Victoria BC Canada V8W 3N6
Fax: 250-721-8774

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:23
                 Distributed: Monday, November 22, 2004
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Received on Friday, 5 November, 2004

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