GCPE Thesis, Capstone, and DPC Presentations: HISTORIC PRESERVATION
November 30, 2022 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
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Each evening, masters students from the Graduate Center for the Environment and Planning share culminating research on a variety of topics, from trauma-and-sensory informed planning, to queer urban histories, counter-mapping, and the virtual commons.
NOV 30 – HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Diego Rivadeneira, Design and Preservation: New Canaan’s Library
Tara Hopp, The Past, Present and Future of New York City’s Garment District
Megan Maize, Whose History: A Look at the Federal Indian Boarding School System
Ethan Brown, Revitalizing Route 66’s Towns: Is the Albergo Diffuso the Right Approach?
Katie Pioch, Heritage Environments: Preserving Venice’s Lagoon
Mahnoor Fatima, The Road Not Taken: Analysing Informal Tour Networks in Lahore, Pakistan
Jeremy Ziegler, New York City’s ‘Division of Alternative Management’: A Critical Analysis