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Christopher Neville

Adjunct Associate Professor


Christopher Neville is an independent historic preservation and public history consultant. His research-driven interdisciplinary practice draws on over twenty-five years of experience in heritage conservation, architectural restoration, field archaeology, public art, and other forms of site-specific investigation and interpretation. Significant past collaborations include projects with the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, the Place Matters project, the historic preservation consulting firm Higgins, Quasebarth & Partners, the public art collective REPOhistory, and the architectural restoration firm Traditional Line, all in New York. He teaches in the historic preservation programs at both Pratt Institute and Columbia University.

Columbia University, M.S.
Amherst College, B.A.