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This course will explore the history of the preservation movement worldwide, with a special focus on the philosophy and practice of historic preservation in the United States. Using New England and the Boston area as a local laboratory, we will explore and critique the social, historical, and cultural roots and contemporary meanings of historic preservation as it has been, is, and could be practiced.
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