Historic Preservation

Change Over Time Dialogues: Gentrification and Heritage Conservation

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 12:00pm
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Meyerson Hall, Upper Gallery

The University of Pennsylvania School of Design
210 S. 34th St
Philadelphia, PA

Change Over Time is pleased to announce the latest in our series of COT Dialogues to celebrate the launch of issue 8.1 Gentrification and Heritage Conservation. Join us for a panel discussion moderated by issue co-editors Caroline Cheong and Kecia Fong. Panelists will examine the gentrification/conservation nexus and prevailing assumptions about the causal relationships between the two. The discussion will address the challenges of balancing preservation and equity in rapidly regenerating historic environments and will reflect on how these tensions have re-ignited debates about the scope of the profession and the mission of its civic promise.

Registration is required by March 7, 2019.

Panelists
Francesca Ammon, Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning and Historic Preservation, University of Pennsylvania
Vincent Reina, Assistant Professor, City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania
David Stanek, Doctoral Candidate, City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania

Moderators​
Caroline Cheong (MSHP’08, PhD’16), Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Central Florida
Kecia Fong (MSHP’99), Senior Associate Editor, Change Over Time and Lecturer, Historic Preservation, University of Pennsylvania