Heritage Conservation 25/20/15 Anniversary Symposium
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Saturday, October 21, 2017
Come celebrate the 25/20/15 anniversaries of our heritage conservation programs at USC! Join us for a day-long symposium exploring the nexus between heritage conservation and social justice - featured speakers include: Milton S.F. Curry Dean, Della & Harry MacDonald Dean’s Chair, USC School of Architecture Eric Avila, Ph.D. Associate Professor, UCLA Department of Chicana/o Studies Author, Popular Culture in the Age of White Flight: Fear and Fantasy in Suburban Los Angeles Ken Breisch, Ph.D. Associate Professor, USC School of Architecture (2nd HC Program Director) Wendy Cheng Co-Chair, American Studies and Assistant Professor of American Studies, Scripps College Author, The Changs Next Door to the Díazes: Remapping Race in Suburban California Jeffrey Chusid Associate Professor and Chair of Department of City & Regional Planning, Cornell University (1st HC Program Director) Laura Dominguez '12 Ph.D student, USC Department of History Co-founder of Latinos in Heritage Conservation Gail Dubrow Professor of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Public Affairs and Planning, and History, University of Minnesota; Author, Restoring Women's History through Historic Preservation Luis Hoyos Professor of Architecture, California State Polytechnic University Pomona Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Kristen Hayashi Ph.D. candidate, University of California, Riverside Public History program Trudi Sandmeier Director, Graduate Programs in Heritage Conservation Associate Professor of Practice (3rd HC Program Director) Andrew Wiese Professor and Chair of the Department of History, San Diego State University Author, Places of Their Own: African American Suburbanization in the 20th Century Shayne Watson '09 Independent consultant Rainbow Heritage Network; Chair, GLBT Historical Society’s Historic Places Working Group Sian Winship '11 Independent consultant President, Society of Architectural Historians/Southern California Chapter There will even be time during lunch to visit the Archives Bazaar... SCHEDULE: 09:30 – coffee/tea/fruit/pastries in courtyard 10:00 – Welcome (Trudi Sandmeier) 10:15 – Session 1 - USC/MHC – A Brief Look Back Jeff Chusid; Ken Breisch; Trudi Sandmeier 11:00 – break 11:15 – Session 2 – Telling a More Complete Story Laura Dominguez (moderator); Kristen Hayashi; Luis Hoyos; Shayne Watson 12:30 – Lunch and Archives Bazaar field trip 02:00 – Session 3 – Gentrification and Conservation Sian Winship (moderator); Eric Avila; Wendy Cheng; Andrew Wiese 03:30 – Session 4 – Context and Perspective (Gail Dubrow) 04:00 – Session 5 – Looking Forward (Dean Milton Curry) 04:30 – Cocktail reception Please RSVP by Thursday, October 19th to let us know you are coming! (http://events.usc.edu/esvp/esvp_hercon.php) Special thanks to our sponsors! Presenting sponsor Kelly Sutherlin McLeod Architecture, Inc. Conservation Sponsor Architectural Resources Group Heritage sponsor Peyton Hall, FAIA Page & Turnbull Historic Resources Group GPA Consulting Getting here - The Gin D. Wong, FAIA Conference Center is located in Harris Hall. Harris Hall is a half block from the Metro Expo line station (Expo Park/USC station) should you choose to take light rail to campus. If you are planning to drive, parking is available at USC for $12. You should enter campus off Exposition Blvd. at Watt Way (Watt Way entrance across the street from the Natural History Museum) and park in the Downey Way lot (formerly Parking Structure A). It is a 5-7 minute walk down Bloom Walk from the parking structure to Harris Hall. Limited street parking is also available close to the campus. We look forward to seeing you there!