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SPECIAL TRACKS: Burd Track on Media & Urban Life | Urban Issues in Asia & the Pacific Rim ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 43rd Annual Meeting CommitteesUAA Governing BoardUAA Executive Office Staff

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Friday, April 5 • 9:15am - 10:35am
Friday - Preserving and Interpreting Meaning in Historic Spaces

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Moderator: Robert Blair (University of Nebraska Omaha)

  • There's No Place Like Home: Museum Reconstructions of Shelter and the Interpretation of the Great Depression & the 1930s.
    Meighen Katz (Monash University)
  • Values, Traditions, and Local Development: A Comparative Study of US and Norway
    Robert Blair (University of Nebraska Omaha), Dag Olav Torjesen (University of Agder), Jerome Deichert (University of Nebraska Omaha)
  • The Negotiation of Historic Value in the Redevelopment of Coney Island
    Juan Rivero (Rutgers University)
  • Historic Preservation in a Shrinking City: Exploring Marketless Approaches to Conserving Industrial Age Icons in Buffalo, N.Y.
    Daniel Campo (Morgan State University)

Presenters
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Robert Blair

Associate Professor of Public Administration and Urban Studies, University of Nebraska at Omaha
I am passionate about professional local government management and the potential of its application to other countries, respecting their traditions, history, and political culture. I am also less passionate about the Chicago Cubs
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Daniel Campo

Morgan State University
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Meighen Katz

Australian Catholic University
As a public historian, my areas of interest mix urban studies, housing, history of medicine, and the use of the arts as interpretive tools. I'm particularly interested in public narratives of vulnerability and how they are presented, negotiated and interpreted. My last project looked at museum interpretation of the Great Depression and the 1930. | | I'm also interested in the history of prefab housing and that style of building has, and... Read More →
avatar for Juan J. Rivero

Juan J. Rivero

Rutgers University; Bloustein School of Planning

Co-Authors
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Dag Olav Torjesen

University of Agder, Kristiansand
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Jerome Deichert

University of Nebraska Omaha

Moderators
avatar for Robert Blair

Robert Blair

Associate Professor of Public Administration and Urban Studies, University of Nebraska at Omaha
I am passionate about professional local government management and the potential of its application to other countries, respecting their traditions, history, and political culture. I am also less passionate about the Chicago Cubs

Friday April 5, 2013 9:15am - 10:35am
Garden Room