In 1995 the Preservation Program began to publish a series of working papers from Gail Dubrow’s class Preservation of the Vernacular Environment, which gave students the opportunity to develop their own innovative preservation research and projects. Paper copies of the first three volumes of these projects are available in the program office in Gould 410L.
As we collect permissions, we will add student papers from these classes as well as from Manish Chalana’s subsequent Preservation of the Vernacular Environment classes.
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