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Architectural Fieldwork Symposium

The Maryland Historical Trust's annual Architectural Fieldwork Symposium brings together field surveyors, architectural historians, preservation planners, and related practitioners from across the state to discuss recent projects, themes, and methodology.

Registration is now open for the Maryland Historical Trust's annual Architectural Fieldwork Symposium, which will be held virtually on October 28 and 29, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm each day. This event is free to attend, but pre-registration is required.

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2021 Architectural Symposium

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The scheduled speakers and topics are as follows:

Thursday, October 28, 2021

Ashley Minner, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian

Revisiting "the Reservation" of East Baltimore

Michael J. Emmons, Jr.,Center for Historic Architecture & Design, University of Delaware

Inscribing Significance: Documenting & Interpreting Historic Graffiti in Maryland

Dale Glenwood Green, Morgan State University

Early Black Architects in Maryland

Devin S, Kimmel, Kimmel Studio Architects

The Landscape and Gardens of Cloverfields, Queen Anne's County

Isabelle Gournay, Emerita, University of Maryland

Maryland's Planned Communities in Their Iconic International Context

Friday, October 29, 2021

Brent R. Fortenberry, Tulane University

Leveraging Digital Technology for More Impactful Historic Buildings Research

Chris Bryan, Principal Investigator

A Comparative Study of Cremona Farm's Antebellum Tobacco Barns and Outbuildings as Resources in Regional Context

Lisa P. Davidson, National Historic Landmarks Program

Civil Rights in America: Update on National Historic Landmarks Theme Studies

Jacob Bensen and Stephanie Soder, Harford County Department of Planning and Zoning

County Update: A New Look at Harford County's Historic Resources

Zachary L. Singer and Matthew D. McKnight, Archaeological Research Program, MHT

MHT Update: Remote Sensing Survey of James Barwick's 18th-century Ordinary at Melville’s Landing and the Birth of Caroline County, Maryland