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Subject: Call for Posters

Call for Posters

From: Melissa J. Huber <huber.phares>
Date: Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Call for Posters

>From Gray Areas to Green Areas: Developing Sustainable Practices in
    Preservation Environments
Austin, Texas
November 1-3, 2007

Hosted by the Kilgarlin Center for Preservation of the Cultural
Record at the University of Texas at Austin with the Getty
Conservation Institute and the UT Center for Sustainable Development

Poster abstracts are being accepted from professionals and students
for the upcoming symposium, From Gray Areas to Green Areas:
Developing Sustainable Practices in Preservation Environments. This
three-day symposium will examine sustainable practices in cultural
heritage preservation environments. Keynote speaker May Cassar,
Professor of Sustainable Heritage at University College, London,
will lead the roster of papers and poster sessions on topics

    Policy and Politics
    Costs and Benefits
    Engineering, Adaptive Reuse and New Buildings
    Indoor Environments
    Practicality and Practices

Submission Guidelines: Poster abstracts (no more than 300 words)
should be submitted by email in English as PDF or Word files.
Submissions should include a title, the name of author(s) with
institutional affiliation and contact information, and a one-page
resume for each speaker. In addition, the poster abstract should
address the scope of the project/research to be presented and how it
relates to the topic of sustainable practices in preservation
environments. Authors or accepted posters will receive a discount on
the cost of registration.

Deadline for Submission: Poster abstracts should be submitted to the
Poster Session Coordinator by May 31 2007. If you are unable to send
in your submission via email, please contact the Session Coordinator
to make other arrangements. You will be notified whether your
abstract was accepted by June 15, 2007. Additional poster guidelines
and session information will be provided to you at that time.

Send submissions and/or questions to:

    Melissa J. Huber
    Poster Session Coordinator
    huber.phares [at] gmail__com

For registration and more information visit


Melissa J. Huber
Candidate, M. S. Historic Preservation
TA, Architectural Conservation Lab
School of Architecture
University of Texas at Austin

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