Autora: Sthepanie Laura Cimino
Presentado en el programa de estudios: Historic Preservation and the Graduate School ofthe University of Oregon in partial fulfillment ofthe requirements for the degree of Master of Science
This thesis provides new ways to understand preservation theory and management objectives for industrial heritage sites by analyzing existing mechanisms for their preservation through values and practices associated with cultural landscape preservation. In addition to discussing the theory and development of existing preservation approaches to cultural landscapes and industrial heritage sites, the study identifies characteristics and values aimed at expanding the framework of historic industrial landscape preservation practice. Using case studies of western hard-rock mining landscapes as the primary examples, the study argues that management strategies based on traditional preservation practices are insufficient for interpreting the complexity of these historic places, and that historic industrial landscape preservation is best served by attending to the range of values and processes associated with the historic landscape and its protection.
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