Trailer: Preservation Profiles

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A preview of the upcoming first season of Preservation Profiles. Guests featured in this six-episode season: Susan West Montgomery, Robert G. "Bob" Stanton, Laura Trieschmann, Eric Hemenway, Marsh Davis, and Tanya Denckla Cobb. Hear from these inspiring individuals who are shaping the field of preservation in the United States. Learn about their preservation philosophies, inspiration, and accomplishments. Episodes will touch on advocacy, laws and regulations, preservation planning, intangible aspects of historic preservation stewardship, and more. Explore why preservation matters to our podcast guests, how it can make a difference in improving the future quality of life for people in communities around the country, and what links preservation to this year's history in the making—from the pandemic to protests on social inequality and racism. Transcripts will be available for all episodes.

More episodes from Preservation Profiles

Preserving History through Truth Telling with Tanya Denckla Cobb

Tanya Denckla Cobb is the Director of the Institute for Engagement & Negotiation at the University of Virginia. For several years now the Institute has been working on a process called …

Preserving Community History with Marsh Davis

Marsh Davis is the President of Indiana Landmarks. In this episode, he speaks about how his preservation approach has evolved over his career, …

Preserving Native American History with Eric Hemenway

Eric Hemenway is an Anishnaabek/Odawa from Cross Village, Michigan, whose work centers around repatriation of remains and sacred objects under NAGPRA, as well as speaking and teaching about …

Preserving a Sense of Place with Laura Trieschmann

Laura Trieschmann is the State Historic Preservation Officer for the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. In this episode, Laura shares …

Preserving Resources and Fostering Diversity with Robert Stanton

Robert G. Stanton joined the National Park Service as a seasonal ranger and rose through the ranks to become the agency’s first African American Director. In this episode, he reflects on …

Preserving Intangible History with Susan West Montgomery

Susan West Montgomery is a passionate advocate for natural and historic places, committed to leveraging these places to connect citizens, promote social justice, and foster health and …

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