CULTURAL HERITAGE PRESERVATION
Preservation, Cultural Resource Stewardship, and Related Fields
Cultural Heritage Preservation: Historic Preservation,
Cultural Resource Stewardship, and Related
Fields was developed to encourage colleges and universities
to create undergraduate courses focusing on the preservation of
minority cultural heritage or to incorporate parts of this material
into appropriate existing courses. While applicable at any institution
of higher education, this course outline is intended for Historically
Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions
(HSIs), Asian American Studies programs, and Tribal Colleges.
course is organized around three units: 1) Place and Culture;
Power and Politics; and 3) Process and Profession. Each unit consists
of Learning Objectives, Learning Activities, and Learning Resources.
The course is designed to be compatible with a number of disciplines
including history, cultural studies, American studies, architecture,
and community planning, as well as others.
are available in pdf format:
a free hard copy of the outline by contacting Brian
our webpages on Places & Cultures where
you will find links to National Park Service historic parks
and to other historic places that reflect multicultural
series on diversity in the National Park Service, Reflections
on the American Landscape, are useful tools for the classroom.
More free publications are
available in hard copy or pdf format.
appreciate your feedback. Please tell us your comments, criticisms,
and general ideas about this course outline.
do you use this course outline?
this course outline culturally appropriate for your teaching needs?
are your recommendations for improving it?
additional web or printed materials would be helpful to supplement
the course outline?
Send your comments
D. Joyner by
or send a letter to her attention:
National Park Service
1849 C Street, NW (2280)
Washington, DC 20240-0001