NOVA Historic Preservation Fall Open House

Please mark your calendar for the NOVA Historic Preservation Program’s

FALL OPEN HOUSE

Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 7pm

NOVA Loudoun Campus, LW 106

Heading up our line-up will be our own Dr. John Sprinkle, talking about his new book, Crafting Preservation Criteria: The National Register of Historic Places and American Historic Preservation, which is already well on its way to being the definitive work in the field.

In addition, we’ll have our splendid faculty members promoting their exciting line-up of spring courses, which include:

Prof. Mike Henry’s HIS 183- Survey of Museum Practice

Prof. David Clark’s HIS 193- Forensic Archaeology

Prof. Rich Gillespie’s HIS 205- Local History, “Journey Through Hallowed Ground”

Prof. Doug Campbell’s HIS 199- Historic Preservation Internship

And if that’s not enough to quicken anyone’s blood, there will be cookies as well!  Come by and see what the Historic Preservation Program is all about!

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About docampbell

Doug is a historian and educator with more than a decade of experience teaching Western, World, US, and European history at colleges and universities in Virginia and Maryland. His scholarship focuses on national identity, education, and historical memory in Austria during the era of the World Wars, and includes work at the US Archives, the US Library of Congress, the Austrian National Library, and the Austrian State Archive. He has taught at NOVA since 2006 and has been the Historic Preservation Program Head since 2012.

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