MHP Graduate Coordinator James Reap Participates in International Conference in China

MHP Professor and Graduate Coordinator James Reap recently participated in and spoke at the 5th International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) – Wuhan Crossover Forum in Wuhan, China.  The forum, whose theme was Time & Space: Cultural Heritage in Urban Renewal, was organized by the Huazhong University of Science & Technology and the Wuhan Research Society on Shared Built Heritage and […]

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MHP Students visit Milledgeville

On Sunday October 23, several MHP students traveled to Milledgeville, GA to tour and volunteer.  The event, organized by the Student Preservation Organization, began with a tour of Andalusia, the home of author Flannery O’Connor in the 1930s-1950s.  Student Ross Sheppard led the tour and explained the role of Andalusia in Flannery O’Connor’s novels.  He also spoke about the building itself […]

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Students Serve as Docents for the Georgia Trust

  The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation held one of its “Expeditions” on Saturday, August 27th, in Sparta in Hancock County with several MHP students serving as docents for the day.  The purpose of the Georgia Trust’s Expeditions is to explore an area off the beaten path through a day long, self-guided tour which in turn educates the participants about preservation […]

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SHPO Volunteers at William Harris Homestead

The Student Historic Preservation Organization (SHPO) spent the morning of Saturday, August 27th, volunteering at the William Harris Homestead in Monroe, GA.  The 11 students were given a tour of the homestead by 2nd year student Dixie Gallups before they began work cleaning and gardening in the family cemetery.  The homestead which dates to 1825 was listed on the National […]

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