Boutique Hotels is a collection of
New Orleans hotels combining the warmth of a "boutique"
hotel with today's modern conveniences.
Watch Online Videos
Watch Online Videos

Calendar of Events

Check Hotel Availability Check In: Nights: Rooms:
  
Add Event
Add Event
Monthly View
Monthly View
Flat View
Flat View
Daily View
Daily View
Categories
Categories


Event: 'PRESERVATION IN PERIL 12th US/ICOMOS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM'

City Wide Events
Events Happening in New Orleans
Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 At 09:00 AM
Duration: 1 Day
Contact Info:
"Symposium Registration". Fax to (202) 842-1861 or email to don.jones@usicomos.org
Location: http://www.icomos.org/usicomos

12th US/ICOMOS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
March 11 - 15, 2009 in New Orleans




PRESERVATION IN PERIL
Disaster Preparedness, Rapid Response, and Sustainable Recovery in the 21st Century




Please join the Tulane School of Architecture faculty participating in the Symposium:
Dr. Eugene D.Cizek, Professor Mark W. Thomas,Professor Heather A. Knight,Professor Catherine Barrier, Professor Grover Mouton
Tulane Preservation Studies graduates participating in the Symposium include:
Elliot Perkins, HDLC , and Stephen Foulkes, Historic Building Recovery Grant Program
Preservation Studies students will be providing support during the conference by acting as hosts, room docents, escorting delegates to buses.




The 2009 US/ICOMOS International Symposium will address recurrent issues of disaster preparedness, rapid response, and sustainable recovery utilizing examples from across the U.S. and around the world that have dealt with flood, fire, earthquake, and other natural and human-made threats to heritage sites. Presentations will highlight critically-assessed lessons learned. Specifically, the symposium will include:
A pre-conference tour on the Mississippi Gulf Coast ;
Presentations on heritage management in times of disaster; and
Field sessions throughout New Orleans neighborhoods during the conference.
Through symposium activities, participants will gain first-hand exposure to the range of issues and the challenges for preparedness and response. By assessing existing models and through dialogue with presenters, participants will have the opportunity to compare and evaluate practices to find effective and sustainable strategies

for use in the U.S. and abroad.



As a result of symposium efforts, US/ICOMOS is confident that this exchange can promote a national model of preparedness, response and recovery for heritage sites. The resulting plan toward developing a model will better protect American heritage and also play a significant role in translating that protection to aid our friends throughout the world. A final report to be prepared upon completion of the symposium will provide a framework for a disaster preparedness, rapid response, and sustainable recovery model that can be built upon and implemented within in the U.S

and will assist with U.S. assistance provided overseas.



For the symposium program (subject to change), please view the program in the following linked pdf files:

Part 1 - Contents, Program at a Glance, and Symposium Theme
Part 2 - Venues
Part 3 - Schedule of Presentations
Part 4 - Pre- and Post-Conference Tours
Part 5 - Abstracts and Speaker Bios
Conference Hotel - information on the Hotel Monteleone

To Register:
Please complete the Registration Form (pdf) and either print and fax, or save and email it to the address below. Payment may be made in check payapble to "US/ICOMOS" or submitted electronically as a donation made in honor of "Symposium Registration".

Fax to (202) 842-1861

or email to don.jones@usicomos.org

For questions or more information, send email inquiry to don.jones@usicomos.org.



Donald G Jones, PhD
Director of Programs
US/ICOMOS
401 F Street, NW, Suite 331
Washington, DC 20001
Ph 202-842-1866
Fax 202-842-1861
Website: http://www.icomos.org/usicomos