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Preservation, Architectural History Courses This Fall in St. Louis

Introduction to Historic Preservation at Washington University

“Introduction to Historic Preservation” will be taught again this fall at Washington University on Monday evenings. This class will give an overview of the theory and practice of historic preservation and is being taught by architect Jeff Brambila, former board president of Missouri Preservation. For further information go to http://ucollege.wustl.edu or contact Jeff Brambila at jbmp@brambilaarchitects.com.

American Architecture at University of Missouri-St. Louis

Lynn Josse of Preservation Research Office will be teaching “American Architecture” (ART HS 2279) this fall at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. the course is a survey overview of American architectural movements, styles and architects from 1600 to the present. Prerequisites: Art 1100 or consent of the instructor. For more information, go to http://umsl.edu/academics/index.html.

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