Paper Sessions At-A-Glance

Papers sessions at the 2016 conference will occur on Tuesday, November 1 and Wednesday, November 2.  
Tracks include

Combined Paper Session Track

SESSION 1: Tuesday, November 1, 9:45am – 11:15am

Track 1: Spanish Colonial Structures, Traditions and Cultures

Papers are not listed in the order they will be presented

Track 1

Spanish Colonial Structures, Traditions and Cultures 

Track 2

Cultural Landscapes:
Patterns and Palimpsests

Track 3

Revisiting Mid-Century Modern 

Track 4

Concrete:
Materials and Innovations 

Track 5

Vernacular Heritage:
Honoring the Ordinary 

CS1.1:

San Antonio Missions
Session Chair: Susan Snow
 

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS2.1:

Mapping Culture (Part 1)
Session Chair: Susan Bronson

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS3.1:

Structural Issues
Session Chair: Todd Grover 

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS4.1:

Concrete Repairs
Session Chair: Andrew Billingsley

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS5.1:

Vernacular Philosophy
Session Chair: Andy Ferrell 

LU: 1.5 hrs

 Preserving the San Antonio Mission Churches: Challenges and Opportunities of Multiple-Site Preservation Management 

Anna Nau 
Ford, Powell & Carson

Using the ARCHES open source web application as a Cultural Resources Management Tool 

Carrie Barton
PRESERVE/scapes

Structural Facade Challenges with Mid-Century Modern Buildings

Concrete Preservation on Alcatraz Island 

Creating Strong Vision Plans for Our Vernacular Heritage: A New, “Holistic”, Paradigm 

 The Conservation of the Carved Stone Frontispiece at Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo

Ivan Myjer
Building and Monument Conservation
 

Stewardship and Preservation in the Layered Landscape: Lessons from Bedford, New York 

Shelley E. Smith, PhD
New York City College of Technology, CUNY
3D Modeling of the Historic Saarinen TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport (or documentation) To use cement or not to use cement in preservation: That’s the question  Concreting a New Vernacular: Postwar Transformations in Building Traditions in Puerto Rico 

 

Evaluating Locally-Sourced Mortar Materials at the Spanish Missions

Heather Hartshone
Highbridge Materials Consulting, Inc.
 

 

The Historic Walled City of Ajmer, India: a case study in mapping tangible and intangible heritage 

Dr. Oriel Prizeman
Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University
Analysis and Adaption of Historic Mid-Century Modern Curtain Walls and Skylights for the New Century Use Cinders on Track – Keeping Early Concrete Slabs in Service  The Heritage Home Program: Preserving Residential Architecture in Cleveland, One House at a Time 
 

 

Student Scholar: A Layered Approach to Documentation 

 

Cladding the Mid-Century Modern: Thin stone veneer-faced precast concrete    Student Scholar: With Soft-Woven Spanish Names: Evaluating Historic Preservation Programs in South Texas Border Towns 



 

  


 

SESSION 2: Tuesday, November 1, 1:15pm - 2:45pm

Track 2: Cultural Landscapes: Patterns and Palimpsests

Papers are not listed in the order they will be presented

Track 1

Spanish Colonial Structures, Traditions and Cultures 

Track 2

Cultural Landscapes:

Patterns and Palimpsests 

Track 3

Revisiting Mid-Century Modern 

Track 4

Concrete:

Materials and Innovations 

Track 5

Vernacular Heritage:

Honoring the Ordinary 

CS1.2: San Antonio Missions

Session Chair: Anna Nau 

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS2.2: Mapping Culture (Part 2)

Session Chair: Michael Tomlan 

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS3.2: Windows

Session Chair: Michael McClelland

LU: 1.5 hrs 

CS4.2: Cast Stone / Pre-cast Concrete

Session Chair: Deborah Slaton

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS5.2: Adobe

Session Chair: Nicky Emery

LU: 1.5 hrs

 

The Heart of the Alamo; Technical photography plus Post-image processing techniques used to successfully recover 18th century fresco designs from the Interior Sacristy walls of the Alamo Shrine 

 

Macro through Micro: Exploring the Intersection of Technology for Improved Research, Planning and Stewardship of Cultural Landscapes  The Lightest Touch: Repairing Custom MidCentury Windows With a Stock Budget  Hidden in Plain Sight - The Cast Stone of the Coignet Building  Historic Preservation, Self Determination, and the Cultural Resiliency of Traditional Pueblo Villages 

 

Sophisticated technology: Analyzing pigments at the Alamo 

 

Four Cultural Landscape Reports for the Architect of the Capitol: New Knowledge of the Past Will Guide the Future  Salk Institute for Biological Studies: Teak Window Wall Conservation Project  Meridian Hill Park, Masterwork in Exposed Aggregate Concrete  Characterization and Comparative Analysis of Earthen Plasters from the American Southwest

 

Conserving the Polychrome Stuccos at Missions Concepcion, San Jose and Espada, San Antonio Texas 

 

Capitol Complexes and Town Squares: The Value of Taking a Cultural Landscape Approach with Historic Civic Architecture  Sourcing Modern Materials: Glass Block and Pattern Glass at Gropius House  Student Scholar: Challenges in the Preservation of Masonry Bricolage  Last Chance Saloon? Attempts to Conserve Cement Mortared Adobe Walls in Marfa, Texas 

 

 Student Scholar: Performance Based Evaluation of Select Salt Crystallization Inhibitors As a Means to Mitigate Salt Damage in Architectural Terra Cotta

 

Student Scholar: Managing the Industrial Ruin in the National Park Context: An Assessment of the Preservation and Conservation Process       


 


 

SESSION 3: Tuesday, November 1, 3:15pm - 4:45pm

Track 3: Revisiting Mid-Century Modern

Papers are not listed in the order they will be presented

Track 1

Spanish Colonial Structures, Traditions and Cultures 

Track 2

Cultural Landscapes:

Patterns and Palimpsests 

Track 3

Revisiting Mid-Century Modern 

Track 4

Concrete:

Materials and Innovations 

Track 5

Vernacular Heritage:

Honoring the Ordinary 

CS1.3: California Projects

Session Chair: Evan Kopelson

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS2.3: Cultural Landscape Typologies: Mounds, Caves and Ruins

Session Chair: Susan Ross

LU: 1.5 hrs 

CS3.3: Project Planning

Session Chair: Caroline Alderson

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS4.3: Investigation

Session Chair: Don Friedman

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS5.3: Technical Vernacular

Session Chair: Joe Oppermann

LU: 1.5 hrs

 

Things change…sometimes for the better! Reversibility, why it matters (adobe, seismic) 

 

Cosmological-order, Landscape-order: a Typological Framework for UNESCO Poverty Point Cultural Site  George Nakashima's Arts Building and Cloister (1963- 1967): a Conservation & Management Plan Rehab Concrete Condition and Durability Assessment of castin-place concrete liners within NYC's historic segmental castiron tunnels  Capitol Ideas in Cast Iron Restoration and High Performance Coatings: The Project Team Returns after 25 Years 

 

The conservation of historic decorative finishes at Mission San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California: the preservation of fragmentary schemes using traditional lime-based techniques, with a nano lime 'twist' 

 

Effigy Mounds National Monument: Non-invasive Techniques for Landscape Documentation  Hard Choices: Accommodating Change on Trinity's Modern Campus through Addition, Renewal and Removal  John Anson Ford Theatres Historic Concrete Restoration  Canvasing the Window and Door Caps 

 

Fibrous Plaster: Specifying Reinforcement Systems for a Robust 19th-c. Technology (includes a San Diego case study) 

 

Ceremonial Caves in Frijoles Canyon: A Chronology of Change  Brutalism and Field Theory. Walter Netsch and the Rehabilitation of University of Illinois Chicago Art & Architecture Building Going Digital: Using Photogrammetry to Preserve the Lancaster Hotel Façade   Design, Simulation and Construction of a Physical Test Cell for Interstitial Monitoring of Replacement Infill Panels for Historic Timber-Frame Buildings in the UK

 

Student Scholar: Performance Evaluation of Nanolime as a Consolidant for Friable Lime-Based Plaster 

 

Student Scholar: A Preservation in Ruins: The current crisis in ruins preservation requires decisive action. We must begin by creating a set of metrics to aid in determining which ruins to preserve and why.  Student Scholar: Glue-Laminated Timber in the Pacific Coast of the United States: Its Developments, Deterioration, and Preservation Methods     Student Scholar: Natural Hair Binders in Historic Texas Vernacular Mortars 

 



SESSION 4: Wednesday, November 2, 8:30am - 10:15am

Track 4: Concrete: Materials and Innovations

Papers are not listed in the order they will be presented

Track 1

Spanish Colonial Structures, Traditions and Cultures 

Track 2

Cultural Landscapes:

Patterns and Palimpsests 

Track 3

Revisiting Mid-Century Modern 

Track 4

Concrete:

Materials and Innovations 

Track 5

Vernacular Heritage:

Honoring the Ordinary 

 

CS1.4: Latin America and The Philippines

Session Chair: Kent Diebolt 

LU: 1.75 hrs

 

CS2.4: Interpreting Culture and Heritage

Session Chair: Robert Warden

LU: 1.75 hrs

CS3.4: Residential

Session Chair: Emily Ardoin 

LU: 1.75 hrs

CS4.4: History and Theory

Session Chair: Jack Pyburn

LU: 1.75 hrs

CS5.4: Technical Upgrades

Session Chair: Mike Jackson

LU: 1.75 hrs

 

Preserving Stonecutting Craftsmanship; Restoration of the Sixteenth-Century Ribbed Vault of the Open Chapel at Teposcolula, Oaxaca, Mexico 

 

The Canadian Prairie: Harnessing the Heritage of Wooden Grain Elevators  The effects of historic designation on midcentury modern neighborhoods in Houston Texas  The Concrete Innovations of Joseph Allen Stein in 1950s India  Preparing Traditional Buildings for Climate Change 

 

The key is lime: preserving mampuesto wall construction in Cuba’s colonial buildings 

 

Cotton River, Market Town: Preserving/Interpreting the Landscape(s) of Slavery at Forks-of-the-Road  Bringing Back the Bendit House - Case Study of an Early Midcentury Modern Restoration/Renovation Project  Reinforced concrete structures in Belgium: case study of the Dotremont house (1932)  The Development and Use of ASHRAE’s GPC 34P, Energy Guidelines for Historical Buildings 

 

Archaeology of the Urbanism of Santafé de Bogotá: Old aqueducts and sewage systems of the city  

 

Guardians of the Harbor: a Stratigraphy of Pensacola’s Coastal Defense Systems  Inside the modern: the conservation of interiors from the 1960s and 1970s  Empirical and Rational Methods of Concrete Design: 1890-1980  Thermal Upgrade of Historic Metal Windows: Balancing Sustainability and Preservation Goals 

 

Retrofit proposals for the Filipino Spanish Colonial Churches to meet Modern Seismic Demands 

 

Student Scholar Persistent Infrastructure: Preservation of PostIndustrial Landscapes  O'Neil Ford's Exploration of the Solar House   Cement Chemistry for Preservation  Considering Current and Future Insulation Materials for Traditional and other Historic Buildings 

 

Student Scholar: Optimization of hydrated lime mortars for Conservation of Built Heritage 

 

Student Scholar: The Preservation of the Bungalow Courts of Hollywood, California      Student Scholar: A Computational Simulation Methodology for Reconstructing and Analyzing Environmental Behavior 

 


 

SESSION 5: Wednesday, November 2, 10:45am - 12:15pm

Track 5: Vernacular Heritage: Honoring the Ordinary

Papers are not listed in the order they will be presented

Track 1

Spanish Colonial Structures, Traditions and Cultures 

Track 2

Cultural Landscapes:

Patterns and Palimpsests 

Track 3

Revisiting Mid-Century Modern 

Track 4

Concrete: Materials and Innovations 

Track 5

Vernacular Heritage: Honoring the Ordinary 

 

CS1.5: Encounters: Projects Involving Diverse Building Materials

Session Chair: Norman Weiss

LU: 1.5 hrs

 

CS2.5: College of Fellows Roundtable

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS3.5: Climate Change

Session Chair: Carol Dyson 

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS4.5: Case Studies

Session Chair: John Matteo

LU: 1.5 hrs

CS5.5: Case Studies in Vernacular Conservation

Session Chair: Dan Worth

LU: 1.5 hrs

 

Restoration of the New York Public Library's Gottesman Hall

 

Constructive Reflections:

An Applicable Method to Assess Historic Preservation Interventions

 

Repairing hurricane damage to the concrete brise-soleil of the First Security Bank Building (1963) in Beaumont, Texas  Don’t Destroy History!: A testing program to remove layers of graffiti at the Miami Marine  The Cathedral of Ica and the Church of Kuno Tambo, Peru: Using Local and Traditional Materials and Techniques

 

Restoration of the Old Stone Church Façade 

 

The Farnsworth House – Flood Mitigation Plan  Sitka Sound Science Center: Renovation of the Historic Concrete Facade and Window Replacement  Making the Old Look Old While Protecting the Artifact: Historic African-American Villages near Charleston 

 

Finding your way home: best practices in preservation documentation  

 

(Don’t) Let the Sun Shine in: Analysis of solar/thermal related effects and mitigation options at Donald Judd’s 100 Untitled Works in Mill Aluminum at The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas   Drayton Hall: The Failure of Early 20th Century Concrete in a 1740s Plantation House A Vernacular Farm Home in the Connecticut Western Reserve of Ohio: The John and Elsa Johnson Home in Hiram, OH

 

Student Scholar: Preserving Nepalese Heritage 

 

Student Scholar: Applications of OSCAR: Case studies from the classroom and workplace     

 

2016 Paper Sessions 

Registration for the 2016 Conference is now open.  Click here to register today! Abstract submissions are now closed.