UIC UPP 594 - Special Topics in Urban Planning & Policy (5 pages)

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University of Illinois at Chicago
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Upp 594 - Topics in Urban Planning and Policy

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PRELIMINARY COURSE SYLLABUS SCHEDULE UPP 594 Special Topics in Urban Planning Policy Course Time Introduction to Historic Preservation Planning Spring Semester 2010 Tuesdays 6 pm to 9 pm Up to two classes will be held on Saturdays or alternatively on Fridays depending on student availability to accommodate field trips Instructor Brian Goeken AICP goekenb aol com Brian Goeken AICP is a Deputy Commissioner in the Chicago Department of Zoning and Land Use Planning where he directs the City s historic preservation program and is lead staff to the Commission on Chicago Landmarks He is a past chair of the Board of Directors of the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions and on the boards of Preservation Action and the Center for Preservation Initiatives now Preservation Action Foundation He has over twenty years of experience in urban planning historic preservation architecture and urban design The course will provide an overview of the wide range of issues associated with the theory and practice of historic preservation emphasizing in particular preservation planning issues from the perspective of the practicing urban planner Topics will include the history and theory of preservation an understanding of preservation at the federal state and local levels preservation law an overview of methods and techniques of preservation planning including legal tools and incentives and current topics Lectures readings field trips class presentations and discussions will form the basis for a greater understanding of preservation issues in the urban planning field The course will include a dozen guest speakers involved in preservation issues drawn from the planning architecture preservation real estate law and government fields The principal textbook will be A Richer Heritage Historic Preservation in the 21st Century edited by Robert E Stipe University of North Carolina 2003 paperback The book is available at the UIC Bookstore The textbook will be augmented by readings and



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