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The Historic Preservation Program prepares leaders to address the great challenges of protecting the world’s architectural, cultural, and historical heritage in the face of profound change.

The multi-disciplinary program has set the standard in the dynamic field of historic preservation and heritage conservation since James Marston Fitch founded it in 1964 as the first such program in the United States.

The Ph.D. program in Historic Preservation is oriented toward the training of scholars in the discipline of historic preservation. It provides intellectual leadership by training future generations of preservation scholars, and expand the discipline’s range of intellectual engagements through the cultivation of new paradigms for scholarly research, experimental practice, global action, and communication.
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