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Integrity as Process and Feature: Cultural Landscapes of Underrepresented Communities

Integrity as Process and Feature: Cultural Landscapes of Underrepresented Communities IN T EGRI T Y AS PROCES S AND F E AT URE Cultural Landscapes of Underrepresented Communities R O B E R T Z . M E L N I C K A ND RE A R O B E R T S JUL IE M C G IL V R AY Director, Cultural Assistant Professor, Preservation Ser vices Program Landscape Research Group, Urban Planning, Texas A&M Man ag er, National Capital University of Oregon University Area, National Park Ser vice Figure 1. 200 block of Central Ave nue in Deep Ellum, 1930s. Image Courtesy of Dallas Public Librar y 122 National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) integrity evaluation is the primary means by which historic resources are documented, designated, managed, and interpreted in the United States, measur ing the degree to which a property’s defining features, linked to a specific period of significance, are unchanged. Standard application of this integrity pro cess fails to recognize more complex and layered historic places that often comprise contested spaces with underrepresented histories. The cultural landscape concept can strengthen application of the NRHP integrity evaluation, with an understanding of place and placemaking that is both process and feature based, considering these places as evolving http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Change Over Time University of Pennsylvania Press

Integrity as Process and Feature: Cultural Landscapes of Underrepresented Communities

Change Over Time , Volume 10 (2): 19 – May 17, 2022

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Publisher
University of Pennsylvania Press
Copyright
Copyright © University of Pennsylvania Press
ISSN
2153-0548
DOI
10.1353/cot.2021.0013

Abstract

IN T EGRI T Y AS PROCES S AND F E AT URE Cultural Landscapes of Underrepresented Communities R O B E R T Z . M E L N I C K A ND RE A R O B E R T S JUL IE M C G IL V R AY Director, Cultural Assistant Professor, Preservation Ser vices Program Landscape Research Group, Urban Planning, Texas A&M Man ag er, National Capital University of Oregon University Area, National Park Ser vice Figure 1. 200 block of Central Ave nue in Deep Ellum, 1930s. Image Courtesy of Dallas Public Librar y 122 National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) integrity evaluation is the primary means by which historic resources are documented, designated, managed, and interpreted in the United States, measur ing the degree to which a property’s defining features, linked to a specific period of significance, are unchanged. Standard application of this integrity pro cess fails to recognize more complex and layered historic places that often comprise contested spaces with underrepresented histories. The cultural landscape concept can strengthen application of the NRHP integrity evaluation, with an understanding of place and placemaking that is both process and feature based, considering these places as evolving

Journal

Change Over TimeUniversity of Pennsylvania Press

Published: May 17, 2022

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