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Join in a conversation with Dr. Gail Dubrow, one of the leaders of the movement to preserve cultural diversity in America as a part of the Spring 2023 Strickland Distinguished Scholar Virtual Lecture Series!
When: Thursday, March 30, 2023 7:00PM Central Time
Where: Zoom >> Link Here <<
“Inclusive Approaches to Historic Preservation: Gender, Race, Sexuality and Ability"
Strickland Visiting Scholars Speaker: Dr. Gail Dubrow, Professor of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Public Affairs and Planning and History, University of Minnesota
Host: Dr. Martha Norkunas, Professor of Oral and Public History
Question Moderator: Dr. Pankhuree Dube, Assistant Professor of South Asian History
Gail Dubrow will discuss her thirty years teaching and practicing in the field of historic preservation and public history. As a graduate student, Dubrow was one of the first to integrate new scholarship in women’s history into the identification and interpretation of historic places. Later as a junior faculty member at University of Washington, she was among the first to document places significant in Asian American heritage in Washington State. In recent years she has addressed LGBTQ heritage and places significant in the history of people with disabilities.
Gail Dubrow is Professor of Architecture and History at University of Minnesota. She is a Distinguished Professor of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and a Fellow of the Society of Architectural Historians. She is the author of Sento at Sixth and Main, with Donna Graves, and Restoring Women’s History through Historic Preservation, with Jennifer Goodman as well as scholarly articles, handbooks, theme studies for the National Park Service, professional reports and public documents. She has been the recipient of many awards and grants, among them the American Council of Learned Societies, the National Museum of American History, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Historic Places Award, and the best book award from the Society of Architectural Historians.