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Anarchist's Guide to Historic House Museums / Edition 1

Anarchist's Guide to Historic House Museums / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9781629581712
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/31/2015
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 262
Sales rank: 282,411
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Franklin Vagnone (Principal – TWISTED PRESERVATION: Cultural Consulting) with a strong background in the creative arts (Architecture, Design, Sculpture), is a Public Historian who has been labeled a "domestic-archeo-anthropologist", has over 25 years of transformational leadership in non-profit management, financial oversight, fundraising, strategic planning, board relationships, award-winning cultural program & creative place-making development. He has a thoughtful combination of philosophical and practical experiences that have allowed him to consult, lecture, and teach internationally for an extensive list of universities, cultural sites, museums, and community-based membership organizations.

While Executive Director of major historic house organizations in Philadelphia and New York City, his leadership has been recognized through, 2015 Museum Association of New York Individual Achievement Award, Two Lucy G. Moses awards from the New York Landmarks Conservancy, Award of Excellence from the Greater Hudson Heritage Network, Award of Merit from Museum Association of New York Award, and a Grand Jury Medal from The Philadelphia Preservation Alliance.

Franklin maintains the blog: Twisted Preservation, and the series "One Night Stand" overnights in historic house museums, which to date, has readers in over 85 countries - ( ), and also moderates an international discussion group – The Anarchist’s Guide to Historic House Museums.

He has co-authored The Anarchist’s Guide to Historic House Museums (with Ms. Deborah Ryan) – a book about innovative concepts for historic cultural sites. The book, now in its 3rd printing since November 2015, was voted best Museum Education-related book of 2015 by Museum Educator’s Monitor, and became #1 bestseller (Museum-related) on Amazon for February 2015.

Deborah Ryan, RLA is an associate professor of architecture and urban design at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, USA, where she founded the Charlotte Community Design Studio as the community outreach arm of the university. As director of the Mayor’s Institute for City Design: South and the Open Space Leadership Institute, she led symposia that taught local leaders how to face growth issues in their communities. Ryan has also served as a faculty member at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, USA, and as a visiting critic at Columbia University, USA. Ryan designed and developed Wikiplanning™ as an online site for increasing civic engagement in the community planning process. She has published and lectured widely on the subject of community engagement, and in 2013 she was named a Senior Edward I. Koch Fellow by the Historic House Trust of New York City to lead civic engagement efforts for the LatimerNOW project.

Table of Contents

Foreword Preface Research Tools Chapter 1. Introduction: Why “Anarchist”? Chapter 2. Community Markings Chapter 3. Communication Markings Chapter 4. Experience Markings Chapter 5. Environmental Markings Chapter 6. Shelter Markings Appendix I: Evaluation Questions References Index About the Authors

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