Archived Presentations

Preserving Historic Places 2023

For session titles and descriptions to correspond with the resources below, view the 2023 Conference Agenda.

Slide Presentations & Resources

Section 106 Training – Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Cathy Draeger-Williams, Toni Giffin, and Holly Tate, Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology
Intro and Basics
Documentation and Submission Guidelines
National Register

Anatomy of a Main Street Building – Wednesday, September 20, 2023
Abby Huff, Indiana Main Street Senior Program Manager, Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affair
Building Inventory Form

Cracking Open the Problems in Modernist Masonry at First Christian Church – Wednesday, September 20, 2023
Anne Schneider, Preservation Specialist, RATIO; Louis Joyner, Principal, Louis Joyner Architect; and Scott Drake, Historic Preservation Specialist, ARSEE Engineer

He Built This City: The Muncie Architecture of Cuno Kibele – Wednesday, September 20, 2023
Cody Sprunger, Archivist for Architectural and Design Records, Andrew Seager Archives of the Built Environment, Ball State University; Melissa Gentry, Supervisor, GIS Research and Map Collection, Ball State University; and Sara McKinley, Local History and Genealogy Supervisor, Muncie Public Library

Hit the Trail: Offering Art and History Along Gary’s Fitness Trail – Wednesday, September 20, 2023
David W. Wright, Planning and Marketing Manager, Gary Public Transportation Corporation; and Erin Sherrow-Hayse, Nutrition Education Program Community Wellness Coordinator, Purdue University Extension

Investing in Historic Neighborhoods through Housing Collaborations – Wednesday, September 20, 2023
Jena Ashby, Director, 8twelve Coalition; and Jonathan Spodek, Professor of Architecture, Director, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, Ball State University

Exploring Indiana’s Industrial Archaeology – Wednesday, September 20, 2023
A.J. Ariens, Forest Archaeologist, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry; Matthew Pike, Archaeologist, Stantec; and Brandy Hayes-Manning, former Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology intern and Indiana University-Kokomo student
Archaeological Investigations at the Starbuck Farmstead and Redware Kilns
Behind the Kiln

The Future of Historic Preservation Education – Thursday, September 21, 2023
Jonathan Spodek, Professor of Architecture, Director, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, Ball State University; Anne Sullivan, John H. Bryan endowed Chair of Historic Preservation, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; and Douglas Appler, Chair of Historic Preservation, University of Kentucky

Preservation and the Public Process: Getting Creative with Section 106 Mitigation – Thursday, September 21, 2023
Haley Brinker, Historian, Cultural Resources Office, Indiana Department of Transportation; Greg Sekula, Southern Regional Office Director, Indiana Landmarks; and Patrick Carpenter, Environmental Protection Specialist, Federal Highway Administration, Indiana Division
Case Studies
Consulting Parties and Mitigation

Uncovering Hidden Histories: A Toolbox for Telling a More Complete, Inclusive Story – Thursday, September 21, 2023
Eunice Trotter, Black Heritage Preservation Program Director, Indiana Landmarks; Hillary Delaney, Lead Researcher, African American History Initiatives, Boone County (Kentucky) Borderlands Archive & History Center; and Jarrad Holbrook, Board Member, Cincinnati Pride

Re-envisioning Downtown through Façade Grants – Thursday, September 21, 2023
Gretchen Cheesman, Director of Community Development, City of Muncie; Bill Morgan, President, Morgan Roemmel Design; and Krista Linke, Community Development Director, City of Franklin and Director, Franklin Development Corporation
Downtown Facade Programs
Muncie Downtown Facade Grants

Sharing the Gospel: Historic Preservation as an Economic Development Tool – Thursday, September 21, 2023
Kelly Humrichouser, Director of Government Relations, Main Street America

A Century of Signs – Friday, September 22, 2023
Tod Swormstedt, Founder American Sign Museum

Preserving Historic Places 2022

For session titles and descriptions to correspond with the resources below, view the 2022 Conference Agenda.

Historic Preservation and Sustainability: The New Partnership
Full recording of September 30, 2022 Plenary Session
Moderator: Eric Sandweiss, Thomas and Kathryn Miller Professor of History, Department of History, Indiana University
Speaker: Steven Semes, Director of the Michael Christopher Duda Center for Preservation, Resilience, and Sustainability, University of Notre Dame  

Slide Presentations

Educational Session 2: Black Heritage Preservation – Tiffany Tolbert

Educational Session 2: Black Heritage Preservation – Eunice Trotter

Educational Session 3: Communicating with Decision Makers – Lauren Cohen and Kelly Humrichouser

Educational Session 5: Industrial Heritage: Collections at the Indiana Historical Society – Maire Gurevitz

Educational Session 5: Industrial Heritage: National Building Arts Center – Mike Jackson

Educational Session 6: A Refreshed Approach to Indiana Main Street – Andrea Kern and Abby Huff

Educational Session 7: Pattern Book Architecture – Paul Diebold

Educational Session 9: Deciding on Replacement Materials in Historic Districts – Sharon Ferraro

Educational Session 10: Fort St Joseph – Michael Nassaney

Educational Session 12: Building IU South Bend – Jay VanderVeen

Educational Session 16: The Archaeology of South Bend – Jay VanderVeen

Educational Session 18: Window Solutions for Historic Rehabilitation Projects – Steve Lien