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Books and Articles by Randolph Langenbach on the subject of 

PUBLICATIONS ON THE TOPIC OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION and PRESERVATION PLANNING

                  (not including those dealing with seismic safety or historic factories or mill towns)

 

In reverse chronological order-most recent first.  Books are marked in bold

Publications available on web marked in Blue

pdf icon2008,  “OUTSIDE OF THE FRAME: Piranesi’s Perspective and Composition, Re-explored in the Digital Age,"  Proceedings, ICOMOS, General Assembly, Quebec City, Canada, 2008.  (Listed at the conferences as "The Building of a Symbolic Image.")

pdf icon2003,  “THE INTEGRITY OF STRUCTURE: The Armature of our Architectural Heritage,"  CHS NEWSLETTER, No. 67, December 2003, London, Construction History Society.  (Edited and republished from Proceedings of the 2002 ICOMOS General Assembly, Madrid, 2002.)

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1990,  The Teaching of Preservation in the Design Studio: The Relationship Between Theory and Practice”, The 78th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Proceedings, 1990.

 

1990,  "The Good and the Evil: The Preservation of Monuments with a Negative Symbolic Image," in Changing Places: Remaking Institutional Buildings, Marcia Feuerstein, Barbara Campagna, and Linda Schneekloth, Editors, White Pine Press, 1990.

 

 

1987,  "A Certain Kind of Spirit, The Preservation of the Character and the Conservation of Fabric in Historic Structures," ICOMOS 8th General Assembly and International Symposium Papers, International Council on Monuments and Sites, Vol 2, pp 669-76

 

Bangor-0-Cover.jpg (174817 bytes) 1985,  Reclaiming the Past for the Future, The Bangor Central Area Revitalization Ordinance,  City of Bangor 1985.  ,  (co-author with Lane, Frenchman and Associates, Boston.)

 

cover.jpg (59129 bytes) 1984,  Epilogue: "Continuity and Sense of Place; The Importance of the Symbolic Image," in Mental Health in the Environment, Hugh Freeman, F.R.C.Psych., Editor, Churchill Livingstone, London, 1984.

1983,  "A Future From the Past," in Readings in Historic Preservation, N. Williams, E. Kellogg & F Gilbert, Editors, New Brunswick, Center for Urban Policy Research, 1983, p61-69.  (Reprint of a section from A Future From the Past, by Randolph Langenbach, 1978.)

1982,  "The Palmyra of the Deccan, Bijapur India", text by John Cornforth, photographs by Randolph Langenbach, Country Life, London, March 4, 1982, pp 542-45, (Part I), March 11, 1982, pp 634-37, (Part II).

 

1982,  "India in Conflict: Urban Renewal Moves East," Historic Preservation, National Trust For Historic Preservation, 34:3, May-June 1982, pp46-51

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1981,  "Colossus of Battersea: The Battersea Power Station," A Report by save Britain's Heritage, Marcus Binney, Editor

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pdf icon1981, "Living Places, Work Places, and Historical Identity," in Our Past Before Us, Why Do We Save It, David Lowenthal and Marcus Binney, Editors, Temple Smith, London:  (co-author)

1-Lowell-Com-Cover-90%.jpg (194169 bytes) 1980,  Preservation Plan of the Lowell Historic Preservation Commission, 2 Vols, U.S. Department of the Interior, G.P.O. (co-author was a principal on the Moore-Heder Team, Cambridge, Mass.)
Lowell-rpt.jpg (112975 bytes) 1977, Report of the Lowell Historic Canal District Commission to the Ninety Fifth Congress of the United States, U.S. Govt. Printing Office 1977, (co-author as part of the Lowell Team, Architects and Planners)

 

 

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