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Randolph Langenbach

PUBLISHED BOOKS AND ARTICLES 

1968 TO PRESENT

COMPLETE LISTS OF PUBLICATIONS BY TOPIC: 
Many of the listed articles in each of these topics have been republished here in their entirety. 

Earthquakes and Traditional Construction
General articles on Historic Preservation
Milltowns in England and New England

 

 

DIRECT LINKS TO SELECTED ARTICLES ON THE WEB

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Intuition from the Past: 

What We Can Learn from Traditional Construction

 

 

UNESCO - ICOMOS CONFERENCE, NOVEMBER, 2000

 

Bricks Mortar and Earthquakes

Historic Preservation vs. Earthquake Safety 

 

 

 

 

Bulletin

 1989

 

Architectural Issues

 in the Seismic Rehabilitation of 

Masonry Buildings

 

 

 in Disaster Management Programs for Historic Sites

 U.S. National Park Service/APT/Charles Sturt University

1998.

The Good and the Evil: 

The Preservation of Monuments with a Negative Symbolic Image

from: Changing Places: 

Remaking Institutional Buildings

White Pine Press, 1990.  

INDIA IN CONFLICT

URBAN RENEWAL MOVES EAST

PRESERVATION MAGAZINE

National Trust For Historic Preservation

1982

THE AMOSKEAG MILLYARD

An Epic in Urban Design

The Harvard Bulletin

1968

 

AMOSKEAG

Life and Work in an American Factory-City

 

Book is still in print.  Link is to Amazon.com page to order the book, where you can also read reviews of it
and see Amazon's
"Look Inside" preview of the book.

(image is of original hard cover Pantheon Books version.  Available now only in paperback.)

 

AMOSKEAG

A Mill and a Way of Life

New Hampshire Profiles Magazine

1975

 
       

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Randolph Langenbach

M-Arch (Harvard), Dipl.Conservation (York, England)


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