ITES Publications and Related Reports

ITES 2009-3nd International Trades Education Symposium

Leadville, Colorado, August 25-27, 2009

To order a printed copy of the ITES 2009 proceedings contact the PTN Office at:

Preservation Trades Network
75 Holt Road
Lyndeborough, NH 03082-5815
Phone: (866) 853-9335
Fax: (866) 853-9336

  • "Creating a High Performance Construction Environment Which Motivates Skilled Craftspeople/Trades in the Historical Preservation Environment", Dean Kashiwagi, Professor at Arizona State University’s Del E. Webb School of Construction and Director of the Performance Based Studies Research Group (PBSRG)
  • "Engaging Youth and Creative Partnerships: A Multi-disciplinary Case Study", Torie Bowman and Nadia Hebard, Western Hardrock Watershed Team, Montrose, Colorado
  • "America’s Community Colleges: The Untapped Potential for Preservation Craft Education", Robert W. Ogle, Associate Professor and HP Program Director, Colorado Mountain College, Historic Preservation, Leadville, Colorado  
  • "Developing an Authentic World-Class Historic Building Trades and Heritage Education Campus in the American West: Virginia and Nevada Cities in Alder Gulch, Montana", Michael Ciani, Preservation Specialist
  • Montana Heritage Commission, Preservation Department, Virginia City, Montana
  • "Origins - What is Stained Glass?", Stephen Lewis, Deputy Team Leader Glazing, Lincoln Cathedral, Works Department, Lincoln, Lincolnshire 
  • "Shifting Sands: Why We Are Where We Are and Where We Are Going", David Mertz, Program Chai /Professor, Belmont College, Building Preservation Technology, St. Clairsville, Ohio  
  • "Between Discipline and Invention: Stereotomy and the Need for Craft Education in Architecture Today", Mark Schneider, Professor of Architecture, Virginia Tech, College of Architecture and Urban Studies (CAUS), Blacksburg, Virginia  
  • "Hands-On Education that Works", Bill Hole, Professor, Construction and Historic Preservation, College of the Redwoods, Eureka, California  
  • "Building on the Past", Carol M. Heidschuster, Clericus Fabricae Manager of the Works Department, Lincoln Cathedral, Works Department, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
  • "The Building Trades: Cultural Changes and their place within Historic British Society", Gerard Lynch, Mason, consultant and author, Milton Keynes, Buckinghampshire, United Kingdom
  • "Bridging the Gap between the Preservation Trades and Academic Services at Historic Sites and House Museums", Phil Mark, Director of Preservation, Stratford Hall, Stratford, Virginia
  • "Building Foundations: Quantifying Skilled Labor Needs in the Building Repair and Restoration Sector", Edward G. Fitzgerald, Co-Chairman, US National Committee on Training, US/ICOMOS, Maple Park, Illinois  
  • "Timber Framers Guild", Will Beemer, Co-Executive Director, Timber Framers Guild, Becket, Massachusetts
  • "How to Preserve and Sustain Our Skilled Restoration Craftsman", Jameson Gibson, Owner/President, Gibson/Magerfield Corp., Charlottesville, Virginia  
  • "Repairer of Broken Walls, Restorer of Streets with Dwellings, Preservation Training in Harlem", Thomas E. Russack and Jonathan Rendon, Abyssinian Development Corp., New York, New York

IPTW-ITES 2007-2nd International Trades Education Symposium

Tällberg, Sweden, May 21-25, 2007

ITES 2005-1st International Trades Education Symposium

Belmont Technical College, St. Clairsville, Ohio, October 5-6, 2005

Whitehill Report on Professional and Public Education for Historic Preservation

Originally published in 1968

The Whitehill Report on Professional and Public Education for Historic Preservation was submitted 15 April 1968 to the Trustees of the National Trust for Historic Preservation by the Committee on Professional and Public Education for Historic Preservation, Walter Muir Whitehill, Chairman. 

Read the Whitehill Report on our website.

Note: This copy of the Report was scanned from a manuscript provided by John Fugelso of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.  It is used with permission of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.