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Alumnus’ Planning Magazine article inspired by Preservation Studies research trip to Cuba

August 06, 2017
Planning Magazine

Recent Master of Preservation Studies graduate J. Marshall Brown (MPS’16) shares his thoughts on Cuba’s “accidental sustainability” in the latest issue of Planning Magazine. The article is based on a lecture by Orlando Inclán, architect and planner with the Office of the City Historian in Havana and founder of La Habana Re-Generación, which Brown attended during a research trip to Cuba with the Preservation Studies program. Read the full article here (courtesy American Planning Association).