William Dupont, FAIA, is the San Antonio Conservation Society Endowed Professor at UTSA. He established the Center for Cultural Sustainability in 2011 considering the heritage of people as a core element of a sustainable future. Ongoing and recent projects involve heritage resilience; conservation of intangible (living) heritage; cultural resource management; condition assessment; feasibility plans; equitable development in heritage zones; and master planning for sites of international significance. Dupont teaches architecture design studios and historic preservation. He leads a U.S. technical team supporting Cuban preservation efforts at Museo Ernest Hemingway in Havana.
All sessions by William Dupont
Disaster Resilience on the Texas Gulf Coast: Communities and Historic Sacred Places
11:20 am-11:40 am