Jan Haenraets

Acting Director of Preservation Studies; Professor of the Practice, Preservation Studies

  • Title Acting Director of Preservation Studies;
    Professor of the Practice, Preservation Studies
  • Office 226 Bay State Road, Room 108
  • Phone (617) 358-9910
  • Education BA, Erasmus University College;
    MA, University of York;
    PhD, Leicester School of Architecture at De Montfort University

Research Areas: Cultural landscape studies; historic preservation; international heritage management; preservation of 20th C. designed landscapes; Mughal garden history

Selected Publications:
“Paradise in Conflict: Reexamining and Safeguarding the Genius of the Mughal Gardens Of Kashmir.” Co-author with Hollingsworth, M. and Schwann, A. Landscape Research Record, Space-Time/Space-Duration, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, No 01 (2013): 160-174.

“Initiatives and Attempts to Safeguard Landscapes of the Recent Past: The United Kingdom Perspective.” Co-author with Ebohon, O.J. Garden History 39.2 (2011): 263-278.
Condition Report and Treatment Plan for Truro Highlands Historic District: Cape Cod National Seashore, Eastham, Massachusetts. Co-author with Coffin-Brown. Boston, Mass.: National Park Service, Northeast Region and Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (2007).

Landscapes of the Recent Future: Conserving the 20th-Century’s Landscape Design Legacy (ed.). Proceedings of the Symposium held at the Edinburgh College of Art, 21 April 2011. Edinburgh: DOCOMOMO International Specialist on Urbanism and Landscapes and Edinburgh College of Art.

For a detailed academic bio and CV, please see Professor Haenraets’ Department Profile.

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