Monthly Event

Preservation and the Public Realm

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Thursday, January 14, 2021

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Virtual (On Zoom)


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Ashley Hahn, writer on preservation and public space will lead a conversation on the role of historic public spaces in old cities. She will explore the question of how the historic public realm can support a more just built environment.


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Ashley Hahn

Ashley Hahn is a writer and researcher working at the intersection of public life, public space, and public history. She is the former Managing Editor of PlanPhilly and serves as the volunteer organizer for Jane's Walk in Philadelphia, a global festival of public walks celebrating the legacy of Jane Jacobs. She holds masters degrees in historic preservation and city planning from the University of Pennsylvania. In 2019 she won the Adele Chatfield Taylor Rome Prize in Historic Preservation from the American Academy in Rome.