Palouse Railtowns' Cultural Landscape: Actions from Local to Global that Want to Raise Awareness and Contribute to the Protection of Site-Based Tangible Heritage
Research Assistant to Raffaella Sini, Spring 2020
ORED RISE Arts & Humanities (A&H) Project Support Grant, University of Idaho.
 “History of the development of a rail corridor and community in the Palouse region of northern Idaho and eastern Washington. Land art or landscape architecture as instruments of dialogue.”
Analysis of local railroad routes, structures (grain elevators, silos and factories) and historical evolution through according typologies and rail networks. Major contributions of railroad development in 20th CE landform change in the Palouse Valley region of Eastern Washington & North Idaho.

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