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    Bari Stith, PhD

    Director of the Graduate and Undergraduate Programs in Historic Preservation

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    Bari Oyler Stith, Ph.D., earned her doctorate in American Studies and MA in American Studies and Museum Studies from Case Western Reserve University, leading to specialties, presentations, and publication in 19th century American women, family, community, and education. She has worked actively in archival preservation, oral history, and exhibit development since beginning her public history career at Western Reserve Historical Society while she was a graduate student at CWRU. Her current research projects focus on the intersections between community identity, heritage, and preservation in frontier and rural communities with special emphasis on women’s experience and the importance of place in personal and community identity.