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Kemezis, Kathleen

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Kathleen Kemezis is a graduate student in the College of Built Environments at University of Washington.  After receiving her AB in Classical Archaeology from Bryn Mawr College, Kathleen worked with the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens as well as the Historic Seattle and Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation. Her research interests examine the preservation of historic architecture as a bastion of memory and identity in the urban fabric of post-war and rapidly modernizing cities.
University of Washington, Seattle
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