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John H. Stubbs

Adjunct Associate Professor
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John H. Stubbs
Adjunct Associate Professor
Columbia University

School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

John Stubbs is Vice President for Programs for the World Monuments Fund based in New York and is in charge of planning and coordinating the organization’s various field projects and related activities in some 16 countries. In his role as overseer of WMF’s World Monuments Watch Program he is responsible as for the tracking of progress at some 115 additional sites.

Prior to joining WMF, Mr. Stubbs served for ten years as Assistant Director of Historic Preservation Projects at Beyer Blinder Belle, Architects and Planners in New York City. He is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, attended the International Centre for the Conservation of Cultural Property in Rome (ICCROM), and worked for two years as an Historical Architect for the U.S. Department of Interior in Washington, D.C.

In addition to his work with WMF, John Stubbs is presently an Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University’s Graduate Program in Historic Preservation where he teaches The Theory & Practice of Historic Preservation and The Language & Literature of Architectural Classicism. He is also Trustee of the Archaeological Institute of America.
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