Press Room

The Society of Architectural Historians promotes the study, interpretation, and conservation of architecture, design, landscapes, and urbanism worldwide. Learn more about the Society's mission and history.

Press/Media Contact
Helena Karabatsos
312.573.1365
hkarabatsos@sah.org 

SAH In the News

Radio Extra: Frank Lloyd Wright Designed Home Raising Funds for Repairs
DNAinfo Chicago - November 6, 2014

Donations Pour in for Flood-Damaged Landmark Charnley-Persky House
DNAinfo Chicago - November 6, 2014

Grants, Donations Pour in to Restore Flood-Damaged Charnley-Persky House
DNAinfo Chicago - October 7, 2014

SAH Receives Grant to Restore Headquarters at Charnley-Persky House
Architect Magazine - October 2, 2014

Flood Damages Landmark Charnley-Persky House, Designed by Sullivan, Wright
DNAinfo Chicago - August 20, 2014

Around New England: An Architectural Journey Through Vermont 
Boston.com - May 8, 2014

The Society of Architectural Historians Selects 6 for Publication Awards
Arch Daily - May 4, 2014

Architecture Off the Page: Buildings of Texas 
D Magazine - April 30, 2014

A History of Vermont through Architecture
Barton Chronicle - April 25, 2014

Slayton: Vermont Buildings
Vermont Public Radio (VPR) - April 21, 2014

“Unfinished Spaces” Wins SAH Award for Film and Video
ArchDaily - April 19, 2014

“Unfinished Spaces” Documentary Receives 2014 SAH Award for Film and Video
Archinect - April 18, 2014

The World's Architectural Historians Come to Austin: What's the Buzz?
Austin Business Journal - March 27, 2014

Architectural Historians' Event Ends with an Accent on 'Wonderful' 
The Buffalo News - April 14, 2013

Visitors Help Us Appreciate What We Have
The Buffalo News - April 11, 2013

In Buffalo, Historians Like Not Only the Architecture, but Also the Attitude
The Buffalo News - April 10, 2013

TV Show of the Day: '10 Buildings That Changed America'
Atlantic Cities - March 28, 2013

Architectural Historians to Converge in Buffalo at Annual Conference Next Month
Buffalo Rising - March 27, 2013

Architectural Historians Worldwide to Explore Buffalo During Annual Society Meeting
University at Buffalo - March 26, 2013

Newsmaker: Philip J. Enquist RECORD Chats with SOM’s Partner in Charge of Urban Design and Planning About the Firm’s Master Plan for the Great Lakes
Architectural Record - October 25, 2012

About the Executive Director

Pauline Saliga joined SAH as executive director in 1995, just as the Society was preparing to move its national headquarters from Philadelphia to the Charnley-Persky House in Chicago. Saliga, who holds a Master’s degree in art history and museum administration from the University of Michigan, was associate curator of architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago from 1981 to 1995.

While at the Art Institute, Saliga organized numerous exhibitions and catalogues focusing on 19
th- and 20th-century architecture in America and Europe, including Fragments of Chicago’s Past; Building in a New Spain; Contemporary Spanish Architecture; and Design for the Continuous Present: The Architecture of Bruce Goff, 1904-1982. 

Saliga’s other publications include 
The Sky’s the Limit: A Century of Chicago Skyscrapers and many museum catalogues that she oversaw when she was a curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago from 1977 to 1981. Currently, Saliga is researching the history of Japanese garden design in North America, and she has an avid interest in the history of industrial design. psaliga@sah.org  

Photos Galleries

Please contact Helena Karabatsos at hkarabatsos@sah.org for photo permissions/credits.

SAH 67th Annual Conference in Austin (April 9-13, 2014)
Photos by Cris DeWitt


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Charnley-Persky House
Photos by David Schalliol