Support the ongoing mission of the Society of Architectural Historians
It is with generous tax deductible donations and gifts, grants and membership support, that SAH is able to fulfill its mission of promoting the study, interpretation and conservation of architecture, design, landscapes and urbanism worldwide.
Annual Conference Fellowships
Each year SAH awards between twenty and thirty fellowships to enable speakers who are presenting papers to attend the Society's annual conference.
Study Tour Fellowships
The Society awards a single fellowship to a scholar who is a current full-time MA or PhD student or an emerging professional for each domestic and international study tour. The fellowship covers the single occupancy price of the tour package.
SAH partners with the National Park Service's Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) to offer a research fellowship to further study a specific nationally-significant building/site, or a broader architectural history topic that will inform future HABS documentation.
In a joint program with the Atheneuam of Philadelphia, the SAH offers a graduate student a fellowship to research some aspect of American architecture prior to 1860 that will be used in a forthcoming volume of the Buildings of the United States series.
Created in partnership with the University of Virginia Press, SAH Archipedia is an interactive, media-rich online encyclopedia of American architecture.
Buildings of the United States
A series of richly illustrated guidebooks to the architecture of the United States. Published University of Virginia Press.
Charnley-Persky House Restoration and Stewardship
In 2012 SAH will work with architect John Eifler to develop a sustainable restoration plan to for that addresses the immediate and long-term maintenance needs and usage of the Charnley-Persky House.
Join the Society
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Leave a Legacy
The SAH Legacy Circle is a group of people who have made promised estate gifts to the Society. Contact Pauline Saliga, the executive director, about estate planning.