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Brian Goldstein Awarded NEH Grant for Monograph on Architect J. Max Bond Jr.

by SAH News | Sep 05, 2023
SAH member Brian Goldstein was awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for his book project, The Life and Work of Architect J. Max Bond, Jr. (1935–2009). The grant will support his research and writing of the book, which is about the life and work of architect J. Max Bond Jr. (1935–2009), a prominent African American architect who made contributions to civil rights and modernism.

Goldstein is an associate professor in the Art History department at Swarthmore College and has been a member of SAH since 2015. He was the recipient of the 2015 SAH/Mellon Author Award for his book, The Roots of Urban Renaissance: Gentrification and the Struggle Over Harlem (Harvard University Press, 2017). He co-chaired the session "Designing while Black" at the SAH 2023 Annual International Conference and is co-chairing the session "Nuclear Modernism and the Modern Southwest" at the SAH 2024 conference in Albuquerque.

View the full list of NEH grantees here.

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