SAH Dissertation and Graduate Programs Lists Updated

by SAH News | Feb 14, 2018

SAH is in the process of updating and expanding our lists of dissertations and graduate programs in architectural history and related fields. The lists of dissertations completed and underway are updated but not comprehensive. As we move forward, the lists will include dissertations undertaken at institutions outside the US. The list of Graduate Programs in Architectural History and Related Fields includes programs in the history of art and architecture, historic preservation, urban planning, landscape architecture, as well as MArch and PhD degree programs in architecture. This list is being expanded to include graduate programs outside North America. The dissertation lists and graduate programs list will be updated on a quarterly basis, and are available on the Digital Resources and Graduate Student Resources pages on the SAH website.

Please email Catherine Boland Erkkila at if you would like to submit your dissertation title or a graduate program to the list.

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