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SAH Affiliate Groups

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SAH Affiliate Groups are a type of special interest body comprised of SAH members who share a common, narrowly defined interest, scholarly or otherwise. Members of SAH Affiliate Groups meet in person or remotely to pursue their common interest and may request space at the SAH Annual International Conference to hold a meeting or roundtable to discuss current issues that may be of interest to the larger SAH membership. SAH membership is required to join an Affiliate Group.

JOIN AN AFFILIATE GROUP

 

SAH Climate Change and Architectural History Affiliate Group

This group will explore the impact of the climate crisis on the methods and narratives used to write architectural history, as well as the role architecture has played in shaping the current crisis. The group will also focus on climate justice—the ways in which inequities and instabilities produced by climate change are distributed, often with the heaviest impacts on the most vulnerable.

Co-Chairs:
Dalal Musaed Alsayer, Kuwait University
Daniel A. Barber, University of Pennsylvania
Joy Knoblauch, University of Michigan

Founding Members:
Peter Christensen, University of Rochester
Isabelle Doucet, Chalmers University
Jennifer Ferng, University of Sydney
Emily Eliza Scott, University of Oregon
Sara Stevens, University of British Columbia

 

SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group

The mission of SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group is to provide a forum for collaborative scholarship and discussion, to document and advocate the international, national, and regional contributions of women to the built environment, and to advance and support research, publication, education, and exhibition initiatives on the subject, integrating professional standing of women in architecture with broader studies on leadership, identities, philosophies, and structures of power across borders and cultures.

Founding Members:
Anna P. Sokolina, International Archive of Women in Architecture
Annmarie Adams, McGill University
Kathryn E. O'Rourke, Trinity University
Rebecca Siefert, Governors State University
Margaret Birney Vickery, University of Massachusetts
Nathaniel Robert Walker, College of Charleston
Danielle S. Willkens, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

SAH Asian American Diasporic Architectural History Affiliate Group


The mission of the group is to build a sustainable intellectual community that supports ongoing research, teaching, and action projects in the interdisciplinary field of Asian American and Asian Diasporic Architectural History.

Chair:
Sean H. McPherson, Bridgewater State University

Founding Members:
Lynne Horiuchi, Independent Scholar
Arijit Sen, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

WATCH: Asian American Architecture: Mapping the Field and Its Futures (SAH 2020 Virtual Conference Roundtable)


SAH Historic Interiors Affiliate Group


The mission of the group is to gather people together to foster scholarly inquiry on the history of the interior within and beyond the SAH, supporting teachers, researchers, archivists, librarians, publisher and practitioners.

Founding Members:

Mark Hinchman, The University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Paula Lupkin, The University of North Texas
Anca I. Lasc, Pratt Institute


SAH Minority Scholars Affiliate Group


The mission of the group is to keep the Society of Architectural Historians engaged with issues affecting minority scholars in the profession, support the professional development of minority scholars, and provide a forum for minority scholars and allies to network.

Co-Chairs:
Itohan Osayimwese, Brown University
Lynne Horiuchi, Independent Scholar

Founding Members:

Jesús Escobar, Northwestern University
Charles Davis II, University at Buffalo


SAH Race and Architectural History Affiliate Group


The mission of the group is to promote the interdisciplinary study of race in architectural history through the organization of thematic roundtables, publication and teaching workshops, lectures and other such scholarly activities authorized by its membership.

Chair:
Charles Davis II, University at Buffalo

Associate Chair:

Maura Lucking, University of California, Los Angeles

Founding Members:

Itohan Osayimwese, Brown University
Jesús Escobar, Northwestern University
Lynne Horiuchi, Independent Scholar
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