Please join the Thomas Jefferson Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians for a panel discussion, “State of the Field: Architectural History at the University of Virginia.” This event will showcase the recent work of professors within the School of Architecture that are engaging in architectural history, as well as their thoughts and reflections regarding developments in the field that have inspired them. This event will reassert the relevance of architectural history within interdisciplinary studies as well as its continued potential to spark contemporary conversations in the field professionally, pedagogically, and academically. In this session, each speaker will introduce their topic of inquiry, leaving room for questions and dialog, in order to showcase the variety of interests within the department and A-School and to highlight the range of issues that are discussed within architectural history today.

Panelists include:
Sheila Crane,
Associate Professor and Chair, Architectural History; Director, Graduate Architectural History Program
Andy Johnston, 
Associate Professor and Director, Historic Preservation Program
Shiqiao Li, 
Weedon Professor in Asian Architecture and Director, PhD in the Constructed Environment Program
Louis Nelson,
Professor, Architectural History
Erin Putalik,
Assistant Professor, Architecture + Architectural History
Lisa Reilly, 
Professor and Director, Undergraduate Architectural History Program
Jessica Sewell,
Associate Professor, Urban + Environmental Planning

This event is hosted by Thomas Jefferson Society of Architectural Historians and moderated by TJSAH co-presidents Michelle Colbert and Samantha Sigmon.


SAH thanks The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
for its operating support.
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