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2018

The Top 5 Most Popular SAH Blog Posts

by
SAH
| Jun 27, 2018
Since 2012, the SAH Blog has covered a variety of topics related to the history of the built environment. Articles have addressed issues concerning politics, preservation, and pedagogy, some have focused on the work of a specific architect or building types, and others have provided readers with useful resources. The blog has also housed the monthly reports of SAH's H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellows as they document their journeys around the world.

Below we share the top 5 most popular SAH Blog posts of all time.


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1. Confederate Monuments and Civic Values in the Wake of Charlottesville

 By Dell Upton, University of California, Los Angeles | Sep 13, 2017

 
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul 

2. Recent News on the Conversion into Mosques of Byzantine Churches in Turkey

By Veronica Kalas | Dec 12, 2013


  

3. Learning from Taksim Square: Architecture, State Power, and Public Space in Istanbul

By Heghnar Watenpaugh, University of California, Davis | Jun 11, 2013

  

4. Architectural History and Architectural Humanities

By Dianne Harris | Jun 23, 2014

  
Figure-8_Addis_Ababa

5. The New Flower: Addis Ababa and the Project of African Modernity

By Amber N. Wiley, 2013 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellow


What topics would you like to see covered on the blog? Let us know in the comments.

Leave a comment

2017


The Top 5 Most Popular SAH Blog Posts

By SAH
| Jun 27, 2018
Since 2012, the SAH Blog has covered a variety of topics related to the history of the built environment. Articles have addressed issues concerning politics, preservation, and pedagogy, some have focused on the work of a specific architect or building types, and others have provided readers with useful resources. The blog has also housed the monthly reports of SAH's H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellows as they document their journeys around the world.

Below we share the top 5 most popular SAH Blog posts of all time.


Upton-Fig-1-300px    

1. Confederate Monuments and Civic Values in the Wake of Charlottesville

 By Dell Upton, University of California, Los Angeles | Sep 13, 2017

 
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul 

2. Recent News on the Conversion into Mosques of Byzantine Churches in Turkey

By Veronica Kalas | Dec 12, 2013


  

3. Learning from Taksim Square: Architecture, State Power, and Public Space in Istanbul

By Heghnar Watenpaugh, University of California, Davis | Jun 11, 2013

  

4. Architectural History and Architectural Humanities

By Dianne Harris | Jun 23, 2014

  
Figure-8_Addis_Ababa

5. The New Flower: Addis Ababa and the Project of African Modernity

By Amber N. Wiley, 2013 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellow


What topics would you like to see covered on the blog? Let us know in the comments.

Leave a comment

2016


The Top 5 Most Popular SAH Blog Posts

By SAH
| Jun 27, 2018
Since 2012, the SAH Blog has covered a variety of topics related to the history of the built environment. Articles have addressed issues concerning politics, preservation, and pedagogy, some have focused on the work of a specific architect or building types, and others have provided readers with useful resources. The blog has also housed the monthly reports of SAH's H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellows as they document their journeys around the world.

Below we share the top 5 most popular SAH Blog posts of all time.


Upton-Fig-1-300px    

1. Confederate Monuments and Civic Values in the Wake of Charlottesville

 By Dell Upton, University of California, Los Angeles | Sep 13, 2017

 
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul 

2. Recent News on the Conversion into Mosques of Byzantine Churches in Turkey

By Veronica Kalas | Dec 12, 2013


  

3. Learning from Taksim Square: Architecture, State Power, and Public Space in Istanbul

By Heghnar Watenpaugh, University of California, Davis | Jun 11, 2013

  

4. Architectural History and Architectural Humanities

By Dianne Harris | Jun 23, 2014

  
Figure-8_Addis_Ababa

5. The New Flower: Addis Ababa and the Project of African Modernity

By Amber N. Wiley, 2013 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellow


What topics would you like to see covered on the blog? Let us know in the comments.

Leave a comment

2015


The Top 5 Most Popular SAH Blog Posts

By SAH
| Jun 27, 2018
Since 2012, the SAH Blog has covered a variety of topics related to the history of the built environment. Articles have addressed issues concerning politics, preservation, and pedagogy, some have focused on the work of a specific architect or building types, and others have provided readers with useful resources. The blog has also housed the monthly reports of SAH's H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellows as they document their journeys around the world.

Below we share the top 5 most popular SAH Blog posts of all time.


Upton-Fig-1-300px    

1. Confederate Monuments and Civic Values in the Wake of Charlottesville

 By Dell Upton, University of California, Los Angeles | Sep 13, 2017

 
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul 

2. Recent News on the Conversion into Mosques of Byzantine Churches in Turkey

By Veronica Kalas | Dec 12, 2013


  

3. Learning from Taksim Square: Architecture, State Power, and Public Space in Istanbul

By Heghnar Watenpaugh, University of California, Davis | Jun 11, 2013

  

4. Architectural History and Architectural Humanities

By Dianne Harris | Jun 23, 2014

  
Figure-8_Addis_Ababa

5. The New Flower: Addis Ababa and the Project of African Modernity

By Amber N. Wiley, 2013 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellow


What topics would you like to see covered on the blog? Let us know in the comments.

Leave a comment

2014

The Top 5 Most Popular SAH Blog Posts

By SAH
| Jun 27, 2018
Since 2012, the SAH Blog has covered a variety of topics related to the history of the built environment. Articles have addressed issues concerning politics, preservation, and pedagogy, some have focused on the work of a specific architect or building types, and others have provided readers with useful resources. The blog has also housed the monthly reports of SAH's H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellows as they document their journeys around the world.

Below we share the top 5 most popular SAH Blog posts of all time.


Upton-Fig-1-300px    

1. Confederate Monuments and Civic Values in the Wake of Charlottesville

 By Dell Upton, University of California, Los Angeles | Sep 13, 2017

 
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul 

2. Recent News on the Conversion into Mosques of Byzantine Churches in Turkey

By Veronica Kalas | Dec 12, 2013


  

3. Learning from Taksim Square: Architecture, State Power, and Public Space in Istanbul

By Heghnar Watenpaugh, University of California, Davis | Jun 11, 2013

  

4. Architectural History and Architectural Humanities

By Dianne Harris | Jun 23, 2014

  
Figure-8_Addis_Ababa

5. The New Flower: Addis Ababa and the Project of African Modernity

By Amber N. Wiley, 2013 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellow


What topics would you like to see covered on the blog? Let us know in the comments.

Leave a comment

2013

The Top 5 Most Popular SAH Blog Posts

by
SAH
| Jun 27, 2018
Since 2012, the SAH Blog has covered a variety of topics related to the history of the built environment. Articles have addressed issues concerning politics, preservation, and pedagogy, some have focused on the work of a specific architect or building types, and others have provided readers with useful resources. The blog has also housed the monthly reports of SAH's H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellows as they document their journeys around the world.

Below we share the top 5 most popular SAH Blog posts of all time.


Upton-Fig-1-300px    

1. Confederate Monuments and Civic Values in the Wake of Charlottesville

 By Dell Upton, University of California, Los Angeles | Sep 13, 2017

 
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul 

2. Recent News on the Conversion into Mosques of Byzantine Churches in Turkey

By Veronica Kalas | Dec 12, 2013


  

3. Learning from Taksim Square: Architecture, State Power, and Public Space in Istanbul

By Heghnar Watenpaugh, University of California, Davis | Jun 11, 2013

  

4. Architectural History and Architectural Humanities

By Dianne Harris | Jun 23, 2014

  
Figure-8_Addis_Ababa

5. The New Flower: Addis Ababa and the Project of African Modernity

By Amber N. Wiley, 2013 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellow


What topics would you like to see covered on the blog? Let us know in the comments.

Leave a comment

2012

The Top 5 Most Popular SAH Blog Posts

by
SAH
| Jun 27, 2018
Since 2012, the SAH Blog has covered a variety of topics related to the history of the built environment. Articles have addressed issues concerning politics, preservation, and pedagogy, some have focused on the work of a specific architect or building types, and others have provided readers with useful resources. The blog has also housed the monthly reports of SAH's H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellows as they document their journeys around the world.

Below we share the top 5 most popular SAH Blog posts of all time.


Upton-Fig-1-300px    

1. Confederate Monuments and Civic Values in the Wake of Charlottesville

 By Dell Upton, University of California, Los Angeles | Sep 13, 2017

 
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul 

2. Recent News on the Conversion into Mosques of Byzantine Churches in Turkey

By Veronica Kalas | Dec 12, 2013


  

3. Learning from Taksim Square: Architecture, State Power, and Public Space in Istanbul

By Heghnar Watenpaugh, University of California, Davis | Jun 11, 2013

  

4. Architectural History and Architectural Humanities

By Dianne Harris | Jun 23, 2014

  
Figure-8_Addis_Ababa

5. The New Flower: Addis Ababa and the Project of African Modernity

By Amber N. Wiley, 2013 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellow


What topics would you like to see covered on the blog? Let us know in the comments.

Leave a comment

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