It is a commonplace of two generations of scholarship about urban history that the center city has declined in the face of unending suburbanization. Andrew Sandoval-Strausz resoundingly contradicts this by arguing that recent changes in urban status call for a new urban history accounting for transnational population shifts and many […]
So many qualities combine to celebrate the work of Richard Longstreth. Beautifully composed pictures taken in 1965 share pages with others taken just a year or so ago. Secondary references encyclopedically chart the rise of movements in diverse fields, and are well balanced by primary research into archives and the […]
It is unusual that SESAH’s Award of Excellence for a Book honor a work on Native American architecture. In fact, it has never been done. This is likely because when such publications have appeared, they lean hard on the archeologically technical or the anthropologically social scientific. Carrie Dilley’s Thatched Roofs […]
2015 Best of the South Award Announced Established in 2006, SESAH’s annual Best of the South (BOTS): Preserving Southern Architecture Award honors a project that preserves or restores an historic building, or complex of buildings, in an outstanding manner and demonstrates excellence in research, technique, and documentation. This year, the […]
Please find below (and on our Annual Meeting page) an updated schedule for the upcoming SEASAH meeting in San Antonio. Some of the sessions have been moved, so please make sure to check your session again. Below is also a guide to writing conference papers for SESAH. You will notice that there are […]
Here is the updated, but not quite final, conference schedule for the upcoming annual SESAH meeting in San Antonio which is less than a month away! Any updates will be posted at SESAH.org as well. SESAHSanAntonio2015Schedule
The latest SESAH Newsletter with updated information for the Annual Meeting in San Antonio is now live on our Newsletter page. Also, if you have not registered yet for the event, do so now by going to the 2015 Annual Meeting page to download the registration sheet.
Here’s the link to the latest SESAH Newsletter, Summer 2015. Get it while it’s fresh! With useful information about this year’s Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX (October 14-17).
The registration form for our 2015 Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas is now online on the Conference page. There you can also download forms for our Emerging Professional Scholarship and the Graduate Student Travel Grant. Looking forward to seeing you in Texas!
The Call for Papers for the SESAH Annual Meeting has been extended to June 1. See the updated CFP: SESAH_2015_CallforPapersNew
SESAH 2015 Annual Meeting San Antonio, Texas October 14-17 San Antonio is a city with a rich and diverse architectural heritage. Born of a confluence of Native American, Spanish colonial, Mexican, German and Southern cultures, it is a quintessential “melting pot” American city in the heart of Texas. This diversity […]
During the 2014 SESAH Annual Meeting in Fayetteville, Arkansas, several awards were given out. Please go to the Awards page for more details…
2014 BEST OF THE SOUTH PRESERVING SOUTHERN ARCHITECTURE AWARD The Best of the South: Preserving Southern Architecture Award was first presented in 2006 (read more…). The 2014 Award goes to the Charnley-Norwood House, Ocean Springs, Mississippi. The restoration of the historic Charnley-Norwood House in the wake of Hurricane Katrina represents the […]
Just a note that the early-bird registration deadline for the 2014 SESAH Annual Meeting in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is coming up on September 29. Make sure to postmark your registration form by that date, and you’re in. The registration form is available for download here…
Updated information for the 2014 SESAH Annual Conference is now available under Annual Meetings. Look there for pdfs of a conference newsletter with an introduction and summary schedule, a conference registration form, and a list of paper sessions.
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