ARRIS:  JOURNAL OF SESAH

Past Issues:  Covers and Contents

A selection of past issues of Arris is available digitally as full text, through subscription, from Gale Academic Onefile, EBSCO, and Hathi Trust. For those who do not have this means of access, the contents of past issues is provided here. Upon request, SESAH will email a PDF of an article. Contact info@sesah.org.

Vol 30 (2019)
Vol 29 (2018)
Vol 28 (2017)
Vol 27 (2016)
Vol 26 (2015)
Vol 25 (2014)
Vol 24 (2013)
Vol 23 (2012)
Vol 22 (2011)
Vol 21 (2010)
Vol 20 (2009)
Vol 19 (2008)
Vol 18 (2007)
Vol 17 (2006)
Vol 16 (2005)
Vol 15 (2004)
Vol 14 (2003)
Vol 13 (2002)
Vol 12 (2001)
Vol 11 (2000)
Vol 10 (1999)
Vol 9 (1998)
Vol 8 (1997)
Vol 7 (1996)
Vol 6 (1995)
Vol 5 (1994)
Vol 4 (1993)
Vol 3 (1992)
Vol 2 (1991)
Vol 1 (1989)

Volume 30 (2019)

In Memoriam

Michael Fazio (1943–2020)
JENNIFER BAUGHN, MICHAEL BERK, AND MARK REINBERGER

Editor’s Note

MARK REINBERGER

Essay

My Strange Encounter with Basic Design
MICHAEL FAZIO

Articles

Croxton at Kings Mountain: Implementation and Elaboration of the National Park Service Aesthetic
CARTER HUDGINS, AMALIA LEIFESTE, AND BRITTANY LAVELLE TULLA

Waluhaje: A Haven unto Its Own
MARTHA TEALL

The Forgotten Modernism of James William Oglesby III
MASON TOMS

Book Reviews

Camille Wells. Material Witnesses: Domestic Architecture and Plantation Landscapes in Early Virginia.Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2018.
REVIEWED BY BARBARA BURLISON MOONEY

Daniel J. Vivian. A New Plantation World: Sporting Estates in the South Carolina Lowcountry, 1900–1940. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018.
REVIEWED BY MAXINE LUTZ

Native American Log Cabins in the Southeast. Edited by Gregory A. Waselkov. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2019.
REVIEWED BY TARA MITCHELL MIELNIK

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Volume 29 (2018)

In Memoriam

Gavin E. Townsend (1956–2018)
ROBBIE D. JONES

Articles

For Refuge and Resilience: The Storm Towers of the Santee Delta
BRENT R. FORTENBERRY

Postmodern Social Housing: Charles W. Moore’s Whitman Village
RICHARD W. HAYES

Book Reviews

Slavery in the City: Architecture and Landscapes in Urban Slavery in North America. Edited by Clifton Ellis and Rebecca Ginsburg. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2017.
REVIEWED BY CARTER L. HUDGINS

Stewards of Memory: The Past, Present, and Future of Historic Preservation at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Edited by Carol Borchert Cadou, with Luke J. Pecoraro and Thomas A. Reinhart. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2018.
REVIEWED BY ANNA NAU

Avigail Sachs. Environmental Design: Architecture, Politics, and Science in Postwar America. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2018.
REVIEWED BY ROBIN B. WILLIAMS

Field Notes

Havana, Cuba: A Survey of Architectural Preservation
DANA MOODY

Notes from the Road: Documenting Sites Listed in The Negro Motorist Green Book
ANNE E. BRUDER, SUSAN HELLMAN, AND CATHERINE W. ZIPF

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Volume 28 (2017)

Editors’ Note

Articles

Poplar Forest: A Most Palladian Villa
TRAVIS MCDONALD

Heritage and Identity in the Early Twentieth-Century Preservation of the San Antonio Missions
ANNA NAU

Kenneth Bentsen’s Pan American University: Regionalist Architecture and Identity in the Borderlands
STEPHEN JAMES

Book Reviews

Peter Dedek. The Cemeteries of New Orleans: A Cultural History. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2017.
REVIEWED BY LAURA EWEN BLOKKER

Jessica Joyce Christie, Jelena Bogdanovi, and Eulogio Guzmán. Political Landscapes of Capital Cities. Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 2016.
REVIEWED BY RICHARD CLEARY

Kathryn O’Rourke. Modern Architecture in Mexico City: History, Representation, and the Shaping of a Capital. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2016.
REVIEWED BY DANIEL DIAZ MONTERRUBIO

Field Notes

The Thesis Writer as Prosecuting Attorney: Observations on Critical Writing
ROBERT M. CRAIG

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Volume 27 (2016)

Editors’ Note

The Varied Fortunes of the British Merchant Exchange
MARK REINBERGER

Revolution or a Country of Transition: Community Planning as a New Profession in Decolonizing Ghana and Beyond
BURAK ERDIM

From Neighborhood Center to Educational Park: Visions of Shifting American Grade School Planning Ideals from the 1940s to the 1960s
FRED ESENWEIN

Book Reviews

Building the British Atlantic World: Spaces, Places, and Material Culture, 1600-1850, edited by Daniel Maudlin and Bernard L. Herman
REVIEWED BY LYDIA MATTICE BRANDT

Paul Niell, Urban Space as Heritage in Late Colonial Cuba: Classicism and Dissonance on the Plaza de Armas of Havana, 1754-1828
REVIEWED BY CLIFTON ELLIS

Karen Kingsley and Guy W. Carwile, The Modernist Architecture of Samuel G. and William B. Wiener: Shreveport, Louisiana, 1920-1960
REVIEWED BY CLEARY LARKIN

Field Notes

Race & Architectural History: An Appeal
NIYA BATES

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Volume 26 (2015)

Editors’ Note

Articles

Madness and Method in the Junkerhaus: The Creation and Reception of a Singular Residence in Modern Germany
MIKESCH MUECKE AND NATHANIEL ROBERT WALKER

Curtained Walls: Architectural Photography, the Farnsworth House, and the Opaque Discourse of Transparency
SARAH M. DRELLER

The “Monster Problem”: Texas Architects Try to Keep it Cool Before Air Conditioning
BETSY FREDERICK-ROTHWELL

Electrifying Entertainment: Social and Urban Modernization through Electricity in Savannah, Georgia
JESSICA ARCHER

Book Reviews

Cathleen Cummings, Decoding a Hindu Temple: Royalty and Religion in the Iconographic Program of the Virupaksha Temple, Pattadakal
REVIEWED BY DAVID EFURD

Reiko Hillyer, Designing Dixie: Tourism , Memory, and Urban Space in the New South
REVIEWED BY BARRY L. STIEFEL

Luis E. Carranza and Fernando L. Lara, Modern Architecture in Latin America: Art, Technology, and Utopia
REVIEWED BY RAFAEL LONGORIA

Field Notes

Preserving and Researching Modern Architecture Outside of the Canon: A View from the Field
LYDIA MATTICE BRANDT

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Volume 25 (2014)

Articles

Otto Koenigsberger and the Development of Tropical Architecture in India,1939-1951
VANDANA BAWEJA

Eruv: Transformation of an Urban Public Space to a Private Place for Spiritual Renewal
JODY ROSENBLATT NADERI and ANAT GEVA

Before the Gates: Exploring a Lost Urban Topos in Early Modern Spain
DAVID W. GOBEL

Howard Barnstone: Mid-Twentieth-Century Architecture in Houston and the Crises of American Liberalism
MICHELANGELO SABATINO and STEPHEN FOX

Book Reviews

Gerald Moorhead, Buildings of Texas: Central, South, and Gulf Coast
REVIEWED BY STEPHEN JAMES

Vladimir Kulić, Timothy Parker, and Monica Penick, editors, Sanctioning Modernism: Architecture and the Making of Postwar Identities
REVIEWED BY ANTONIO PETROV

Ronnie Self, The Architecture of Art Museums: A Decade of Design, 2000-2010
REVIEWED BY ERIC MICHAEL WOLF

Virginia Savage McAlester, A Field Guide to American Houses
REVIEWED BY ANNA MOD

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SESAH Officers & Directors

SESAH Contributing & Life Members

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Volume 24 (2013)

Articles

The “di Gieri” of Florence: Documentary Evidence for Two Fifteenth-Century Building Families
CHARLES R. MACK

“A Well-Paved City”: Variety, Locality, and Modernity in Paving Savannah’s Streets
ROBIN B. WILLIAMS

Measured Practice: Drawing a Barometer of Preservation Through the Historic American Buildings Survey
VIRGINIA PRICE

Chapel of the Cross: The Introduction of Ecclesiology in Mississippi
STEPHEN McNAIR

Book Reviews

Cary Carson and Carl Lounsbury, editors, The Chesapeake House: Architectural Investigation by Colonial Williamsburg
REVIEWED BY AVIGAIL SACHS

Dom Holdaway and Filippo Trentin, editors, Rome: Postmodern Narratives of a Cityscape
REVIEWED BY ANDREW RUFF

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Volume 23 (2012)

Articles

A Tangible Past: Plaster Casts in Nineteenth-Century British Architectural Education
KATHERINE WHEELER

Accounting for Lady Nugent’s Creole House
JUSTIN GREVING

The “Groundscraper”: Candilis-Josic-Woods and the Free University Building in Berlin, 1963-1973
DINA KRUNIC

Mass-Markered Modernism: Edward Durell Stone’s Collier’s House of 1936
CRISTINA CARBONE

Book Reviews

Anat Geva, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Sacred Architecture: Faith, Form, and Building Technology
DALE ALLEN GYURE

Ellen Weiss, Robert R. Taylor and Tuskegee: An African American Architect Designs for Booker T. Washington
CARTLEDGE W. BLACKWELL

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Volume 22 (2011)

In ARRIS 22

Articles

Eighteenth-Century Concerns for “Healthy Buildings” on the North Gulf Coast
PHILIPPE OSZUŚCIK

Building the Bird House: The National Zoological Park Takes Flight
VIRGINIA B. PRICE

S. J. Makielski: Designer of African American Schools for the Episcopal Church in the Rural South, 1930-1944
ERYN S. BRENNAN

“Where the Church Is, There is the Spirit of God’: Coptic Orthodox Architecture in the Southern United States
KELLEY STROUP

Book Reviews

Pamela Scott, Fortress of Finance: The United States Treasury Building
CHARLES L. ROSENBLUM

Dale Allen Gyure, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Florida Southern College
ROBBIE D. JONES

Zhongjie Lin, Kenzo Tange and the Metabolist Movement: Urban Utopias of Modern Japan
STEPHEN JAMES

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Volume 21 (2010)

In ARRIS 21

Articles

Mario Bianculli, Chattanooga’s First Modernist
GAVIN TOWNSEND

Frank Lloyd Wright, Darwin D. Martin, and the Whittier-Rosenwald School for Hampton Institute
JACK QUINAN

Empirical Analyses of Immigrants’ Churches across Locations: Historic Wendish Churches in Germany, Texas, and South Australia
ANAT GEVA AND JACOB MORRIS

Re-searching the Fairfax County Courthouse
DELOS D. HUGHES

Book Reviews

George Barnett Johnston, Drafting Culture: A Social History of Architectural Graphic Standards
LEE GRAY

Charles S. Aiken, William Faulkner and the Southern Landscape
SARA A. BUTLER

Michelangelo Sabatino, Pride in Modesty: Modernist Architecture and the Vernacular Tradition in Italy
PETER LANG

Louis P. Nelson, The Beauty of Holiness: Anglicanism & Architecture in Colonial South Carolina
TIMOTHY PARKER

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Awards of Excellence

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Volume 20 (2009)

In ARRIS 20

Articles

The Architecture of Hospitality at Torre de Palma, Portugal
SARAH P. MCNABB

Feminine Designs, Legal Estates: Elizabeth Allen and the Renovations to Bacon’s Castle
VIRGINIA B. PRICE

Building with Bousillage: Perpetuation of a Construction Tradition in Louisiana
LAURA EWEN BLOKKER

Charles B. Clarke’s Fagin Building: Aberration or Innovation?
BENJAMIN LEVI ROSS

Book Reviews

Cammy Brothers, Michelangelo, Drawing, and the Invention of Architecture
JULIA SMYTH-PINNEY

Kathryn E. Holliday, Leopold Eidlitz: Architecture and Idealism in the Gilded Age
PAUL SPRAGUE

Anthony Alofsin, When Buildings Speak: Architecture as Language in the Habsburg Empire and its Aftermath, 1867-1933
DOUGLAS KLAHR

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Volume 19 (2008)

In ARRIS 19

Articles

Geography, Politics, and the Courthouse Architecture of South Carolina and Virginia in the Early Republic
DELOS D HUGHES

Inventing an Icon: The Chattanooga Post Office and Courthouse in the 1930s
SARA A. BUTLER

An Acre of Entertainment for the Entire Community: Rapp & Rapp’s Paramount Theatre in Charlottesville, Virginia
JASON TIPPECONNIC FOX

Book Reviews

Maurie D. Mclnnis, The Politics of Taste in Antebellum Charleston
CATHERINE W ZIPF

Abigail A. Van Slyck, A Manufactured Wilderness: Summer Camps and the Shaping of American Youth, 1890-1960
KERRY DEAN CARSO

Witold Rybczynski and Laurie Olin, Vizcaya. An American Villa and Its Makers
KATHERINE J WHEELER

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Volume 18 (2007)

Articles

Educating the Moral Scientist: The Chapels at I.I.T. and M.I.T.
MARGARET M. GRUBIAK

Fiske Kimball and the University of Virginia Architecture Program in the 1920s
MARIE FRANK

From Industrial Wasteland to Cultural Quarter: The Importance of Partnership in the Integration of Art into the Built Environment
ROBERT McGILVRAY

Atlanta and Collective Memory: The Legacy of the 1996 Olympic Aquatic Center
JENNIFER ADAMS

Monuments of Passage: Roman North Africa and an Emperor on the Move
JAMES F. D. FRAKES

Book Reviews

Michael W. Fazio and Patrick A. Snadon, The Domestic Architecture of Benjamin Henry Latrobe
BARBARA BURLISON MOONEY

Carol A. Hrvol Flores, Owen Jones: Design, Ornament, Architecture and Theory in an Age in Transition
KEVIN D. MURPHY

Mary S. Hoffschwelle, The Rosenwald Schools of the American South
JENNIFER V. OPAGER BAUGHN

Abstracts, ARRIS, Volume Eighteen

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Volume 17 (2006)

Articles

Getting Paid: Borromini, Billing Disputes, and Building Delays at Rome’s Sapienza Palace
JULIA M. SMYTH-PINNEY

The Inflected Modernism of O’Neil Ford in Denton and San Antonio
NORA LAOS

Two by Ames: Encounters with History and the Modern Aesthetic
ROBERT M. CRAIG

Architecture and Terror in a Historical Perspective: The Role of Impediment and Deterrence
GALl ZILBERSHTEIN

Book Reviews

Elizabeth Meredith Dowling, New Classicism: The Rebirth ofTraditional Architecture
JEFF TILMAN

Sarah Williams Goldhagen, Louis Kahn’s Situated Modernism
IRENE E. AYAD

Pierce F. Lewis, New Orleans: the Making of an Urban Landscape, Second Edition
MARY RUFFIN HANBURY

Abstracts, ARRIS, Volume Seventeen

ARRIS, Information for Contributors

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Volume 16 (2005)

Articles

Conservation, Erasure, and Intervention: Rome’s Ancient Heritage and the History of SS. Cosma e Damiano
GREGOR KALAS

Jacob Knor: Cultural Interchange in Eighteenth-Century Germantown, Pennsylvania
MARK E. REINBERGER

Brick-Making and the Production of Place at the Tuskegee Institute
DONALD E. ARMSTRONG, JR.

Education, Segregation, and Modernization: Mississippi’s School Equalization Building Program, 1946-1961
JENNIFER V. OPAGER BAUGHN

Donald Barthelme: Architecture and the Road to La Mancha
STEPHEN JAMES

Before the Big Dig: Boston’s Central Artery as a Construct of Mid-Century Modernity
AMY D. FINSTEIN

Book Reviews

Christopher Domin and Joseph King, Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses
CATHERINE W. ZIPF

Robert M. Craig, Bernard Maybeck at Principia College: The Art and Craft of Building
PAMELA H. SIMPSON

Catherine W. Bishir, Michael T. Southern, and Jennifer F. Martin. A three-volume guide to historic architecture of North Carolina. The Richard Hampton Jenrette Series in Architecture and the Decorative Arts
DAVES ROSSELL

Contributors to ARRIS, Volume Sixteen

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Volume 15 (2004)

Articles

The Courthouses of Buckingham County: Jefferson and Beyond
DELOS D. HUGHES

Vernacular Hospitality in the Carolinas: The Tidewater Cottage and the Preacher Room
RUTH LITTLE

(re)Framing Rapid Modernities: American Historians of Iranian Architecture, Phyllis Ackerman and Arthur Pope
TALINN GRIGOR

Louis Sullivan’s Mid-Life Crisis: 1890-1910
PAUL SPRAGUE

Formalism as Politics: Colin Rowe’s Modernism in White + Gray
RONN M. DANIEL

Book Review

Elsbeth K. Gordon, Florida’s Colonial Architectural Heritage
PAMELA H. SIMPSON

Contributors to ARRIS, Volume Fifteen

ARRIS, Information for Contributors

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Volume 14 (2003)

Articles

Turn-of-the-Century Midwestern Corn Festivals: Kiosks and Crop Art as American Icons
PAMELA H. SIMPSON

At Work in the Oak Park Studio
PAUL KRUTY

The Houses of Newmarket Plantation: Five Generations of Buildings in Virginia
JEFF TILMAN

Tales of the Sea: Meaning in Victorian Parlor Aquariums
MARILYN CASTO

Book Review

John M. Bryan, Robert Mills: America’s First Architect
MARIAN MOFFETT

Contributors to ARRIS, Volume Fourteen

Resolution

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Volume 13 (2002)

Articles

SESAH–The First 20 Years: A History and Reminiscence
ROBERT M. CRAIG

Just What the Medici Ordered: Gout, Spas, and Quattrocento Building
CHARLES R. MACK

Voorhees: Elizabeth Evelyn Wright’s “Small Tuskegee” and Black Education in the Post-Reconstruction South
ANGEL DAVID NIEVES

A New Chapter in the Life of Louis Sullivan: Margaret Hattabaugh Sullivan and Lester Sullivan
PAUL SPRAGUE

Babylon South: The Building of the Richmond Loew’s Theater and the Richmond Garage 1925-1928
THOMAS EARL LAROSE

Book Review

Sarah Shields Driggs, Richard Guy Wilson, and Robert P. Winthrop, Richmond’s Monument Avenue
ETHEL GOODSTEIN

Acknowledgements

Contributors to ARRIS, Volume Thirteen

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Volume 12 (2001)

Articles

The Façade of Public Philanthropy: A Typological Study of the Tuscan Loggias of Charity
WILLIAM R. LEVIN

Fictive Spaces for Monastic Places, Art and Architecture in Fifteenth-Century Florence
CHARLES R. MACK

Virginia By Design: The Making of Tuckahoe and the Remaking of Monticello
CAMILLE WELLS

A “Child World” and a “People’s Clubhouse”: School Architecture and the Work-Study-Play System in Gary, Indiana, 1907-1930
DALE ALLEN GYURE

Beaux-Arts Meets Southern Industry: The Coca-Cola Bottling Plants of Francis Palmer Smith
ROBERT M. CRAIG

Book Review

Marilyn Casto, Actors, Audiences, and Historic Theaters of Kentucky
ETHEL GOODSTEIN

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Volume 11 (2000)

Articles

So Many Fingers in a Virginia Pie: Collaborative Design and the Making of Bremo
JENNIFER MAUSS

Bremo Recess and the Eclipse of Jefferson
HENRY K. SHARP

Nathan Clifford Ricker: Translator and Educator
CHRISTOPHER J. QUINN

A National Landmark, a Local Story: Fallingwater in the Vernacular Landscape
BRIAN GREGORY

Taj Mahal on a Cul de Sac: Concrete Blocks, Carports and Architectural Appropriation
MATTHEW ROBINSON

Book Reviews

Pamela H. Simpson, Cheap, Quick, and Easy: Imitative Architectural Materials, 1870-1930
JOHN SCHNORRENBERG

Thomas W. Hanchett, Sorting Out the New South City: Race, Class, and Urban Development in Charlotte, 1875-1975
ETHEL GOODSTEIN

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Volume 10 (1999)

1998 SESAH AWARDS

Articles

Robert Mills’ City Hall for Richmond, 1816-1818
SELDEN RICHARDSON

Training in Tradition: The University of Virginia’s Architecture of Athletics
DENIS McNAMARA

A Useful History in Paint: New Deal Murals for Washington’s Procurement Building
SARA A. BUTLER

William Lawrence Bottomley in West Virginia
S. ALLEN CHAMBERS, JR.

Book Review

Jonathan Poston, The Buildings of Charleston. A Guide to the City’s Architecture
CARL LOUNSBURY

Contributors

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

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Volume 9 (1998)

1998 SESAH AUTHOR AWARDS AND BOOK AWARD

Articles

The Representational Qualities of Renaissance Cartoons
KENDRA SCHANK SMITH

Belmont: The Bourgeois Villa in Eighteenth Century Philadelphia
MARK REINBERGER

The Odyssey of an Obelisk: From Aswan to the Vatican
DANIEL F. MacGILVRAY

Book Review

Catherine Bishir and Michael T. Southern. A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Eastern North Carolina. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1966; reviewed by Pamela Simpson.

MacGilvray Resolution

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

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Volume 8 (1997)

1996 SESAH Author Award

Articles

Planning a “Temple to the Lost Cause”: The Confederate Memorial Institute and the Design Competition of 1910
WILLIAM RASMUSSEN

A Transitional Plantation House in Louisiana Architecture
WILLIAM D. REEVES

The T. W. Samuels Distillery: Industrial Architecture and Aesthetics in the Upland South
ROY MALCOLM PORTER, JR. and DAVID H. HALL

“Building a Courthouse in Fincastle,” A Footnote to Jefferson Studies
DELOS D. HUGHES

Book Review

T. A. Marder, Bernini’s Scala Regia at the Vatican Palace
JEFF SHANNON

Other

ARRIS Index: Volumes One through Seven

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

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Volume 7 (1996)

1995 SESAH Author Awards and Book Award

Articles

The Parthenon’s Upward Curvature
DAVID C. LEWIS

Adolf Loos and Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Common Bond of Sprachkritik
CYNTHIA JARA

Don’t Get Out: The Automobile’s Impact on Five Building Types in Los Angeles, 1921-1941
RICHARD LONGSTRETH

Book Reviews

Thomas S. Marvel, Antonin Nechodoma, Architect, 1877-1928: The Prairie School in the Caribbean, Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 1994, 220 pp., 194 b&w illus.; Edward E. Crain, Historic Architecture in the Caribbean Islands, Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 1994, 256 pp., 450 b&w illus., 60 color plates; and Nicholas N. Patricios, Building Marvelous Miami, Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 1994, 325 pp., 253 b&w illus.; reviewed by Lee Edward Gray.

Carl R. Lounsbury, ed., An Illustrated Glossary of Early Southern Architecture and Landscape, New York: Oxford University Press, 1994, xiv + 430 pp., illus.; reviewed by Delos D. Hughes.

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Volume 6 (1995)

1994 SESAH Author Awards and Book Award

Articles

Afton Villa: Elegaic Postmortem for a Lost Louisiana Gothic Plantation House
PATRICK A. SNADON

Observations on Romanesque and Gothic Vault Construction
MALCOLM THURLBY

Classical Ideals and the Representation of Gender in the Woman’s Building of the World’s Columbian Exposition, 1893
ETHEL S. GOODSTEIN

Frank Forster and the French Provincial Revival in America
GAVIN TOWNSEND

Research Notes

Dating the Construction of Mulberry Plantation
DIANE D. GREER

Book Reviews

S. Allen Chambers, Jr., Poplar Forest and Thomas Jefferson, Forest, Va.: The Corporation for Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, 1993, xiii + 243 pp., 122 illus., reviewed by Delos D Hughes

AlA Guide to the Architecture of Atlanta, Athens, Ga.: The University of Georgia Press, 1993, xxxi + 365 pp., reviewed by Murray Smart Jr.

Robert M. Craig, Atlanta Architecture–Art Deco to Modern Classic, 1929-1959, Gretna, La.: Pelican Press, 1995, 160 pp., 140 b&w illus., 26 color plates, reviewed by Murray Smart Jr.

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Volume 5 (1994)

1993 SESAH Author Awards and Book Award

Articles

“A Wholesome Environment through Plain, Direct Means”: The Planning of Norris by the Tennessee Valley Authority
WILLIAM H. JORDY

Manufactured Housing: The TVA Experience
MARIAN MOFFETT

Borromini’s S. Ivo: Perception and Plans
JULIA SMYTH-PINNEY

Book Reviews

Jay C. Henry, Architecture in Texas 1895-1945, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1993, 382 pp., 380 b&w photos, 17 line drawings, reviewed by John C. Ferguson

Marian Moffett and Lawrence Wodehouse, East Tennessee Cantilever Barns, Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1993, xvi + 141 pp., b&w photos, line drawings, reviewed by Ian Banner

Pamela Scott and Antoinette J. Lee, Buildings of the District of Columbia, a volume in the Society of Architectural Historians’ Buildings of the United States series, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993, xvi + 463 pp., 360 illus., reviewed by Michael W. Fazio

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Volume 4 (1993)

1992 SESAH Book Award and Author Awards

Notes From the Editor

Articles

The Charlotte County Courthouse: Attribution and Misattribution in Jefferson Studies
DELOS HUGHES

Walter Gropius, Emigré Architect: The Persistence of Typeforms
LESLIE HUMM CORMIER

Designing by the Book: A Case Study in Architectural Decision-Making
VICKI INGHAM

Reflections on the Rational and the Sensual in the Work of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
RANDALL OTT

Research Notes

Jefferson’s President’s House: New Evidence on Design and Drafting Techniques
CHRISTINA HOUGH WILSON

Book Reviews

Charles E. Brownell et al., The Making of Virginia Architecture; Louise Joyner et al., Palladio in Alabama; Michael W. Fazio et al., Overstreet & Overstreet, A Legacy in Architecture; reviewed by Mark Reinberger

Southern Architectural Biography Comes of Age: A Survey of Monographs, with Brief Reviews of Mary Carolyn Hollers George, O’Neil Ford, Architect; Robert Adams Ivy, Jr., Fay Jones; reviewed by Robert Gamble

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Volume 3 (1992)

Awards

Articles

The Landscape and Architecture of Longwood: A Romantic Exercise in Hubris
HAROLD COOLEDGE

Windows, Closets, Taxes, and Indians: Architectural Legends and Myths
PAMELA SIMPSON

The Tudor Houses of the Prairie School
GAVIN TOWNSEND

Book Reviews

Catherine W. Bishir, North Carolina Architecture; Catherine W. Bishir, Charlotte V. Brown, Carl R. Lounsbury, and Ernest H. Wood, Architects and Builders in North Carolina: A History of the Practice of Building, reviewed by Philippe Oszuscik

Catherine W. Bishir, North Carolina Architecture, reviewed by William Morgan

Abstracts From the 1991 Annual Meeting

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Volume 2 (1991)

Articles

Robert R. Taylor of Tuskegee: An Early Black American Architect
ELLEN WEISS

Government Projects in British Pensacola and Their Impact Upon the Southeast
PHILIPPE OSZUSCIK

The Mark of the Builder: Rafael Guastavino’s Masonry in Asheville, North Carolina
ANN S. FOWLER

Book Reviews

Elizabeth Meredith Dowling, American Classicist: The Architecture of Philip Trammell Shutze, reviewed by LELAND ROTH

Walter L. Creese, TVA’s Public Planning: The Vision, The Reality, reviewed by DAVID SPAETH

Robert Craycroft, The Neshoba County Fair: Place and Paradox in Mississippi, reviewed by MARIAN MOFFETT

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Volume 1 (1989)

Articles

Looking to the Future: The Architecture of Roland Wank
MARIAN MOFFETT

A Baroque Architectural Text: The Architettura Civile of Guarino Guarini
ELISABETH L. FLYNN

The Planned Capital: A Universal Planning Phenomenon in the Deep South
MICHAEL FAZIO

Houses by Alfred and Jane Clauss in Knoxville, Tennessee
LAWRENCE WODEHOUSE

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