- Pauline Saliga started the topic Precarious Bodies: Presence and Absence in Henry Green’s Party Going and Nothing in the forums: SAH Climate Change and Architectural History Affiliate Group, Teaching Resources, SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group, SAH Minority Scholars Affiliate Group, SAH Historic Interiors Affiliate Group, SAH Community, SAH Architectural Studies Affiliate Group.
The Temple Hoyne Buell Center announces a new Tool Kit for teaching about green reconstruction:
- Pauline Saliga started the topic Humanising The Prison Walls in the forums: SAH Minority Scholars Affiliate Group, SAH Community.
ACHP Welcomes New Director of the Office of Native American Affairs WASHINGTON, D.C. —
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) Acting Executive Director Reid Nelson announced Ira Matt is the new director of the Office of Native American Affairs (ONAA). Ira previously served as senior program analyst in ONAA. “We are excited to have Ira a…[Read more]
- Pauline Saliga started the topic An invitation to join a MarineLives sponsored open-source historical mapping community group on the Humanities Commons collaboration platform in the forums: SAH Community, Teaching Resources, SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group, SAH Minority Scholars Affiliate Group, SAH Historic Interiors Affiliate Group, SAH Climate Change and Architectural History Affiliate Group, SAH Architectural Studies Affiliate Group, Buddhist Architecture, Architecture of East Asia.
Last week SAH signed an urgent appeal for Afghanistan’s scholars, students, practitioners, civil society leaders and activists.
The Society of Architectural Historians has signed a letter that Scholars at Risk (SAR), in partnership with 40 higher education institutions, associations and networks, and over 1,000 professionals and students…[Read more]
If you can help this researcher, please reach out to him directly. Thank you!
I wish to broaden my knowledge about Marya Lilien-Czarnecka (1900–1998). She was born in Lviv and received her MA in architecture from Lviv Polytechnic University in 1931, and became the first woman apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright. On her apprenticeship term, a vi…[Read more]
Pauline Saliga started the topic New Women Who Built Illinois database announced today in the discussion SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group on SAH Commons 1 year ago
MEDIA CONTACT:Kaitlyn McAvoyCommunications Manager, Landmarks Illinois312firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 18, 2021
New Landmarks Illinois database highlights over 100 women who built Illinois CHICAGO – Landmarks Illinois has published an online database, Women Who Built Illinois, which includes information on over 100…[Read more]
- Pauline Saliga started the topic The use of QGIS in historical mapping in the forums: SAH Historic Interiors Affiliate Group, SAH Community.
By Shawn Henderson, with Mayer Rus | Photographs by Stephen Kent Johnson
October 26, 2021 Hardcover
Shawn Henderson is the first monograph from the highly sought-after designer renowned for creating serene and sophisticated interiors. Heavily illustrated, this new book collects fourteen stunning projects including city to…[Read more]
Pauline Saliga started the topic Women in Preservation Workshop by Sarah Marson April 5, 2021 in the discussion SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group on SAH Commons 1 year, 4 months ago
For your info, I’m sharing a link to the Women in Preservation symposium. Thanks to independent scholar and activist, Sarah Marson for sharing. https://nscda.org/wips2021/?fbclid=IwAR32H-qSl_yOLbEaTN6ouYWgck8WuyWC3HDLlDynmlJS7gaeV3G6d-njYGs
Today SAH’s Director of Communications, Helena Dean, and I are introducing SAH Commons to the admins of six SAH Affiliate Groups. We’re very excited to provide a professional, non-commercial intellectual home for them. Stay tuned as they learn more about SAH Commons and begin to fully implement their groups and sites. It’s a new day at SAH!
Hi Everyone, We are very excited about launching SAH Commons and I hope to learn more about others’ research interests through the SAH Community discussion board. I’m Pauline Saliga, the Executive Director of SAH, and my background is in art and architectural history and museum curation. Some of you might know me from my days at the Museum of C…[Read more]
I am working with a creative team at the Society of Architectural Historians to transform SAH’s in-person annual conference–set for late April in Seattle–into a virtual conference. We’re all learning a lot about Zoom and other platforms. We’re also that working from home, due to COVID-19, isn’t as easy as it looks.
The Digital Humanities Japan ( http://dhjapan.org/ ) initiative is pleased to formally announce the launch of our website and its associated content. This includes a mailing list and a resource wiki. Our wiki contains (among other things):
- Scholars Directory – A submission form where you can list yourself a DH Japan scholar, in…
Paula Curtis replied to the topic "Teaching 'East Asian' DH" presentation at MLA, Thursday afternoon in the discussion East Asia DH on Humanities Commons 3 years, 9 months ago
This sounds great! If I end up out there I’ll try to attend!
I also admit I went “oh man, only 5 minutes?!” when I first read your post! I think it’s a great way to get them workshopping their ideas, though, especially to get more of a low-stakes presentation feel over a general class discussion about their progress. We do a digital pedagogy lightning talk series here at UM by graduate students and…[Read more]
Paula Curtis created the event The Japanese Association for Digital Humanities 2018 in the group Digital Humanities East Asia on Humanities Commons 4 years, 4 months ago
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