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Latest Issue: Volume 29, 2018
Size: 8.5 x 11
Bibliographic Information: ISSN: 1048-5945
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Table of Contents
Volume 29, 2018
Gavin Townsend (1956 – 2018)
Robbie D. Jones
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
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
Havana, Cuba: A Survey of Architectural Preservation
Notes from the Road: Documenting Sites Listed in The Negro Motorist Green Book
Anne Bruder, Susan Hellman, and Catherine Zipf