- Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1984
- B.A., University of Illinois-Urbana, 1968
Research and Teaching Interests:
- Exportation of American reinforced concrete construction techniques to Japan in the 1920s
- The role of American construction companies in the development of modern Japanese architecture
- Architectural and social history of the American poorhouse
- The cultural meaning of Civil War military cemeteries
- The structural form of Luxembourger stone farmhouses in southeastern Wisconsin
- Standardized design of Depression Era park and conservation facilities
Art History Courses:
- ArtHist 103: History of Architecture
- ArtHist 482: Topics in Non-Western Art: Japanese Architecture
- ArtHist 760: The Bauhaus
- Arch 300 Arch History and Theory
- Arch 390/790 Survey of Non-Western Architecture
- Arch 550 Seminar: Building Types & Settings
- Arch 581 Law and Professional Practice
- AIA Wisconsin
- Society of Architectural Historians
- College Art Association
- Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation
- Association for Preservation Technology
- Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation?
Other Relevant Professional Activities:
- Preservation Consultant, Village of Barrington, IL; U.S. Forest Service/Nicolet National
Forest, Rhinelander, WI; Village of Western Springs, IL; City of Ranson, IL; Department
of Veterans Affairs, Milwaukee, WI 1988-2013
- Principle/Preservation Projects, Hubbanrd & Hubbard Architects, Chicago, IL 1982-1988
"Park Making Revisited: The Skokie Lagoons of the Cook County Forest Preserve,"
Proceedings, Intl. Conference on Monuments & Sites (ICOMOS), Montreal, 1993.
"Dollars for Design: A Case Study of Design Review in a Facade Rebate Program,"
Proceedings, International Symposium on Design Review, University of Cincinnati,
"Keeping the Record Straight," (Progressive Architecture, June, 1992).
"Instant History-Creating A History of Post-Modernism," Proceedings, Annual Meeting of
the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, 1988.
"Collecting Fees," (Progressive Architecture, September, 1990).