Dr. Paula R. Lupkin
University of North Texas
Art History
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Education

PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1997.
Major: History of Art
Degree Specialization: Architectural History
Dissertation Title: "YMCA Architecture: Building Character in the American City, 1869-1929"
AB, Bryn Mawr College, 1989.
Major: Growth and Structure of Cities
Degree Specialization: History of Art, minor
Dissertation Title: "C.F.A. Voysey: Modern Architecture Revisited"

Professional Positions

Academic - Post-Secondary
Associate Professor, History of Art and Design, University of North Texas. (June 2019 – Present).
Assistant Professor, History of Art and Design, University of North Texas. (August 2012June 2019).
Affiliated Faculty, American Culture Studies Program, Washington University in St. Louis. (September 2000June 2010).
Affiliated Faculty, History of Art Department, Washington University in St. Louis. (September 1, 2007June 1, 2009).
Assistant Professor of Architectural History, School of Architecture, Washington University in St. Louis. (September 1, 2000June 1, 2009).
Visiting Assistant Professor of Architectural History, School of Architecture, Washington University in St. Louis. (September 1, 1999June 1, 2000).
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Illinois, Chicago. (January 1, 1999June 1, 1999).
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History, Colorado College. (September 1, 1998December 30, 1998).
Adjunct Instructor of Architectural History, Illinois Institute of Technology. (September 1, 1997June 1, 1998).
Visiting Instructor of Art History, Denison University. (September 1, 1996June 1, 1997).

Professional Memberships

founder and co-chair, Historic Interiors Affiliate Group of the Society of Architectural Historians. (April 2019 – Present).

Co-chair, SACRPH Biennial Conference, 2015, Society for American City and Regional Planning History. (2009 – Present).

Board of Directors 2013-2016, Editorial Board for Buildings and Landscapes (2015-2017), Bishir Prize Committee Chair (2016), Conference Program Committee member (2014-2015), Paul Buchanan Award Committee Member 2015-2016, Vernacular Architecture Forum. (2008 – Present).

College Art Association. (1993 – Present).

Brooks Traveling Fellowship Committee Member (2014-2015), Alice Davis Hitchcock Book Award Selection Committee Member (2010-2011), Society of Architectural Historians. (1990 – Present).

Development Activities Attended

Faculty Development Leave,""Progress toward Promotion: Completing “The Great Southwest” and Proposing “The Lager Landscape"," University of North Texas, Denton, TX, United States of America. (August 2021December 2022).

Faculty Fellowship,"Clements Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America," Clements Center for Southwestern Studies, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, United States of America. (20122013).

Teaching

Teaching Experience

University of North Texas
AEAH 4614, Art and Business, 1 course.
AEAH 4801, Topics in Art History, 3 courses.
AEAH 4812, Modernism and the Visual Arts 1890 1945, 1 course.
AEAH 4815, History of Interiors and Furniture II, 8 courses.
AEAH 4841, History of Interiors and Furniture I, 7 courses.
AEAH 4848, Art History Senior Seminar, 3 courses.
AEAH 5801, Topics in Art History, 12 courses.
AEAH 5813, Seminar in Twentieth and Twenty First Century Art, 2 courses.
AEAH 5845, Seminar in the History of Architecture and Design, 1 course.
AEAH 5849, Art History Research Project, 3 courses.
ART 1301, Honors Art Appreciation, 7 courses.
ART 5900, Special Problems, 8 courses.
ARTH 4815, History of Interiors and Furniture II, 2 courses.
ARTH 4841, History of Interiors and Furniture I, 1 course.
ARTH 5801, Topics in Art History, 2 courses.
ARTH 5817, Seminar in American Art, 1 course.

Directed Student Learning

Master's Thesis Committee Co-Chair,": Contemporary Queer Indigenous artists' (from the U.S. and Canada) portrait photography of identity as an intersectional critique of museum housing and education practices," Art History. (January 2022 – Present).

Master's Thesis Committee Member,"speechless and Complex Embodiment: Questions of accessibility and inclusion analyzed through the concept of embodiment in Critical Disability Studies, Art History, and Exhibition Studies," Art Education and Art History. (2020 – Present).

Master's Thesis Committee Member,"The Interactive Image of Oil in the Future Imaginary: Sinclair Oil Corporation’s Dinosaurs, 1963-4," Art Education and Art History. (September 2019 – Present).

Other,"Performing Translations: Rethinking Christian Wolff's Alternative Notation and His Creative Communities (1960-1968)," Music History, Theory and Ethnomusicology. (2015August 2022).

Master's Thesis Committee Member,"Exhibiting Progress: Educating through Selection and Display at The Society of Arts and Crafts Boston’s 1907 Exhibition," Art History. (April 2021).

Master's Thesis Committee Member,"Rewriting Cultural History: Casa Arabe," Art Education and Art History. (September 2019December 2020).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Studio Art. (October 20182020).

Master's Thesis Committee Member,""Retelling the Past: Ascribing the Soviet War Memorial in Berlin's Tiergarten to Post-Unification Narratives"," Art Education and Art History. (November 2018November 2019).

Master's Thesis Committee Member,""Li Beirut with Nostalgia: The Role of Art Institutions in the Reconstruction Area"," Art Education and Art History. (October 2018November 2019).

Dissertation Committee Member,""How Does it Feel to be Creative: A Phenomenological Investigation of the Creative Experience in Kinetic Places," Art Education and Art History. (2017).

Master's Thesis Committee Chair,""Moving Downtown: Nullifying Past Negative Perception with the Dallas Art District as Postmodern City Image"," Art Education and Art History. (September 2016May 2017).

Master's Thesis Committee Chair, Art Education and Art History. (December 2016).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (December 2016).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (December 2016).

Master's Thesis Committee Chair,""Semiconductors and Symbolism: Tom Stell's Ceramic Murals and the Story of Texas Instruments," Art Education and Art History. (May 2016).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (May 2016).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (May 2015).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (May 2015).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (December 2014).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (July 2014).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (May 2014).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (May 2014).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Art Education and Art History. (May 2014).

Research

Published Intellectual Contributions

Book
Lupkin, P. R., Sparke, P. (2018). Shaping the American Interior: Structures, Contexts, and Practices. (1st Edition), 328. New York: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Shaping-the-American-Interior-Structures-Contexts-and-Practices/Lupkin-Sparke/p/book/9781138697706
Lupkin, P. R. (2010). Manhood Factories: YMCA Architecture and the Making of Modern Urban Culture. Architecture, Landscape, and American Culture Series. 280. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/manhood-factories
Book Chapter
Lupkin, P. (2020). The Telegraphic Interior: Networking Space for Capital Flows in the 1920s. Interior Provocations: History, Theory, and Practice of Autonomous Interiors. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/telegraphic-interior-paula-lupkin/e/10.4324/9780367816544-15
Lupkin, P. R., (2018). "For Men By Men: Furnishing the YMCA". Shaping the American Interior: Structures, Contexts, and Practices, Paula Lupkin and Penny Sparke, eds. Routledge 2018. New York: Routledge.
Lupkin, P. R., Sparke, P. (2018). "Introduction". Shaping the American Interior: Structures, Contexts, and Practices, Paula Lupkin and Penny Sparke, eds. Routledge 2018. New York: Routledge.
Lupkin, P. R. (2004). "Chicago YMCA" and "Places of Assembly" essays for the Newberry Library's Encyclopedia of Chicago History.
Lupkin, P. R. (2001). contributor, Impressionism and Post-Impressionism at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Lupkin, P. R. (1997). Manhood Factories: Architecture, Business, and the Evolving Role of the YMCA, 1869-1915" in Men and Woman Adrift: The YMCA and YWCA in the City, 1869-1960.. Men and Woman Adrift: The YMCA and YWCA in the City, 1869-1960. New York, NY: New York University Press. https://nyupress.org/books/9780814755426/
Book Review
Lupkin, P. How the Working-Class Home became Modern, 1900-1940. Buildings & Landscapes: Journal of the Vernacular Architecture Forum. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Vernacular Architecture Forum/University of Minnesota Press.
Lupkin, P. R. (2019). review, "The Politics of Furniture: Identity, Diplomacy, and Persuasion in Post-War Interiors," Fredie Flore and Cammie McAtee, eds. (Routledge, 2017). Buildings & Landscapes: Journal of the Vernacular Architecture Forum. 26(2), 125-127.
Lupkin, P. R. review, "Tastemaker: Elizabeth Gordon, House Beautiful, and the Postwar American Home" by Monica Penick (Yale University Press, 2017). Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. 79(1), 126-127.
Lupkin, P. R. (2016). "A City for Children: Women, Architecture, and the Charitable Landscapes of Oakland, 1850-1950, by Marta Gutman". Buildings & Landscapes: Journal of the Vernacular Architecture Forum. 23(1), 103-105.
Lupkin, P. R. (2010). Book Review: On Architecture: Collected Reflections on a Century of Change, by Ada Louis Huxtable, Belles Lettres: A Literary Review.
Lupkin, P. R. (2009). book review, Masonic Temples: Freemasonry, Ritual Architecture, and Masculine Archetypes, by William D. Moore, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians.
Lupkin, P. R. (2003). book review, Making Men, Making Class: The YMCA and Workingmen, 1877-1920, American Historical Review.
Lupkin, P. R. (2000). At the End of the Century: One Hundred Years of Architecture exhibition review in The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians.
Lupkin, P. R. (1997). The American Country Club: its Origins and Development, by James Mayo in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians.
Journal Article
Lupkin, P. R. (2019). „Standard Vernacular“ – standardisierte Alltagsarchitektur. Standard Architecture, a special issue of ARCH+ Magazine. AUSGABE 233 : NORM-ARCHITEKTUR – VON DURAND ZU BIM(233), https://archplus.net/de/news/18372-standard-vernacular-standardisierte-alltagsarchitektur/. https://archplus.net/ausgabe/233
Lupkin, P. R. (2018). "The Wainwright Building: A Monument of St. Louis' Lager Landscape". Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. also reprinted in the JSAH Virtual Issue: Skyscrapers, in October 2019. 77(4), 428-447. http://jsah.ucpress.edu/content/77/4/428.full
Lupkin, P. R. (2013). "A Dallas Palimpsest: Layers of St. Louis at Commerce and Akard"in Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas. Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas. 24(2), 4-15. Dallas, Texas: Dallas Historical Society. https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth308998/?q=paula%20lupkin
Lupkin, P. R. (2009). "Auteur or Architectural Historian: Digitally Modeling the New York YMCA" in "Digital Crossroads: New Directions in 3D Architectural Modeling in the Humanities".
Lupkin, P. R. (2009). "Rethinking Region Along the Railroads".
Lupkin, P. R. (2002). "Regional Identity and the Cultural Capital of St. Louis" in Approach 02.
Lupkin, P. R. (1995). "A Temple of Practical Christianity: Chicago's YMCA Skyscraper".
Personal Essay
Lupkin, P. (2022). "High, Low, and Everything in Between".
Popular Press Article
Lupkin, P. R. (2010). "Same as it Ever Was: Rebranding the YMCA," University of Minnesota Press Blog, July 22, 2010 http://www.uminnpressblog.com/2010/07/same-as-it-ever-was-rebranding-ymca.html.

Presentations Given

Invited Talk

Lupkin, P. (Author & Presenter), Beyond the Hospital: Alternative Spaces of Health Promotion, Standards, Measurements, and the Design of Moral Health at the YMCA, Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain/IHR/Wellcome Collections, London, United Kingdom. (20212021).

Lupkin, P. (Author & Presenter), Lunch and Learn Lecture Series, The Wainwright Building: Lager Beer and the 1st Skyscraper, Osher Institute of Lifelong Learning, Denton, United States of America. (2020).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), Cowtown Cosmopolitan: Constructing a Cultural District for Fort Worth, Texas Christian University Silver Frogs Alumni Group, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, United States of America. (2018).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author), "From Missouri to Mexico: Railroads and Regional Architecture", University of Texas School of Architecture, Austin, Texas, United States of America. (2018).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), UC Berkeley Architectural History Colloquium: Cutting Edge Architectural History, “High, Low, and Everything in Between”, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California, United States of America. (2015).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), “A Lager Landscape: The Cultural Economy of Beer in the Great Southwest”, University of Wisconsin Department of Art History and Material Culture Program, Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America. (2015).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), World Records/Vernaculars of the Global Midwest: Buildings and Landscapes, Languages, Music and Song Conference, “Mining Data and Making Maps: Exploring the Great Southwest with the Geospatial Humanities”, Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures, the Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture and the Center for the Humanities, Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America. (2015).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), Modern Interiors Research Centre Tenth Anniversay Colloquium, "For Men, By Men: Building and Furnishing the YMCA", Kingston University, London, England, United Kingdom. (2014).

Keynote/Plenary Address

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), Facility Summit for Large YMCAs, "Changing Programs, Changing Buildings: The Evolving Architecture of YMCA Architecture", GRO Development, New York, NY, United States of America. (2016).

Lecture

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), South and Southwest: Region, Memory, and the Construction of Identity in 20th Century America", Escola da Cidade School of Architecture, Sao Paolo, Brazil, Brazil. (20182018).

Panel Presentation

Lupkin, P. R. (Discussant), Littman, W. (Moderator), 2023 Vernacular Architecture Forum Annual Meeting, Vernacular Methods and Analysis of Interior Space, Vernacular Architecture Forum, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States of America. (2023).

Lupkin, P. (Chair), Showcase: Graduate Work in the History of Interiors, Past Interiors of the Future: Celebrating New Directions in Graduate Study, Historic Interiors Affiliate Group (HIG) Society of Architectural Historians, Zoom Conference, United States of America. (20212021).

Lupkin, P. (Co-Chair), SAH Connects Virtual Programs, "What is an Historic Interior?", Historic Interiors Affiliate Group (HIG) of the Society of Architectural Historians, online via Zoom, United States of America. (2020).

Lupkin, P. R. (Coordinator/Organizer), Lasc, A. (Coordinator/Organizer), 2019 Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Future Endeavors: Publishing and Progress in the History of the Interior, Society of Architectural Historians, Providence, Rhode Island, United States of America. (2019).

Lupkin, P. R. (Panelist), O'Neil Ford: The Architect in his Works and Words, The Legacy of O'Neil Ford in Denton, UNT on the Square, Denton, Texas, United States of America. (2018).

Paper

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), 2023 Vernacular Architecture Forum Annual Meeting, "Room for Improvement: Interiors History and the VAF", Vernacular Architecture Forum, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States of America. (2023 – ).

Lupkin, P. (Author & Presenter), 2021 Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting, "Architecture, Interiors, and the Expanded Field", Society of Architectural Historians, Pittsburgh, United States of America. (20222022).

Lupkin, P. (Author & Presenter), 2021 Vernacular Architecture Forum Virtual Meeting, "A Symbol of Resistance: The Farmers' Alliance in Big D", Vernacular Architecture Forum, United States of America. (20202020).

Lupkin, P. (Author & Presenter), 2020 Annual Meeting, Society of Architectural Historians,, "Eureka Springs: Trains and the Development of Tourism as a Tool of Empire", Society of Architectural Historians, Seattle, Washington, United States of America. (2020).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author), 2019 Biennial Meeting of the Society of American City and Regional Planning Historians, Networked St. Louis: Geography, Morphology, and the Telegraph, Washington, D.C., United States of America. (2019).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), Chicago Design: History and Narratives, Questions and Methods, "Cornering Capital: The Board of Trade and the Federal Reserve at Jackson and LaSalle", Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. (2018).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), SAH 71st Annual International Conference, Beyond the Bank: Architecture, Infrastructure, and Financial Networks, Society of Architectural Historians, St. Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. (2018).

Lupkin, P. R. (Author & Presenter), 2nd Annual Interior Provocations Conference: Interiors Without Architecture, "Infrastructural Interiors: Designing for Telegraphy in the Early Twentieth Century", Pratt Institute, New York, NY, United States of America. (2018).

Professional Meeting Contribution

Lupkin, P. R. (Chair), 2022 Vernacular Architecture Forum Annual Meeting, Comments and Response to "Spaces of Civic Associationism", Vernacular Architecture Forum, San Antonio, Texas, United States of America. (20222022).

Scholarly Meeting Contribution

Lupkin, P. R. (Chair), 2024 Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting, Lost Interiors: Interpreting the Ephemeral, Society of Architectural Historians, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America. (2024 – ).

Lupkin, P. R. (Co-Chair), Lasca, A. (Co-Chair), Design Studies Forum/College Art Association Annual Meeting, "Design on Display: Staging Objects in the Museum and Beyond", Design Studies Form, Washington, D.C., United States of America. (2016).

Artistic and Professional Performances and Exhibits

Curatorial Work. Lupkin, P., "After Promontory," Paula Lupkin, , Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America. (October 2017April 2018).

Media Contributions

Internet
"The Society of Architectural Historians Announces Establishment of Interiors History Group, an affiliate society," Society of Architectural Historians. (December 10, 2019).
""Field Report: Paula Lupkin"," Edith O'Donnell Institute for Art History Newsletter. (January 2019).
"A Lager Landscape: The Cultural Economy of Beer in the Great Southwest," Field Guides to Food. (2018).
"CVAD Honors Art Appreciation: Public Sculpture in Denton," UNT College of Visual Arts and Design. (2017).
"Professor Paula Lupkin to present at Pratt Institute's Interiors Without Architecture symposium," UNT College of Visual Arts and Design. (2017).
"Assistant Professor Paula Lupkin's Presentation in Germany," UNT College of Visual Arts and Design. (2017).
"Paula Lupkin: Keynote Speaker at YMCA Facility Summit," UNT College of Visual Arts and Design. (2016).
"Dr. Paula Lupkin’s graduate seminar students engaging in archival work during a visit to the TWU Archives," UNT College of Visual Arts and Design. (2014).
"Professor Paula Lupkin speaks at the Dallas Architecture Forum," Dallas Architecture Forum. (March 2, 2014).
""Scholar Explores Vaudeville Circuits and Regional Architecture"," Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin. (September 2, 2012).
"Interview on new book, Manhood Factories: YMCA Architecture and the Making of Modern Urban Culture," Rorotoko: Cutting Edge Intellectual Interviews. (November 2, 2010).
Newspaper
"Extreme Makeover at the Y," Wall Street Journal. (November 17, 2021).
"O'Neil Ford get Spotlight in UNT on the Square Exhibit," Denton Record-Chronicle. (September 1, 2018).
"Lupkin cited as expert on the connections between architect in article and beer," Dallas Morning News. (May 2013).
"Paula Lupkin's research uncovers "ghost sign" in Deep Ellum," Dallas Morning News. (February 18, 2012).
"Lupkin interviewed as expert on YMCA architecture in article by Mary Beth Klatt, From Hotel to Home: The YMCA Becomes a Force in Affordable Housing"," Chicago Tribune. (August 3, 2003).
"Lupkin Speaks at David Dillon Symposium," Dallas Morning News. (April 19, 2003).
Other
"Paula Lupkin's scholarship on beer and skyscraper's featured in special issue of the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians," President's News Roundup. (2019).
TV
"Interview on Paula Lupkin's research on the connections between architecture and beer.," Bat of Minerva-Live Interview, April 19, 2011. (April 2011).

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Grant - Research
Lupkin, P., "Identifying an Emerging Field: History of Interiors and its Sources," Sponsored by UNT Office of Research and Economic Development, University of North Texas, $1000 Funded. (December 2020 – Present).
Lupkin, P., "The Networked Urban Landscape: Telegraphy and Rail Links in Downtown St. Louis," Sponsored by UNT Office of Research and Economic Development, University of North Texas, $1000 Funded. (May 1, 2019August 1, 2019).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), "The Telegraph in the Great Southwest: Research at the Smithsonian," Sponsored by UNT Office of Research and Economic Development, University of North Texas, $500 Funded. (May 2017August 2017).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), "UNT Junior Faculty Grant," Sponsored by University of North Texas, University of North Texas, $1000 Funded. (2014).
Grant - Teaching
Lupkin, P., "Neiman Marcus and the Texas Fashion Collection" Special Collections Coursework Grant," Sponsored by UNT Libraries, University of North Texas, $500 Funded. (September 2020 – Present).
Uncategorized
Lupkin, P. R. (Other), "Designing the Modern Interior: An International Research, Publication, and Pedagogy Collaboration," Sponsored by I-GRO Global Start-Up Grant, UNT, $5850. (20142015).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), ""The Great Southwest: Trade, Territory, and Regional Architecture," Sponsored by Clements Center for Southwestern Studies, Southern Methodist University, $40000. (20122013).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), ""The Great Southwest: Trade, Territory, and Regional Architecture"," Sponsored by UCLA/NEH Summer Institute, $3000. (20122012).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), ""The Great Southwest: Trade, Territory and Regional Architecture," Sponsored by Graham Foundation for Advanced Study in the Fine Arts, $7500. (20102012).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), ""The Great Southwest: Trade Territory and Regional Architecture"," Sponsored by Institute for Advanced Study, University of Minnesota (declined), $30000. (20112011).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), "The Great Southwest: Trade, Territory and Regional Architecture," Sponsored by Ransom Center, UT Austin, $3000. (20092009).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), ""Rethinking Region: Landscape, Cultural Economy, and the Great Southwest"," Sponsored by Texas State Historical Association, $1000. (20082008).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), "Manhood Factories: YMCA Architecture and the Making of Modern Urban Culture," Sponsored by Graham Foundation for Advanced Study in the Fine Arts, $10000. (20052007).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), "Manhood Factories: YMCA Architecture and the Making of Modern Urban Culture," Sponsored by Warren Center, Harvard University, $40000. (20042005).
Lupkin, P. R. (Principal), "World Architecture Curriculum Development," Sponsored by Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, $3000. (20032003).
Lupkin, P. R. (Co-Principal), "Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development Grant," Sponsored by American Culture Studies Program, Washington University, $20000. (20022003).

Service

University Service

Committee Member, Design History Tenure Track Search Committee. (January 2022 – Present).

Committee Member, Interior Design Tenure Track Search Committee. (January 2022 – Present).

Committee Member, Retention Promotion and Tenure Committee. (20222023).

Chairperson, Art History Department Tenure Track Search Committee: Design and Material Culture. (August 2021May 2021).

Chairperson, Retention, Promotion, Tenure Committee. (September 2020May 2021).

Committee Member, Interior Design Tenure Track Search Committee. (August 2020May 2021).

Committee Member, College of Visual Arts and Design Art in Public Places Committee. (20162020).

Committee Member, Art History Department Chair Search Committee. (October 2019August 2020).

Committee Member, Retention, Promotion, and Tenure Committee. (September 2019August 2020).

Committee Member, Retention, Promotion, and Tenure Committee. (September 2019August 2020).

Committee Member, College of Visual Arts and Design Academic Committee. (August 20152019).

Committee Chair, Art History Visiting Assistant Professor Search Position. (September 2018April 2019).

Committee Member, Preview and Portfolio Day Committee. (20142017).

Committee Member, Design Faculty Member Search. (October 2015April 2016).

Professional Service

Chairperson, Historic Interiors Affiliate Group (HIG), Society of Architectural Historians, Dallas, TX. (2017 – Present).

Reviewer, Book, University of Pittsburgh, Press. (20202022).

Reviewer, Book, Bloomsbury Press, Routledge Press, and Lund Humphries Press. (20172021).

Committee Member, Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago, Illinois. (April 2021).

Committee Member, Vernacular Architecture Forum Education Committee. (20162017).

Editorial Review Board Member, Buildings and Landscapes: Journal of the Vernacular Architecture Forum. (20142017).

Other, Vernacular Architecture Forum. (20142017).

Committee Member, National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D.C.. (August 2017).

Committee Chair, Vernacular Architecture Forum Catherine Bishir Award Committee. (2016).

Committee Member, Vernacular Architecture Forum Paul Buchanan Award Committee. (2016).

Other, DFW Art History Network. (20122016).

Committee Member, H. Allen Brooks Fellowship Competition Society of Architectural Historians. (2015).

Committee Member, Winthertur Library Research and Dissertation Fellowship Program, Newark, Delaware. (2015).

Other, Society of American City and Regional Planning History, Los Angeles, CA. (20142015).

Other, Preservation Dallas Annual Preservation Awards. (20132013).

Other, Godbey Lecture Series, Southern Methodist University. (20122012).

Committee Member, Graham Foundation for Advanced Study in the Fine Arts. (20112011).

Committee Member, Society of Architectural Historians. (20112011).

Other, St. Louis Metropolitan Research Exchange. (20022004).

Other, Society for American City and Regional Planning History Annual Meeting. (20032003).

Other, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. (20002002).

Public Service

Committee Member, Texas State Board of Review/Texas Historical Commission, Austin, Texas. (December 2021 – Present).

Consulting

Government, Texas Historical Commission/State Board of Review, Texas, United States of America. (July 27, 2021 – Present).

For Profit Organization, GRO Development, New York, United States of America. (2016).

Academic, Save the Boston Y Campaign, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America. (2011).