Buildings & Landscapes 29.2 (fall 2022) is now available to members via ProjectMUSE. Members can login to VAF’s website and access all articles under the “Publications” tab. This issue includes:
· “ A Fieldwork forum for the VAF,” compiled by Brent R. Fortenberry and James Michael Buckley and with articles by Danielle S. Willkens, Elaine B. Stiles, Sarah Lopez, and Arijit Sen
· John Dean Davis, “Hope, Anger, and Engineering in a Reconstruction Landscape”
· William R. Tharp, “Roads, Race, and Retail: The Transformation of Short Pump, Virginia
· Sarah Fayen Scarlett and Laura Walikainen Rouleau, “Object Lesson: Architecture at Pullman National Monument as Both an Agent of Division and Collective Identity”
· Book reviews by Kevin P. Block, Timothy Kelly, Wei (Windy) Zhao, and Jennifer L. Thomas
Buildings & Landscapes 29.1 (spring 2022) is also available! This issue features:
· Philip Herrington, “Fine Airs in the Sand Hills: Richmond Bath, a Summer Retreat in a Landscape of Slavery”
· Kathleen Pierce, “New Spaces for a New Midwifery at the Lying-In Hospital of the City of New York”
· Valentina Davila, “Altars of Hope: Venezuelan Domestic Workers and the Material Culture of the Divine”
· Marie Frank, “Object Lesson: Fiske Kimball and the Restoration of Moor’s End, Nantucket”
· Book reviews by Paula Lupkin, Lake Douglas, Keith Bresnahan, and Kathryn E. Holliday
Buildings & Landscapes is now looking for papers for volume 31 (2024). Our subject matter includes all aspects of vernacular architecture and urban, suburban, and rural landscapes seen through interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary methods. The editors encourage submission of scholarly articles that integrate fieldwork and archival/primary source research into original arguments about the history of everyday buildings and/or landscapes. See the author’s guidelines here for more information or contact editors Lydia Brandt, firstname.lastname@example.org, and Michael Chiarappa, email@example.com, for questions or more information. Manuscripts are considered and peer reviewed on a rolling basis, but should be received by April 1, 2023 to be considered for volume 31.
B&L thanks its outgoing Image Editor, Ian Stevenson, and Book Review Editor, Rachel Leibowitz, for their outstanding service to the journal. We welcome Editor Designate Margaret M. Grubiak and Book Review Editor Amanda C. Clark to the team for volume 30 (spring 2023)!