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Louis P. Nelson

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Professor

Phone: (434) ***-****  
Email: l***@***.edu
Local Address:  Virginia , United States
Virginia Military Institute
319 Letcher Avenue
Lexington , Virginia 24450
United States

Company Description: U.S. News and World Report ranked VMI as the top public national liberal arts college for 2002. Located in Lexington, Va., VMI is the nation's oldest...   more
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  • Historic Preservation
    Falmouth Field School
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Buildings & Landscapes Editors: Marta ...
www.vernaculararchitectureforum.org, 13 Nov 2015 [cached]
Buildings & Landscapes Editors: Marta Gutman, City College of the City University of New York and Louis Nelson, University of Virginia
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2011 Conference Coordinator: Louis Nelson, University of Virginia
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Buildings & Landscapes Editors: Marta Gutman, City College of the City University of New York and Louis Nelson, University of Virginia
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2011 Conference Coordinator: Louis Nelson, University of Virginia
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Buildings & Landscapes Editors: Marta Gutman, City College of the City University of New York and Louis Nelson, University of Virginia
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2011 Conference Coordinator: Louis Nelson, University of Virginia
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Buildings & Landscapes Editors: Howard Davis, University of Oregon and Louis Nelson, University of Virginia
Louis Nelson
www.aminst.ox.ac.uk, 29 Dec 2013 [cached]
Professor Louis Nelson
RAI Postdoctoral Visiting Research Fellow
Associate Professor of Architectural History, University of Virginia
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Louis Nelson Louis Nelson teaches courses in American architectural history specializing in colonial and early national architecture, vernacular architecture, and the architecture of the early Caribbean. The majority of his work focuses on the early American South and the Greater Caribbean. Nelson is interested in the close examination of evidence-both material and textual-as a means of examining the ways architecture shapes the human experience. Nelson's prominence in the field is reflected in his selection as a senior co-editor of Buildings and Landscapes, a leading scholarly venue for research in the field since 1982.
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Working together with archaeologists, Nelson is interested using buildings to explore Afro-Caribbean history and culture through the transition from slavery to freedom.
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Louis P. Nelson. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006
Construction & Building
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On Thursday, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m., Louis Nelson, chair of the department of Architectural History at the University of Virginia, will speak on ways a sense of the sacred was expressed in the vernacular religious architecture of colonial South Carolina.
Officers | SESAH
sesah.org, 23 July 2015 [cached]
Louis Nelson, University of Virginia ln6n@virginia.edu
Semester at Sea - Fall 2011 Deans, Faculty, Staff
www.semesteratsea.org, 7 Sept 2011 [cached]
Louis Nelson (Architecture)
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Louis Nelson (Architecture) Louis Nelson teaches courses in American architecture specializing in colonial and early national architecture, vernacular architecture, and theories and methods of sacred space. The majority of his work focuses on the early American South and the Greater Caribbean. Nelson is interested in the close examination of evidence, both material and textual, as a means of examining the ways architecture shapes the human experience. Nelson's prominence in the field is reflected in his recent selection as a senior co-editor of Buildings and Landscapes, a leading scholarly venue for research in the field since 1982. The Beauty of Holiness, his most recent book, examines the ways Anglican churches in colonial South Carolina, His interest in the colonial South has led him past the "sacred 13" where his fieldwork in Jamaica and the Leeward Islands has resulted in some of the first systematic recording of eighteenth and nineteenth-century English architecture in the Caribbean. He also directs the UVA Falmouth Field School in HIstoric Preservation, a month-long program held each summer in the coastal town of Falmouth, Jamaica. While his interest in the Caribbean began in colonial Anglican churches, his most recent work has focused on post-Emancipation domestic architecture. Working together with archaeologists, Nelson is interested using buildings to explore Afro-Caribbean culture through the transition from slavery to freedom.
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