(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Cahokia: Early Exploration, History, and Preservation

Cahokia, Illinois, was once the largest prehistoric civilizations north of Mexico. This was a sophisticated site, dotted with numerous mounds, representing the largest ancient man-made earthworks in North America.

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Colonial Architect Frederick Strouts’ Commissions in Canterbury, New Zealand: From the Diaries of P.S. Richards: 1881–87

Prominent colonial architect Frederick Strouts practiced after 1859 in New Zealand. His articled pupil P.S. Richards’ diaries, from 1881-87, were recently discovered in Australia with new information concerning Strouts’ practice.

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Published online: February 24, 2016

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Including Seminal African-American Artists in the Humanities

African-American artists have long sought recognition of their various endeavors for nearly 400 years. Today, they are beginning to receive their due inclusion in our revisionist examination of the humanities.

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Published online: March 22, 2017

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