Frequency: Annually (October)

Latest Issue: Volume 33, 2022

Size: 8.5 x 11

Bibliographic Information: ISSN: 1048-5945


Arris is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original scholarship on all aspects of the history of architecture and landscape in the form of research articles, field notes, and book reviews. Founded in 1989, Arris is published annually by the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (SESAH), a regional chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians. SESAH promotes scholarship on architecture and related subjects and serves as a forum for ideas among architectural historians, architects, preservationists, and others involved in professions related to the built environment.

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Mark Reinberger

Vandana Baweja

Book Review Editor

Bryan Norwood

Copy Editor

Kathleen Crosby

Table of Contents

Volume 33, 2022

The Collaboration of B. Henry Latrobe and Giuseppe Franzoni to
Create the Nation’s First Statue of Liberty (1807–1814)
Richard Chenoweth

Cultural Diplomacy Takes Command: Architecture and Soft Power
at the 1959 World Agricultural Fair in New Delhi, India
Joss Kiely

Research Note

“Austin’s most prosperous colored men”: Freedmen Builders
and Craftsmen in Austin, Texas, 1870–1900
Tara M. Dudley

Field Note

The White-Gloved Maverick: Ellamae Ellis League (1899– 1991),
An Architect from Macon, Georgia
Christine Crafts Neal

Race, Religion, Healthcare, and Architecture:
Benjamin McAdoo’s Pagoda of Medicine
Casey Lee

Book Reviews

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