Tuesday, May 24th After a late night of waiting for the sardine to burn in Piazza de Ferrari we had […]
Friday, May 20th, Day 5 One of the most exciting parts about living in Genoa for two weeks is the […]
Wednesday May 18, 2022: Today the group woke up to a bright sunny day in Genoa. The morning began with […]
Our eighth day in Genoa began with a visit to the Monumental Cemetery of Staglieno, or Cimitero Monumentale di Staglieno. […]
On the last day of our first week in Genoa we took a field trip heading to Portofino with some […]
This summer I was given the amazing opportunity to work with the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation in collaboration with […]
They have completed their first year in the program! Now they are off to complete their summer internships. Kim Hlavin, […]
On Friday May 11, 2018, twelve of our second years graduated with a Master of Science in Historic Preservation! The […]
Mary Fesak is the recipient of the 2018 SESAH Graduate Student Research Fellowship. The Southeast Chapter of the Society of […]
With their first year of graduate school behind them, our rising second year students have scattered across the globe to […]
On Friday, May 12, 2017, eleven of our second year students graduated with Master of Science in Historic Preservation […]
The College of Charleston Graduate School hosts an annual poster session as a platform for students to spread the word about completed or ongoing research projects. Five MSHP students presented on three different research topics this year.
Students Morgan Granger and Meg Olson will be presenting a poster on their summer's work on 43 Legare Street at the 6th International Architectural Paint Research Conference in March! The title of their work, "How paint research and analysis can aid in reconstructing missing decorative ornamentation: a case study at 43 Legare Street, Charleston, South Carolina."
December 16, 2016 Today students worked together to finish up architectural investigative reports at the Tucker House and the Globe Hotel
December 15, 2016 On Thursday students spent the day continuing to investigate and record the Globe Hotel.
December 14, 2016 We started our day by adding details to our floor plan drawings of the Globe Hotel. Later in the morning, we started working on our architectural investigations for the buildings.
December 13, 2016 Tuesday morning the group took on the documentation of the Globe Hotel. The Globe Hotel, built in 1699, was constructed by the Colony's fifth governor, Samuel Day. It was supposedly built as an official residence belonging to the Crown but Governor Day claimed it as his own.
December 11, 2016 Instructors Brent Fortenberry and Ed Chappell spent Sunday in the Western Parishes documenting houses while the students […]
Today was a day for adventure as the group headed to Hamilton which is the capital city of Bermuda. After getting off the bus, we did a walking tour of the area admiring the local architecture.
We began our day taking photographs of the exterior and interior of the Tucker house for photographic documentation, as well as for use in producing photogrammetric models.