2001-present: Adjunct Professor, Department of Art History, College of Charleston. Courses taught: Classic Tradition in Architecture, American Architecture, 20th Century Architecture , Introduction to Architecture .
1993-1996: Head, Collections Development, Library; Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal, Quebec).
1985-1993: Associate Archivist, Archives of the History of Art (to 1991); Curatorial Associate, Special Collections (from 1991); Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities (Santa Monica, California).
1976-1984: Director, South Carolina Historical Society (Charleston, South Carolina).
1969-1975: Director, Florence
Museum (Florence, South Carolina).
M. A., Architecture (architectural history), UCLA . Merit fellowship.
B. A., Fine Arts (art and architectural history), College of Charleston .
B. S., English; College of Charleston .
Creating the Pantheon. Bibliotheca Archaeologica 42. L'ERMA di Bretschneider, Rome, 2008. (Completed during a year-long sabbatical awarded by the College of Charleston.)
Indians of the South Carolina Lowcountry, 1562-1751 . Southern Studies Program, University of South Carolina, Columbia (also issued under the imprint of the Reprint Company, Publishers, Spartanburg), 1980. (Completed while Visiting Research Fellow of the Southern Studies Program.)
Collecting--Preserving--Exhibiting; a Theory of Museum Work. Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1984.
"Anthropology as Natural History." Against the Grain 18-3 (Jun. 2006): 85-91.
"A Bibliography for John Bachman." Archives of Natural History 32-1 (2005): 53-69. Bachman Publications Online.
"In Indian Territory." Against the Grain 17-5 (Nov. 2005): 56, 58, 62.
"American Life in the 19th Century: Unabridged Travel Accounts by Audubon, Olmsted, and Twain." Against the Grain 17-3 (Jun. 2005): 77-78.
"Cofitachequi: A Distinctive Culture, Its Identity, and Its Location." Ethnohistory 52-2 (Spring 2005): 333-369.
"Architecture Books Every Library Should Have." Against the Grain 17-2 (Apr. 2005): 53-56.
"How Not to Write An Architecture Book." Against the Grain 16-2 (Apr. 2004): 86-88.
"Cusabo." Handbook of North American Indians , William C. Sturtevant, General Editor: Southeast, Raymond D. Fogelson, Volume 14 Editor. Smithsonian Insitutition, Washington (2004), pp. 254-264.
"The Principal Design Methods for Greek Doric Temples and their Modification for the Parthenon." Architectural History: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain 45 (2002): 1-31.
"The Design of the Westminster Hall Roof," Architectural History: Journal of Architectural Historians of Great Britain 42 (1999): 47-67.
"The Architectural History of Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim," South Carolina Historical Magazine 98 (Jan. 1997): 6-55.
"The Greek Pentathlon," Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum 5 (1991): 99-106.
"Latrobe and the Beginning of Professionalism in American Architecture," Design Book Review, issue 11 (Winter 1987): 30-34.
"The First Monticello," Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians , 46-l (Mar. 1987): 5-29.
Charleston in 1883. Co-authored with Arthur Mazyck. Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1983.
Robert Mills's Courthouses and Jails. Co-authored with Rhodri Windsor Liscombe. Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1981.
"Robert Mills's Fireproof Building," South Carolina Historical Magazine , 80-2 (Apr. 1979): 105-135.
"'Dramatically Opposite': Mills's Circular and Baptist Churches, Charleston." Conference entitled "Robert Mills: the Years of Growth," Winterthur Museum, 9 Oct. 1982.
"Suggestions for Making the Results of Field Work More Accessible." Annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New York, 29 Dec. 1987.
"The Charleston Single House; Using Computers to Define the Evolution of a Dwelling Type." Annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago, 14 Apr. 1988.
"Ideas that Influenced Charleston Architecture." Annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Charleston, 15 Apr. 1993.
"The Design of Greek Doric Temples," Work in Progress Session, Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Seattle, 7 Apr. 1995.
"How the Parthenon was Designed," presented as part of the session on "Design in Ancient Architecture," Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, St. Louis, Apr. 1996.
Work address: Special Collections; College of Charleston Library; 66 George St.; Charleston, SC 29424
Home address: 107 Coming Street; Charleston, SC 29403