Anna Andrzejewski will be in residence at the Hagley Museum and Library as a Hagley-NEH fellow between January and June, working on her book project on the history of South Florida’s vacation and retirement communities after World War II.
Andrew Dolkart is one of the three founders and directors of the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project which has won the National Trust for Historic Preservation Trustees' Award for Organizational Excellence for its "superlative and continued achievement in historic preservation" and its "trailblazing approach in making a previously invisible history visible."
Ted J Ligibel, PhD, received the James Marston Fitch Preservation Education Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Council for Preservation Education. The award recognized his 45+ years in historic preservation, spanning 30 years as a preservation educator, including 20 years as director of Eastern Michigan University's Graduate Historic Preservation Program.
Diana J. Painter, PhD is pleased to announce the recent 20-year anniversary of her firm Painter Preservation. Founded in 2022 in Petaluma, CA, as a full-service historic preservation firm has offices in Spokane, WA and Santa Rosa, CA. Painter Preservation focuses primarily on vernacular architecture in the Western states. More information can be found at www.preservationplans.com.