NAME

 

James Murray Howard, PhD, FAIA, Curator and Architect for the Academical Village, Kenan-Lewis Fellow in Historic Preservation

Lecturer in Architecture

TEACHING AREA

 

Architecture, Historic Preservation

EDUCATION

 

1982, PhD, History of Art and Architecture

1977, Master of Architecture

1971, Bachelor of Architecture

 

University of Ilinois

University of Illinois

Auburn University

 

REGISTRATION

 

Registered Architect, Virginia (since 1975)

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

University of Virginia, Lecturer, School of Architecture

University of Illinois, Versailles Architecture Program

Mount Vernon College, Washington DC

1984-Present

1979-1981/6

1974-1976

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Guest Lecturer, Government of Japan, Tokyo

Lecturer, ICOMOS, Toronto

Architect and Curator for the Academical Village, University of Virginia

Private Architectural Practice, United States and France

 

1997

1986

1982-Present

 

1972-Present

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

 

Kenan-Lewis Fellow in Historic Architecture

AIA College of Fellows

AIA National Institute Honor Award

Virginia Society AIA Preservation Award

APVA Citations

James C. White Award, University of Illinois

Rexford Newcomb Prize, University of Illinois

AIA School Medal

2000

1996

1995

1994

1988/2002

1978

1977

1971

 

PUBLICATIONS (Recent/selected)

 

“Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia: Maintaining the Vision” (article in VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH MAGAZINE, The Virginia Library, Richmond

 

“James Murray Howard: Curator of a Living Museum” (article in ALBERMARLE MAGAZINE, Charlottesville)

 

“The Academical Village Today” (museum catalogue essay in THOMAS JEFFERSON’S ACADEMICAL VILLAGE: The Creation of an Architectural Masterpiece, University of Virginia, Charlottesville)

 

“La gestion du village acadèmique Thomas Jefferson à l’universitè de Virginie” (essay in LES QUATRIEMES ENTRETIENS DU PATRIMOINE, French Ministry of Cultire, Paris)

 

Winter 2002

 

 

 

Oct/Nov 1996

 

 

1993

 

 

 

 

1992

RESEARCH & CREATIVE WORK

(Recent/selected)

 

Now beginning a 3-year book contract with John Wiley & Sons/London on the subject of blending new architecture with old settings

 

Continuing research since 1983 of history and building fabric on Jefferson’s Academical Village

 

2002-2005

 

 

 

1983-Present

SERVICE (selected)

National Conference Organizer for Association for Preservation Technology International

AIA Representative to National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property

Albermarle County Historic Review Council

Bayly Museum Volunteer Board