Sheila Crane

General Information

Occupation: Architectural Historian

Resident City: Charlottesville

Resident State/Province: Virginia

Resident Country: United States




Employer: University of California, Santa Cruz

Title: Art and Visual Culture Department

Employer: University of Virginia

Title: Assistant Professor of Architecture History

City: Charlottesville

Start Date: January 01, 2007



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Name: Visiting Fellow at the Shelby Cullom davis Center for Historical Studies at Princeton University

Name: Visiting Fellow at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal


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Institution: Smith College

Department: Art History and French Studies

Degree: B.A.

Institution: Northwestern University

Department: Art History

Degree: M.A. and Ph.D


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Publications By

Title: Mapping the Amazon's Salon: Symbolic Landscapes and Topographies of Identity in Natalie Clifford Barney's Literary Salon

Co-author: Josephine Carubia, Looraine Dowler, Bonj Szcygiel (ed.s)

Publication: Gender and Landscape: Renegotiating Morality and Space

Publisher: Routledge

Date Published: January 01, 2005

Title: Digging Up the Present in Marseille’s Old Port: Towards an Archeology of Reconstruction

Publication: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians

Date Published: January 01, 2004

Notes: Sept. 2004

Title: Mutable Fragments: Destructive Preservation and the Postwar Rebuilding of Marseille

Publication: Future Anterior: Journal of Historic Preservation, History, Theory and Criticism

Date Published: January 01, 2005

Notes: Summer 2005

Title: Architecture at the Ends of Empire: Urban Reflections between Marseille and Algiers

Co-author: Gyan Prakash & Kevin Kruse, ed.

Publication: The Spaces of the Modern City

Publisher: Princeton University Press

Title: Elsie de Wolfe, Natalie Clifford Barney, and the Lure of Versailles: Picturesque Spectres and Conservative Aesthetics of Female Homoeroticism

Co-author: Renate Günther and Wendy Michallat, ed.

Publication: Lesbian Inscriptions in Francophone Society and Culture

Publisher: Durham Modern Languages Series

Date Published: January 01, 2007

Title: Deciding Where to Draw the Line: Urban Strategies and the Vieux-Port of Marseille

Co-author: Simon Gunn and R. J. Morris, ed.

Publication: Identities in Space: Contested Terrains in the Western City since 1850

Publisher: Ashgate

Date Published: January 01, 2001

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