Student Work

Project: An Archaeological Analysis of a Possible Slave Quarter on the Little Falls Plantation. Poster Presentation for the Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference 2020 and the UMW Research and Creativity Day 2020.
Authors: Lillian Kyett Salamone, Kathleen Keith, and Lawrence King
Courses: Field work conducted by students in HISP 207, American Archaeology (Spring 2018 and 2019). Analysis conducted in HISP 471, Artifact Analysis (Fall 2019). Presentation completed in URES 197, Undergraduate Research (Spring 2020).

Project: An Archaeological Survey in Search of the Village of Quiyough. Paper Presentation for the Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference 2020 and the UMW Research and Creativity Day 2020.
Authors: Rick Altenburg, Claire Ross, and Madalyn Sadler
Courses: Field work conducted by students in HISP 471, Worlds Collide: Virginia 1619 in partnership with the Patawomeck Indian Tribe of Virginia (Spring 2019). Analysis conducted in HISP 471, Artifact Analysis (Fall 2019). Presentation completed in URES 197, Undergraduate Research (Spring 2020).

Project: Script for the permanent exhibition “For the People Had a Mind to Work” A Century of African American Education in Spotsylvania County planned for John J. Wright Educational and Cultural Center in Spotsylvania, Virginia
Author: group work
Course: HISP463, Museum Exhibitions (2019)

Project: Health and Hygiene at Sherwood Forest Plantation (44ST615): Civil War and Postbellum. Article based on the 2018 Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference Student Paper Prize Winning Presentation.
Author: Shannon Bremer
Courses: Field work conducted by students in HISP 467, Field Methods in Archaeology (Summers 2015-2017). Analysis conducted in HISP 491, Artifact Analysis (Fall 2017). Presentation and article completed in URES 197, Undergraduate Research (Spring 2018).

Project: Honors Thesis (2016): Gender and Virginia’s Early-Twentieth Century Equine Landscapes
Author: Mary C. Fesak

Project: The National Register Rap
Authors: Sam Crystal, Katie DeCecco, Nate Dawes, and Carol Vinatieri
Course: HISP 405, Advanced Methods in Historic Preservation
The National Register Rap

Follow this link for their interview done by the PreservationNation Blog.

Project: Historic Landscape and Building Survey – Survey 1Survey 2Survey 3
Authors: Kaley Huston, Marion Carr, Justine Rothbart
Course: Historic Preservation 345, Computer Applications of Historic Preservation

Project: Preservation Design Studio
Authors: Cameron Henry
Course: Historic Preservation 491, Individual Study in Historic Preservation

Project: Connect Fred
Authors: Megan Milonovich, Garek Hannigan, Winnie Cargill, Lily Eghtessad, Dylan Burkett, Claire Parkey, Jonathan Montgomery, Max Gorman, Rachael Thayer, Isabella Gordineer, Jenna Wood, Megan Weeks, Brenden Bowman, Jerry Slezak
Course: Historic Preservation 469, Laboratory in Preservation Planning

Project: UMW Campus Preservation Plan Part IPart IIPart IIIPart IV
Authors: Mat Alfano, Dayna Blewis, Eden Brown, Hanna Eckroth, Kathleen Haver, Brittany Hill, Kaley Huston, Kathleen Morgan, Emily Morton, Justine Rothbart, Shane Sendaj, Amy Shiflett, Christopher Young
Course: Historic Preservation 469, Laboratory in Preservation Planning

Project: Artwork for Cities of Nightmare Freshman Seminar
Authors: Lauren Floyd, Joseph Robinson, Daniel Messplay
Course: FSEM 100, Historic Preservation Freshman Seminar (Instructor: Andréa Livi Smith)
Description: This FSEM requires a piece of original art in the final project, which should reflect a dystopian built environment.

Project: Survey of Modern Buildings in Fredericksburg – Building 1Building 2Building 3Building 4
Authors: Dayna Blewis, Christopher Young, Melissa Kobiela
Course: Historic Preservation 471, Modernism’s Mark

Project: Historic Structure Report on the Mary Washington House Kitchen
Authors: Christopher Young
Course: Historic Preservation 491, Individual Study in Historic Preservation

Project: Historic Structure Reports – Report 1Report 2
Authors: Emilie Kracen, Erika deBroekert
Course: Historic Preservation 461, Laboratory in Building Forensics

Project: Honors Thesis – Princess Anne Street: An Urban Design Critique
Authors: Lindsay McClelland ’09
Course: Historic Preservation 491, Individual Study in Historic Preservation