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Welcome to our virtual exhibit for the Society of Architectural Historians!

We are sorry not to meet you this year at the Society of Architectural Historians meeting in Seattle. However, we would still like to introduce you to some of our new titles, many of which are available as e-books! Please browse and follow the links to shop!

Have a project you'd like to discuss? Executive Editor acquires in the areas of art and architectural history, visual culture, history of photography, medieval and early modern studies, occultism and esoterism, Iberian and Latin American history and culture. Her book series include Buildings, Landscapes, and Societies, Iberian Encounter and Exchange, 475–1755, Latin American Originals, Magic in History, Magic in History Sourcebooks, and Refiguring Modernism

Out of concern for the health, safety, and well-being of our staff, and in response to a statewide order closing all non-life-sustaining businesses, PSU Press has suspended warehouse operations until further notice and will not be shipping physical books during this time. (For more information on PSU Press's response to COVID-19, click here.)

 

Available as an e-book

 

Notre Dame Cathedral

Nine Centuries of History

Dany Sandron and Andrew Tallon, Translated by Andrew Tallon and Lindsay Cook

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192 pages
7.5" × 7.5"
170 color illustrations
2020

The Art and Culture of Scandinavian Central Europe, 1550–1720

Kristoffer Neville

Available as an e-book
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264 pages
8" × 10"
15 color/65 b&w illustrations/2 maps
2019

Freedom and the Cage

Modern Architecture and Psychiatry in Central Europe, 1890–1914

Leslie Topp

Available as an e-book
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256 pages
9" × 10"
3 color/114 b&w illustrations/1 map
2017

Buildings, Landscapes, and Societies

Gunnar Asplund's Gothenburg

The Transformation of Public Architecture in Interwar Europe

Nicholas Adams

Available as an e-book
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288 pages
9" × 10"
152 b&w illustrations
2014

Buildings, Landscapes, and Societies

Gardens of Renaissance Europe and the Islamic Empires

Encounters and Confluences

Edited by Mohammad Gharipour

Available as an e-book
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272 pages
9" × 10"
55 color/67 b&w illustrations
2017

The Noisy Renaissance

Sound, Architecture, and Florentine Urban Life

Niall Atkinson

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280 pages
9" × 10"
50 color/110 b&w illustrations
2016

Pygmalion’s Power

Romanesque Sculpture, the Senses, and Religious Experience

Thomas E. A. Dale

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304 pages
9" × 10"
21 color/113 b&w illustrations
2019

Animating Empire

Automata, the Holy Roman Empire, and the Early Modern World

Jessica Keating

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184 pages
8" × 10"
37 color/23 b&w illustrations
2018

Landscape into Eco Art

Articulations of Nature Since the ’60s

Mark Cheetham

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256 pages
7" × 10"
27 color/36 b&w illustrations
2018

The Seductions of Darwin

Art, Evolution, Neuroscience

Matthew Rampley

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200 pages
6" × 9"
2017

Baroque Seville

Sacred Art in a Century of Crisis

Amanda Wunder

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232 pages
8" × 10"
34 color/59 b&w illustrations/5 maps
2017

A Greene Country Towne

Philadelphia’s Ecology in the Cultural Imagination

Edited by Alan C. Braddock and Laura Turner Igoe

Available as an e-book
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248 pages
7" × 10"
45 b&w illustrations
2016

Rage and Denials

Collectivist Philosophy, Politics, and Art Historiography, 1890–1947

Branko Mitrović

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256 pages
6" × 9"
2015

Toledo Cathedral

Building Histories in Medieval Castile

Tom Nickson

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324 pages
9" × 10"
60 color/80 b&w illustrations
2015

Remarks on Architecture

The Vitruvian Tradition in Enlightenment Poland

Ignacy Potocki, edited and translated by Carolyn C. Guile

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176 pages
6" × 9"
11 b&w illustrations/2 maps
2015

The Vienna School of Art History

Empire and the Politics of Scholarship, 1847–1918

Matthew Rampley

Available as an e-book
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296 pages
7" × 10"
18 b&w illustrations
2013

Humanism and the Urban World

Leon Battista Alberti and the Renaissance City

Caspar Pearson

$29.95 | Paperback Edition
ISBN: 978-0-271-06369-0

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280 pages
6" × 9"
2011

New & Forthcoming books

Sorry, not yet available as e-books.

 

Gothic Architecture and Sexuality in the Circle of Horace Walpole

Matthew M. Reeve

Coming in June

280 pages
9" × 10"
54 color/89 b&w illustrations
2020

Framing the Church

The Social and Artistic Power of Buttresses in French Gothic Architecture

Maile S. Hutterer

224 pages
9" × 10"
105 b&w illustrations
2020

Bells for America

The Cold War, Modernism, and the Netherlands Carillon in Arlington

Diederik Oostdijk

256 pages
7" × 9.5"
33 b&w illustrations
2019

Refiguring Modernism

The Shape of Difficulty

A Fan Letter to Unruly Objects

Bret L. Rothstein

228 pages
7" × 9"
38 color illustrations
2019

The Prado

Spanish Culture and Leisure, 1819–1939

Eugenia Afinoguénova

Paperback Edition Coming in April

312 pages
7" × 10"
50 b&w illustrations/6 maps
2018

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