Editorial Information

Editorial information for University of Minnesota Press journal Buildings and Landscapes.

Anna Vemer Andrzejewski, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Carl Lounsbury, College of William and Mary

Book Review Editor
Jessica Ellen Sewell and Andrew Johnston, University of Virginia School of Architecture

Editorial Board
Catherine W. Bishir, editorial advisor, Preservation North Carolina and North Carolina State University
James Michael Buckley, University of Oregon
Gretchen Buggeln, Christ College, Valparaiso University
Michael Chiarappa, Quinnipiac University
Jennifer Cousineau, Parks Canada
Cynthia G. Falk, Cooperstown Graduate Program, SUNY Oneonta
Jeffrey E. Klee, Colonial Williamsburg
Matthew Lasner, Hunter College, CUNY
Richard Longstreth, George Washington University
Sarah Lynn Lopez, University of Texas, Austin
William Moore, Boston University
Louis Nelson, University of Virginia
Dell Upton, University of California, Los Angeles

Editorial Inquiries and Manuscripts
Articles submitted to Buildings & Landscapes will be assessed using a double-blind peer review process; manuscripts should not be submitted for publication elsewhere while under review by the journal. Visit http://www.vafweb.org/ for guidelines. Please send electronic copies of completed articles (approximately 25 pages of text) with illustrations (15-20) and bibliographic endnotes by email to both editors. Alternatively, two hard copies of the manuscript and photocopied reproductions of the illustrations may be sent directly by surface mail. Please feel free to direct any inquiries to either editor via email:

Anna Vemer Andrzejewski
Department of Art History
University of Wisconsin-Madison
800 University Avenue
Madison, WI  53711

Carl Lounsbury
College of William and Mary
144 Pintail Trace
Williamsburg, VA 23188


Books for review should be mailed to:

Jessica Ellen Sewell and Andrew Johnston
Department of Urban and Environmental Planning
University of Virginia School of Architecture
110 Bayly Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22903