Much like the incredible escape of Ellen and William Craft from enslavement, their photo album had just been waiting at the Avery for someone like Mary Trent to discover it.
Right on campus at the College of Charleston, archaeology faculty and students recently conducted a dig to investigate a historic site.
The College has made connecting to Italian family members easier for adjunct faculty members Brittany Lavelle Tulla (architectural history) and her mother Bea Lavelle (exercise science).
One historic preservation professor at the College of Charleston is orchestrating a community-wide effort to 3D print masks to supply to healthcare workers at the Medical University of South Carolina.
After sitting idle for 40 years in a backyard, the VW bus belonging to an early civil rights pioneer is recovered thanks to efforts by the College.
The Department of Art and Architectural History will host the symposium "Architectures of Slavery: Ruins & Reconstruction" Oct. 24-26, 2019. The symposium will analyze the long-enduring memories of slavery in architecture, urbanism and landscapes.
Over the course of six days and lots of espresso in Florence, Italy, this art history professor studied the massive archives of the famed Medici family.
Graduating senior Bethany Fincher overcame personal issues to flourish as a double major in philosophy and art history.