About

Margaret Birney Vickery is an architectural historian at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her interest include the history of women in architecture and sustainable approaches to infrastructure design.

Education

BA Oberlin College, 1985

MA Stanford University 1988

PhD Stanford University 1993

Publications

“Collaborations: The Architecture and Art of Sigrid Miller Pollin”


in The Routledge Companion to Women in Architecture:360 Perspective Vol. 1


(Routledge, Forthcoming) Spring 2021


“Productive Landscapes Past and Future: Renewable Energy Technologies in Design Pedagogy” in Landscape Journal, forthcoming, co-authored with Carolina Aragon, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, UMass Amherst

The Art of Infrastructure: Re-Imagining the Productive Landscape in the 21st Century


(Bloomsbury Press, London. 2019)


(Translations) ARCHITECTURE/ART WORKS OF SIGRID MILLER POLLIN


 (Oro Publications, forthcoming) Summer 2020


“Greening the Valley: Sustainable Architecture in the Pioneer Valley”


Supplement in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, February 2010


The Campus Guide: Smith College (New York: Princeton Architectural Press) 2007


 Buildings for Bluestockings: The Architecture and Social History of Women’s


Colleges in Late Victorian England (Newark and London: Delaware University


Press) 1999


 “Lady Margaret Hall and Somerville College Oxford: Their Architecture and Social Context”


 

Victorian Society Annual) 1992

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