Celeste Lovette Guichard

Architectural history professor


  • B.A., University of New Mexico
  • M.A., Columbia University
  • M.Phil., Columbia University
  • Ph.D., Columbia University


Dissertation, teaching commendations for every semester or quarter taught

Awards, recognitions and honors

2009 Georgia Humanities Council grant for city of Savannah "Weave a Dream" Grant; managing committee board member, Archaeological Institute of America; Georgia Humanities grant (in support of "Building in the Public Realm" conference); Giles Whiting Foundation Fellowship; Mellon Fellowship, Columbia University; President's Fellowship, Columbia University; Summer Travel Fellowship, Columbia University


College Art Association, Society of Architectural Historians, Archaeological Institute of America

Publications and Presentations


  • Co-editor with Thomas Gensheimer, World Heritage and National Registers: Stewardship in Perspective. NJ: Transactions Publishers, to be released December 2013.
  • Primary editor for a special arts volume of the Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, June 2013.
  • CAA review of Tony Spawforth. The Complete Greek Temples London: Thames & Hudson, 2006. and Alexander Tzonis and Phoebe Giannisi. Classical Greek Architecture: The Construction of the Modern.Paris: Editions Flammarion, 2004.
  • Contributor, Eclectic Antiquity: The Classical Collection of the Snite Museum of Art
  • Peer reviewer for Arris journal, ancient architecture

Public lectures and symposia


  • Symposium panelist, Pioneer Valley Romanists Forum, Joukowsky Institute of Archaeology, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
  • "Hadrian Panhellenios and the Crafting of Monument as Memory" Midwest Art Historians Conference, Omaha, Nebraska
  • "The Sacrificial Word at Hadrianic Klaros", A Symposium in Honor of Natalie Boymel Kampen, Barnard College, New York, New York
  • "Armchair Cosmopolites and Worldly Travelers: The Dialogue between Real and Vicarious Travel in the Greco-Roman World", Session chair, College Art Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California
  • "World Heritage and National Registers in Perspective," conference organizer (35 participants representing 16 countries), Savannah, Georgia
  • "The Ancient World", Session Chair, Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting, Auburn, Alabama
  • "The Development of the Savannah Waterfront", Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting, Savannah, Georgia
  • "Building in the Public Realm", Conference organizer (28 participants representing 12 countries), Savannah, Georgia
  • "Hellenistic Art and Architecture", University of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • "The Resonance of Myth in Klarian Architecture and Ritual", Archaeological Insitute of America annual meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana