Connie Pinkerton

Preservation design professor


  • B.A., anthropology, University at Albany, State University of New York, 1991
  • M.F.A., historic preservation, Savannah College of Art and Design, 2006

Awards, recognitions and honors

Jeffrey Weiss Award, Theatre Historical Society of America


National Trust for Historic Preservation, Georgia Historical Society, US/ICOMOS

Publications and Presentations


  • "Savannah College of Art and Design: Restoration of an Architectural Heritage" (with Maureen Burke, Ph.D., and the historic preservation department of the Savannah College of Art and Design), Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina: Arcadia Press, 2004


  • University of Massachusetts Center for Heritage & Society, "Why Does the Past Matter?" Conference, Amherst, Massachusetts: "The Past Matters (But That's Not Why We're Here)," 2011
  • National Council on Public History annual meeting, Pensacola, Florida: "The 'Public' of Undergraduate Historic Preservation Education," 2011
  • Symposium on Campus Heritage Planning (Boston Preservation Alliance), Boston, Massachusetts: "SCAD's Unique Urban Campus," 2007
  • International Symposium on Cultural Landscapes Cultural Towns (APA), New Harmony, Indiana: "The Campus in Context," 2007
  • 23rd International Conference on the Beginning Design Student, Savannah, Georgia, 2007
  • Annual Meeting of the Society of Georgia Archivists, Savannah, Georgia: "Using Archives in the University Classroom," 2003