Steven Moffson

Steven Moffson

Steven Moffson

  • B.A., Pennsylvania State University
  • M.A., University of Delaware
First year at SCAD:
2006

Awards, recognition and honors

Paul E. Buchanan Award for excellence in fieldwork, interpretation and public service. Presented by the Vernacular Architecture Forum for "Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site: Historic Resource Study," co-authored with Robert W. Blythe and Maureen A. Carroll, Charleston, S.C., 1994.

Organizations

  • Vernacular Architecture Forum
  • DOCOMOMO-US

Publications and presentations

"Identity and Assimilation in Synagogue Architecture in Georgia, 1870-1920" in "Constructing Image, Identity, and Place: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture IX" (Vernacular Architecture Forum, 2003).

Previous Positions

Steven Moffson has been an architectural historian in the historic preservation division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources since 1996. He also teaches American architectural history at Georgia State University and SCAD-Atlanta. In addition, he has worked at the National Park Service and the Delaware State Historic Preservation Office. His interest in vernacular architecture in the South led to the publication of his article "Identity and Assimilation in Synagogue Architecture in Georgia, 1870-1920" in "Constructing Image, Identity, and Place: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture IX" in 2003.

Courses Taught

  • ARLH 206 Modern Architecture I: 1750-1900
  • ARLH 208 Modern Architecture II: 1900-Present
  • ARLH 310 American Vernacular Architecture