Discover the role of volunteer militia in Savannah’s urban development

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

SCAD Museum of Art, theater

Savannah, GA

601 Turner Blvd.

The “Reading the City” series continues with architectural history professor Karl Schuler’s lecture, "The Urban Legacy of Volunteer Militias in Savannah's Bull Street Corridor." Hear about the importance of citizen-soldiers in the development of Savannah’s Bull Street, including its architecture, urban space, parks and more.

“Reading the City,” a public program series coupled with walking tours, supports “Buildings of Savannah,” an April 2016 architectural guidebook authored by SCAD architectural history faculty members Karl Schuler, Robin Williams, David Gobel, Patrick Haughey and Daves Rossell.

Watch this lecture from all corners of the globe with the SCAD Virtual Lecture Hall.

This event, presented by SCAD and the Society of Architectural Historians, is free and open to the public.

For more information, visit the “Reading the City” series website, email Robin Williams at rwilliam@scad.edu or call 912.525.6058.