Articles and Lectures

Selected Articles:

“Sir James Wright” in New Dictionary of National Biography, 2005

“Villa Madama”, “Villa Giulia”, “Biltmore House”, in Encyclopaedia of Gardens: History and Design, 2002

“George Hadfield” American National Biography, 1999, vol.9, 774-5

“The American Dome: Symbol of Democracy”, The Dome,  Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of the Society of Architectural Historians, 2000

“An Ambassador’s House in Essex”, Georgian Group Journal Volume VII, Richard Hewlings, editor, Georgian Group, 1997, 117-129

Selected Lectures & Presentations:

George Hadfield and his architectural legacy, Washington DC Historical Studies Conference, Washington, DC

Rugby, Tennessee: a ‘righteous and prosperous colony in those fascinating mountains’, Southeast Chapter, Society of Architectural Historians, Knoxville, TN

An Ionic and Ironic Episode: George Hadfield and the Executive Office Buildings, Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC), Norfolk, VA

Patent Artificial Slate, Georgian Group, London, UK

George Hadfield’s City Hall: ‘the handsomest building in the United States’, Society of Architectural Historians conference, Washington, DC

Honour’s Temple: ‘The Most Conspicuous Residence in America’ George Hadfield’s Arlington House, Comité International d’Histoire de l’Art, Amsterdam, Netherlands

‘Brought up a Catholic’: the Hadfield family in Florence, London and Washington, Catholic Historical Society of Washington, Washington, D.C.

George Hadfield, Architect, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA