2011 Book Prize Candidates

The Victory Album: Reflections on the Good Life after the Good War Philip D. Beidler Univ. of Alabama Press
Buildings, Landscapes, and Memory Daniel Bluestone W.W. Norton & Co.
Places of Public Memory: The Rhetoric of Museums and Memorials Greg Dickinson, Carole Blair, and Brian L. Ott Univ. of Alabama Press
The Architectural Legacy of Wallace A. Rayfield: Pioneer Black Architect of Birmingham, Alabama Allen R. Durough Univ. of Alabama Press
Cemeteries Keith Eggener W.W. Norton & Co.
The Idea of Cultural Heritage Derek Gillman Cambridge Press
This House, This Town: One Couple’s Love Affair with an Old House and a Historic Town Robert Hamblin SEMO Press
Beyond Preservation Andrew Hurley Temple Univ. Press
Cahokia Mounds: America’s First City William Iseminger The History Press
The American Department Store: Transformed 1920-1960 Richard Longstreth Yale Press
Carolina Cottage: A Personal History of the Piazza House Margaret Ruth Little UVA Press
Green Restorations: Sustainable Building and Historic Homes Aaron Lubeck New Society Publishers
Cave Rock: climbers, courts, and a Washoe indian sacred place Matthew S. Makley and Michael J. Makley Univ. of Nevada Press
Cultural Heritage Management Phillis Messenger and George S. Smith Univ. Press of Florida
Lost Mansions of Mississippi, Volume II Mary Carol Miller Univ. Press of Mississippi
Noir Urbanisms: Dystopic Images of the Modern City Gyan Prakash Princeton Press
Line, Shade and Shadow Lois Olcott Price Oak Knoll Books
Seattle and the Roots of Urban Sustainability: Inventing Ecotopia Jeffrey Sanders Univ. of Pittsburgh Press
On the Battlefield of Memory: The First World War and American Remembrance, 1919-1941 Steven Trout Univ. of Alabama Press
Event Cities 4: Concept-Form Bernard Tschumi MIT Press
Manhattan Projects Samuel Zipp Oxford Press

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