ICJS Departments and Staff

The Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies oversees and coordinates the work of several of Monticello's scholarly departments. This concerted, multidisciplinary approach is a hallmark of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation's dedication to advancing broadly the Jeffersonian legacy.

Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies
Archaeology
Jefferson Library
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series


 Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies

On the Web at: http://www.monticello.org/site/research-and-collections/robert-h-smith-international-center-jefferson-studies


Archaeology

  • Lynsey Bates, Archaeological Analyst, The Digital Archive of Comparative Slavery
  • Jenn Briggs, Archeological Analyst, Mulberry Row Reassessment
  • Leslie Cooper, Archaeological Analyst, The Digital Archive of Comparative Slavery
  • Chris Devine, Laboratory Assistant, Monticello Lab
  • Jillian Galle, Project Manager, The Digital Archive of Comparative Slavery - e-mail
  • Fraser Neiman, Director of Archaeology - e-mail
  • Elizabeth Sawyer, Archaeological Analyst, Monticello Lab
  • Derek Wheeler, Research Archaeologist - e-mail

On the Web at: http://www.monticello.org/site/research-and-collections/monticello-archaeology

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Jefferson Library

On the Web at: http://www.monticello.org/site/research-and-collections/jefferson-library

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Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series

On the Web at: http://www.monticello.org/site/research-and-collections/papers-thomas-jefferson-retirement-series

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The Valentine Museum in Richmond has a watercolor of the State Capitol in Richmond attributed to William Goodacre by Fiske Kimball. Is it possible that the watercolor was actually done by Thomas Jefferson in preparation for construction and subsequently copied in an engraving by William Goodacre?

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