Introductions with Leslie Greene Bowman, President of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation and Andrew O'Shaughnessy, Saunders Director of the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies at Monticello
Marie Frank, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts – Lowell, "Fiske and Marie Kimball: An Introduction"
Richard Guy Wilson, Emeritus Professor, University of Virginia, Keynote: "The Arc of Architectural History to S. Fiske Kimball"
Danielle S. Willkens, Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, "Domestic architecture in diagram: Kimball as architect-historian and the case for spatial analysis"
John Vick, Collections Project Manager, Philadelphia Museum of Art, "Architectural Imagination: Fiske Kimball’s Modern Museum"
Carl Lounsbury, Emeritus Senior Architectural Historian, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, "The Williamsburg Decalogue: Fiske Kimball and the Formation of Restoration Principles at Colonial Williamsburg, 1928-1934"
John Sprinkle, Jr., Bureau Historian, National Park Service, "Fiske Kimball and the National Park Service"
Gardiner Hallock, Vice President for Architecture, Collections, and Facilities, the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, "'have still a little patience':Fiske Kimball and the Restoration of Monticello"
Susan Kern, Executive Director of the Historic Campus and Adjunct Associate Professor of History, College of William & Mary, "Marie Kimball as a Scholar and Historian"
Ann Lucas, Senior Historian, the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies at Monticello, "Fiske and Marie Kimball’s Legacy in the Interpretation of Jefferson at Monticello"
Susan Stein, Richard Gilder Senior Curator, Special Projects, Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Concluding remarks
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