Theses and Dissertations

The following list of theses and dissertations were completed under the guidance of the staff at the Center for Historic Preservation.

iconTheses and dissertations at the MTSU James E. Walker Library.

Full text for many theses and dissertations is available online for those with university library access, with new publications being added every semester.


Publication TitleYear PublishedFull NamePublication Type
Historic Preservation Theory and the Experience of a Community of Workers: A Case Study of Bowling Green, Kentucky 1998

Lena L. Sweeten

Cultural Heritage Tourism as a Tool for Preservation and Economic Development: Three Case Studies 2002

Carole Lois Summers

'Yes I Was a House Slave; I Slept Under the Stairway in the Closet.' Slave Housing and Landscapes of Tennessee 1780-1860: An Architectural Synthesis 2012

Michael Strutt

Enriching the Public History Dialogue: Effective Museum Education Programs for Audiences with Special Needs 2013

Mary Kate Stringer

Agriculture in the Nolichucky River Valley from 1774-1956: The Earnest Farms Historic District in Greene County, Tennessee 2001

Jennifer P. Stoecker

Mapping Out Institutional Changes: Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee 1997

Harrison Lea Stamm

Preservation Easements: Configuring an Historic Preservation Strategy 2013

David Sprouse

The Impact of the Colonial Revival in Historic Houses in Middle Tennessee, 1928-1948 1999

Rebecca L. Smith

The Aristocracy of Pre-Revolutionary Virginia: An Examination of Noblesse Oblige 1971

Judith Reeves Skelley

Late Georgian Architecture in Middle Tennessee: A Study of Construction, Historic Preservation, and Interpretation 1991

Susan Marie Skarbowski


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