The Society of Architectural Historians promotes the study, interpretation, and conservation of architecture, design, landscapes, and urbanism worldwide for the benefit of all.


To carry out our educational mission, we publish print and digital resources including JSAHSAH ArchipediaBuildings of the United States, and SAHARA. We organize annual conferencesvirtual programsstudy tours, and graduate student programs to promote scholarship and public engagement with the history of the built environment. We award fellowships and grants to support academic research and present awards that recognize excellence in scholarship and professional service. We also advocate on issues related to preservation, higher education, and the humanities.


SAH serves approximately 2,300 individual members and 600 institutional members in 54 countries. Our members include architectural historians, art historians, landscape historians, architects, preservationists, urban planners, teachers, graduate students, museum professionals, and individuals from other professions who share a passion for the built environment. Join SAH today