Lisa Reilly

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Lisa Reilly

Commonwealth Professor of Architectural History

Lisa Reilly has taught a series of courses with a significant public engagement component including most recently, with Elgin Cleckley, a SARCSEM on identity, place and architecture which introduced first year students to the history and legacies that have shaped Charlottesville and Central Virginia through on-site analysis of the built environment. Other course have developed projects for Ashlawn, the home of James Monroe, and the Albemarle County Office of Equity and Inclusion. She has recently received a 3Cavs grant together with Elgin Cleckley and Alison Booth to work with the Anne Spencer House and Garden in Lynchburg to develop virtual and actual exhibition materials. https://news.virginia.edu/content/summer-institute-k-12-teachers-puts-jefferson-under-microscope https://news.virginia.edu/content/teaching-jefferson-workshop-showcases-digital-resources-nations-teachers https://news.virginia.edu/content/year-after-uva-class-augmented-reality-becomes-reality-monroes-estate