Contributor Profile

Louis P. Nelson

Louis P. Nelson is an associate professor of architectural history and an associate dean in the University of Virginia School of Architecture. A specialist in the built environments of American colonial architecture and the architectures and landscapes of the early modern Atlantic world, Nelson’s teaching and research focues on the close examination of evidence, both material and textual, as a means of interrogating the ways architecture shapes the human experience.

Nelson participated in the Spring Institute for Lived Theology 2006.