Check out the January/February 2018 Issue of Communiqué

Posted by: Sarah Ripple on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 12:00:00 am

See our College of Fellows inductees, winners of the Harley J. McKee Award and APT Bulletin Awards 2017, the 2017 Martin E. Weaver Scholar, and Getty professional Travel Grants awardees!

You can also catch up on events from local APT chapters and Committee and member news and start planning for the many conferences and training opportunities coming up!

You definitely don’t want to miss this issue’s Resource Roundup, which discusses open-access conference papers made available by the Historical and Masonry Structures Group of the Universidade do Minho, in Braga, Portugal.

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