Brother Wins UK Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Digital Studies' Campus and Community Excellence Award
Janie-Rice Brother, an architectural historian of the Kentucky Archaeological Survey recently received the UK Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Digital Studies' Campus and Community Excellence in Writing award for her blog titled Architecture and Landscapes from the Bluegrass and Beyond.
Brother has over 15 years of cultural resource experience in the Ohio River Valley, the Mid-Atlantic, and southeast. Prior to coming to UK, Brother spent four years at the Kentucky Heritage Council, the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), where she was responsible for review of the above-ground Section 106 projects in the state. While at the SHPO, she oversaw a county-wide survey that culminated in the documentation of over 800 rural and urban resources and numerous public presentations.
Brother studies the landscape of Kentucky and blogs about its vanishing heritage. She also spends a lot of time in England and marvels over houses, landscapes and gardens. Along with reading her blog, you can follow her on Instagram and Facebook.
Check out Architecture and Landscapes from the Bluegrass and Beyond at www.gardenstogables.com.