Sarah K. Rovang
Sarah K. Rovang holds a Ph.D. from Brown University in the History of Art & Architecture. She specializes in twentieth-century American architecture with particular attention to technology, modernization, and the rural landscape.
Her dissertation explores the built environment and visual culture related to the Rural Electrification Administration in the United States during the Great Depression and World War II. Her work has been supported by the Wolfsonian-FIU in Miami, FL, the New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians, and Brown University's Joukowsky Summer Research Fellowship. Articles based on her dissertation research have appeared in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (2015) and Buildings and Landscapes (2016).
Born and raised in New Mexico, Sarah graduated with a BA in Architectural History from the University of Virginia in 2010.
She currently resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan and serves as a full-time lecturer at University of Michigan's A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.