Greetings from the Bluegrass!

I recently defended my dissertation on the environmental and cultural transformations of the Inner Bluegrass landscape from the era prior to Euro-American incursions through emancipation at the University of Kentucky.

I work at the Kentucky Historical Society as the Community Engagement Coordinator, where I administer the Historical Marker Program, among other duties. I’ve also served as the Book Review Editor of the Register, the state’s scholarly quarterly. I recently taught American history surveys my at alma mater, Centre College.

Breeder's Cup

With the Breeder’s Cup statue at Keeneland in Lexington, Kentucky, October 2015.



One thought on “Welcome

  1. Hello Andrew Patrick; Stumbled upon you via your recent Register article on the transformation of the Bluegrass. Am myself a long-time Kentucky preservationist/consultant. I am presently working on the graphic interpretation for the visitor viewing area for the Old Frankfort Pike Historic and Scenic Byway. I would love to have a chance to stop by when I am in KY next (week of and after Derby) and say hello to you and chat about your great research and work and all things historic landscape.
    kind regards, Chris Amos


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