Thomas Hines (architectural historian)

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Thomas S. Hines (born 1936) is a notable professor emeritus of history and architecture at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he taught cultural, urban and architectural history for many years.

Hines received his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1971.

Hines is the author of Burnham of Chicago: Architect and Planner, which won the Dunning Prize in 1972. Other works include Richard Neutra and the Search for Modern Architecture, William Faulkner and the Tangible Past: The Architecture of Yoknapatawpha, Irving Gill and the Architecture of Reform, and "Architecture of the Sun: Los Angeles Modernism, 1900-1970" as well as numerous articles in a wide variety of periodicals.

Hines has held Guggenheim, Fulbright, NEH and Getty fellowships and was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1994.

Books[edit]

  • Hines, Thomas S., Burnham of Chicago: Architect and Planner, Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York 1974, ISBN 0-19-501836-2
  • Hines, Thomas S., Irving Gill and the Architecture of Reform, Monacelli Press, New York 2000, ISBN 1-58093-016-6
  • Hines, Thomas S., Richard Neutra and the Search for Modern Architecture, Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York 1982; Rizzoli, New York 2006 ISBN 0-8478-2763-1
  • Hines, Thomas S., William Faulkner and the Tangible Past: The Architecture of Yoknapatawpha, University of California Press, Berkeley 1997, ISBN 0-520-20293-7
  • Hines, Thomas S. "Architecture of the Sun: Los Angeles Modernism, 1900-1970" Rizzoli Press, 2010, ISBN 978-0-8478-3320-7

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