Dr. James M. Goode

Senior Advisory Committee

Member

 

Dr. James M. Goode has served as the Curator of the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection since 1992, and is a noted authority on the history of Washington, D.C.  Earlier in his career he served as Curator of the Smithsonian Castle.                                 

 

In 2015, he published The Evolution of Washington, D.C., and was awarded the Visionary Historian Award that year.  Prior to that he authored Capital Losses: A Cultural History of Washington’s Destroyed Buildings; Best Addresses: A Century of Washington’s Distinguished Apartment Houses; and Capital Views: Historic Photographs of Washington, D.C.,                                                                            

In 2017, Dr. Goode was honored with the Individual Lifetime Achievement Award from the D.C. Preservation League’s District of Columbia Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation.

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Rediscovering District of Columbia history – and its consequential role in determining contemporary politics and policy serves as our primary charge.

We will establish platforms for making Washington, D.C. history more accessible and intriguing to contemporary audiences and explore, especially through the lens of the Nation’s Capital, the cultural/political fault-lines that have perennially plagued our nation and obstructed our quest to become a more perfect union.

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