Caroline Mesrobian Hickman teaches American Architecture in the School of Architecture, Urban Planning, and Historic Preservation at the University of Maryland. Her research interests focus on the architecture of Washington, DC, during the first half of the 20th century. She has contributed chapters and articles to publications including The Turkish Ambassador’s Residence and the Cultural History of Washington, DC (2013), Housing Washington (2010), Washington History, and the Hrant Dink Foundation series on Armenian studies. Her current book project, The Architecture of Mihran Mesrobian, traces the career of that prominent architect in Ottoman Turkey and Washington, DC. She has successfully landmarked a number of Mesrobian’s buildings and curated exhibitions on historic Washington architecture.
PhD, Art History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
MA, Art History, Tulane University
BA, Anthropology, Duke University