Professor, Director of Historic Preservation Program

Professor of Historic Preservation, and a tenured member of the University of Vermont History Department. Formerly the Historic Preservation Coordinator for the Vermont Agency of Transportation in Montpelier, Vermont, where he conducted regulatory review to ensure that transportation projects comply with federal and state historic preservation laws, McCullough holds a Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning, a J. D. degree in Law, and masters degrees in historic preservation planning and public policy law.




Prof. McCullough is the author of Old Wheelways: Traces of Bicycle History on the Land; The Landscape of Community: A History of Communal Forests in New England; A Path for Kindred Spirits: The Friendship of Clarence Stein and Benton MacKaye; Crossings: A History Of Vermont Bridges, and numerous other publications.

Robert McCullough

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Historic Preservation, Architectural History and Historic Preservation Law


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Office Location:

212 Wheeler House