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Before Grenfell: North Kensington’s Slums and Suburbs Invited Speaker The Bartlett School of Construction & Project Management, UCL 09-OCT-2020
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Panel: Class, race, economic status and housing
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23-OCT-2020
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Reviewer Peer Review Role The Journal of Architecture 2020
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Reviewer Peer Review Role Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 2020
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Reviewer Peer Review Role AJAR (Arena Journal of Architectural Research) 2020
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Reviewer Peer Review Role Architectural History (SAHGB) 2020
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Reviewer Peer Review Role OASE 2020
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Member Member Architectural Research European Network Association (ARENA) 01-OCT-2019
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ARENA is an open, inclusive and comprehensive network for architectural researchers across Europe. ARENA offers a shared platform that aims to promote, support, develop and disseminate high-quality research in all fields of architecture in the widest sense, including its links to building technology, environmental design, sustainable development, interior design, landscape architecture and urban design/urbanism, operating in domains from science and technology to arts and humanities. To do so it works alongside all existing bodies to promote the quality, breadth and significance of architectural research to the key institutions involved.
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Hans Hollein: Alles ist Architektur Other Knowledge Transfer beyond Academia Austrian Cultural Forum London 19-JUN-2019
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Lecture and Book Launch
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Member Member Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain 2019
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The Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain brings together all those with an interest in the history of the built environment – academics, architects, heritage experts and the wider public. As the leading body in the field, they believe that appreciation of architectural history plays a vital role in understanding our culture, past and present. With the help of its members, the SAHGB publishes new research, organises a broad range of events, provides educational opportunities and advances the understanding of the built histories of all periods and places, in Britain and beyond.
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Before the Bilbao Effect: A Case Study of Hans Hollein's Museum Abteiberg in Mönchengladbach Invited Speaker DoCoMoMo 28-AUG-2018
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15th International DoCoMoMo Conference: Metamorphosis. Ljubljana, Slovenia. Panel: Downtown Reloaded.
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31-AUG-2018
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