Australian Studies in Architectural History: Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia & New Zealand
The Society, 1990 - Architecture - 113 pages
Papers representing the diversity of approaches and concerns among Australian architectural historians, including Brian Andrews, Richard Apperly, Judith Brine and Helen Proudfoot. Includes the paper 'Rethinking Australian Architectural History'.
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