Architectural History of the British Isles

Series Editor: Dr Tim Brittain-Catlin, University of Cambridge

British architectural history has a very prominent reputation internationally and sets the standard for publishing and for the development of new ideas and narratives in the field. Covering all periods of architectural history, the series consists of accessible and authoritative studies of specific periods, styles, architects and types of building, and provides fresh insights into fascinating subjects with perpetual appeal. The series is not comprehensive in terms of its selection, but offers the best scholarship in this field, reflecting the richness and quality of British architecture. 

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The Series Advisory Board welcomes proposals. Please contact Val Rose (, Commissioning Editor, Architecture and Design at Lund Humphries, in the first instance, stating your interest in this series.

Series Advisory Board:

Dr Timothy Brittain-Catlin (Chairman), Director of Studies in Architecture and Design, Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge

Dr James W.P. Campbell, Professor of Architecture and Construction History and Seear Fellow in Architecture and History of Art, Queens’ College, University of Cambridge

Dr Christine Casey, Professor in Architectural History, Trinity College Dublin

Dr John Goodall, Architectural editor, Country Life

Professor Hilary J. Grainger, Professor Emerita of Architectural History, University of the Arts and Honorary Professor, Durham University

Professor Aonghus MacKechnie, former Head of Heritage Management at Historic Scotland and Visiting Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Strathclyde

Professor Elizabeth McKellar, Emerita Professor of Architectural and Design History, Open University

Dr Alan Powers, former Professor of Architecture at the University of Greenwich and Chairman of the Twentieth Century Society

The Revd Professor William Whyte, Professor of Social Studies and Architecture, Fellow and Tutor in History, St John’s College, University of Oxford

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