From quick reads to detailed analyses, and from housing, to churches and schools, my research on historic buildings is sure to spark your interest.
Back-to-back houses and their communities in 21st century Leeds. PhD thesis. University of York. Available at: https://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/32589/
Feature interview: Bevan, Robert. How Leeds kept the back-to-back house alive. Bloomberg. May 5. Available at: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2023-05-05/the-design-history-of-leeds-back-to-back-homes
Back-to-back houses in Harehills…the story continues. Leeds: Leeds Library and Information Service. March 21. Available at: https://secretlibraryleeds.net/2023/03/21/back-to-back-houses-in-harehills-the-story-continues/
The lost streets project goes live. Leeds: Leeds Library and Information Service. July 23. Available at: https://secretlibraryleeds.net/2021/07/23/the-lost-streets-project-goes-live/
Rediscovering the lost streets of Victorian Burmantofts and Sheepscar, Leeds. Leeds: Leeds Library and Information Service. January 29. Available at: https://secretlibraryleeds.net/2021/01/29/rediscovering-the-lost-streets-of-victorian-burmantofts-and-sheepscar/
Back-to-back houses in twenty-first century Leeds. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/17567505.2019.1571773
Heritage Open Days: Back-to-back houses, Harehills. Leeds. Leeds Library and Information Service. August 24. https://secretlibraryleeds.net/2018/08/24/heritage-open-days-back-to-back-houses-harehills/
The origin, development and decline of back-to-back houses in Leeds, 1787-1937. Industrial Archaeology Review. 39(2), 101-116. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/03090728.2017.1398902
Walking tours of the back-to-back houses, Harehills. Leeds. Leeds Library and Information Service. Sep. 20. https://secretlibraryleeds.net/2017/09/20/walking-tours-of-the-back-to-back-houses-harehills/
Back-to-back houses and their communities. Leeds. Leeds Library and Information Service. May 22. https://secretlibraryleeds.net/2017/05/22/back-to-back-houses-and-their-communities/
“Heritage conservation – the forgotten agenda in Victorian terraced communities” in Chitty, G. ed. Heritage, conservation and communities. London: Routledge. 192-211
Review: Sustainable Building Conservation. Oriel Prizeman in SPAB magazine. Winter. 73.
“Reconciling conflicts between the built heritage and sustainability: the adaptive re-use of school buildings” in WRoCAH Journal (1). Available at: http://journal.wrocah.ac.uk/article/new/
“Approaches to the analysis and interpretation of elite terrace houses in the long eighteenth century” in Postgraduate Perspectives on the Past, 2(1). 37-58. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.9520/ppp/2016.214.
“Changing approaches to the analysis and interpretation of medieval urban houses” in The Post Hole (42) 15-26. Available at: http://theposthole.org/read/article/312
“Visual analysis and phased interpretation of Chantry Chapel, Wakefield” in The Post Hole (41). 18-29. Available at: http://theposthole.org/read/article/306
Sodagar, B, J. Zumbé & K. Amarantidou. “New buildings, New spaces – Planning a Sustainable Environment” in Pettersen, T. ed. Sustainable Building 2002 International Conference. Ecobuild: Oslo.