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I am delighted to announce that my book review of Space, Hope, and Brutalism: English Architecture, 1945–1975 by Elain Harwood (Yale University Press, 2015) is published in immediations 2016, volume 4 no.1.
Space, Hope and Brutalism is a comprehensive overview of Brutalist and post-war English architecture, covering both public and private buildings, and will no doubt become a seminal reference book for researchers and academics. This is my first review published in print, however the full text is also available to read on immediation’s website:
(Yes, the URL doesn’t correspond to the reviewed title, but it is linked correctly)
immediations is an annual, peer-reviewed art history journal with articles and reviews contributed by current and former postgraduate students at The Courtauld Institute of Art. The journal is open access and all content can be read on their website. Printed copies of the journal can be purchased by contacting the Editors directly.