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Sarah is a Teaching Fellow in Architectural History and Theory.
Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Conservation. She then read for her MPhil and PhD in Architectural History and Theory, both at the University of Bath.
Sarah's research concentrates on the history of architecture of the 20th century. Her PhD research examined the life and work of architect Patrick Gwynne (1913-2003), with particular reference to his design of The Homewood in 1938. The research focussed on Gwynne's elegant and decorative approach to the idealism of the Modern Movement. The MPhil focussed on the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, with particular reference to the work of Elizabeth Whitworth Scott.
Sarah is a regular contributor to The Modernist journal, focussing on a variety of topics ranging from British Modernism, architecture of the 1960s, Brutalism and Amercian Modernism.
Supervisor: Samuel, F. (Supervisor) & Wilson Jones, M. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › MPhil
Supervisor: Wilson Jones, M. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › PhD