HistBEKE classified bibliography

The methodology used for this bibliography is described in the HistBEKE recommendations report, Section 3.3. Where subdivisions of categories (particularly in relation to building types and periods/styles) did not map consistently to the literature, they have not been applied. The contents will inevitably be incomplete. For further development, see Recommendation 3a in the main report.

Architecture/Buildings

Building categories and types

Agriculture and subsistence

Aston, M, Eccleston, M, Forbes, M, Hall, T. 2012. Medieval Farming in Winscombe Parish in North Somerset. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society Proceedings, 155, 79-144.

Flatman, J. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Agricultural Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Holyoak, V., Tunnicliffe, S. 2017. The Adaptive Reuse of Traditional Farm Buildings : Historic England Advice Note 9. Historic England, Swindon.

Partington, Adam 2015. The Greater Lincolnshire Farmstead Assessment Framework: Guidelines for Best Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2017. Adapting Traditional Farm Buildings: Best Practice Guidelines for Adaptive Reuse. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2017. The Maintenance and Repair of Traditional Farm Buildings: A Guide to Good Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Crop-related buildings

Edwards, B. 2012. Three Hampshire barns. Historic Farm Buildings Group Review, 13, 16-19. 

Edwards, B. 2017. Barns: Use, Re-use and Misconceptions. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/barns/barns.htm.

Grundy, J. 2012. Staddles and rick stands. Bromyard and District Local History Society Journal, 34, 19-20.

Horsfall-Turner, O. 2012. Bexwell Barn, Bexwell, Norfolk: Analysis and Interpretation. Historic England, Swindon.

Impey, E. 2017. The Great Barn of 1425-7 at Harmondsworth, Middlesex. Historic England, Swindon.

Impey, E., Belford, P. 2017. The Lost Medieval Barn of Abingdon Abbey at Cumnor. Oxoniensia, 82, 35.

Rossi, A. 2012. A tale of two barns: Paston and Waxham. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 56, 35-53. 

Rossi, A. 2013. Paston Barn. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 57, 117-0.

Livestock accommodation

Gould, D. R. 2016. Rabbit warrens of South-West England : landscape context, socio-economic significance and symbolism. PhD, University of Exeter.

Lane, R. 2016. The Riding House, St Giles House, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset: Building Investigation. Historic England, Swindon.

McCann, J., McCann, P. 2012. More Dovecots in Historical Somerset, with other evidence of early pigeonkeeping. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society Proceedings, 155, 67-77.

Walker, P. 2012. Bee boles in Dorset and Somerset. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, 37, March, 101110.

Stables and cart sheds

Peters, J. E. C. 2013. Stables in eastern Herefordshire. Woolhope Naturalists Field Club Trans, 61, 86-94.

Warrener’s lodges

Stanford, C. 2014. The Warren house, Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire: A rare & interesting survival. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 58, 60-86.

Farmhouses

Cann, J., Rolf, B. 2012. Bidwell Barton, Newton St Cyres. Devonshire Association Transactions, 144, 371-378.

Clark, D. 2012. Mill Farm, Church Enstone. South Midlands Archaeology Journal, 42, 62-66. 

Field, N. 2013. Ducksworth Farm, Stagsden, Bedfordshire. South Midlands Archaeology Journal, 43 17-18. 

Fletcher, T. 2013. Gate House Farm, Culworth, Northants. South Midlands Archaeology Journal, 43, 45. 

Hunting buildings (new category)

McCann, J., Ryan, P., Davies, B. 2014. Buildings of the deer hunt to 1642, Part 1. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 58, 28-59. 

McCann, J., Ryan, P., Davies, B. 2015. Buildings of the deer hunt to 1642, Part 2. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 59, 49-69.

Commemorative

Cemeteries

Amadei, G. L. 2014. The evolving paradigm of the Victorian cemeteries : their emergence and contribution to London’s urban growth since 1833. PhD, University of Kent. 

Barrett, R. 2016. Saving Cemeteries. Historic Churches. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/saving-cemeteries/saving-cemeteries.htm>

Newman, B. 2017. A Nanolime Case Study: The City of London Cemetery entrance screen. Historic Churches.

Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/nano-lime/nano-lime.htm

Monuments (general)

Kapridaki, C., Verganelaki, A., Dimitriadou, P., Maravelaki-Kalaitzaki, P. 2018. Conservation of Monuments by a

Three-Layered Compatible Treatment of TEOS-Nano-Calcium Oxalate Consolidant and TEOS-PDMS-TiO2 Hydrophobic/Photoactive Hybrid Nanomaterials. Materials, 11, 5. 

Lawrence, A. 2014. Cleaning Marble Monuments. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/cleaning-marble-monuments/cleaning-marblemonuments.htm.

Marszalek, M. 2016. Identification of secondary salts and their sources in deteriorated stone monuments using micro-Raman spectroscopy, SEM-EDS and XRD. Journal Of Raman Spectroscopy, 47, 12, 1473-1485.

Funerary monuments

Litten, J. 2015. Ledger Stones. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/ledger-stones/ledger-stones.htm.

Strachey, S. 2017. Church Monuments and Their Environment. Historic Churches. Online

Strachey, S. 2013. Churchyard Monuments. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/churchyard-monuments/churchyard-monuments.htm.

Wilhelm, K., Viles, H., Burke, O., Mayaud, J. 2016. Surface hardness as a proxy for weathering behaviour of limestone heritage: a case study on dated headstones on the Isle of Portland, UK. Environmental Earth Sciences, 75, 931, 1-16.

Public monuments

Archer, G. 2013. Public sculpture in Britain: a history. Frontier Publishing, Norwich.

Carpenter, E. 2014. The London Stones: Marking the City of London’s Jurisdiction over the Thames and Medway. Historic England, Swindon.

Franklin, G. 2016. Post-War Public Art: Protection, Care and Conservation. Historic England, Swindon.

McIntosh, A. 2014. ‘It was the heart of the town’ : two public monuments, cultural memory and oral histories in Walkden and Hastings. PhD, University of Brighton.

Pearson, L. 2016. Public Art 1945-95: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Smith, J. F. H. 2013. William Stukeley in Stamford: His Houses, Gardens and a Project for a Palladian Triumphal Arch Over Barn Hill. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 353-400.

Sou, L. 2016. Church of St Edward and the Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire: Geospatial Survey of Standing Medieval Cross. Historic England, Swindon.

War memorials

Historic England. 2015. The Listing and Grading of War Memorials. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2015. Listing War Memorials in England: A Guide for Volunteers. Historic England, Swindon.

Manners, J. 2014. Saving Oldham’s War Memorial. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/oldham-war-memorial/oldham-war-memorial.htm.

Miller, J. 2017. Conserving War Memorials: Structural Problems and Repairs. Historic England, Swindon.

Moreton, F. Reynolds, C. 2016. The Conservation of War Memorial Inscriptions. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/war-memorial-inscriptions/war-memorial-inscriptions.htm.

Pickles, D. 2015. The Conservation, Repair and Management of War Memorials. Historic England, Swindon.

White, J. 2016. Conservation and Management of War Memorial Landscapes. Historic England, Swindon.

Willett, C. 2017. Conserving War Memorials: Cleaning. Historic England, Swindon.

Commerce and exchange buildings

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Commerce and Exchange Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Sharples, J. 2015. Built on Commerce: Liverpool’s Central Business District. Historic England, Swindon.

Smith, J. 2015. Behind the Veneer: South Shoreditch – The Furniture Trade and its Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Shops and shopping

Morrison, K. 2015. Woolworth’s: 100 Years on the High Street. Historic England, Swindon.

Morrison, K. 2016. Shopping Parades: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Markets and exchanges

Orbell, J. 2017. A handsome and substantial building : a history of Bury St Edmunds Corn Exchange. Tailor’s End Press, Bury St Edmunds.

Offices

Chance, H. 2017. The factory in a garden : a history of corporate landscapes from the industrial to the digital age. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

Franklin, G. 2016. The Late 20th-Century Commercial Office: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Holland, J., Jackson, I. 2013. A Monument to Humanism: Pilkington Brothers’ Headquarters (1955-65) by Fry, Drew and Partners. Architectural History, 56, 343-386. 

Kerr, R., Robinson, S. K., Elliott, C. 2016. Modernism, Postmodernism, and corporate power: historicizing the architectural typology of the corporate campus. Management and Organizational History, 11, 2, 123-146.

Inns and hotels

Avermaete, T., Massey, A. 2013. Hotel lobbies and lounges: The architecture of professional hospitality. Routledge, London.

Brandwood, G. 2016. Britain’s Best Real Heritage Pubs: Pub Interiors of Outstanding Historic Interest. CAMRA Books, St Albans.

Brandwood, G. 2017. Real Heritage Pubs of the North West: Pub Interiors of Special Historic Interest. CAMRA Books, St Albans.

Cole, E. 2015. The Urban and Suburban Public House in Inter-War England, 1918-1939. Historic England, Swindon.

Holcombe, L. 2013. Modernisation in the metropolis : interiors, gender and luxury in the Regent Palace Hotel (1888-1935). Phd, Kingston University.

Main, J. 2013. The last years of the many inns of St Albans. Hertfordshire’s Past, 22, Autumn, 15-21. 

Marshall, G. 2013. ‘Bad Beds and Worse Eating’, the Restoration and Revival of the New Inn, Stowe. Records of Buckinghamshire, 53.

Marshall, G. 2012. Stowe, New Inn. South Midlands Archaeology Journal, 42, 18-19.

Menuge, Adam. 2015. Dove Cottage, Grasmere, Cumbria: Historic Building Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Morley, R. 2012. The beasts at the inn. SPAB Magazine, Autumn, 56-62. 

Upson, A., David, B. 2013. The Pheasant Public House, Amersham, Bucks. South Midlands Archaeology Journal, 43, 31. 

Walls, S. H., Morris, B. 2013. The Three Crowns Hotel: evidence of a medieval tenement and early 18th-century Inn clearance in High Street Chagford. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 71, 99-121.

Watkins, A. 2014. Humphrey Ryddell and the Swan at Coleshill: a sixteenth-century small-town innkeeper and his inn. Warwickshire History, 15, 2, 51-71.

Clubs and lodges

Izzard, M. J. 2016. Harlestone Park, good air and good golf : a history. Martin Izzard and Northampton Golf Club, Northampton.

Tomes, J. 2012. Phyllis Court : club and manor. Phyllis Court Members’ Club Ltd, Henley-on-Thames.

Warehouses

Giles, C. 2015. Storehouses of Empire: Liverpool’s historic warehouses. Historic England.

Taylor, S. 2015. Manchester: The Warehouse Legacy: An Introduction and Guide. Historic England, Swindon.

Communication buildings

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Utilities and Communication Structures. Historic England, Swindon.

Telecommunication

Liffen, J. 2013. Telegraphy and telephones. Industrial Archaeology Review, 35, 1, 22-39. 

Signalling

Minnis, J. 2012. Railway Signal Boxes: A Review. Historic England, Swindon.

Reeves, C. D. 2016. Policy for conservation of heritage railway signal boxes in Great Britain. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 1, 43-59. 

Watchtowers

Smith, J. 2016. Coastguard Stations: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Culture and entertainment buildings

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Culture and Entertainment. Historic England, Swindon.

Libraries

Fenton, C. B. 2013. The Library Designs of Sir Basil Spence, Glover & Ferguson. Architectural Heritage, 24.

Harwood, E. 2016. The English Public Library 1945-85: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Hodgson, J. 2012. ‘Carven stone and blazoned pane’ : The Design and Construction of the John Rylands Library. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 89, 1.

Lewis, D. 2015. Developing Modernity: Giles Gilbert Scott’s Design for the New Bodleian Library. Bodleian Library Record, 28, 1, 47-68. 

Penney, C. 2016. Peter Hoare and the Hurd Library at Hartlebury Castle, Worcestershire. Library & Information History, 32, 1-2, 46-57.

Prizeman, O., Jones, C. B., Parisi, M., Pezzica, C. 2018. How can century-old architectural hierarchies for the design of public libraries be re-interpreted and re-used?. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 8, 4 481-494.

Taylor, S. 2016. The English Public Library 1850-1939: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

West, S. 2013. An architectural typology for the early modern country house library, 1660-1720. Library, 14, 4, 441-464.

Woodcock, S. 2012. The Mystery of the Wray Castle Library Panelling and Manchester Central Library. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 89, 2, 203-225. 

Museums

MacLeod, S. 2012. Museum architecture : a new biography. Routledge, London.

McKane, A. 2012. Tate Liverpool as a force for social renewal? : a critical study of art museum education, expansion and urban change (1988-2008). PhD, University of Liverpool.

Willkens, D.S. 2016. Reading Words and Images in the Description(s) of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Architectural Histories. 4, 1, 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.204.

Zhang, L. 2016. Towards conflict resolution and collaborative consensus-making : a participatory approach to architecture design in the Nottingham Natural History Museum, Wollaton Hall. PhD, University of Nottingham. 

Concert Halls

Cohen, S. 2015. Sites of popular music heritage [electronic book] : memories, histories, places. Routledge. New York.

Cohen, S. 2018. Liverpool’s Musical Landscapes. Historic England, Swindon.

Kronenburg, R. H. 2015. From Shed to Venue: The Arena Concert Event Space. In B. Halligan, K. FaircloughIsaacs, R. Edgar, & N. Spielman (eds.), The Arena Concert Music, Media and Mass Entertainment (pp. 73-84). Bloomsbury Publishing, New York. 

Kronenburg, R. H. 2012. Live Architecture: Popular Music Venues, Stages and Arenas. Routledge, Oxford.

Theatres

Clifford, C. R. 2013. Performance spaces in English royal palaces, 1509-1642. PhD, University of Birmingham. 

Fair, A. 2015. Setting the scene: Perspectives on twentieth-century theatre architecture. Routledge, London. 

Fair, A. 2018. Modern playhouses : an architectural history of Britain’s new theatres, 1945-1985. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Fair, A. 2017. Post-War Theatre Architecture: Informed Conservation and Development. Edinburgh College of Art.

Hannah, D. 2014. Event space: theatre architecture and the historical avant-garde. Routledge, Abingdon.

Lopez, M. 2015. Objective evaluation of a simulation of the acoustics of a medieval urban space used for dramatic performances. Applied Acoustics, 88, 38-43. 

Shorney, J. 2015. Knightstone: the story of Weston-super-Mare’s ‘Island’ Theatre. Redcliffe Press Ltd, Bristol. 

Cinemas

Eyles, A., Stone, K. 2014. London’s West End Cinemas. English Heritage, Swindon.

Zoological

Tappin, S. 2016. Repair works at Dudley Zoo. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 169, 1, 11-21.

Piers

Barry, C. 2015. From pier to modernity: architectural histories of the seaside pier, 1861-1914. PhD, Middlesex University. 

Bandstands (new category)

Rabbitts, P. 2018. Bandstands: Pavilions for music, entertainment and leisure. Historic England, Swindon.

Domestic

Vernacular houses

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2012. An early fifteenth-century Warwickshire cruck house using joggled halvings. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 19-27. 

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2013. The earliest tree-ring dated base-cruck house: 21 High Street, Alcester, Warwickshire. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 74-78. 

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2013. The medieval peasant house in Midland England. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Ara, D., Rashid, M. 2016. Imaging Vernacular Architecture: A Dialogue with Anthropology on Building Process. Architectural Theory Review, 21, 2, 172-195. 

Bowlt, C. 2014. The archaeology and history of a house (1400-1985) at Ruislip, Middlesex, Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, 2014, 58-63.

Campbell, J. W. P. 2012. Architectural design and exterior display in gentry houses in 14th and 15th-century England. PhD, Queen’s University Belfast. 

Charles, A. C. 2017. Deciphering the ‘Dutch houses’ : Netherlandish architectural influence in East Kent, 15501750. University of Kent.

Davies, P. 2015. A Yorkshire Yeoman’s house through the ages: the story of Field Head, Dodworth. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Duck, J. 2015. The profane and the sacred : expressions of belief in the domestic buildings of Southern Fenland, circa 1500 to 1700 AD. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Dyer, C. 2013. Living in peasant houses in late medieval England. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 19-27. 

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Domestic 1: Vernacular Houses. Historic England, Swindon.

Howson, T. 2012. A small in-line hall house. Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter, 5, 7.

Howson, T. 2014. A pair of late medieval two-cell houses in an Essex village, and a regional context for the building type. Vernacular Architecture, 45, 67-80. 

Johnson, C. 2016. Steep, Strait and High : ancient houses of Central Lincoln. The Lincoln Record Society, The Boydell Press, Lincoln. 

Jordan, T., Walrond, L. 2014. The Cotswold House. Amberley Publishing, Stroud.

Menuge, A., Went, D. 2013. Nappa Hall, Askrigg, North Yorkshire: An Investigation and Assessment of the Late Medieval Hall in its Immediate Setting. Historic England, Swindon.

Menuge, Adam. 2015. Dove Cottage, Grasmere, Cumbria: Historic Building Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Pearson, S. 2012. The provision of services in medieval houses in Kent. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 28-46. 

Tankard, D. 2012. Houses of the Weald and Downland: people and houses of south-east England c1300-1900. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Walker, J. 2014. Baythorne Hall, a raised-aisle hall in Birdbrook, Essex, and its relationship to other raisedaisled halls. Vernacular Architecture, 45, 81-95.

Town houses

Aymonino, A., Guerci, M. 2016. The architectural transformation of Northumberland House under the 7th Duke of Somerset and the 1st Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, 1748-86. The Antiquaries Journal, 96, 315-361.

Baker, N. 2018. The Houses of Hereford 1200-1700. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Blackwell, T.Kohl, S. 2018. Urban heritages: How history and housing finance matter to housing form and homeownership rates. Urban Studies. 55, 16, 3669-3688. 

Clark, D. 2013. Oxford 84 St Aldate’s rear wing. South Midlands Archaeology Journal, 43, 67-68.

Dou, P. 2013. Liberated urban flexibility : coordinated flexibility factors in the performance of the 19th century British terraced housing. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Guillery, P., Kroll, D. 2017. Mobilising Housing Histories: Learning from London’s Past for a Sustainable Future. RIBA Publishing, London.

Harrison, J. 2017. The Origin, Development and Decline of Back-to-Back Houses in Leeds, 1787–1937. Industrial Archaeology Review, 39, 2, 101-116.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Domestic 2: Town Houses. Historic England, Swindon.

John, E. 2013. Drawing rooms, dining rooms and parlours in the homes of London’s middling sorts 1740-1810. Regional Furniture, 27, 141-155. 

Johnson, C. 2016. Steep, Strait and High : ancient houses of Central Lincoln. The Lincoln Record Society, The Boydell Press, Lincoln. 

Leech, R. 2014. The Town House in Medieval and Early Modern Bristol. Historic England, Swindon.

Marti Balcells, A. 2018. Domestic architecture and the making of sexual culture in English, French, and German-language narrative fiction, 1856-1927. PhD, University of Kent.

Mohammadpourkarbasi, H. 2013. The eco-refurbishment of a 19th Century terraced house: energy and cost performance for current and future UK climates. Buildings, 3, 220-224. 

Mohammadpourkarbasi, H. 2015. The eco-refurbishment of a 19th century terraced house : energy, carbon and cost performance for current and future UK climates. PhD, University of Liverpool.

Musson, J. 2014. Aubrey House. Historic England, Swindon.

Newman, C. 2017. Reducing Energy Use in Traditional Dwellings: Analysis of Four Solid Wall Houses in Reading. Historic England, Swindon.

Palaiologou, G. 2015. Between buildings and streets : a study of the micromorphology of the London terrace and the Manhattan row house 1880-2013. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Parker, R.W., Bishop, P., Collings, A.G., McNeilage, R. 2013. No. 18 North Street, Exeter: A 17th-century Merchant House with Painted Panelling. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 71, 123-185. 

Pelsmakers, S. 2017. Recent Approaches to Sustainable Retrofit of Victorian Houses. In Guillery, P., Kroll, D. Mobilising housing histories : learning from London’s past, 177-191. RIBA Publishing, London.

Stourton, J. Great Houses of London. Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd, London.

Stuart, R. B. 2014. Bowhill: The archaeological study of a building under repair in Exeter, Devon, 1977-95.

Historic England, Swindon.

Theodossopoulos, D. 2016. The need for conservation management in European 19th century urban housing. Proceedings for the Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions, SAHC. 

Them, C. 2015. Robert Adam’s first Marylebone house: the story of General Robert Clerk, the Countess of Warwick and their mansion in Mansfield Street. The Georgian Group Journal, 23, 125-146.

Thom, C. 2013. The Survey and housing. The Victorian (Journal of the Victorian Society), 44, 8-11.

Thorp, J. R.L. 2012. The construction, presentation and development of a merchant’s town house c.1500-1740: 38 North Street, Exeter. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 70, 147-250.

Vanoli, D. 2012. The Arab Hall, Leighton House Museum: Restoration and conservation works 2008-10. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 18, 1, 27-46.

Willkens, D.S. 2016. Reading Words and Images in the Description(s) of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Architectural Histories. 4, 1, 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.204.

Suburban and country houses

Blundell Jones, P. 2012. History on the margin: Unravelling the changing fortunes of a Devon house and its relation to the locality. Journal of Architecture, 17, 2, 191-212.

Bond, J. Clark, D. 2017. Appleton Manor: A ‘Most Remarkable Mansion’. Oxoniensia, 82, 1.

Burnstock, A., Sitwell, C., Daunt, C., Freeman, S. 2012. A room transposed: A technical and historical study of the King’s Room, Westwood Manor, Wiltshire, UK. Studies in Conservation, 57, SUPPL. 1. 

Cady, M. A. 2014. The conservation of country house ruins. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Campbell, J. W. P. 2012. Architectural design and exterior display in gentry houses in 14th and 15th-century England. PhD, Queen’s University Belfast. 

Clifford, C. R. 2013. Performance spaces in English royal palaces, 1509-1642. PhD, University of Birmingham. 

Clifford, H., Sweetmore, K. From Competition to Collaboration : Local Record Office and University Archives, and the Country House. In Finn, M. New Paths to Public Histories. Palgrave Pivot, Basingstoke.

Cole, E. 2017. Theobalds, Hertfordshire: The Plan and Interiors of an Elizabethan Country House. Architectural History, 60, 71-116. 

Cooper, N. 2014. Sutton Place re-examined. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 173-210. 

Cromwell, T. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Northamptonshire : An archaeological evaluation of the East Courtyard and the Service Courtyard. Historic England, Swindon.

Daws, G., Hobbs, P. 2015. The variety of brick types and sizes used at Old St. Albans Court, Nonington. Archaeologia Cantiana, 136, 281-293. 

Dresser, M., Hann, A. 2013. Slavery and the British Country House. Historic England.

Geraghty, A. 2016. Castle Howard and the Interpretation of English Baroque Architecture. In Hallett, M., Llewellyn, N., and Myrone, M. (eds). Court Country City: British Art and Architecture, 1660-1735 (Studies in British Art, 24), 127-149. 

Hague, S. G. 2015. The Gentleman’s House in the British Atlantic World 1680-1780. Palgrave, London.

Hague, S. G. 2013. Furnishing for gentility: evidence from small classical houses in Gloucestershire, 1680-1770. Regional Furniture, 27, 45-73. 

Hall, M. 2017. Butterfield’s houses. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Hann, A. 2016. The Country House: Material culture and consumption. Historic England.

Hardwick, K. 2013. Lower Ashes, Stansfield, Revisited : 1614-2013. Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society, 21.

Harney, M. 2013. Place-making for the imagination: Horace Walpole and Strawberry Hill. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Farnham. 

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : North Gatehouse Roof : Historic Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : Record of opening up : Volume 5 : Historic Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : The Dovecot Roof  :Historic Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire: Record of opening up : Volume 4 Historic : Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N. 2013. Hall and Chambers: Oakham Castle Reconsidered. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 163-216. 

Hill, N., Liddle, P. 2013. Donington le Heath Manor House Revisited. Leicestershire Archaeology and History Society Transactions, 87, 161-189. 

Hill, N., Morrison, K 2014. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire: Record of Opening up: Volume Six. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Domestic 3: Suburban and Country Houses. Historic England, Swindon.

Kerr, S. 2016. A study of lodging ranges in late Medieval England. PhD, Queen’s University Belfast.

Knott, C. A. 2012. George Vernon and the building of Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire : punching above his weight?. PhD, University of Warwick.

Legard, J. 2014. Queen Anne, Court Culture and the Construction of Blenheim Palace. Journal for EighteenthCentury Studies, 37, 2, 185-197.

Leyland, M. R. 2016. Patronage and the architectural profession : the country house in nineteenth-century Northamptonshire. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Lindfield, P. N. 2018. Horace Walpole’s Strawberry Hill House (1749). In S. Bacon. The Gothic, 153-160. Peter Lang Ltd, Witney.

Livingstone, N. 2015. The mistresses of Cliveden : three centuries of scandal, power and intrigue in an English stately home. Arrow Books Ltd., London.

Marti Balcells, A. 2018. Domestic architecture and the making of sexual culture in English, French, and German-language narrative fiction, 1856-1927. PhD, University of Kent.

Mills, J. 2013. Nurse’s Cottage, Branston. Lincolnshire Past & Present, 92, Summer, 5-6.

Minihan, G. 2015. Ightham Mote in the fourteenth century : the lived experience of Sir Thomas Couen (d.1372). University of Southampton.

Munby, J. 2014. Out of his element: Mr Johnson, Sir Joseph Banks and Tattershall Castle. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 253-289.

Musson, J. 2014. Aubrey House. Historic England, Swindon.

Palmer, M., West, I. 2016. Technology in the Country House. Historic England, Swindon.

Reed, C., Smith, K. Collaborating across Heritage and Higher Education to Reveal the Global History of Osterley Park House. In Finn, M., Smith, K. (eds). New Paths to Public Histories, 47-72. Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Roberts, R. J. 2012. ‘Two meane fellows grand projectors’ : the self-projection of Sir Arthur Ingram and Lionel Cranfield, Earl of Middlesex, 1600-1645, with particular reference to their houses. PhD, Teesside University. 

Roberts, R. 2015. ‘The Untold Story’ : The mediated female ghost in England’s Blenheim Palace. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 18, 1, 35-51.

Rodwell, K., Bell, R. 2013. Acton Court: The evolution of an early Tudor courtier’s house. Historic England, Swindon.

Salmon, F. 2013. Our Great Master Kent’ and the Design of Holkham Hall: A Reassessment. Architectural History, 56, 63-96.

Smith, A. L. R. 2017. Acquisition, patronage and display : contextualising the art collections of Longford Castle during the long eighteenth century. PhD, Birkbeck, University of London.

Smith, J. 2012. Freeholders’ Home Estate, Eastbourne, Darlington, Durham: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Smith, J. F. H. 2013. William Stukeley in Stamford: His Houses, Gardens and a Project for a Palladian Triumphal Arch Over Barn Hill. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 353-400.

Stobart, J. 2013. Inventories and the changing furnishings of Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire, 1717-1819. Regional Furniture, 27, 1-43.

Stutchbury, A. 2016. ‘At home’ in Standen : a study of the Beale family’s lived experience of their latenineteenth century Arts and Crafts home, 1890-1914. PhD, University of Sussex, Sussex.

Withey, M, Menuge, A. 2016. Dee House: An Investigation And Assessment Of The Early 18th-Century House And 19th-Century Convent School. Historic England, Swindon.

Yallop, R. 2017. Villa rustica, villa suburbana : Vernacular Italianate architecture in Britain, 1800-1860. PhD, University of Oxford.

Wells, E. J. 2017. A History and Analysis of the Hall. In Brightman, J. (ed). Charting Chipeling: The Archaeology of the Kiplin Estate. Solstice Heritage, Northallerton.

The modern house and housing

Agkathidis, A. 2018. Sustainable Retrofits: Post War Residential Towers in Britain. Routledge, London.

Bell, H. 2012. Values in the conservation and regeneration of post-war listed public housing : a study of Spa Green, London and Park Hill, Sheffield. PhD, University of Sheffield. 

Benson, M., Hamiduddin, I. 2017. Self-Build Homes. Social Discourse, Experiences and Directions. UCL Press, London.

Blanchet, E 2018. Prefabs: A social and architectural history. Historic England, Swindon.

Bloom, N.D., Umbach, F., Vale, L.J. 2015. Public Housing Myths: Perception, Reality, and Social Policy. Cornell University Press.

Edinburgh College of Art 2014-2019. Tower Blocks – Our Blocks! A National Community Heritage Database for Postwar Mass Housing. Edinburgh College of Art.

Faculty of History, University of Oxford ongoing. Housing, Culture and Women’s Citizenship in Britain, c.1945 to the present. Faculty of History, University of Oxford. 

Fisher, F. 2015. Designing the British post-war home: Kenneth Wood, 1948-1968. Routledge, Abingdon.\

Franklin, G., Harwood, E. 2014. Housing in Lambeth 1965-80 and its National Context. Historic England, Swindon.

Glendinning, M. 2017. Towers for the Welfare State: An Architectural History of British Multi-Storey Housing 1945-1970. SCCS, Edinburgh.

Glendinning, M. 2012. Multifaceted Monolith: The Hidden Diversity of Mass Housing. Images of Power and the Power of Images: Control, Ownership, and Public Space. Kapferer, J. (ed.). Oxford: Oxford: Berghahn., 47-59. 

Harwood, E. 2015. Houses: Regional Practice and Local Character. Twentieth Century Society, London. 

Hasted, R. 2016. Domestic Housing for Disabled Veterans 1900-2014: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Domestic 4: The Modern House & Housing. Historic England, Swindon.

Hollow, M. 2012. Housing needs : power, subjectivity and public housing in England, 1920-1970. University of Oxford.

Hui, B. 2014. Energy retrofit and occupant behaviour in protected housing: A case study of the Brunswick Centre in London. Energy and Buildings, 80, 120-130.

Kennett, C 2015. Colt Houses : the history of W.H. Colt Son & Company Ltd. Pitcairn-Knowles Publishing, Sevenoaks.

Marti Balcells, A. 2018. Domestic architecture and the making of sexual culture in English, French, and German-language narrative fiction, 1856-1927. PhD, University of Kent.

Moss, J. 2016. Conservation of buildings from the recent past : an investigation into England’s legacy of postwar social housing and its heritage value. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Roberts, D. 2017. ‘We felt magnificent being up there’ : Erno Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower and the campaign to keep it public. In Guillery, P., Kroll, D. Mobilising housing histories : learning from London’s past. RIBA Publishing, London. 

Roberts, D. J. 2016. Make public : performing public housing in regenerating east London. PhD, UCL (University College London). 

Swenarton, M. 2013. Politics, property and planning: building the Brunswick, 1958-74. Town Planning Review, 84, 2, 197-226.

Swenarton, M. 2018. Homes fit for heroes: the politics and architecture of early state housing in Britain. (New edition) Routledge, Abingdon.

Swenarton, M. 2017. Cook’s Camden: The Making of Modern Housing. Lund Humphries, London.

Yarker, S. 2016. Social housing as built heritage: The presence and absence of affective heritage. In Divya P. Tolia-Kelly, Emma Waterton, Steve Watson (eds) Heritage, Affect and Emotion: Politics, Practices and Infrastructures, 237-254. Routledge, London and New York. 

Clergy housing

Cessford, C 2012. Kingston, The Old Rectory, CAU report 1056, Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire. Cambridgshire Antiquarian Society Proceedings, 101.

Department of Archaeology, Durham University ongoing. Auckland Castle. Department of Archaeology, Durham University. 

McIntyre, L. 2015. A review of the Church of England’s management of medieval bishops’ palaces. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 21, 2, 85-97. 

Molyneux, N. 2012. Hartlebury Castle, Worcestershire : An Introduction to its Architectural History. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 56, 9-32.

Smith, P. L., Bexon, R. 2013. The Bishop’s palace at Salisbury : a concise history of the former palace of the bishops of Salisbury. Spire Books Ltd, Reading.

Weston, D. W. V. 2013. Rose Castle and the bishops of Carlisle 1133-2012. Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, Kendal.

Education buildings

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Education Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Colleges

Bill, E. G. W. 2013. The belfry at Christ Church / Edited by Michael Hall. Oxoniensia, 78, 178.

Bott, A. 2015. Merton College: a longer history of the buildings & furnishings. (Revised and expanded edition.) Merton College, Oxford.

Brittain, K. 2017. The Classical Rebirth of Oxford: A Reappraisal of Peckwater’s Palladianism. Oxoniensia, 82, 105.

Butler, R. J. 2013. Secular and domestic : George Gilbert Scott and the master’s lodge of St. John’s College, Cambridge. St John’s College, Cambridge.

Clancy, S. L. 2017. Adult education, spirit and the ‘New Age’ : Sir George Trevelyan and the Shropshire Adult Education College (SAEC) at Attingham, 1948-76. PhD,University of Nottingham. 

Cox, O. J. W. 2012. An Oxford College and the Eighteenth-Century Gothic Revival. Oxoniensia, 77.

Forde, D. 2012. Oxford, Bannister House, Pembroke College, Brewer Street. South Midlands Archaeology Journal, 42, 55.

Gunn, S. J. 2013. Treasures of Merton College. Third Millennium Information, London.

Lawrence, R. 2014. The evolution of the Victorian art school. Journal of Architecture, 19, 1, 81-107.

Lepine, A. 2014. ‘Brutalism Among the Ladies’ : Modern Architecture at Somerville College, Oxford, 1947-67. Architectural History, 57, 357-392.

Manuel, A. ed. 2013. Breaking New Ground: A History of Somerville College as Seen through its Buildings. Somerville College, Oxford.

Mardell, J., Fidelis ad Mortem: John Chessell Buckler, an Oxford College Architect. Oxoniensia, 83, 73.

Neild, R. R. 2014. Nevile and his court : the turbulent history of Nevile’s Court, Trinity College, Cambridge. The Georgian Group Journal, 22, 67-75.

Newman, R., Dickens, A., Evans, C. 2013. Some Splendid Rooms : Further Archaeological and Architectural Investigations in Jesus College, Cambridge.1998–2011. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 102, 73-92.

Rawle, T., Adamson, J., Sinclair, L., Bays, J. 2015. A classical adventure : the architectural history of Downing College, Cambridge. The Oxbridge Portfolio Ltd, Cambridge.

Robertson, L. C. 2016. ‘We Must Advance, We Must Expand’ : architectural and social challenges to the domestic model at the College for Ladies at Westfield. Women’s History Review, 25, 1, 105-123.

Saltmarsh, J., Monteith, P., Vaux, B. 2015. King’s College Chapel : a history and commentary / John Saltmarsh edited by Peter Monteith, Bert Vaux.

Smith, O. 2014. Balancing Heritage and Environmental Policies for Sustainable Refurbishment of Historic Buildings: The Case of New Court, Trinity College, Cambridge. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 5, 2, 116-131. 

Smith, O. S. 2012. Robinson College, Cambridge and the Twilight of a Collegiate Modernism, 1974-81. Architectural History, 55, 369-402.

Zeeman, N. 2014. King’s College Chapel 1515-2015 : art, music and religion in Cambridge. Harvey Miller Publishers, New York.

Libraries

Fenton, C. B. 2013. The Library Designs of Sir Basil Spence, Glover & Ferguson. Architectural Heritage, 24.

Harwood, E. 2016. The English Public Library 1945-85: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Hodgson, J. 2012. ‘Carven stone and blazoned pane’ : The Design and Construction of the John Rylands Library. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 89, 1.

Lewis, D. 2015. Developing Modernity: Giles Gilbert Scott’s Design for the New Bodleian Library. Bodleian Library Record, 28, 1, 47-68. 

Penney, C. 2016. Peter Hoare and the Hurd Library at Hartlebury Castle, Worcestershire. Library & Information History, 32, 1-2, 46-57.

Prizeman, O., Jones, C. B., Parisi, M., Pezzica, C. 2018. How can century-old architectural hierarchies for the design of public libraries be re-interpreted and re-used?. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 8, 4 481-494.

Taylor, S. 2016. The English Public Library 1850-1939: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

West, S. 2013. An architectural typology for the early modern country house library, 1660-1720. Library, 14, 4, 441-464.

Woodcock, S. 2012. The Mystery of the Wray Castle Library Panelling and Manchester Central Library. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 89, 2, 203-225. 

Museums

MacLeod, S. 2012. Museum architecture : a new biography. Routledge, London.

McKane, A. 2012. Tate Liverpool as a force for social renewal? : a critical study of art museum education, expansion and urban change (1988-2008). PhD, University of Liverpool.

Willkens, D.S. 2016. Reading Words and Images in the Description(s) of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Architectural Histories. 4, 1, 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.204.

Zhang, L. 2016. Towards conflict resolution and collaborative consensus-making : a participatory approach to architecture design in the Nottingham Natural History Museum, Wollaton Hall. PhD, University of Nottingham. 

Schools

Burke, C., Grosvenor, I. An exploration of the writing and reading of a life: The ‘body parts of the Victorian school architect E. R. Robson. In Pokewitz, T.S, ed. Rethinking the history of education: transnational perspectives on its questions, methods, and knowledge. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Franklin, G. 2012. ‘Built-in variety’ : David and Mary Medd and the child-centred primary school, 1944-80. Architectural History, 55, 321-367. 

Franklin, G., Harwood, E., Taylor, S., Whitfield, M. 2012. England’s Schools 1962-88: A Thematic Study. Historic England, Swindon.

Harwood, E. 2015. England’s Schools: History, architecture and adaptation. Historic England, Swindon.

Hulme, T. 2015. “A Nation Depends on Its Children” : School Buildings and Citizenship in England and Wales, 1900–1939. Journal of British Studies, 54, 2, 406-432.

Kozlovsky, R. 2013. The architectures of childhood : children, modern architecture and reconstruction in postwar England. Routledge, London.

Longcroft, A., Wade Martins, S. 2013. Building an education : an historical and architectural study of rural schools and schooling in Norfolk c.1800-1944. Norfolk Historic Buildings Group.

Lofthouse, A. W. G. 2012. Building schools for Sheffield, 1870-1914 : The Victorian Society. ALD Design & Print, Sheffield. 

Mason, R. 2015. The Design of Nineteenth-Century Wesleyan Space : Re-reading F. J. Jobson’s Chapel and School Architecture. Wesley and Methodist Studies, 7, 1, 78-99.

Smith, E. Westminster School Buildings, 1630–1730. Westminster : the art, architecture and archaeology of the Royal Abbey and palace. Part 1, Warwick Rodwell, Tim Tatton-Brown. British Archaeological Association, Conference Transactions, 39:1. Leeds: Maney, 2015.

Withey, M, Menuge, A. 2016. Dee House: An Investigation And Assessment Of The Early 18th-Century House And 19th-Century Convent School. Historic England, Swindon.

Wooler, F. 2016. Educating the Workers of Sheffield in the 18th and 19th Centuries : St Luke’s National School, Garden Street, Sheffield. Industrial Archaeology Review, 38, 1, 47-58.

Universities 

For collegiate universities, see also Colleges.

Engel, C. 2014. A conservation policy for modern university buildings. Proceedings of the 13th Docomomo International Conference Seoul: Expansion and Conflict, Seoul 201, 90-94. 

Everett, C. P. 2013. Sheffield arts tower: Rejuvenation of a II* listed structure. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings, 166, 1, 38-48.

Geraghty, A. 2013. The Sheldonian Theatre: Architecture and Learning in Seventeenth-Century Oxford. Yale University Press. New Haven.

Sumner, J. 2013. Walls of resonance: Institutional history and the buildings of the University of Manchester. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 44, 4, 700-715.

Whyte, W. 2016. Redbrick: A Social and Architectural History of Britain’s Civic Universities. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 

Whyte, W. H. 2013. Halls of Residence at Britain’s Civic Universities, 1870–1970. In Hamlett, J., Hoskins, L., Preston, R. (eds). Residential institutions in Britain, 1725-1970 : inmates and environments. Perspectives in economic and social history, 27. Pickering & Chatto, London.

Laboratory

Brock, W. H. 2017. British School Chemistry Laboratories, 1830–1920. Ambix, 64, 1, 43-65. 

Institute

Treglown, T. 2014. Porthleven in years gone by. The institute. Privately printed.

West, I. 2017. Mechanics’ Institutes: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Health and welfare buildings

Fair, A. 2013. Modern Public and Institutional Architecture. The Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies, University of Cambridge.

Fennelly, K. 2017. Poverty and Illness in the ‘Old Countries’ : Archaeological Approaches to Historical Medical Institutions in the British Isles. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 21, 1, 178-197. 

Giles, C. 2015. Building a Better Society: Liverpool’s Historic Institutional Buildings. Historic England.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Health and Welfare Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Sellers, L. M. 2017. Managing convicts, understanding criminals : medicine and the development of English convict prisons, c.1837-1886. PhD, University of Leeds.

Hospitals

Arnold, D. 2013. The spaces of the hospital : spatiality and urban change in London 1680-1820. Routledge. 

Butler, S.V. F. 2013. ‘A model for the country’: letters from Florence Nightingale to the architect, Thomas Worthington, on hospitals and other matters 1865-1868. Medical humanities, 39, 2, 91-0. 

Fair, A. 2018. Modernization of our Hospital System: The National Health Service, the Hospital Plan, and the ‘Harness’ Programme, 1962-77. Twentieth Century British History, 29, 4, 547-575.

Morrison, K. 2015. The Fever Wards, Stamford Hospital, Lincolnshire. Historic England, Swindon.

Roffey, S. 2012. Medieval leper hospitals in England: an archaeological perspective. Medieval Archaeology, 56, 203-233.

Spas

Boucher, A. R., Morriss, R. K., Mayes, S. R. 2013. An architectural analysis of the hot bath and cross bath, Bath, 1997-2003. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 47, 1, 164-194. 

Shifrin, M. 2015. Victorian Turkish Baths. Historic England, Swindon.

Whitbourn, P. 2014. The Pantiles, Royal Tunbridge Wells : a brief history and guide. Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society, Tunbridge Wells.

Asylums

Fennelly, K. 2014. Out of sound, out of mind: noise control in early nineteenth-century lunatic asylums in England and Ireland. World Archaeology, 46, 3, 416-430. 

Gibbeson, C. F. 2018. After the asylum : place, value and heritage in the redevelopment of historic former asylums. PhD, Newcastle University. 

Joseph, A., Kearns, R., Moon, G. 2013. Re-Imagining Psychiatric Asylum Spaces through Residential Redevelopment: Strategic Forgetting and Selective Remembrance. Housing Studies, 28, 1, 135-153. 

Almshouses

Fox, C. M. 2013. The Royal Almshouse at Westminster c.1500- c.1600. PhD, Royal Holloway, University of London. 

Hill, N., Rogers, A. 2013. Guild, hospital and alderman : New light on the founding of Browne’s Hospital, Stamford. Abremis, Bury St Edmunds.

Workhouses

Cole, E., Morrison, K. 2016. Red House (formerly Framlingham Workhouse), Framlingham Castle, Suffolk. Historic England, Swindon.

Newman, C. 2013. An archaeology of poverty: Architectural innovation and pauper experience at Madeley Union Workhouse, Shropshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 47, 2, 359-377. 

Industrial structures

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Industrial Structures. Historic England, Swindon.

Mengüşoğlu, N., Boyacioğlu, E. 2013. Reuse of industrial built heritage for residential purposes in Manchester (1). Metu Journal of the Faculty of Architecture, 30, 1, 117-138.

Oglethorpe, M. 2014. The Rolt Memorial Lecture: The public benefit of industrial heritage – taking a positive view. Industrial Archaeology Review, 36, 2, 85-96.

Pearson, L. 2016. Victorian and Edwardian British Industrial Architecture. Crowood Press, Ramsbury. 

Rose, M. 2015. Ancoats: Cradle of industrialisation. Historic England, Swindon.

Symonds, J., Casella, E. C. 2015. Historical archaeology and industrialisation. In Hicks, D., Beaudry, M. C. The Cambridge Companion to Historical Archaeology, 168-188. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Zeepvat, R. J. 2016. The Clarkes and Tan Yard Wharf : A 19th-century industrial site in Fenny Stratford and its owners. Records of Buckinghamshire, 56, 109-126.

Energy generation

Clarke, J. 2015. 20th-Century Coal- and Oil-Fired Electric Power Generation: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Clarke, J. 2016. England’s Redundant Post-War Coal- and Oil-Fired Power Stations: Guidelines for recording and archiving their records. Historic England, Swindon.

Cookson, M. 2012. From turbine to Archimedes Screw. Mill News, 130, Jan, 16-18.

Heathorn, S. 2013. Aesthetic Politics and Heritage Nostalgia: Electrical Generating Superstations in the London Cityscape since 1927. The London Journal, 38, 2, 125-150. 

Hudson, R. 2012. Temple of Power. History Today, 62, 12.

Murray, S. A. 2015. Bankside Power Station: planning, politics and pollution. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Wallis, G. 2017. Restoring the Elsecar Newcomen Engine—High Ideals, Deep Mysteries. International Journal for the History of Engineering & Technology, 87, 2, 154-164.

Watts, P. 2016. Up in smoke : the failed dreams of Battersea Power Station. Paradise Road, Richmond.

Manufacturing

Algar, D., Saunders, P. 2014. A medieval pottery kiln in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 107, 146-155. 

Carmichael, K. 2013. The Hat Industry of Luton and its Buildings. Historic England.

Cattell, J. 2015. The Birmingham Jewellery Quarter: An introduction and guide. Historic England, Swindon.

Holland, J., Jackson, I. 2013. A Monument to Humanism: Pilkington Brothers’ Headquarters (1955-65) by Fry, Drew and Partners. Architectural History, 56, 343-386.

Morrison, K. 2015. Built to Last?: The buildings of the Northamptonshire boot and shoe industry. Historic England, Swindon.

Smith, J. 2015. Behind the Veneer: South Shoreditch – The Furniture Trade and its Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Processing

Bowden, M. 2013. Furness Iron: The physical remains of the iron industry and related woodland industries of Furness and Southern Lakeland. English Heritage, Swindon.

Patrick, A. 2013. Early malt kilns in England. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 57, 56-86. 

Pearson, L. 2014. Built to Brew: The History and heritage of the brewery. Historic England, Swindon.

Storage and distribution

Haslam, R., Thompson, G. 2016. ‘An immense and exceedingly commodious goods station’ : the archaeology and history of the Great Northern Railway’s goods yard at King’s Cross, 1849 to the present day. Pre-Construct Archaeology, Ltd, London.

Minnis, J. 2016. The Railway Goods Shed and Warehouse in England. Historic England, Swindon.

Factory

Chance, H. 2017. The factory in a garden : a history of corporate landscapes from the industrial to the digital age. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

Jones, C., Wilks, M. 2017. Blackpole munitions factory. Logaston Press, Hereford.

Kenyon, D. 2015. First World War National Factories: An Archaeological, Architectural and Historical review. Historic England, Swindon.

Mill

Giles, C., Williams, M. 2015. Ditherington Mill and the industrial revolution. English Heritage, Swindon.

Howes, H. 2012. Hertfordshire’s lost mills. Hertfordshire’s Past, 19, Spring, 31.

Williams, M. 2016. Tone Works, Somerset: Machinery and Power in the Serge Industry. Industrial Archaeology Review, 38, 2, 119-130. 

Williams, M. 2015. Bridport and West Bay: The buildings of the flax and hemp industry. Historic England, Swindon.

Williams, M. 2013. Textile Mills of South West England. Historic England, Swindon.

Wray, D., Hillier, R. 2016. Pitstone Windmill : the rescue of an ancient landmark. The Choir Press, Gloucester.

Workshop

Guinness, J. 2012. The Role of the Sheldon Family in Establishing the Tapestry-Weaving Workshops Associated with Their Name. The Antiquaries Journal, 92, 347-352. 

Matheson, R. M. 2016. Swindon Works : the legend. The History Press Ltd, Stroud.

Wray, N. 2015. ‘One Great Workshop’: The buildings of the Sheffield metal trades. Historic England, Swindon.

Law and government buildings

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Law and Government Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Government buildings

Stourton, J. 2017. British Embassies: Their Diplomatic and Architectural History. Frances Lincoln, London.

University of York 2016. St Stephen’s Chapel Westminster Visual and Political Culture 1292 to 1941. University of York, York.

Watrobski, A. 2017. Encaustic Tiles at the Palace of Westminster. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/encaustic-tiles/encaustic-tiles.htm.

Law courts

Brodie, A. 2016. Law Courts and Courtrooms 1: The Buildings of the Criminal Law: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Brodie, A. 2016. Law Courts and Courtrooms 2: Civil and Coroner’s Courts: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic Engand, Swindon.

Fair, A. 2013. Modern Public and Institutional Architecture. The Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies, University of Cambridge.

Hodgetts, C., Booth, M. 2012. Warwick Court House. Warwickshire History, 15, 2, 43-63. 

Prentice, J. 2012. Long Crendon, 116 High Street, Courthouse. South Midlands Archaeology Journal, 42, 19.

Prisons

Brodie, A. 2014. English Prisons: An Architectural History. E-book. Historic England, Swindon.

Sellers, L. M. 2017. Managing convicts, understanding criminals : medicine and the development of English convict prisons, c.1837-1886. PhD, University of Leeds.

Workhouses

Cole, E., Morrison, K. 2016. Red House (formerly Framlingham Workhouse), Framlingham Castle, Suffolk. Historic England, Swindon.

Newman, C. 2013. An archaeology of poverty: Architectural innovation and pauper experience at Madeley Union Workhouse, Shropshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 47, 2, 359-377. 

Maritime and naval buildings

Barker, N. 2015. Margate’s Seaside Heritage. Historic England, Swindon.

Cain, H. 2007. Suffolk’s Defended Shore: Coastal Fortifications from the Air. Historic England, Swindon.

Coad, J. 2013. Support for the Fleet: Architecture and engineering of the Royal Navy’s bases 1700-1914. Historic England, Swindon.

Fulford, M. 2013. England’s Coastal Heritage: A survey for English Heritage and the RCHME. Historic England, Swindon. 

Hendriks, S. 2014. The Gunboat Yard, Haslar, Gosport: Historic Buildings Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Maritime and Naval Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Marden, D. 2012. The building of Southampton Docks. DB Publishing, Nottingham.

Pater, C. 2016. The Assessment and Management of Marine Archaeology in Port and Harbour Development. Historic England, Swindon.

Phillips, L. 2014. Pembroke Dockyard and the old Navy: a bicentennial history. The History Press Ltd, Stroud.

Smith, J. 2016. Coastguard Stations: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Military and defence structures

Bennett, L. 2017. In the ruins of the Cold War bunker : affect, materiality and meaning making. Rowman & Littlefield International, Lanham. 

Biddle, M. 2014. Henry VIII’s Coastal Artillery Fort at Camber Castle, Rye, East Sussex. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Borman, T. The story of the Tower of London. Merrell Publishing, London.

Bowden, M. 2015. Defending Scilly. Historic England, Swindon.

Brindle, S. 2012. The keep at Conisbrough castle, Yorkshire. Chateau Gaillard, 25, 61-74. Centre de Recherches Archeologiques et Historiques Medievales (CRAHM). 

Bromhead, E. N., Ibsen, M., Tapete, D. 2013. 19th and 20th century coastal military installations affected by coastal erosion in the UK. In Bilotta, E., Flora, A., Lirer, S., Viggiani, C. (eds). Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Monuments and Historic Sites. 191-198. CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, Oxford.

Brueckner, R., Lambert, P. 2014. Conservation of defence heritage structures using corrosion protection techniques. WIT Transactions on the Built Environment, 143, 271-282. 

Burns, A. 2015. Forgotten Fort Crosby: dune heritage revealed. Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Cain, H. 2007. Suffolk’s Defended Shore: Coastal Fortifications from the Air. Historic England, Swindon.

Carmichael, K. 2015. Drill Halls: A National Overview. Historic England, Swindon.

Carmichael, K. 2015. Drill Halls: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Coad, J. 2012. Dover Castle: A frontline fortress and its wartime tunnels. Historic England, Swindon.

Cocroft, W. D. 2018. Legacies of the First World War: Building for total war 1914-1918. Historic England, Swindon.

Cocroft, W. D. 2017. Former RAF Upper Heyford, Cherwell, Oxfordshire: A reassessment of the flying field Conservation Area. Historic England, Swindon.

Draper, K. L. 2018. Wartime huts : the development, typology, and identification of temporary military buildings in Britain, 1914-1945. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Edgeworth, M. 2013. Grain Island Firing Point, Yantlet Creek, Isle of Grain, Medway: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Military Structures. Historic England, Swindon.

Foster, J. V. 2014. Rebuilding Woolwich Arsenal clock tower, London, UK. Proceedings of the ICE Engineering History and Heritage, 167, 1, 22-33.

Howard, C., Pullen, R. 2014. Castle Heaton, Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland: An Investigation of the Vaulted Building and Adjacent Earthworks. Historic England, Swindon.

Kampani, K. 2016. Mosaic Conservation at the Royal Garrison Church of St George. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/mosaic-conservation/mosaic-conservation.htm

Kendall, P. 2012. The Royal Engineers at Chatham 1750–2012. Historic England, Swindon.

Kirton, J., Young, G. 2017. Excavations at Bamburgh: New Revelations in Light of Recent Investigations at the Core of the Castle Complex. Archaeological Journal, 174, 1, 146-210. 

Liddiard, R., Sims, D. 2012. A Hedgehog on the Heath: The Second World War Landscape of ‘Kruschen’, Dunwich, Suffolk. Archaeological Journal, 169, 1, 519-549.

Linford, N. T. 2013. Portland Castle, Dorset: Report On Geophysical Survey, November 2012. Historic England, Swindon.

McCarthy, M.R., Summerson, H.R.T, Annis, R.G 2013. Carlisle Castle: A survey and documentary history. Historic England, Swindon.

Morgan, T. 2012. Richard’s Castle : Conservation and standing remains 2011-2012. Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club, 60, 121-128.

Muir, A. 2012. Regional Power and the Profits of War: the East Range of Warwick Castle. Archaeological Journal, 169, 29-31. 

Newsome, S., Pullen, R. 2013. St Mary’s Marshes, Hoo St Mary, Medway, Kent: An Assessment of the Late 19th-Century Explosives Magazines. Historic England, Swindon.

Parkyn, A., Mcneill, T. 2012. Cheshire Castles of the Irish Sea Cultural Zone. Archaeological Journal, 169, 1, 480518. 

Phillips, L. 2014. Pembroke Dockyard and the old Navy: a bicentennial history. The History Press Ltd, Stroud.

Porter, S. The Tower of London : the biography. Amberley Publishing, Chalford.

Reading, B. 2016. Historic Military Aviation Sites: Conservation Guidance. 

Sharples, J. 2012. Gateways to Power: The Castles of Ranulf III of Chester and Llywelyn the Great of Gwynedd. Archaeological Journal, 169, 15-17.

Small, F. 2014. All Hallows, Kent: A Second World War Oil QF Bombing Decoy. Historic England, Swindon.

Sou, L. 2016. A survey of the historic carvings at Carlisle Castle, Cumbria, using Structure-from-Motion photogrammetry and terrestrial laser scans. Historic England, Swindon.

Swallow, R. E. 2015. Cheshire castles in context. PhD, University of Chester. 

Thomas, R. J. C. 2016. Civil – Defence From the First World War to the Cold War. Historic England, Swindon.

University of Sheffield ongoing. Uncovering Sheffield’s Lost Castle. Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield.

White, P., Cook, A. 2015. Sherborne Old Castle, Dorset : archaeological investigations, 1930-90. Society of Antiquaries of London.

Wyeth, W. 2018. Medieval Timber Motte Towers. Medieval Archaeology, 62, 1, 135-156.

Places of worship

Ahmed, Nazarene, GARNETT, Jane, GIDLEY, Ben, HARRIS, Alana, KEITH, Michael 2016. Shifting markers of identity in East London’s diasporic religious spaces. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39, 2, 223-242. 

Akande, Oluwafemi Kehinde 2015. Factors influencing operational energy performance and refurbishment of UK listed church buildings : towards a strategic management framework. PhD, Anglia Ruskin University.

Barnwell, P. S. 2015. Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 300-950. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 4. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Barnwell, P. S. 2016. Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 950-1150. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 5. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Barnwell, P. S. 2018. Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 1150-1350. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 7. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Places of Worship. Historic England, Swindon.

Inge, J. 2017. Sacred Space and Community. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/sacred-space/sacred-space.htm.

Minnis, J. 2015. Religion and Place in Leeds. Historic England, Swindon.

Morel, A-F. 2016. The Ethics and Aesthetics of Architecture: The Anglican Reception of Roman Baroque Churches. Architectural Histories, 4, 17, 1-13. 

Morel, A-F. 2018. Preserving the Nation’s Zeal: Church Buildings and English Christian History in Stuart England. In: Enenkel K., Ottenheym K. (Eds.), The Quest for an Appropriate Past: 1400-1700, 707-730.

Seirafi, S., Fouseki. K. Heritage Conservation and Sustainable Development in Sacred Places: Towards a New Approach. In Albert M. T., Bandarin F., Pereira Roders A. (eds). Going Beyond. Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies No. 2, 115-131. Springer, Cham.

Vane, M. S. 2014. Church Lighting. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/lighting-historic-churches/lighting-historic-churches.htm.

Verkaaik, O. 2013. Religious Architecture : Anthropological Perspectives. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam.

Cathedral

Bill, E. G. W. 2013. Sir Gilbert Scott’s Restoration of Christ Church Cathedral. Oxoniensia, 78, 127. 

Bridges, P. H. 2015. A History of the Catherdal Church of All Saints Derby, Derby Cathedral Enterprises, Derby.

Brown, D. (ed) Durham Cathedral : history, fabric and culture, edited by David Brown. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Buchanan, A., Webb, N. 2017. Creativity in Three Dimensions : An Investigation of the Presbytery Aisles of Wells Cathedral. British Art Studies, 6. 

Buchanan, A., Webb, N. 2018. Two- and Three-dimensional Geometry in Tierceron Vaults: A Case Study of Exeter Cathedral. In Sixth International Congress on Construction History, 391-397.

Burg, J. A. 2017. “Remember where you are!” : the use of English cathedrals as sites of theatrical performance, 1928-2015. PhD, University of Birmingham. 

Caroe, O. 2016. Commission by Competition: Ripon Cathedral’s New Gargoyles. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/kirkyard-heritage/kirkyard-heritage.htm.

Milner, L. 2017. Lincoln Cathedral Treasure House. The Antiquaries Journal, 97, 205-229.

Proctor, R. 2014. Uncertainty and the Modern Church: Two Roman Catholic Cathedrals in Britain. In Kulic, V., Penick, M. & Parker, T. (eds). Sanctioning Modernism: Architecture and the Making of Postwar Identities, 113138. University of Texas Press, US.

Riall, N. 2015. Thomas Bertie, the master-mason at Winchester Cathedral c 1515-50. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 211-249.

Schofield, J. 2016. St Paul’s Cathedral: archaeology and history. Oxbow Press, Oxford.

Smith, L. 2012. The pentagon and pentagram star: the natural design of Lincoln Cathedral high roof. Mortice and Tenon, 49, Autumn, 12-14.

Thurlby, M. 2018. Anglo-Saxon Reminiscences and other aspects of the Romanesque Fabric of Worcester Cathedral. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society, 26, 113-148.

Thurlby, M. 2016. Hereford Cathedral: Romanesque and Early Gothic Sculpture. In Johnson, A. , Shoesmith, R. .ed. The Story of Hereford. Logaston Press, Hereford.

University of York 2016. Restoring York Minster’s medieval masterpiece. University of York, York.

Webb, N., Buchanan, A. 2017. Tracing the past: A digital analysis of Wells cathedral choir aisle vaults. Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 4, 19-27. 

Webb, N., Buchanan, A. 2018. Tracing the Past: a digital analysis of the Lady Chapel vaults at Ely cathedral. Digital Heritage, New Realities: Authenticity & Automation in the Digital Age.

Webb, N. 2016. Digital re-analysis of lost architecture and the particular case of Lutyens׳ Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. Frontiers of Architectural Research, 5, 2, 265-275.

Yeomans, D. 2013. The mystery of Winchester Cathedral. Mortice and Tenon, 51, Spring, 8-12.

Chapel

Bone, D. A. 2016. Historic building stones and their distribution in the churches and chapels of West Sussex, England. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 127, 1, 53-77. 

Bone, D. A. 2016. Reply to comment by Roger Cordiner on Historic building stones and their distribution in churches and chapels of West Sussex, England. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 127, 4, 529-0.

Clammer, C. 2014. The churches and chapels of the parish of Tidenham: their history and architecture. Tidenham Historical Group, Chepstow.

Haslam, J. 2013. The Unfinished Chapel at Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, and Ecclesiastical Politics in The Early Eleventh Century. Archaeological Journal, 170, 1, 272-301.

Hillson, J. 2015. St Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster : architecture, decoration and politics in the reigns of Henry III and the three Edwards (1227-1363). PhD, University of York, York.

Jago, J. 2012. The dissemination and reassessment of private religious space in early modern England: an examination of the cultural contexts surrounding royal, episcopal and collegiate chapels from the accession of James I to the Restoration. PhD, University of York, York.

Jeffery, R. 2014. Rescuing the Built Heritage of Dissenters, Recusants and Nonconformists : the Historic Chapels Trust. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 58, 155-169.

Mason, R. 2015. The Design of Nineteenth-Century Wesleyan Space : Re-reading F. J. Jobson’s Chapel and School Architecture. Wesley and Methodist Studies, 7, 1, 78-99.

Proctor, R. 2017. Modern Medievalism: Dom Charles Norris, Dalle de Verre and the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. In Beacham, P. (ed.). Buckfast Abbey: History, Art and Architecture, 207-231. Merrell Publishers Ltd, London.

Saltmarsh, J., Monteith, P., Vaux, B. 2015. King’s College Chapel : a history and commentary / John Saltmarsh edited by Peter Monteith, Bert Vaux.

Slatter, R. L. 2017. A ‘more-than-architectural’ approach to Wesleyan space : how can material and spatial approaches to metropolitan Wesleyan Methodist practices provide insights into congregational experiences between 1851 and 1932?. PhD, UCL (University College London).

University of Sheffield 2016. The Rothwell Charnel Chapel Project. Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield. 

University of York 2016. St Stephen’s Chapel Westminster Visual and Political Culture 1292 to 1941. University of York, York.

Wakeling, C. 2017. Chapels of England: Buildings of Protestant Nonconformity. Historic England, Swindon.

Wakeling, C. 2016. Nonconformist places of worship: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Zeeman, N. 2014. King’s College Chapel 1515-2015 : art, music and religion in Cambridge. Harvey Miller Publishers, New York.

Church

Ayers, B. 2017. The parish churches of Norwich north of the River Wensum: city, community, architecture and antiquarianism. Church Archaeology, 18, 1-20. 

Bagshaw, S. 2014. The building stones of St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst. The Friends of Deerhurst Church, Deerhurst.

Bellenger, D. A. 2013. St Wulstan’s, Little Malvern / a history. Downside Abbey Press, Downside.

Barks, C. E. M. 2015. A history of TCM : The Thomas Cooper Memorial Church, Lincoln (c. 1695-2015). Lincoln.

Bone, D. A. 2016. Historic building stones and their distribution in the churches and chapels of West Sussex, England. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 127, 1, 53-77. 

Bone, D. A. 2016. Reply to comment by Roger Cordiner on Historic building stones and their distribution in churches and chapels of West Sussex, England. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 127, 4, 529-0.

Boyd, M. C. 2015. In their own image?: church-building in the Deanery of Manchester 1847-1903 : relationships between donor, architect and churchmanship. PhD, University of Manchester.

Brown, J. W. 2015. St. Leonard’s Streatham: a guide to an ancient parish church that rose from the ashes after a fire in 1975. Local History Publications.

Brown, S. 2015. Religion and Place: Liverpool’s historic places of worship. E-book. Historic England, Swindon.

Budge, A. 2017. The 14th-Century Rebuilding of the Collegiate Church of St Mary’s, Warwick. Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 170, 1, 82-114. 

Buglass, J. 2016. Historic Graffiti on the Tower of St. Oswald’s Church, Filey, North Yorkshire: recording and Interpretation. Historic England, Swindon.

Clammer, C. 2014. The churches and chapels of the parish of Tidenham: their history and architecture.

Tidenham Historical Group, Chepstow.

Byng, G. 2015. The contract for the north aisle at the church of St James, Biddenham. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 251-265.

Champion, M. 2015. Medieval Graffiti: The Lost Voices of England’s Churches. Ebury Press, London. 

Chapman, D. I. 2015. A guide to the interior memorials in the Parish Church of St Mary’s, Leyton. Leyton & Leytonstone History Society, London. 

CLARK, D. R., WOOLLEY, L. 2014. St Luke’s Church, Canning Crescent, Oxford. Oxoniensia, 79. 

Cooper, T. 2016. The Future of England’s Rural Parish Churches. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/rural-parish-churches/rural-parish-churches.htm.

Curtin-Kelly, P. 2015. An ornament to the city : Holy Trinity and the Capuchin Order. Nonsuch Publishing, Stroud.

Derrick, A. 2017. 19th- and 20th-Century Roman Catholic Churches: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Dutton, A. 2017. Bell Frames and Bell Towers: A Practical Approach to Assessment. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/bell-frames/bell-frames.htm.

Flannery, J. 2016. Fifty English Steeples: The Finest Medieval Parish Church Towers and Spires in England. Thames and Hudson Ltd, London.

Gibson, F. 2013. St John the Evangelist, Shobdon: A Conservation Case Study. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/shobdon-conservation/shobdon-conservation.htm.

Gilchrist, R. 2014. Monastic and church archaeology. Annual Review of Anthropology, 43, 235-250.

Goodall, J. A. A., Barker, P. 2015. Parish church treasures: the nation’s greatest art collection. Bloomsbury Continuum, London and New York.

Hazeldean, P. 2014. Structural Glass for Historic Churches. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/structural-glass/structural-glass.htm.

Heslop, T. A. 2012. Art, Faith and Place in East Anglia: From Prehistory to the Present. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge.

Howell, K. 2014. Victorian and Edwardian Stencilled Decoration. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/stencilled-decoration/stencilled-decoration.htm

Howson, T. 2012. The chancel screen in Holy Trinity Church, Bradwell-Juxta-Coggeshall, Essex. Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter, 8, 3-7.

Jones, J. F. 2013. Dances of life and death : interpretations of early modern religious identity from rural parish chuches and their landscapes along the Hampshire/Sussex border 1500-1800. PhD, University of Southampton.

Kampani, K. 2016. Mosaic Conservation at the Royal Garrison Church of St George. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/mosaic-conservation/mosaic-conservation.htm

Kerr, C. 2017. Restoring All Saints’, Margaret Street : Discoveries and Reflections. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Knight, D., McIntyre, L., Greenaway, L. 2015. Funding in Parish Churches. Historic Churches.

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/parish-church-funding/parish-church-funding.htm.

Latter, Jonathan E. 2013. A second elysium : the Parish Church of St. Thomas à Becket, Ramsey, a history and  guide. Amber-and-Turquoise Books, London.

Lunnon, H. E. 2012. Making an entrance : studies of medieval church porches in Norfolk. PhD, University of East Anglia. 

Mackley, A. 2017. The restoration of Blythburgh Church, 1881-1906 : the dispute between the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Blythburgh Church Restoration Committee. The Boydell Press, Martlesham.

Makrodimitri, M. 2017. Sustainability and heritage conservation : a study of the problems of heating and thermal comfort in churches in the UK. University of Cambridge.

Makrodimitri, M., Campbell, J. W. P., Steemers, K. 2012. Sustainability and heritage conservation: Assessment of environmental performance and energy management for historic churches. 12, 353-364.

McLaughlin, N. 2017. Intervention and Evolution at Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead, London. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/emmanuel-west-hampstead/emmanuelwest-hampstead.htm.

McNeill, T. 2018. Propaganda in Stone : Medieval Style in 17th Century Anglican Churches. Archaeological Journal, 175, 2, 362-281. 

Milne, G. 2014. St. Bride’s Church London: Archaeological research 1952-60 and 1992-5. Historic England, Swindon.

Mullaney, J., Mullaney, L. 2012. Reformation, revolution and rebirth : the story of the return of Catholicism to Reading and the founding of St James’ Parish. Scallop Shell Press, Reading. 

Murray, W 2015. Church Brasswork. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/church-brasswork/church-brasswork.htm.

Parsons, M. 2015. Interior Decoration and Permeability. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/decoration-permeability/decoration-permeability.htm.

Payne, B. 2014. Shared Space: Extending the Use of Churches in Oxfordshire. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/extending-use/extending-use.htm.

Potter, J. F. 2016. Patterns in stonework : the early churches in Northern England : a further study in ecclesiastical geology. Part B, The counties of Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, Westmorland and Yorkshire. British Archaeological Reports Ltd, Oxford.

Potter, J. F. 2015. Patterns in stonework : the early churches in northern England a further study in ecclesiastical geology, Part A the counties of Cheshire, Cumberland, Derbyshire, Durham, Lancashire and Lincolnshire. ArchaeoPress. Oxford.

Proctor, R. 2017. Designing the suburban church: the mid twentieth-century Roman Catholic churches of Reynolds & Scott. Journal of Historical Geography, 56, 113-133. 

Proctor, R. 2014. Building the Modern Church: Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Britain, 1955 to 1975. Routledge, Abingdon.

Redman, T. 2015. Metal Sheet Roofing. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/metal-sheet-roofing/metal-sheet-roofing.htm.

Rees, L., Lewis, M. J. T. 2014. A fragment of cosmatesque mosaic from Wimborne Minster, Dorset. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 135-151.

Riddell, N. 2015. A history of the Church of Saint Matthias: Stoke Newington. R.J.L. Smith, London.

Rimmer, M. 2015. The Angel Roofs of East Anglia : Unseen Masterpieces of the Middle Ages. Lutterworth Press, Cambridge.

Robertson, J. D. 2017. Gillespie, Kidd & Coia : ecclesiastical architecture 1931-1979. PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Saint, A. 2017. The 1895 Restoration of All Saints’, Margaret Street. In Howell, P., Saint, A. Butterfield Revisited. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Scrase, T 2013. Wells Corporation properties and the altars of St Cuthbert’s. Notes & Queries for Somerset and Dorset, 37, 377, 200-207.

Shakeshaft, P. 2012. History of Holy Trinity, Freckleton. Scotforth Books, Lancaster.

Sirrel, H., Smith, S. 2013. The Church History Project. Our churches : a comprehensive guide to the churches of Southwell & Nottingham diocese. The Church History Project, Southwell.

Small, F. 2014. All Hallows, Kent: A Second World War Oil QF Bombing Decoy. Historic England, Swindon.

Stroik, D. G. 2015. Church Architecture Since Vatican II. The Jurist: Studies in Church Law and Ministry, 75, 1, 534.

Telfer, H. 2016. All are welcome : the story of Heslington Church, dedicated to St. Paul. Privately published.

Thompson, I. 2015. William Butterfield mosaics at All Saints, Harrow Weald, London. Ecclesiology Today, 51.

Thorp, John R.L. 2013. The wagon roofs at St James’s Priory, Bristol. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 31-45.

Thurlby, M. 2018. Observations on the Romanesque Church of St Peter-in-the-East, Oxford. Oxoniensia, 82, 4579. 

Treglown, T. 2013. Porthleven in years gone by. The parish church. Privately printed.

Tulasiewicz, E. 2017. The Yorkshire Maintenance Project. Historic Churches. Online

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/yorkshire-maintenance-project/yorkshire-maintenanceproject.htm.

Usher, R., 2015. Solomonic Iconography in Early Stuart Oxford: The South Porch of St Mary the Vir-gin. Oxoniensia 80, 7.

Walker, W. 2018. The Anglican assertion in Lancashire : the role of the Commissioners’ Churches in three Lancashire townships, 1818-1856. PhD, University of Central Lancashire.

Walter, N. 2017. To live is to change’ : tradition, narrative and community in the conservation of church buildings. PhD, University of York, York.

Webb, N. 2017, Buchanan, A. Tracing the Past: A Digital Analysis of the North Transept and Chancel Vaults at Nantwich St Mary’s Church. Digital Past. 

Webster, C. 2017. Late Georgian Churches: ‘Absolutely Wretched’ or the Triumph of Rational Pragmatism?. Architectural History, 60, 147-181.

Whyte, W. 2017. Unlocking the Church. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 

Willoughby, J. 2012. Inhabited Sacristies in Medieval England: the Case of St Mary’s, Warwick. The Antiquaries Journal, 92, 331-345.

Yelton, M., Salmon, J. 2013. Anglican church-building in London, 1946-2012. Spire Books Ltd, Reading.

Zeale, M. R. K., Bennitt, E., Newson, S. E., Packman, C., Browne, W. J., Harris, S., Jones, G., Stone, E. 2016. Mitigating the impact of Bats in historic churches: The response of Natterer’s Bats Myotis nattereri to artificial roosts and deterrence. PLoS ONE, 11, 1. 10.1371/journal.pone.0146782.

Meeting house

Barter, M. 2016. Quaker Meeting Houses in Britain. Historic Churches. Online

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/quaker-meeting-houses/quaker-meeting-houses.htm

Wakeling, C. 2016. Nonconformist places of worship: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Monastery

Beacham, P. 2017. Buckfast Abbey : history, art and architecture. Merrell Publishers, London.

Brittain-Catlin, T. 2016. 19th and 20th-Century Convents and Monasteries: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Gilchrist, R. 2014. Monastic and church archaeology. Annual Review of Anthropology, 43, 235-250. 

Gilchrist, R. 2015. Glastonbury Abbey: archaeological investigations 1904-79. Society of Antiquaries of London, London.

Holder, N. 2019. The friaries of medieval London : from foundation to dissolution. Studies in the history of medieval religion. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge. 

Manley, S. 2015. Saving St James’s Priory, Bristol. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 59, 109134. 

Miles, J. E. 2017. The potential of structural analysis in archaeological simulation and interpretation: a case study of medieval Winchester Cathedral precinct. PhD, University of Southampton. 

Norton, C. 2012. Lastingham and the Architecture of the Benedictine revival in Northumbria. Anglo-Norman Studies XXXIV: Proceeedings of the Battle Conference 2011, 34, 63-104.

O’Sullivan, D. 2013. In the Company of the Preachers: The Archaeology of Medieval Friaries in England and Wales. Leicester Archaeology Monograph 23, Leicester.

Proctor, R. 2017. Modern Medievalism: Dom Charles Norris, Dalle de Verre and the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. In Beacham, P. (ed.). Buckfast Abbey: History, Art and Architecture, 207-231. Merrell Publishers Ltd, London.

Rhodes, M. 2015. Devon’s Torre Abbey : faith, politics and grand designs. The History Press Ltd, Stroud.

Smith, L. 2012. Norton Priory, Runcorn. Archaeological Journal, 169, 23-29.

Smith, R. 2013. Monks, myths and multi-vocality : presenting the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey. PhD, University of Reading. 

Sternberg, M. 2013. Cistercian Architecture and Medieval Society. Brill, Leiden.

Thurlby, M. 2014. The Architecture and Sculpture of Deerhurst Priory: The Later 11th, 12th– and Early 13thCentury Work. The Friends of Deerhurst Church, Deerhurst.

Tolan-Smith, C., Richmond, P. 2017. Hexham Abbey revealed : the Hexham Abbey project 2009-2017. Hexham Local History Society, Northumberland.

University of Reading 2013. Glastonbury Abbey Archaeology. University of Reading.

Mosque

Saleem, S. 2017. The British mosque : an architectural and social history. Historic England.

Synagogue

Kadish, S. 2016. Are Britain’s Synagogues at Risk?. Historic Churches. Online

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/british-synagogues/british-synagogues.htm

Kadish, S. 2015. Jewish Heritage in Britain and Ireland: An Architectural Guide. Historic England, Swindon.

Temple

Starkey, C., Tomalin, E. 2016. Building Buddhism in England: The Flourishing of a Minority Faith Heritage. Contemporary Buddhism, 17, 2, 326-356.

Sports, leisure and recreation buildings

Barker, N. 2015. Margate’s Seaside Heritage. Historic England, Swindon.

Barry, C. 2015. From pier to modernity: architectural histories of the seaside pier, 1861-1914. PhD, Middlesex University. 

Boucher, A. R., Morriss, R. K., Mayes, S. R. 2013. An architectural analysis of the hot bath and cross bath, Bath, 1997-2003. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 47, 1, 164-194. 

Brodie, A. 2015. Historic Amusement Parks and Fairground Rides: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Sports and Recreation Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Hornby, H. 2015. Bowled Over: The bowling greens of Britain. Historic England, Swindon.

Inglis, S. 2014. Played in London: Charting the heritage of a city at play. Historic England, Swindon.

Izzard, M. J. 2016. Harlestone Park, good air and good golf : a history. Martin Izzard and Northampton Golf Club, Northampton.

Jackson-Willis, L. 2013. The beach hut on the East Anglia coast : space and place in the English seaside, 19952010. PhD, University of Brighton.

Lloyd, M., Schilling, M. 2013. The Royal Society of Arts. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 19, 3, 232-245. 

Polley, M., Inglis, S. 2012. The British Olympics: Britain’s Olympic Heritage 1612-2012. Historic England, Swindon.

Shifrin, M. 2015. Victorian Turkish Baths. Historic England, Swindon.

Tomes, J. 2012. Phyllis Court : club and manor. Phyllis Court Members’ Club Ltd, Henley-on-Thames.

Williams, P., Walton, J. K. 2013. The English Seaside. Historic England, Swindon.

Wills, A. 2014. British Seaside Piers. Historic England, Swindon.

Street furniture

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Street Furniture. Historic England, Swindon.

Taylor, J. 2015. Georgian and Victorian Street Lighting. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/street-lighting/street-lighting.htm.

Parks and gardens

Bennellick, D. 2014. The Role of the Heritage Lottery Fund in the Conservation of Historic Gardens and Designed Landscapes. Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation, 283-289. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Dix, B. 2014. ‘. with Great Art, cost, and Diligens.’the Reconstruction of the Elizabethan Garden at Kenilworth Castle. Marion Harney (ed). Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation, 339-344. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Dower, R. 2016. Conservation of a rare nineteenth-century iron-framed curvilinear glasshouse. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 22, 3, 199-221.

Harney, M. 2014. Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Garden and Park Structures. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, C. 2016. Croxdale Hall, County Durham: An Assessment of the Walled Garden. Historic England, Swindon.

Hunt, J. D. 2018. The landscape architecture of Hal Moggridge. Studies in the history of gardens & designed landscapes, 38, 2, 180-194.

Lambert, D 2015. War Memorial Parks and Gardens: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Lawler-Levene, M. A., The FoSJP History Team 2015. St James’ Park : from Shirley Rec to renovation 1907-2014. FoSJP, Southampton.

Layton-Jones, K. 2015. Places of Health and Amusement: Liverpool’s historic parks and gardens. Historic England, Swindon.

Love, J. 2014. Historic Parks and Gardens: The Planning System and Other Conservation Tools. In Harney, M. (ed). Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation,  271-281. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Mowl, T., Bradney, J. 2012. Historic Gardens of Herefordshire. Redcliffe Press, Bristol. 

Mowl, T., Mayer, L. 2013. Historic Gardens of Cambridgeshire & The Isle of Ely. Redcliffe Press, Bristol. 

Mowl, T., Whitaker, J. 2015. Historic Gardens of Hampshire. Stephen Morris. 

Mynors, C. 2014. Legal Protection for Structures, Trees and Wildlife. Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation, 0, 291-300. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Phibbs, J. 2017. Place-making: The Art of Capability Brown. Historic England, Swindon.

Rabbitts, P. 2018. Bandstands: Pavilions for music, entertainment and leisure. Historic England, Swindon.

Smith, J. F. H. 2013. William Stukeley in Stamford: His Houses, Gardens and a Project for a Palladian Triumphal Arch Over Barn Hill. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 353-400.

Willes, M. 2011. The Making of the English Gardener : Plants, Books and Inspiration, 1560-1660. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Tower blocks and skyscrapers (new category)

Agkathidis, A. 2018. Sustainable Retrofits: Post War Residential Towers in Britain. Routledge, London.

Brennan, T., Thomson, V. 2015. Tall Buildings. Historic England Advice Note 4. Historic England, Swindon.

Edinburgh College of Art 2014-2019. Tower Blocks – Our Blocks! A National Community Heritage Database for Postwar Mass Housing. Edinburgh College of Art.

Everett, C. P. 2013. Sheffield arts tower: Rejuvenation of a II* listed structure. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings, 166, 1, 38-48. 

Glendinning, M. 2017. Towers for the Welfare State: An Architectural History of British Multi-Storey Housing 1945-1970. SCCS, Edinburgh.

Historic England. 2015. Tall Buildings: Historic England Advice Note 4. Historic England, Swindon.

Reiling, J. 2017. The Medical Aspects of the Modern “Sky Scraper”. JAMA, 317, 5, 54. 

Roberts, D. 2017. ‘We felt magnificent being up there’ : Erno Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower and the campaign to keep it public. In Guillery, P., Kroll, D. Mobilising housing histories : learning from London’s past. RIBA Publishing, London. 

Transport buildings

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Transport Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridges

Bill, N. A. 2013. Timber railway bridges and viaducts in the United Kingdom: 1835-1870. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Jecock, M., Jessop, L. 2016. Tadcaster Bridge, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire: Assessment of Significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Taylor, W.M. 2013. Iron, Engineering and Architectural History in Crisis: Following the Case of the River Dee Bridge Disaster, 1847. Archirtectural Histories, 1, 1, Art. 23. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.ao.

Warwick, T., Parker, J. 2016. River Tees : From Source to Sea. Amberley Publishing, Chalford.

Wight, D., Dudkiewicz, J. 2014. Tower Bridge : a celebration of 120 years, 1894-2014. Guildhall Art Gallery, London.

Canal structures

Clarke, L. 2015. An overview of heritage and engineering on the canal system. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 168, 3, 93-100.

Giles, C. 2015. Stourport-on-Severn: Pioneer Town of the Canal Age. Historic England.

Zeepvat, R. J. 2016. The Clarkes and Tan Yard Wharf : A 19th-century industrial site in Fenny Stratford and its owners. Records of Buckinghamshire, 56, 109-126.

Railway stations

Badsey-Ellis, A. 2016. Building London’s Underground. Crowthorne, Capital Transport Publishing.

Brindle, S. 2013. Paddington Station: Its history and architecture. 2nd edition. Historic England, Swindon.

Dennis, R. 2013. Making the Underground Underground. London Journal, 38, 3, 203-225. 

Fareham, J. 2013. The history of Waterloo Station. Bretwalda Books, Epsom.

Haslam, R., Thompson, G. 2016. ‘An immense and exceedingly commodious goods station’ : the archaeology and history of the Great Northern Railway’s goods yard at King’s Cross, 1849 to the present day. Pre-Construct Archaeology, Ltd, London.

Keate, D. 2013. Celebrating the underground’s architectural legacy. London Journal, 38, 3, 265-273.

Miller, J. 2014. The restoration of Tynemouth railway station canopy. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 167, 3, 136-146.

Minnis, J. 2015. Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham. Historic England, Swindon.

Orr, J. J., Pask, D., Weise, K., Otlet, M. 2015. Birmingham Gateway: Structural assessment and strengthening. Structural Concrete, 16, 4, 458-469. 

Parissien, S. 2014. The English Railway Station. Historic England, Swindon.

Slingsby, A. 2017. The story of Hull Paragon Station : from 1848 to the present. Alex Slingsby, Beverly.

Waller, P. 2018. England’s Railway Heritage from the Air. Historic England, Swindon.

Stables

Peters, J. E. C. 2013. Stables in eastern Herefordshire. Woolhope Naturalists Field Club Trans, 61, 86-94.

Motoring structures (new category)

Borden, I. 2016. The Limehouse Link: the architectural and cultural history of a monumental road tunnel in London’s Docklands. Journal of Architecture, 21, 4, 651-675. 

Cook, J. D. 2018. Constructing Britain’s road network : the scientific governance of British roads and their users, 1900-1963. PhD, University of Kent.

Minnis, J. 2016. Buildings and Infrastructure for the Motor Car: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Morrison, K. 2012. Carscapes: The Motor Car, Architecture and Landscape in England. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Minnis, J. 2014. England’s Motoring Heritage from the Air. Historic England, Swindon.

Buildings for flight

Howard, C. 2014. Hooton Park Aerodrome, Chester West and Chester: An Assessment of the General Service Sheds and Associated Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Bus stations (new category)

Malathouni, C. 2018. Preston Bus Station: Architectural History, Politics and Democracy in a Post-World War II Designation Saga. Fabrications, 28, 2, 160-184.

Utilities buildings

Water supply

Lowerre, A. 2012. Hailes Abbey Culvert Evaluation, Assessment Report and Updated Project Design. Historic England, Swindon.

Electricity supply

Clarke, J. 2015. 20th-Century Coal- and Oil-Fired Electric Power Generation: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Clarke, J. 2016. England’s Redundant Post-War Coal- and Oil-Fired Power Stations: Guidelines for recording and archiving their records. Historic England, Swindon.

Heathorn, S. 2013. Aesthetic Politics and Heritage Nostalgia: Electrical Generating Superstations in the London Cityscape since 1927. The London Journal, 38, 2, 125-150. 

Hudson, R. 2012. Temple of Power. History Today, 62, 12.

Murray, S. A. 2015. Bankside Power Station: planning, politics and pollution. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Watts, P. 2016. Up in smoke : the failed dreams of Battersea Power Station. Paradise Road, Richmond.

Gas supply/storage

Cole, T. B. 2015. Gasometers: Cyril E. Power. JAMA, 314, 9, 860–861.

Workers’ buildings (new category)

Mansfield, N., Trustram, M. 2013. Remembering the buildings of the British labour movement: An act of mourning. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 19, 5, 439-456. 

Mansfield, N., Trustram, M. 2013. Buildings of the Labour Movement. Historic England, Swindon.

West, I. 2017. Mechanics’ Institutes: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Wooler, F. 2016. Educating the Workers of Sheffield in the 18th and 19th Centuries : St Luke’s National School, Garden Street, Sheffield. Industrial Archaeology Review, 38, 1, 47-58. 

Elements

Doors

Barton, T. 2015. Early Timber Doors. The Building Conservation Directory. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/early-timber-doors/early-timber-doors.htm.

Fathers, R. 2016. Floor Spring Door Closers. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/floor-springs/floor-springs.htm.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Draught-proofing Windows and Doors. Historic England, Swindon.

University of Cambridge ongoing. History of Doors. The Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies, University of Cambridge.

Dovecotes

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : The Dovecot Roof  :Historic Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

McCann, J., McCann, P. 2012. More Dovecots in Historical Somerset, with other evidence of early pigeonkeeping. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society Proceedings, 155, 67-77. 

Porches

Lunnon, H. E. 2012. Making an entrance : studies of medieval church porches in Norfolk. PhD, University of East Anglia.

Usher, R., 2015. Solomonic Iconography in Early Stuart Oxford: The South Porch of St Mary the Vir-gin. Oxoniensia 80, 7.

Roofs

Bayliss, A., Bronk Ramsey, C., Hamilton,D., van der Plicht, J., Cook, G. T., Tyers, C., Freeman, S. 2014. Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Wilfred, Ripon, North Yorkshire Nave Roof and Ceiling: Wiggle-Match Radiocarbon Dating of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Beech, R 2016. The Hammer-beam Roof of Westminster Hall and the Structural Rationale of Hugh Herland. Architectural History, 59, 25-61.

Beech, R. 2015. The hammer-beam roof: tradition, innovation and the carpenter’s art in late medieval England. PhD, University of Birmingham. 

Brown, A. 2014. Alarms for Church Roofs. Historic Churches. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/church-roof-alarms/church-roof-alarms.htm>.

English Heritage 2013. Practical building conservation : roofing. Ashgate, Farnham.

Henry, A., Glockling, J. 2017. Thatch Fires and the role of wood-burning stoves. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/thatch-fire-stoves/thatch-fire-stoves.htm.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : North Gatehouse Roof : Historic Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : The Dovecot Roof  :Historic Buildings Report.

Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2015. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Pitched Roofs at Rafter Level. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Pitched Roofs at Ceiling Level. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Flat Roofs. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Thatched Roofs. Historic England, Swindon.

Rimmer, M. 2015. The Angel Roofs of East Anglia : Unseen Masterpieces of the Middle Ages. Lutterworth Press, Cambridge.

Serafini, A. 2016. A database model for the analysis and assessment of historic timber roof structures. International Wood Products Journal, 8, 1, 3-8.

Smith, L. 2012. The pentagon and pentagram star: the natural design of Lincoln Cathedral high roof. Mortice and Tenon, 49, Autumn, 12-14. 

Thorp, John R.L. 2013. The wagon roofs at St James’s Priory, Bristol. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 31-45.

Stairs and staircases

Campbell, J. W. P., Tutton, M. 2013. Staircases: History, Repair and Conservation. Routledge, London. 

Steeples

Flannery, J. 2016. Fifty English Steeples: The Finest Medieval Parish Church Towers and Spires in England. Thames and Hudson Ltd, London.

Towers

Demidowicz, G., Demidowicz, T. 2015. Evesham Abbey Bell Tower : a documentary and architectural history. Vale of Evesham Historical Society.

Everett, C. P. 2013. Sheffield arts tower: Rejuvenation of a II* listed structure. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings, 166, 1, 38-48. 

Flannery, J. 2016. Fifty English Steeples: The Finest Medieval Parish Church Towers and Spires in England. Thames and Hudson Ltd, London.

Vaults

Brumana, R., Condoleo, P., Grimoldi, A., Landi, A. G. 2017. Shape & construction of brick vaults. Criteria, methods & tools for a possible catalogue. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences. 42, 137-143. 

Buchanan, A., Webb, N. 2017. Creativity in Three Dimensions : An Investigation of the Presbytery Aisles of Wells Cathedral. British Art Studies, 6. 

Buchanan, A., Webb, N. 2018. Two- and Three-dimensional Geometry in Tierceron Vaults: A Case Study of Exeter Cathedral. In Sixth International Congress on Construction History, 391-397. 

Buchanan, A., Webb, N. 2017. Tracing Tiercerons: an evaluation of the significant properties of thirteenth and

fourteenth-century tierceron vaults in England. In Building Histories. The Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Construction History Society, 145-147. 

Carfagnini, C., Baraccani, S., Silvestri, S., Theodossopoulos, D. 2018. The effects of in-plane shear displacements at the springings of Gothic cross vaults. Construction and Building Materials, 186, 219-232.

Carfagnini, C., Baraccani, S., Silvestri, S., Theodossopoulos, D. 2017. Pseudo-Static Response of Masonry Cross Vaults to Imposed Shear Displacements at the Springings. Key Engineering Materials, 747, 456-463. 

Howard, C., Pullen, R. 2014. Castle Heaton, Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland: An Investigation of the Vaulted Building and Adjacent Earthworks. Historic England, Swindon.

Hudson, J., Theodossopoulos, D. 2017. Gothic Barrel Vaults under Differential Settlement: The Effects of Boundary Conditions and FRP on Structural Behaviour. Key Engineering Materials, 747, 496-503. 

Theodossopoulos, D., Sanderson, J., Scott, M. 2015. Strengthening masonry cross vaults damaged by geometric instability. Key Engineering Materials, 624, 635-643. 

Webb, N., Buchanan, A. 2017. Tracing the past: A digital analysis of Wells cathedral choir aisle vaults. Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 4, 19-27. 

Webb, N., Buchanan, A. 2018. Tracing the Past: a digital analysis of the Lady Chapel vaults at Ely cathedral. Digital Heritage, New Realities: Authenticity & Automation in the Digital Age. 

Webb, N. 2017, Buchanan, A. Tracing the Past: A Digital Analysis of the North Transept and Chancel Vaults at Nantwich St Mary’s Church. Digital Past. 

Windows

Arrol, A., Brown, S. 2015. The Great East Window of York Minster. Historic Churches. Online <https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/great-east-window/great-east-window.htm>.

Baker, P. 2017. Improving the Thermal Performance of Traditional Windows: Metal-Framed Windows. Historic England, Swindon.

Brown, S. 2018. The Great East Window of York Minster: An English Masterpiece. Third Millennium.

Harris, R. B. 2017. Incised design for Gothic window tracery, Wymondham Abbey, Norfolk. Antiquaries Journal, 97, 171-186.

Graves, C. P., Cramp, R. 2014. Medieval window glass. In Cramp, R. The Hirsel Excavations, 199-200. Society for Medieval Archaeology, London.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Draught-proofing Windows and Doors. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Dormer Windows. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2015. Traditional Windows: Their Care, Repair and Upgrading. Historic England, Swindon.

University of York 2016. Restoring York Minster’s medieval masterpiece. University of York, York.

Period/Style

Anglo- Saxon

Bagshaw, S. 2014. The building stones of St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst. The Friends of Deerhurst Church, Deerhurst.

Bailiff, I.K. 2013. Luminescence dating of brick from Brixworth Church- re-testing by the Durham Laboratory. In Parsons, D., Sutherland, D.S., The Anglo-Saxon Church of All Saints, Brixworth, Northamptonshire. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 243-250. 

Barnwell, P. S. 2015. Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 300-950. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 4. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Barnwell, P. S. 2016. Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 950-1150. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 5. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Department of Archaeology, Durham University 2013. Wearmouth and Jarrow: One Monastery in Two Places. Department of Archaeology, Durham University.

Everson, P. 2017. Archaeology and archiepiscopal reform : greater churches in York Diocese in the 11th century. The archaeology of the eleventh century : continuities and transformations. Dawn M. Hadley, Chris C. Dyer. (eds). The Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph, 38, 177-202. Routledge, Abingdon.

Gabor, T 2013. Life before the Minster: the Social Dynamics of Monastic Foundation at Anglo-Saxon Lyminge, Kent. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 109-145. 

Haslam, J. 2013. The Unfinished Chapel at Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, and Ecclesiastical Politics in The Early Eleventh Century. Archaeological Journal, 170, 1, 272-301. 

Kirton, J. 2016. Sculpture and place : a biographical approach to recontextualising Cheshire’s early medieval stone sculpture. PhD, University of Chester. 

Lomas, C. 2012. Identifying the early medieval towns of Somerset. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society Proceedings, 155, 39-54.

Potter, J. F. 2016. Patterns in stonework : the early churches in Northern England : a further study in ecclesiastical geology. Part B, The counties of Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, Westmorland and Yorkshire. British Archaeological Reports Ltd, Oxford.

Potter, J. F. 2015. Patterns in stonework : the early churches in northern England a further study in ecclesiastical geology, Part A the counties of Cheshire, Cumberland, Derbyshire, Durham, Lancashire and Lincolnshire. ArchaeoPress. Oxford.

Medieval

Alcock, N. 2013. A fourteenth-century illustration of a cruck. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 28-30. 

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2012. An early fifteenth-century Warwickshire cruck house using joggled halvings. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 19-27. 

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2013. The earliest tree-ring dated base-cruck house: 21 High Street, Alcester, Warwickshire. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 74-78. 

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2013. The medieval peasant house in Midland England. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Alexander, J. 2012. The Standing Fabric and the Rockeries: reconstructing the priory of St Peter, Thurgarton. in J. Burton and K. Stober, (eds), The Regular Canons in the Medieval British Isles, Medieval Church Studies, 19, 433-457. 

Alexander, J. 2013. The Construction of the Gothic Priory Church at Hexham. in Jeremy Ashbee and Julian Luxford (eds), Newcastle and Northumberland, Roman and Medieval Art and Architecture, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 36, 115-140. Maney Publishing, Leeds.

Alexander, J. 2014. “Excellent, new and uniforme yn work”, the church of St Mary in Nottingham’. Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 118, 1-22. 

Algar, D., Saunders, P. 2014. A medieval pottery kiln in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 107, 146-155. 

Allan, J, Alcock, N, Dawson, D. 2015. West Country Households 1500-1700. Society for Post Medieval Archaeology: Monograph Series. Society for Post Medieval Archaeology. The boydell Press, Woodbridge.

Arrol, A., Brown, S. 2015. The Great East Window of York Minster. Historic Churches. Online <https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/great-east-window/great-east-window.htm>.

Ashbee, J., Luxford, L. 2013. Newcastle and Northumberland: Roman and Medieval Architecture and Art. Newcastle and Northumberland, Roman and Medieval Art and Architecture, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 36. Maney Publishing, Leeds.

Aston, M, Eccleston, M, Forbes, M, Hall, T. 2012. Medieval Farming in Winscombe Parish in North Somerset. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society Proceedings, 155, 79-144. 

Aston, M, Forbes, M. 2012. The Winscombe Project 2011. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society Proceedings, 155, 200-202. 

Ayers, B. 2017. The parish churches of Norwich north of the River Wensum: city, community, architecture and antiquarianism. Church Archaeology, 18, 1-20. 

Ayers, T. 2013. The Medieval Stained Glass of Merton College, Oxford, Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi (CVMA) Great Britain, VI, 2 vols. British Academy, Oxford.

Ayre, J, Wroe-Brown, R. 2015. The Eleventh- and Twelfth-century Waterfront and Settlement at Queenhithe: Excavations at Bull Wharf, City of London. Archaeological Journal, 172, 2, 195-272.

Badham, S. 2016. Monumental Brasses. Historic Churches. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/church-monumental-brasses/church-monumentalbrasses.htm>

Barnwell, P. S. 2016. Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 950-1150. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 5. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Barnwell, P. S. 2018. Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 1150-1350. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 7. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Barrett, C. 2012. Roland and Crusade Imagery in an English Royal Chapel: early thirteenth-century wall paintings in Claverley church, Shropshire. The Antiquaries Journal, 92, 129-168.

Bashford, R., Dodd, A. 2014. Medieval and Post-Medieval Remains from Excavations on the Site of the New Auditorium, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 2008. Oxoniensia, 79.

Beacham, P. 2017. Buckfast Abbey : history, art and architecture. Merrell Publishers, London.

Beech, R 2016. The Hammer-beam Roof of Westminster Hall and the Structural Rationale of Hugh Herland. Architectural History, 59, 25-61.

Beech, R. 2015. The hammer-beam roof: tradition, innovation and the carpenter’s art in late medieval England. PhD, University of Birmingham. 

Bellenger, D. A. 2013. St Wulstan’s, Little Malvern / a history. Downside Abbey Press, Downside.

Biddle, M. 2014. Henry VIII’s Coastal Artillery Fort at Camber Castle, Rye, East Sussex. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Binski, P. 2014. The ‘Prentice’s Bracket’ at Gloucester Cathedral. Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 167, 124-132. 

Binski, P. 2014. Gothic Wonder: Art, Artifice and the Decorated Style 1290-1350. Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, Yale. 

Borman, T. The story of the Tower of London. Merrell Publishing, London.

Brett, C. J. 2012. A tenement ‘In Front of the Cross’. Somerset Dorset Notes & Queries, 37, March, 93-100. 

Brindle, S. 2012. The keep at Conisbrough castle, Yorkshire. Chateau Gaillard, 25, 61-74. Centre de Recherches Archeologiques et Historiques Medievales (CRAHM). 

Brown, S. 2018. The Great East Window of York Minster: An English Masterpiece. Third Millennium.

Brown, S. 2014. York Minster: An architectural history c 1220-1500. E-book. Historic England, Swindon.

Buchanan, A., Webb, N. 2017. Creativity in Three Dimensions : An Investigation of the Presbytery Aisles of Wells Cathedral. British Art Studies, 6. 

Buchanan, A., Webb, N. 2018. Two- and Three-dimensional Geometry in Tierceron Vaults: A Case Study of Exeter Cathedral. In Sixth International Congress on Construction History, 391-397. 

Buchanan, A., Webb, N. 2017. Tracing Tiercerons: an evaluation of the significant properties of thirteenth and

fourteenth-century tierceron vaults in England. In Building Histories. The Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Construction History Society, 145-147. 

Budd, D., Wilson, M. 2014. The Moor Hall Wixford Archaeological Project: Unveiling Moor Hall. CADAS Bulletin, 477, March. 

Budge, A. 2017. The 14th-Century Rebuilding of the Collegiate Church of St Mary’s, Warwick. Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 170, 1, 82-114. 

Butler, L., Clark, J. 2015. Behind the Romanesque Frieze at Lincoln Cathedral. Archaeological Journal, 172, 2, 423-442. 

Byng, G. 2015. The contract for the north aisle at the church of St James, Biddenham. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 251-265.

Campbell, J. W. P. 2012. Architectural design and exterior display in gentry houses in 14th and 15th-century England. PhD, Queen’s University Belfast. 

Cannon, J. 2014. Medieval Architectural Style. Shire Books, London. 

Carfagnini, C., Baraccani, S., Silvestri, S., Theodossopoulos, D. 2018. The effects of in-plane shear displacements at the springings of Gothic cross vaults. Construction and Building Materials, 186, 219-232.

Carfagnini, C., Baraccani, S., Silvestri, S., Theodossopoulos, D. 2017. Pseudo-Static Response of Masonry Cross Vaults to Imposed Shear Displacements at the Springing. Key Engineering Materials, 747, 456-463. 

Champion, M. 2015. Medieval Graffiti: The Lost Voices of England’s Churches. Ebury Press, London. 

Delman, R. M. 2017. Elite female constructions of power and space in England, 1444-1541. PhD, University of Oxford.

Demidowicz, G., Demidowicz, T. 2015. Evesham Abbey Bell Tower : a documentary and architectural history. Vale of Evesham Historical Society.

Department of Archaeology, Durham University ongoing. Medieval Graffiti in the Prior’s Chapel, Durham Priory. Department of Archaeology, Durham University.

Department of Archaeology, Durham University ongoing. Auckland Castle. Department of Archaeology, Durham University. 

Draper, P. 2013. Recent Interpretations of the Late-12th-Century Rebuilding of the East End of Canterbury Cathedral and its Historical Context. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 37, 106-115.

Dyer, C. 2013. Living in peasant houses in late medieval England. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 19-27. 

Everson, P. 2017. Archaeology and archiepiscopal reform : greater churches in York Diocese in the 11th century. The archaeology of the eleventh century : continuities and transformations. Dawn M. Hadley, Chris C. Dyer. (eds). The Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph, 38, 177-202. Routledge, Abingdon.

Fernie, E. 2014. Romanesque Architecture : The First Style of the European Age. Yale University Press, New Haven. 

Flannery, J. 2016. Fifty English Steeples: The Finest Medieval Parish Church Towers and Spires in England. Thames and Hudson Ltd, London.

Fox, H., Tompkins, M., Dyer, C. 2012. Dartmoor’s alluring uplands, transhumace and pastoral management in the Middle Ages. The English Historical Review, 129, 538, 693–696.

Franklin, J. A., Heels, T. A., Stevenson, C., Hislop, S., Heslop,T. A. 2013. Architecture and Interpretation : Essays for Eric Fernie. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge.

Gerhold, Dorian 2016. London plotted : plans of London buildings c.1450-1720. London Topographical Society. 

Gilchrist, R. 2015. Glastonbury Abbey: archaeological investigations 1904-79. Society of Antiquaries of London, London.

Gomolka, A. 2016. Petrified passions : bodily rhetoric in architectural sculpture, c.1100-c.1270. PhD, University of East Anglia. 

Gould, D. R. 2016. Rabbit warrens of South-West England : landscape context, socio-economic significance and symbolism. PhD, University of Exeter. 

Graves, C. P., Cramp, R. 2014. Medieval window glass. In Cramp, R. The Hirsel Excavations, 199-200. Society for Medieval Archaeology, London.

Hall, B. 2014. The South Oculus Canterbury Cathedral. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/canterbury-oculus/canterbury-oculus.htm.

Hare, J. 2012. The Architectural Patronage of Two Late Medieval Bishops: Edington, Wykeham and the rebuilding of Winchester Cathedral nave. The Antiquaries Journal, 92, 273-305. 

Hare, J. 2017. The Victoria History of Hampshire: Medieval Basingstoke. Victoria County History.

Harris, R. B. 2017. Incised design for Gothic window tracery, Wymondham Abbey, Norfolk. Antiquaries Journal, 97, 171-186.

Harrison, H., McNeill, J., Plummer, P., Simpson, G. 2012. The Presbytery Vault at St Albans. The Antiquaries Journal, 92, 245-272.

Hawkins, J. W. 2018. Images of Oxford, 1191-1759. PhD, University of Oxford.

Hawkins, M. 2016. Solving the architectural puzzle : Delapré Abbey decoded. Northamptonshire Past and Present, 69, 28-40.

Heslop, T. A. ed. 2015. Norwich: Medieval and Early Modern Art, Architecture and Archaeology. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions. Maney Publishing, Leeds.

Hill, N. 2013. Hall and Chambers: Oakham Castle Reconsidered. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 163-216. 

Hill, N., Rogers, A. 2013. Guild, hospital and alderman : New light on the founding of Browne’s Hospital, Stamford. Abremis, Bury St Edmunds.

Hillson, J. 2015. St Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster : architecture, decoration and politics in the reigns of Henry III and the three Edwards (1227-1363). PhD, University of York, York.

Holder, N. 2019. The friaries of medieval London : from foundation to dissolution. Studies in the history of medieval religion. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge. 

Howard, C., Pullen, R. 2014. Castle Heaton, Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland: An Investigation of the Vaulted Building and Adjacent Earthworks. Historic England, Swindon.

Howson, T. 2012. A small in-line hall house. Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter, 5, 7.

Howson, T. 2012. The chancel screen in Holy Trinity Church, Bradwell-Juxta-Coggeshall, Essex. Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter, 8, 3-7. 

Howson, T. 2014. A pair of late medieval two-cell houses in an Essex village, and a regional context for the building type. Vernacular Architecture, 45, 67-80. 

Hudson, J., Theodossopoulos, D. 2017. Gothic Barrel Vaults under Differential Settlement: The Effects of Boundary Conditions and FRP on Structural Behaviour. Key Engineering Materials, 747, 496-503.  

Impey, E. 2017. The Great Barn of 1425-7 at Harmondsworth, Middlesex. Historic England, Swindon.

Impey, E., Belford, P. 2017. The Lost Medieval Barn of Abingdon Abbey at Cumnor. Oxoniensia, 82, 35.

Jacob, L. 2015. Shodfriars Hall, 2-4 South Street, Boston, Lincolnshire: Historic Building Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Jervis, B. 2017. Decline or transformation? Archaeology and the late Medieval ‘urban decline’ in southern England. Archaeological Journal, 174, 1, 211-243.

Johnson, C. 2016. Steep, Strait and High : ancient houses of Central Lincoln. The Lincoln Record Society, The Boydell Press, Lincoln. 

Keen, L. 2015. Medieval Decorated Floor Tiles from Brockworth Court and a Pavement for Llanthony Priory, Gloucester. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 133, 131-139. 

Kerr, S. 2016. A study of lodging ranges in late Medieval England. PhD, Queen’s University Belfast.

Kingman, M. 2012. Pre-Reformation brick building in Staffordshire. British Brick Society Information, 120, May, 5-14. 

Kirton, J. 2016. Sculpture and place : a biographical approach to recontextualising Cheshire’s early medieval stone sculpture. PhD, University of Chester. 

Kirton, J., Young, G. 2017. Excavations at Bamburgh: New Revelations in Light of Recent Investigations at the Core of the Castle Complex. Archaeological Journal, 174, 1, 146-210. 

Latter, Jonathan E. 2013. A second elysium : the Parish Church of St. Thomas à Becket, Ramsey, a history and guide. Amber-and-Turquoise Books, London.

Leech, R. 2014. The Town House in Medieval and Early Modern Bristol. Historic England, Swindon.

Lopez, M. 2015. Objective evaluation of a simulation of the acoustics of a medieval urban space used for dramatic performances. Applied Acoustics, 88, 38-43. 

Lowerre, A. 2012. Hailes Abbey Culvert Evaluation, Assessment Report and Updated Project Design. Historic England, Swindon.

Lunnon, H. E. 2012. Making an entrance : studies of medieval church porches in Norfolk. PhD, University of East Anglia. 

McCann, J., Ryan, P., Davies, B. 2014. Buildings of the deer hunt to 1642, Part 1. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 58, 28-59. 

McCann, J., Ryan, P., Davies, B. 2015. Buildings of the deer hunt to 1642, Part 2. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 59, 49-69.

McIntyre, L. 2015. A review of the Church of England’s management of medieval bishops’ palaces. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 21, 2, 85-97. 

Meeson, B. 2012. Structural trends in English medieval buildings: new insights from dendrochronology. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 58-75.

Menuge, A., Went, D. 2013. Nappa Hall, Askrigg, North Yorkshire: An Investigation and Assessment of the Late Medieval Hall in its Immediate Setting. Historic England, Swindon.

Miles, J. E. 2017. The potential of structural analysis in archaeological simulation and interpretation: a case study of medieval Winchester Cathedral precinct. PhD, University of Southampton. 

Milner, L. 2017. Lincoln Cathedral Treasure House. The Antiquaries Journal, 97, 205-229. 

Minihan, G. 2015. Ightham Mote in the fourteenth century : the lived experience of Sir Thomas Couen (d.1372). University of Southampton.

Molyneux, N. 2012. Hartlebury Castle, Worcestershire : An Introduction to its Architectural History. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 56, 9-32.

Muir, A. 2012. Regional Power and the Profits of War: the East Range of Warwick Castle. Archaeological Journal, 169, 29-31.

Newson, J. 2013. Beakhead Decoration on Romanesque Arches in the Upper Thames Valley. Oxo-niensia, 78, 71.

Norton, C. 2012. Lastingham and the Architecture of the Benedictine revival in Northumbria. Anglo-Norman Studies XXXIV: Proceeedings of the Battle Conference 2011, 34, 63-104. 

O’Sullivan, D. 2013. In the Company of the Preachers: The Archaeology of Medieval Friaries in England and Wales. Leicester Archaeology Monograph 23, Leicester.

Parkyn, A., Mcneill, T. 2012. Cheshire Castles of the Irish Sea Cultural Zone. Archaeological Journal, 169, 1, 480518. 

Pearson, S. 2012. The provision of services in medieval houses in Kent. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 28-46. 

Potter, J. F. 2016. Patterns in stonework : the early churches in Northern England : a further study in ecclesiastical geology. Part B, The counties of Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, Westmorland and Yorkshire. British Archaeological Reports Ltd, Oxford.

Potter, J. F. 2015. Patterns in stonework : the early churches in northern England a further study in ecclesiastical geology, Part A the counties of Cheshire, Cumberland, Derbyshire, Durham, Lancashire and Lincolnshire. ArchaeoPress. Oxford.

Rees, L., Lewis, M. J. T. 2014. A fragment of cosmatesque mosaic from Wimborne Minster, Dorset. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 135-151.

Rhodes, M. 2015. Devon’s Torre Abbey : faith, politics and grand designs. The History Press Ltd, Stroud.

Rimmer, M. 2015. The Angel Roofs of East Anglia : Unseen Masterpieces of the Middle Ages. Lutterworth Press, Cambridge.

Roffey, S. 2012. Medieval leper hospitals in England: an archaeological perspective. Medieval Archaeology, 56, 203-233.

Rossi, A. 2012. A tale of two barns: Paston and Waxham. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 56, 35-53. 

Rossi, A. 2013. Paston Barn. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 57, 117-0. 

Saltmarsh, J., Monteith, P., Vaux, B. 2015. King’s College Chapel : a history and commentary / John Saltmarsh edited by Peter Monteith, Bert Vaux. 

Schofield, J. 2016. St Paul’s Cathedral : archaeology and history. Oxbow Press, Oxford.

Shakeshaft, P. 2012. History of Holy Trinity, Freckleton. Scotforth Books, Lancaster.

Sharples, J. 2012. Gateways to Power: The Castles of Ranulf III of Chester and Llywelyn the Great of Gwynedd. Archaeological Journal, 169, 15-17.

Smith, L. 2012. Norton Priory, Runcorn. Archaeological Journal, 169, 23-29.

Smith, L. 2012. The pentagon and pentagram star: the natural design of Lincoln Cathedral high roof. Mortice and Tenon, 49, Autumn, 12-14. 

Smith, P. L., Bexon, R. 2013. The Bishop’s palace at Salisbury : a concise history of the former palace of the bishops of Salisbury. Spire Books Ltd, Reading.

Smith, R. 2013. Monks, myths and multi-vocality : presenting the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey. PhD, University of Reading. 

Sou, L. 2016. Church of St Edward and the Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire: Geospatial Survey of Standing Medieval Cross. Historic England, Swindon.

Sternberg, M. 2013. Cistercian Architecture and Medieval Society. Brill, Leiden.

Stuart, R. B. 2014. Bowhill: The archaeological study of a building under repair in Exeter, Devon, 1977-95. Historic England, Swindon.

Tankard, D. 2012. Houses of the Weald and Downland: people and houses of south-east England c1300-1900. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Thorp, John R.L. 2013. The wagon roofs at St James’s Priory, Bristol. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 31-45.

Thurlby, M. 2018. Observations on the Romanesque Church of St Peter-in-the-East, Oxford. Oxoniensia, 82, 4579. 

Thurlby, M. 2014. The Abbey Church of Lessay (Manche) and Romanesque Architecture in North-East England. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 71-92. 

Thurlby, M. 2018. Anglo-Saxon Reminiscences and other aspects of the Romanesque Fabric of Worcester Cathedral. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society, 26, 113-148. 

Thurlby, M. 2014. The Architecture and Sculpture of Deerhurst Priory: The Later 11th, 12th– and Early 13thCentury Work. The Friends of Deerhurst Church, Deerhurst.

Tolan-Smith, C., Richmond, P. 2017. Hexham Abbey revealed : the Hexham Abbey project 2009-2017. Hexham Local History Society, Northumberland.

Towler, D.R. 2012. Unlocking Stebbing’ s past, 1200-1600. Essex Journal, 47, 43-44.

Turnock, J. A. 2018. Landscapes of patronage, power and salvation : a contextual study of architectural stone sculpture in Northern England, c.1070-c.1155. PhD, Durham University.

University of Reading 2013. Glastonbury Abbey Archaeology. University of Reading.

University of Sheffield 2016. The Rothwell Charnel Chapel Project. Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield. 

University of York 2016. St Stephen’s Chapel Westminster Visual and Political Culture 1292 to 1941. University of York, York.

University of York 2016. Restoring York Minster’s medieval masterpiece. University of York, York.

Walker, J. 2014. Baythorne Hall, a raised-aisle hall in Birdbrook, Essex, and its relationship to other raisedaisled halls. Vernacular Architecture, 45, 81-95.

Walls, S. H., Morris, B. 2013. The Three Crowns Hotel: evidence of a medieval tenement and early 18th-century Inn clearance in High Street Chagford. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 71, 99-121.

Webb, N., Buchanan, A. 2017. Tracing the past: A digital analysis of Wells cathedral choir aisle vaults. Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 4, 19-27. 

Webb, N., Buchanan, A. 2018. Tracing the Past: a digital analysis of the Lady Chapel vaults at Ely cathedral. Digital Heritage, New Realities: Authenticity & Automation in the Digital Age. 

Webb, N. 2017, Buchanan, A. Tracing the Past: A Digital Analysis of the North Transept and Chancel Vaults at Nantwich St Mary’s Church. Digital Past. 

Wells, E. J. 2017. A History and Analysis of the Hall. In Brightman, J. (ed). Charting Chipeling: The Archaeology of the Kiplin Estate. Solstice Heritage, Northallerton.

Weston, D. W. V. 2013. Rose Castle and the bishops of Carlisle 1133-2012. Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, Kendal.

White, P., Cook, A. 2015. Sherborne Old Castle, Dorset : archaeological investigations, 1930-90. Society of Antiquaries of London.

Willoughby, J. 2012. Inhabited Sacristies in Medieval England: the Case of St Mary’s, Warwick. The Antiquaries Journal, 92, 331-345.

Zeeman, N. 2014. King’s College Chapel 1515-2015 : art, music and religion in Cambridge. Harvey Miller Publishers, New York.

Tudor/Jacobean c1485-c1650

Banks, K. 2014. “Living off the fat of the land”? Wealth and status amongst early modern yeomen and husbandmen. Tewkesbury History Society Bulletin, 23. 

Banks, K. 2012. ‘A stitch in time’: Tewkesbury’s 17th and 18th century stocking manufacturers. Tewkesbury History Society Bulletin, 21, 9-13.

Barnwell, P. S. 2017. Patron and Craftsman in Tudor and Early Stuart England: Essays for Malcolm Airs. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 6. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Biddle, M. 2014. Henry VIII’s Coastal Artillery Fort at Camber Castle, Rye, East Sussex. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Binski, P. 2013. Humfrey Lovell and the Gates of Gonville and Caius College : A Note on the Sources. Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 166, 179-88.

Budd, D., Wilson, M. 2014. The Moor Hall Wixford Archaeological Project: Unveiling Moor Hall. CADAS Bulletin, 477, March. 

Burnstock, A., Sitwell, C., Daunt, C., Freeman, S. 2012. A room transposed: A technical and historical study of the King’s Room, Westwood Manor, Wiltshire, UK. Studies in Conservation, 57, SUPPL. 1. 

Cann, J., Rolf, B. 2012. Bidwell Barton, Newton St Cyres. Devonshire Association Transactions, 144, 371-378.

Charles, A. C. 2017. Deciphering the ‘Dutch houses’ : Netherlandish architectural influence in East Kent, 15501750. University of Kent.

Clifford, C. R. 2013. Performance spaces in English royal palaces, 1509-1642. PhD, University of Birmingham.

Cole, E. 2017. Theobalds, Hertfordshire: The Plan and Interiors of an Elizabethan Country House. Architectural History, 60, 71-116. 

Cooper, N. 2013. A Building Project for William, Lord Paget, at Burton-on-Trent. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 249-286.

Cooper, N. 2014. Sutton Place re-examined. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 173-210. 

Cromwell, T. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Northamptonshire : An archaeological evaluation of the East Courtyard and the Service Courtyard. Historic England, Swindon.

Cromwell, T. 2012. Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire: Survey of Possible Elizabethan Stairs in Southwest Corner Tower of the Keep. Historic England, Swindon.

Crosby, A. 2013. Piety and charity 1480-1580: probate records in four Surrey parishes. Local Historian, 43, 1, 26-43. 

Delman, R. M. 2017. Elite female constructions of power and space in England, 1444-1541. PhD, University of Oxford.

Dix, B. 2014. ‘. with Great Art, cost, and Diligens.’the Reconstruction of the Elizabethan Garden at Kenilworth Castle. Marion Harney (ed). Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation, 339-344. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Drury, P., Jeffery, S., Wrightson, D. 2016. Moor Park in the Seventeenth Century. The Antiquaries Journal, 96, 241-290. 

Duck, J. 2015. The profane and the sacred : expressions of belief in the domestic buildings of Southern Fenland, circa 1500 to 1700 AD. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Durbin, L. 2015. Tile Work of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Migration of Techniques and Styles. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/tile-work-styles/tile-workstyles.htm.

Fox, C. M. 2013. The Royal Almshouse at Westminster c.1500- c.1600. PhD, Royal Holloway, University of London. 

Gerhold, Dorian 2016. London plotted : plans of London buildings c.1450-1720. London Topographical Society. 

Guerci, M. 2014. From Northampton to Northumberland: the Strand Palace during the Suffolk ownership and the transformations of Algernon Percy, tenth Earl of Northumberland, 1614-68. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 211-251.

Guinness, J. 2012. The Role of the Sheldon Family in Establishing the Tapestry-Weaving Workshops Associated with Their Name. The Antiquaries Journal, 92, 347-352. 

Hardwick, K. 2013. Lower Ashes, Stansfield, Revisited : 1614-2013. Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society, 21.

Hart, V. 2017. British Classicism to 1700 and the Search for a National Architectural Style. Companion to the History of Architecture: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture. Payne, A. (ed.). Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Hartfelder, C. D. 2016. An architecture of industrialism : the Liddell family of Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead, 1607-1808. PhD, Durham University.

Hawkins, J. W. 2018. Images of Oxford, 1191-1759. PhD, University of Oxford.

Hawkins, M. 2016. Solving the architectural puzzle : Delapré Abbey decoded. Northamptonshire Past and Present, 69, 28-40.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : North Gatehouse Roof : Historic Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : Record of opening up : Volume 5 : Historic Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire : The Dovecot Roof  :Historic Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N. 2013. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire: Record of opening up : Volume 4 Historic : Buildings Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, N., Liddle, P. 2013. Donington le Heath Manor House Revisited. Leicestershire Archaeology and History Society Transactions, 87, 161-189. 

Hill, N., Morrison, K 2014. Apethorpe Hall, Apethorpe, Northamptonshire: Record of Opening up: Volume Six.

Historic England, Swindon.

Hodgkinson, J. 2014. A seventeenth-century Sussex woodcarver: the evidence of cast ironwork. Regional Furniture, 28, 39-48. 

Hradsky, R. 2013. An Introduction to Middle Temple Hall. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 57.

Jago, J. 2012. The dissemination and reassessment of private religious space in early modern England: an examination of the cultural contexts surrounding royal, episcopal and collegiate chapels from the accession of James I to the Restoration. PhD, University of York, York.

Jones, J. F. 2013. Dances of life and death : interpretations of early modern religious identity from rural parish chuches and their landscapes along the Hampshire/Sussex border 1500-1800. PhD, University of Southampton.

Lane, R. 2016. The Riding House, St Giles House, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset: Building Investigation. Historic England, Swindon.

Leech, R. 2014. The Town House in Medieval and Early Modern Bristol. Historic England, Swindon.

Linford, N. T. 2013. Portland Castle, Dorset: Report On Geophysical Survey, November 2012. Historic England, Swindon.

Mallgrave, H.F. 2017. The companions to the history of architecture, vol. 1. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Marsh, S. 2016. Reconstructing a historical temporary structure: Henry VIII’s pop-up-palace : Using a 3D engine to recreate the temporary palace from the field of cloth of Gold 1520. 2015 Digital Heritage International Congress, Digital Heritage 2015, 0, 165-168.

McCann, J., Ryan, P., Davies, B. 2014. Buildings of the deer hunt to 1642, Part 1. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 58, 28-59. 

McCann, J., Ryan, P., Davies, B. 2015. Buildings of the deer hunt to 1642, Part 2. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 59, 49-69.

McNeill, T. 2018. Propaganda in Stone : Medieval Style in 17th Century Anglican Churches. Archaeological Journal, 175, 2, 362-281. 

Menuge, Adam. 2015. Dove Cottage, Grasmere, Cumbria: Historic Building Report. Historic England, Swindon.

Milne, S. 2016. Merchants of the City : situating the London Estate of the Drapers’ Company, c. 1540-1640. PhD, University of Westminster, Westminster.

Neild, R. R. 2014. Nevile and his court : the turbulent history of Nevile’s Court, Trinity College, Cambridge. The Georgian Group Journal, 22, 67-75.

Parker, R.W., Bishop, P., Collings, A.G., McNeilage, R. 2013. No. 18 North Street, Exeter: A 17th-century Merchant House with Painted Panelling. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 71, 123-185. 

Pears, R. 2012. Battle of the Styles? Classical and Gothic Architecture in Seventeenth-Century North-East England. Architectural History, 55, 79-110. 

Perring, S. M. 2013. Reformation of the English cathedral landscape: Negotiating change in York Minster Close c. 1500-1642. World Archaeology, 45, 1, 186-205. 

Riall, N. 2015. Thomas Bertie, the master-mason at Winchester Cathedral c 1515-50. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 211-249.

Roberts, R. J. 2012. ‘Two meane fellows grand projectors’ : the self-projection of Sir Arthur Ingram and Lionel Cranfield, Earl of Middlesex, 1600-1645, with particular reference to their houses. PhD, Teesside University. 

Rodwell, K., Bell, R. 2013. Acton Court: The evolution of an early Tudor courtier’s house. Historic England, Swindon.

Rossi, A. 2012. A tale of two barns: Paston and Waxham. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 56, 35-53. 

Saltmarsh, J., Monteith, P., Vaux, B. 2015. King’s College Chapel : a history and commentary / John Saltmarsh edited by Peter Monteith, Bert Vaux. 

Smith, E. Westminster School Buildings, 1630–1730. Westminster : the art, architecture and archaeology of the Royal Abbey and palace. Part 1, Warwick Rodwell, Tim Tatton-Brown. (British Archaeological Association, Conference Transactions, 39:1) (Leeds: Maney, 2015). 

Stanford, C. 2014. The Warren house, Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire: A rare & interesting survival. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 58, 60-86.

Tankard, D. 2012. Houses of the Weald and Downland: people and houses of south-east England c1300-1900. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Thorp, J. R.L. 2012. The construction, presentation and development of a merchant’s town house c.1500-1740: 38 North Street, Exeter. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 70, 147-250.

Towler, D.R. 2012. Unlocking Stebbing’ s past, 1200-1600. Essex Journal, 47, 43-44.

Usher, R., 2015. Solomonic Iconography in Early Stuart Oxford: The South Porch of St Mary the Vir-gin. Oxoniensia 80, 7.

Watkins, A. 2014. Humphrey Ryddell and the Swan at Coleshill: a sixteenth-century small-town innkeeper and his inn. Warwickshire History, 15, 2, 51-71.

Zeeman, N. 2014. King’s College Chapel 1515-2015 : art, music and religion in Cambridge. Harvey Miller Publishers, New York.

Restoration/Queen Anne/Baroque c1650-c1714

Allen, J. 2012. The Monument in the City of London: Repair and Discoveries. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 56, 68-89. 

Arnold, D. 2013. The spaces of the hospital : spatiality and urban change in London 1680-1820. Routledge. 

Banks, K. 2012. ‘A stitch in time’: Tewkesbury’s 17th and 18th century stocking manufacturers. Tewkesbury History Society Bulletin, 21, 9-13.

Beaton, H. E. 2015. A forgotten Baroque master: Thomas Archer (1668-1743). PhD, University of Bristol.

Barks, C. E. M. 2015. A history of TCM : The Thomas Cooper Memorial Church, Lincoln (c. 1695-2015). Lincoln.

Brears, P. C. D. 2015. Dinner on the Ceiling : the 17th-Century Plasterwork at 144 Fore Street, Exeter. In Allan, J, Alcock, N, Dawson, D. 2015. West Country Households 1500-1700, 357-366. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge.

Cawthorne, S. 2018. The architectures of knowledge : spatial metaphors in seventeenth-century science. PhD, University of York, York.

Charles, A. C. 2017. Deciphering the ‘Dutch houses’ : Netherlandish architectural influence in East Kent, 15501750. University of Kent.

Cornish, S. M. 2015. The building pathology of early modern London. PhD, Birkbeck (University of London). 

Drury, P., Jeffery, S., Wrightson, D. 2016. Moor Park in the Seventeenth Century. The Antiquaries Journal, 96, 241-290. 

Duck, J. 2015. The profane and the sacred : expressions of belief in the domestic buildings of Southern Fenland, circa 1500 to 1700 AD. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Durbin, L. 2015. Tile Work of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Migration of Techniques and Styles. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/tile-work-styles/tile-workstyles.htm.

Geraghty, A. 2016. Castle Howard and the Interpretation of English Baroque Architecture. In Hallett, M., Llewellyn, N., and Myrone, M. (eds). Court Country City: British Art and Architecture, 1660-1735 (Studies in British Art, 24), 127-149. 

Geraghty, A. 2013. The Sheldonian Theatre: Architecture and Learning in Seventeenth-Century Oxford. Yale University Press. New Haven.

Gerhold, Dorian 2016. London plotted : plans of London buildings c.1450-1720. London Topographical Society. 

Green, A. G. 2016. Building for England : John Cosin’s architecture in Renaissance Durham and Cambridge. Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Durham. 

Guerci, M. 2014. From Northampton to Northumberland: the Strand Palace during the Suffolk ownership and the transformations of Algernon Percy, tenth Earl of Northumberland, 1614-68. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 211-251. 

Hague, S. G. 2015. The Gentleman’s House in the British Atlantic World 1680-1780. Palgrave, London.

Hague, S. G. 2013. Furnishing for gentility: evidence from small classical houses in Gloucestershire, 1680-1770. Regional Furniture, 27, 45-73. 

Hart, V. 2017. British Classicism to 1700 and the Search for a National Architectural Style. Companion to the History of Architecture: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture. Payne, A. (ed.). Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Hart, V. 2013. A Copy of the Oxford Edition of Andrea Palladio’s L’Antichità di Roma (1709). The Library, 14, 2, 208–212. 

Hartfelder, C. D. 2016. An architecture of industrialism : the Liddell family of Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead, 1607-1808. PhD, Durham University.

Hawkins, J. W. 2018. Images of Oxford, 1191-1759. PhD, University of Oxford.

Hawkins, M. 2016. Solving the architectural puzzle : Delapré Abbey decoded. Northamptonshire Past and Present, 69, 28-40.

Hodgkinson, J. 2014. A seventeenth-century Sussex woodcarver: the evidence of cast ironwork. Regional Furniture, 28, 39-48. 

Hunter, M. C. 2013. Wicked intelligence : visual art and the science of experiment in Restoration London. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Jago, J. 2012. The dissemination and reassessment of private religious space in early modern England: an examination of the cultural contexts surrounding royal, episcopal and collegiate chapels from the accession of James I to the Restoration. PhD, University of York, York.

Jecock, M., Jessop, L. 2016. Tadcaster Bridge, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire: Assessment of Significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Jones, J. F. 2013. Dances of life and death : interpretations of early modern religious identity from rural parish chuches and their landscapes along the Hampshire/Sussex border 1500-1800. PhD, University of Southampton.

Knott, C. A. 2012. George Vernon and the building of Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire : punching above his weight?. PhD, University of Warwick.

Leech, R. 2014. The Town House in Medieval and Early Modern Bristol. Historic England, Swindon.

Legard, J. 2014. Queen Anne, Court Culture and the Construction of Blenheim Palace. Journal for EighteenthCentury Studies, 37, 2, 185-197.

Lithgow, K., Boden, N., Hill, M., Lithgow, R., Measures, K. 2012. A ‘once in a lifetime’ experience: ‘Conservation in action’ for Thornhill’s wall paintings at Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire, UK. Studies in Conservation, 57, 1, 181190.

Mallgrave, H.F. 2017. The companions to the history of architecture, vol. 1. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

McKeller, E. 2013. Landscapes of London: the City, the Country and the Suburbs, 1660-1840. Yale University Press, New Haven.

McNeill, T. 2018. Propaganda in Stone : Medieval Style in 17th Century Anglican Churches. Archaeological Journal, 175, 2, 362-281. 

Morel, A-F. 2016. The Ethics and Aesthetics of Architecture: The Anglican Reception of Roman Baroque Churches. Architectural Histories, 4, 17, 1-13. 

Morel, A-F. 2018. Preserving the Nation’s Zeal: Church Buildings and English Christian History in Stuart England. In: Enenkel K., Ottenheym K. (Eds.), The Quest for an Appropriate Past: 1400-1700, 707-730.

Neild, R. R. 2014. Nevile and his court : the turbulent history of Nevile’s Court, Trinity College, Cambridge. The Georgian Group Journal, 22, 67-75.

Parker, R.W., Bishop, P., Collings, A.G., McNeilage, R. 2013. No. 18 North Street, Exeter: A 17th-century Merchant House with Painted Panelling. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 71, 123-185. 

Pears, R. 2012. Battle of the Styles? Classical and Gothic Architecture in Seventeenth-Century North-East England. Architectural History, 55, 79-110. 

Roberts, R. 2015. ‘The Untold Story’ : The mediated female ghost in England’s Blenheim Palace. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 18, 1, 35-51.

Schofield, J. 2016. St Paul’s Cathedral : archaeology and history. Oxbow Press, Oxford.

Smith, E. Westminster School Buildings, 1630–1730. Westminster : the art, architecture and archaeology of the

Royal Abbey and palace. Part 1, Warwick Rodwell, Tim Tatton-Brown. (British Archaeological Association, Conference Transactions, 39:1) (Leeds: Maney, 2015). 

Tankard, D. 2012. Houses of the Weald and Downland: people and houses of south-east England c1300-1900. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Thorp, J. R.L. 2012. The construction, presentation and development of a merchant’s town house c.1500-1740: 38 North Street, Exeter. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 70, 147-250.

Tierney, E. A. 2012. Strategies for celebration : realising the ideal celebratory city in London and Paris, 16601715. PhD, University of Sussex, Sussex.

West, S. 2013. An architectural typology for the early modern country house library, 1660-1720. Library, 14, 4, 441-464.

Eighteenth century/Georgian

Amos, K. 2016. Mansion House: its history and its occupants. Scallop Shell Press, Reading.

Armstrong, H. 2017. The lost landscapes and interiorscapes of the eighteenth-century estate: reconstructing Wanstead House and its grounds. PhD, Birkbeck (University of London). 

Arnold, D. 2013. The spaces of the hospital : spatiality and urban change in London 1680-1820. Routledge. 

Aymonino, A., Guerci, M. 2016. The architectural transformation of Northumberland House under the 7th Duke of Somerset and the 1st Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, 1748-86. The Antiquaries Journal, 96, 315-361.

Banks, K. 2012. ‘A stitch in time’: Tewkesbury’s 17th and 18th century stocking manufacturers. Tewkesbury History Society Bulletin, 21, 9-13.

Beaton, H. E. 2015. A forgotten Baroque master: Thomas Archer (1668-1743). PhD, University of Bristol.

Bertram, A. C. R. 2012. Chinese influence on English garden design and architecture between 1700 and 1860. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Bhanji, S. 2013. Caleb Hedgeland’s Model of Exeter and the Topology of the Georgian City. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 71, 187-209. 

Barks, C. E. M. 2015. A history of TCM : The Thomas Cooper Memorial Church, Lincoln (c. 1695-2015). Lincoln.

Boyington, A. 2018. Maids, wives and widows : female architectural patronage in eighteenth-century Britain. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Brittain, K. 2017. The Classical Rebirth of Oxford: A Reappraisal of Peckwater’s Palladianism. Oxoni-ensia, 82, 105.

Bulmer, E. 2016. Colour in Georgian Interiors. The Building Conservation Directory. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/georgian-interiors-colour/georgian-interiors-colour.htm>

Byrne, E. 2013. Unbuilt Bristol : the city that might have been 1750-2050. Redcliffe Press, Bristol.

Charles, A. C. 2017. Deciphering the ‘Dutch houses’ : Netherlandish architectural influence in East Kent, 15501750. University of Kent.

Coad, J. 2013. Support for the Fleet: Architecture and engineering of the Royal Navy’s bases 1700-1914. Historic England, Swindon.

Cox, O. J. W. 2012. An Oxford College and the Eighteenth-Century Gothic Revival. Oxoniensia, 77. 

Dakers, C. 2018. Fonthill recovered : a cultural history. UCL Press, London.

Davidson, A. K., Davey, B. 2016. Woburn Abbey : the park and gardens. Pimpernel Press Ltd, London.

Durbin, L. 2015. Tile Work of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Migration of Techniques and Styles. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/tile-work-styles/tile-workstyles.htm.

Ferng, J. 2017. ‘Stones of use’ : Cobalt, Spar and the Utility of Architectural Materials. Journal for EighteenthCentury Studies, 40, 3, 399-420. 

Geraghty, A. 2013. After Colvin’s Canterbury Quadrangle. In Airs, M., and Whyte, W. (eds). Architectural History after Colvin, 42-57. Shaun Tyas, Stamford.

Gibson, F. 2013. St John the Evangelist, Shobdon: A Conservation Case Study. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/shobdon-conservation/shobdon-conservation.htm.

Gillespie, R. 2017. The Rise and Fall of Cork Model Collections in Britain. Architectural History, 60, 117-146. 

Griffith, S. 2015. The Abbotsbury Gardens story. Step-Up Books, Dorchester.

Hague, S. G. 2015. The Gentleman’s House in the British Atlantic World 1680-1780. Palgrave, London.

Hague, S. G. 2013. Furnishing for gentility: evidence from small classical houses in Gloucestershire, 1680-1770. Regional Furniture, 27, 45-73. 

Harney, M. 2013. Place-making for the imagination: Horace Walpole and Strawberry Hill. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Farnham. 

Harrington, R. 2017. Georgian plasterwork in Britain : historiography, interpretation, restoration : a case study of Fairfax House, York. PhD, University of Leeds.

Harrison, J. 2017. The Origin, Development and Decline of Back-to-Back Houses in Leeds, 1787–1937. Industrial Archaeology Review, 39, 2, 101-116.

Hartfelder, C. D. 2016. An architecture of industrialism : the Liddell family of Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead, 1607-1808. PhD, Durham University.

Hawkins, J. W. 2018. Images of Oxford, 1191-1759. PhD, University of Oxford.

Hawkins, M. 2016. Solving the architectural puzzle : Delapré Abbey decoded. Northamptonshire Past and Present, 69, 28-40.

Hodgetts, C., Booth, M. 2012. Warwick Court House. Warwickshire History, 15, 2, 43-63. 

Howard, C. 2016. Croxdale Hall, County Durham: An Assessment of the Walled Garden. Historic England, Swindon.

John, E. 2013. Drawing rooms, dining rooms and parlours in the homes of London’s middling sorts 1740-1810. Regional Furniture, 27, 141-155. 

Jones, J. F. 2013. Dances of life and death : interpretations of early modern religious identity from rural parish chuches and their landscapes along the Hampshire/Sussex border 1500-1800. PhD, University of Southampton.

Kendall, P. 2012. The Royal Engineers at Chatham 1750–2012. Historic England, Swindon.

Lindfield, P. N. 2018. Reading Vathek and Fonthill Abbey: William Beckford’s architectural imagination. In C. Dakers. Fonthill Recovered: A Cultural History. 284-301. UCL Press, London.

Lindfield, P. N. 2018. Horace Walpole’s Strawberry Hill House (1749). In S. Bacon. The Gothic, 153-160. Peter Lang Ltd, Witney.

Lindfield, P. N. 2016. Georgian Gothic: Medievalist Architecture, Furniture and Interiors, 1730-1840. Boydell Press, Woodbridge. 

Lindfield, P. N. 2012. Furnishing Britain : Gothic as a national aesthetic, 1740-1840. PhD, University of St Andrews.

Livingstone, N. 2015. The mistresses of Cliveden : three centuries of scandal, power and intrigue in an English stately home. Arrow Books Ltd., London

Lloyd, M., Schilling, M. 2013. The Royal Society of Arts. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 19, 3, 232-245. 

Mallgrave, H.F. 2017. The companions to the history of architecture, vol. 2. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

McKeller, E. 2013. Landscapes of London: the City, the Country and the Suburbs, 1660-1840. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Milne, G. 2014. St. Bride’s Church London: Archaeological research 1952-60 and 1992-5. Historic England, Swindon.

Molyneux, N. 2012. Hartlebury Castle, Worcestershire : An Introduction to its Architectural History. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 56, 9-32.

Musson, J. 2014. Aubrey House. Historic England, Swindon.

Oestreicher, L. 2014. Imitation Timber Graining in the 18th and 19th Centuries. The Building Conservation

Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/timber-graining/timber-graining.htm

O’Neill, C. R. 2018. Bearing the impossible : the caryatid in Britain, 1790-1914. PhD, University of York, York.

Penney, C. 2016. Peter Hoare and the Hurd Library at Hartlebury Castle, Worcestershire. Library & Information History, 32, 1-2, 46-57.

Phibbs, J. 2017. Place-making: The Art of Capability Brown. Historic England, Swindon.

Reed, C., Smith, K. Collaborating across Heritage and Higher Education to Reveal the Global History of Osterley Park House. In Finn, M., Smith, K. (eds). New Paths to Public Histories, 47-72. Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Reeve, M. M. 2013. Dickie Bateman and the Gothicization of Old-Windsor: Gothic Architecture and Sexuality in the Circle of Horace Walpole. Architectural History, 56, 97-131.

Salmon, F. 2013. Our Great Master Kent’ and the Design of Holkham Hall: A Reassessment. Architectural History, 56, 63-96.

Sands, F. 2016. Robert Adam’s London. ArchaeoPress, Oxford.

Smith, A. L. R. 2017. Acquisition, patronage and display : contextualising the art collections of Longford Castle during the long eighteenth century. PhD, Birkbeck, University of London.

Smith, J. F. H. 2013. William Stukeley in Stamford: His Houses, Gardens and a Project for a Palladian Triumphal Arch Over Barn Hill. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 353-400.

Stobart, J. 2013. Inventories and the changing furnishings of Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire, 1717-1819. Regional Furniture, 27, 1-43.

Tankard, D. 2012. Houses of the Weald and Downland: people and houses of south-east England c1300-1900. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Thom, C. 2015. Robert Adam’s first Marylebone house: the story of General Robert Clerk, the Countess of Warwick and their mansion in Mansfield Street. The Georgian Group Journal, 23, 125-146.

Thorp, J. R.L. 2012. The construction, presentation and development of a merchant’s town house c.1500-1740: 38 North Street, Exeter. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 70, 147-250.

Tyack, G. 2013. John Nash: Architect of the Picturesque. Historic England, Swindon.

Verenini, A. 2014. Past and present visions of an island-city : Portsmouth’s urban improvement plans 1750s2010s. PhD, University of Portsmouth.

Walls, S. H., Morris, B. 2013. The Three Crowns Hotel: evidence of a medieval tenement and early 18th-century Inn clearance in High Street Chagford. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 71, 99-121.

Warleigh-Lack, C. 2013. John Carr of York and hidden architectural histories. PhD, Middlesex University. 

Webster, C. 2017. Late Georgian Churches: ‘Absolutely Wretched’ or the Triumph of Rational Pragmatism?. Architectural History, 60, 147-181.

Whitbourn, P. 2014. The Pantiles, Royal Tunbridge Wells : a brief history and guide. Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society, Tunbridge Wells.

Willkens, D. S. 2015. Thomas Jefferson, Sir John Soane and Maria Cosway : the Transatlantic Design Network, 1768-1838. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Withey, M, Menuge, A. 2016. Dee House: An Investigation And Assessment Of The Early 18th-Century House And 19th-Century Convent School. Historic England, Swindon.

Wooler, F. 2016. Educating the Workers of Sheffield in the 18th and 19th Centuries : St Luke’s National School, Garden Street, Sheffield. Industrial Archaeology Review, 38, 1, 47-58. 

Zhuang, Y. 2013. Et in Arcadia Ego : landscape theory and the funereal imagination in eighteenth-century Britain. PhD, University of Edinburgh.

Nineteenth century/Victorian

Ainsworth, Robert. 2013. In the Footsteps of Peter Ellis: Architect of Oriel Chambers and 16 Cook Street. Liverpool History Society, Liverpool.

Albo, Frank. 2013. Freemasonry and the nineteenth-century British Gothic Revival. PhD, University of Cambridge. 

Amadei, G. L. 2014. The evolving paradigm of the Victorian cemeteries : their emergence and contribution to London’s urban growth since 1833. PhD, University of Kent. 

Arnold, D. 2013. The spaces of the hospital : spatiality and urban change in London 1680-1820. Routledge. 

Barnwell, P. S., Tyack, G., Whyte, W. H., Eds. 2014. George Gilbert Scott, 1811-1878: an architect and his influence. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 3. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Barter, M., Hartwell, C. 2012. The architecture and architects of the Lancashire Independent College, Manchester. Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 89, 1, 83-103. 

Beacham, P. 2017. Buckfast Abbey : history, art and architecture. Merrell Publishers, London.

Bertram, A. C. R. 2012. Chinese influence on English garden design and architecture between 1700 and 1860. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Bill, E. G. W. 2013. Sir Gilbert Scott’s Restoration of Christ Church Cathedral. Oxoniensia, 78, 127.

Bill, N. A. 2013. Timber railway bridges and viaducts in the United Kingdom: 1835-1870. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Barks, C. E. M. 2015. A history of TCM : The Thomas Cooper Memorial Church, Lincoln (c. 1695-2015). Lincoln.

Boyd, M. C. 2015. In their own image?: church-building in the Deanery of Manchester 1847-1903 : relationships between donor, architect and churchmanship. PhD, University of Manchester.

Brandwood, G. 2015. William Butterfield : From the Strand to Margaret Street – a short distance but a long journey. Ecclesiology Today, 51. 

Brandwood, G. 2017. High Anglicanism and High Places : the Rise of William Butterfield. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Brandwood, G. 2012. The Architecture of Sharpe, Paley and Austin. Historic England, Swindon.

Bremner, G. A. 2018. “In bright tints nature’s own formation”: The uses and meaning of marble in Victorian building culture. Napoli, J. N. & Tronzo, W. (eds.)Radical Marble: Architectural Innovation from Antiquity to the Present. Routledge, London. 

Bremner, G. A. 2017. William Butterfield in the Wider British World. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Bremner, G. A. 2013. Imperial Gothic: Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture in the British Empire, 1840-1870. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Bressani, M. 2017. Companions to the History of Architecture Volume III: Nineteenth-Century Architecture. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.

Brindle, S. 2013. Paddington Station: Its history and architecture. 2nd edition. Historic England, Swindon.

Brittain-Catlin, T. 2016. 19th and 20th-Century Convents and Monasteries: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Brock, W. H. 2017. British School Chemistry Laboratories, 1830–1920. Ambix, 64, 1, 43-65. 

Buchanan, A. 2013. Robert Willis (1800-1875) and the Foundation of Architectural History. Boydell, Woodbridge. 

Buchanan, A. 2014. “All for information”: John Ruskin and architectural archaeology. Quintana, 13, 13, 35-61. 

Butler, R. J. 2013. Secular and domestic : George Gilbert Scott and the master’s lodge of St. John’s College, Cambridge. St John’s College, Cambridge.

Byrne, E. 2013. Unbuilt Bristol : the city that might have been 1750-2050. Redcliffe Press, Bristol.

Chance, H. 2017. The factory in a garden : a history of corporate landscapes from the industrial to the digital age. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

Clarke, J. 2014. Early Structural Steel in London Buildings: A discreet revolution. Historic England, Swindon.

Coad, J. 2013. Support for the Fleet: Architecture and engineering of the Royal Navy’s bases 1700-1914. Historic England, Swindon.

Conlin, J. 2012. Development or Destruction? E.A. Freeman and the Debate on Church Restoration, 1839-51. Oxoniensia 77, 137.

Conlin, J. 2013. Tales of two cities : Paris, London and the birth of the modern city. Counterpoint LLC, Berkeley.

Cullen, F 2015. Newcastle’s Grainger Town: An urban renaissance. Historic England, Swindon.

Davis, J. 2016. The making and remaking of Hackney Wick, 1870-2014: from urban edgeland to Olympic fringe. Planning Perspectives, 31, 3, 425-457. 

Daws, G., Hobbs, P. 2015. The variety of brick types and sizes used at Old St. Albans Court, Nonington. Archaeologia Cantiana, 136, 281-293. 

Derrick, A. 2017. 19th- and 20th-Century Roman Catholic Churches: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Dhanani, A. 2016. Suburban built form and street network development in London, 1880–2013 : An application of quantitative historical methods. Historical Methods : A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, 49, 4, 230-243. 

Dobraszczyk, P. 2014. Iron, ornament and architecture in Victorian Britain : myth and modernity, excess and enchantment. Routledge, London. 

Dou, P. 2013. Liberated urban flexibility : coordinated flexibility factors in the performance of the 19th century British terraced housing. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Fareham, J. 2013. The history of Waterloo Station. Bretwalda Books, Epsom.

Fennelly, K. 2014. Out of sound, out of mind: noise control in early nineteenth-century lunatic asylums in England and Ireland. World Archaeology, 46, 3, 416-430. 

Ford, J. 2016. The art of union and disunion in the Houses of Parliament, 1834-1928.

Foster, R. 2015. A Tale of Two Gabriels. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 351-363. 

Gillin, E. J. 2015. The science of Parliament : building the Palace of Westminster, 1834-1860. PhD, University of Oxford.

Griffith, S. 2015. The Abbotsbury Gardens story. Step-Up Books, Dorchester.

Hall, M. 2017. Butterfield’s houses. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Harrison, J. 2017. The Origin, Development and Decline of Back-to-Back Houses in Leeds, 1787–1937. Industrial Archaeology Review, 39, 2, 101-116.

Haslam, R., Thompson, G. 2016. ‘An immense and exceedingly commodious goods station’ : the archaeology and history of the Great Northern Railway’s goods yard at King’s Cross, 1849 to the present day. Pre-Construct Archaeology, Ltd, London.

Hembree, Bridget 2015. Designing Victorian London : the career of James Bunstone Bunning, city architect. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Hendriks, S. 2014. The Gunboat Yard, Haslar, Gosport: Historic Buildings Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Hill, G. B. 2016. Alderley Park discovered : history, wildlife, pharmaceuticals. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Hill, R. 2017. ‘A perplexing and challenging character’ : Butterfield the Man. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London. 

Hodgson, J. 2012. ‘Carven stone and blazoned pane’ : The Design and Construction of the John Rylands Library. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 89, 1.

Holcombe, L. 2013. Modernisation in the metropolis : interiors, gender and luxury in the Regent Palace Hotel (1888-1935). Phd, Kingston University.

Holder, J., McKeller, E. 2016. Neo-Georgian Architecture 1880-1970: A reappraisal. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, C., Taylor, S. 2016. The Church and Chapel Interiors of John Loughborough Pearson: A Selective Assessment of their Significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Howell, K. 2014. Victorian and Edwardian Stencilled Decoration. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/stencilled-decoration/stencilled-decoration.htm

Howell, P. 2017. Butterfield in Oxford. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Hultzsch, A. 2017. ‘To the great public’: the Architectural Image in the Early Illustrated London News. Architectural Histories. 5, 1, 9. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.268.

Inglesby, R. 2017. ‘Let us Sin with Salvin’: Architecture and Authority at the Tower of London, 1896-1905. Architectural History, 60, 243-275. 

Kampani, K. 2016. Mosaic Conservation at the Royal Garrison Church of St George. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/mosaic-conservation/mosaic-conservation.htm

Kendall, P. 2012. The Royal Engineers at Chatham 1750–2012. Historic England, Swindon.

Kerr, B. 2012. 84 Ravensdowne, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland: An Investigation and Statement of Significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Lawrence, R. 2014. The evolution of the Victorian art school. Journal of Architecture, 19, 1, 81-107.

Lewis, J. 2017. Inside Tallis: Reconstructing the interiors of Tallis’s London street views. Journal of Victorian Culture, 22, 3, 339-353. 

Leyland, M. R. 2016. Patronage and the architectural profession : the country house in nineteenth-century Northamptonshire. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Lindfield, P. N. 2012. Furnishing Britain : Gothic as a national aesthetic, 1740-1840. PhD, University of St Andrews.

Livingstone, N. 2015. The mistresses of Cliveden : three centuries of scandal, power and intrigue in an English stately home. Arrow Books Ltd., London.

Lofthouse, A. W. G. 2012. Building schools for Sheffield, 1870-1914 : The Victorian Society. ALD Design & Print, Sheffield. 

Longcroft, A., Wade Martins, S. 2013. Building an education : an historical and architectural study of rural schools and schooling in Norfolk c.1800-1944. Norfolk Historic Buildings Group.

Lyle, L., Lyle, M. 2013. Canterbury and the Gothic revival. The History Press Ltd, Stroud.

Mallgrave, H.F. 2017. The companions to the history of architecture, vol. 3. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Mardell, J., Fidelis ad Mortem: John Chessell Buckler, an Oxford College Architect. Oxoniensia, 83, 73.

Marti Balcells, A. 2018. Domestic architecture and the making of sexual culture in English, French, and German-language narrative fiction, 1856-1927. PhD, University of Kent.

Mason, R. 2015. The Design of Nineteenth-Century Wesleyan Space : Re-reading F. J. Jobson’s Chapel and School Architecture. Wesley and Methodist Studies, 7, 1, 78-99.

McKeller, E. 2013. Landscapes of London: the City, the Country and the Suburbs, 1660-1840. Yale University Press, New Haven.

McKinstry, S., Ding, Y. Y. 2017. Business success and the architectural practice of Sir George Gilbert Scott,

c.1845–1878 : a study in hard work, sound management and networks of trust. Business History, 59, 6, 928950.

McLaughlin, N. 2017. Intervention and Evolution at Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead, London. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/emmanuel-west-hampstead/emmanuelwest-hampstead.htm.

Minnis, J. 2015. Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham. Historic England, Swindon.

Mohammadpourkarbasi, H. 2013. The eco-refurbishment of a 19th Century terraced house: energy and cost performance for current and future UK climates. Buildings, 3, 220-224. 

Mohammadpourkarbasi, H. 2015. The eco-refurbishment of a 19th century terraced house : energy, carbon and cost performance for current and future UK climates. PhD, University of Liverpool.

Moore, B. P. 2014. Invisible architecture : ideologies of space in the nineteenth-century city. PhD, University of Manchester.

Mullaney, J., Mullaney, L. 2012. Reformation, revolution and rebirth : the story of the return of Catholicism to Reading and the founding of St James’ Parish. Scallop Shell Press, Reading. 

Navickas, K. 2017. From Chartist Newspaper to digital map of grass-roots meetings, 1841-1844: documenting workflows. Journal of Victorian Culture, 22, 2, 232-247. 

Newman, C. 2013. An archaeology of poverty: Architectural innovation and pauper experience at Madeley Union Workhouse, Shropshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 47, 2, 359-377. 

Newsome, S., Pullen, R. 2013. St Mary’s Marshes, Hoo St Mary, Medway, Kent: An Assessment of the Late 19th-Century Explosives Magazines. Historic England, Swindon.

Oestreicher, L. 2014. Imitation Timber Graining in the 18th and 19th Centuries. The Building Conservation

Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/timber-graining/timber-graining.htm

O’Neill, C. R. 2018. Bearing the impossible : the caryatid in Britain, 1790-1914. PhD, University of York, York.

Orbell, J. 2017. A handsome and substantial building : a history of Bury St Edmunds Corn Exchange. Tailor’s End Press, Bury St Edmunds.

Palaiologou, G. 2015. Between buildings and streets : a study of the micromorphology of the London terrace and the Manhattan row house 1880-2013. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Parissien, S. 2015. The comfort of the past : building in Oxford and beyond 1815-2015. Paul Holberton Publishing, London.

Pearson, L. 2016. Victorian and Edwardian British Industrial Architecture. Crowood Press, Ramsbury. 

Phillips, L. 2014. Pembroke Dockyard and the old Navy: a bicentennial history. The History Press Ltd, Stroud.

Port, M. H. 2015. Butterfield’s First Work. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 59. 

Rattenbury, K. 2018. The Wessex Project: Thomas Hardy, Architect. Lund Humphries, London.

Rawle, T., Adamson, J., Sinclair, L., Bays, J. 2015. A classical adventure : the architectural history of Downing College, Cambridge. The Oxbridge Portfolio Ltd, Cambridge.

Riddell, N. 2015. A history of the Church of Saint Matthias: Stoke Newington. R.J.L. Smith, London.

Roberts, B. 2013. 19th-century Radiators and Heating Systems. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/heating-systems/heating-systems.htm.

Saint, A. 2017. The 1895 Restoration of All Saints’, Margaret Street. In Howell, P., Saint, A. Butterfield Revisited. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Sellers, L. M. 2017. Managing convicts, understanding criminals : medicine and the development of English convict prisons, c.1837-1886. PhD, University of Leeds.

Shifrin, M. 2015. Victorian Turkish Baths. Historic England, Swindon.

Slatter, R. L. 2017. A ‘more-than-architectural’ approach to Wesleyan space : how can material and spatial approaches to metropolitan Wesleyan Methodist practices provide insights into congregational experiences between 1851 and 1932?. PhD, UCL (University College London).

Slingsby, A. 2017. The story of Hull Paragon Station : from 1848 to the present. Alex Slingsby, Beverly.

Smith, J. 2012. Freeholders’ Home Estate, Eastbourne, Darlington, Durham: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Stutchbury, A. 2016. ‘At home’ in Standen : a study of the Beale family’s lived experience of their latenineteenth century Arts and Crafts home, 1890-1914. PhD, University of Sussex, Sussex.

Tankard, D. 2012. Houses of the Weald and Downland: people and houses of south-east England c1300-1900. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Taylor, S. 2016. The English Public Library 1850-1939: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Theodossopoulos, D. 2016. The need for conservation management in European 19th century urban housing. Proceedings for the Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions, SAHC. 

Thompson, I. 2015. William Butterfield mosaics at All Saints, Harrow Weald, London. Ecclesiology Today, 51.

Vanoli, D. 2012. The Arab Hall, Leighton House Museum: Restoration and conservation works 2008-10. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 18, 1, 27-46. 

Verenini, A. 2014. Past and present visions of an island-city : Portsmouth’s urban improvement plans 1750s2010s. PhD, University of Portsmouth.

Walker, W. 2018. The Anglican assertion in Lancashire : the role of the Commissioners’ Churches in three Lancashire townships, 1818-1856. PhD, University of Central Lancashire.

Whelan, A. 2014. George Gilbert Scott : A Pioneer of Constructional Polychromy?. Architectural History, 57, 217-238.

Whitbourn, P. 2014. The Pantiles, Royal Tunbridge Wells : a brief history and guide. Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society, Tunbridge Wells.

Whyte, W. 2017. Unlocking the Church. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 

Willis Fleming, H. 2016. Artist, tower, books : the memory theatre of Richard Cockle Lucas. PhD, Middlesex University.

Willkens, D.S. 2016. Reading Words and Images in the Description(s) of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Architectural Histories. 4, 1, 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.204.

Willkens, D. S. 2015. Thomas Jefferson, Sir John Soane and Maria Cosway : the Transatlantic Design Network, 1768-1838. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Withey, M, Menuge, A. 2016. Dee House: An Investigation And Assessment Of The Early 18th-Century House And 19th-Century Convent School. Historic England, Swindon.

Wooler, F. 2016. Educating the Workers of Sheffield in the 18th and 19th Centuries : St Luke’s National School, Garden Street, Sheffield. Industrial Archaeology Review, 38, 1, 47-58. 

Yallop, R. 2017. Villa rustica, villa suburbana : Vernacular Italianate architecture in Britain, 1800-1860. PhD, University of Oxford.

Zeepvat, R. J. 2016. The Clarkes and Tan Yard Wharf : A 19th-century industrial site in Fenny Stratford and its owners. Records of Buckinghamshire, 56, 109-126.

Twentieth century

Alston, R. 2012. Class cities: Classics, utopianism and urban planning in early twentieth-century Britain. Journal of Historical Geography, 38, 3, 263-272.

Aslet, C. 2018. The future of classicism. The New Criterion, 36, 10, 23-28. 

Badsey-Ellis, A. 2016. Building London’s Underground. Crowthorne, Capital Transport Publishing.

Bairstow, V. 2012. Brompton Village Hall : a century of service 1912-2012 : to commemorate the centenary of the opening of The Reading Room, Brompton-by-Sawdon, later Brompton Village Hall. Private.

Beacham, P. 2017. Buckfast Abbey : history, art and architecture. Merrell Publishers, London.

Bingham, N. 2013. 100 Years of Architectural Drawing: 1900-2000. Laurence King Publishing, London. 

Barks, C. E. M. 2015. A history of TCM : The Thomas Cooper Memorial Church, Lincoln (c. 1695-2015). Lincoln.

Blanchet, E 2018. Prefabs: A social and architectural history. Historic England, Swindon.

Blunn, R., Grady, K. J. F., Taylor, H. A. 2012. Redevelopment of Drapers’ Gardens, London. Structural Engineer, 90, 4, 22-28. 

Borden, I. 2016. The Limehouse Link: the architectural and cultural history of a monumental road tunnel in London’s Docklands. Journal of Architecture, 21, 4, 651-675. 

Brittain-Catlin, T. 2016. 19th and 20th-Century Convents and Monasteries: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Brock, W. H. 2017. British School Chemistry Laboratories, 1830–1920. Ambix, 64, 1, 43-65. 

Brown, J. W. 2015. St. Leonard’s Streatham: a guide to an ancient parish church that rose from the ashes after a fire in 1975. Local History Publications.

Burke, C. 2013. A life in education and architecture: Mary Beaumont Medd. Routledge, London.

Byrne, E. 2013. Unbuilt Bristol : the city that might have been 1750-2050. Redcliffe Press, Bristol.

Carroll, R. 2012. Ryder: Sustainable Architecture. RIBA Publishing, London.

Catrica, P. 2012. Subtopia : photography, architecture and the new towns programme. PhD, University of Westminster, Westminster.

Chance, H. 2017. The factory in a garden : a history of corporate landscapes from the industrial to the digital age. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

Clancy, S. L. 2017. Adult education, spirit and the ‘New Age’ : Sir George Trevelyan and the Shropshire Adult Education College (SAEC) at Attingham, 1948-76. PhD,University of Nottingham. 

Clarke, J. 2014. Early Structural Steel in London Buildings: A discreet revolution. Historic England, Swindon.

Clarke, J. 2015. 20th-Century Coal- and Oil-Fired Electric Power Generation: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Clarke, J. 2016. England’s Redundant Post-War Coal- and Oil-Fired Power Stations: Guidelines for recording and archiving their records. Historic England, Swindon.

Coad, J. 2013. Support for the Fleet: Architecture and engineering of the Royal Navy’s bases 1700-1914. Historic England, Swindon.

Cocroft, W. D. 2018. Legacies of the First World War: Building for total war 1914-1918. Historic England, Swindon.

Cocroft, W. D. 2017. Former RAF Upper Heyford, Cherwell, Oxfordshire: A reassessment of the flying field Conservation Area. Historic England, Swindon.

Cole, E. 2015. The Urban and Suburban Public House in Inter-War England, 1918-1939. Historic England, Swindon.

Cook, J. D. 2018. Constructing Britain’s road network : the scientific governance of British roads and their users, 1900-1963. PhD, University of Kent. 

Coulson, A., Wright, G. 2013. Brindleyplace, Birmingham: Creating an Inner City Mixed-use Development in Times of Recession. Planning Practice and Research, 28, 2, 256-274.

Davis, J. 2016. The making and remaking of Hackney Wick, 1870-2014: from urban edgeland to Olympic fringe.

Planning Perspectives, 31, 3, 425-457. 

Derrick, A. 2017. 19th- and 20th-Century Roman Catholic Churches: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Dhanani, A. 2016. Suburban built form and street network development in London, 1880–2013 : An application of quantitative historical methods. Historical Methods : A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, 49, 4, 230-243. 

Draper, K. L. 2018. Wartime huts : the development, typology, and identification of temporary military buildings in Britain, 1914-1945. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Edinburgh College of Art 2014-2019. Tower Blocks – Our Blocks! A National Community Heritage Database for Postwar Mass Housing. Edinburgh College of Art.

Engel, B. R. 2016. Ambichronous historiography : Colin Rowe and the teaching of architectural history. Journal of Art Historiography, 14, June, 1-22.

Everett, C. P. 2013. Sheffield arts tower: Rejuvenation of a II* listed structure. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings, 166, 1, 38-48. 

Eyles, A., Stone, K. 2014. London’s West End Cinemas. English Heritage, Swindon.

Faculty of History, University of Oxford ongoing. Housing, Culture and Women’s Citizenship in Britain, c.1945 to the present. Faculty of History, University of Oxford. 

Fair, A. 2015. Setting the scene: Perspectives on twentieth-century theatre architecture. Routledge, London. 

Fair, A. 2018. Modernization of our Hospital System: The National Health Service, the Hospital Plan, and the ‘Harness’ Programme, 1962-77. Twentieth Century British History, 29, 4, 547-575.

Fair, A. 2017. The Conservation of Post-1945 Architecture in Great Britain. In Eckardt, F., Meier, H-R. & Scheuermann, I. (eds.). Welche Denkmale welcher Moderne? : Zum Umgang mit Bauten der 1960er und 70er Jahre, 206-216. Jovis, Berlin.

Fair, A. 2018. Modern playhouses : an architectural history of Britain’s new theatres, 1945-1985. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Fair, A. 2013. Modern Public and Institutional Architecture. The Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies, University of Cambridge.

Fair, A. 2017. Post-War Theatre Architecture: Informed Conservation and Development. Edinburgh College of Art.

Fareham, J. 2013. The history of Waterloo Station. Bretwalda Books, Epsom.

Ford, J. 2016. The art of union and disunion in the Houses of Parliament, 1834-1928.

Franklin, G. 2012. ‘Built-in variety’ : David and Mary Medd and the child-centred primary school, 1944-80. Architectural History, 55, 321-367. 

Franklin, G. 2016. The Late 20th-Century Commercial Office: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Franklin, G. 2016. Post-War Public Art: Protection, Care and Conservation. Historic England, Swindon.

Franklin, G. 2017. Howell Killick Partridge and Amis. Historic England, Swindon.

Franklin, G., Harwood, E. 2014. Housing in Lambeth 1965-80 and its National Context. Historic England, Swindon.

Franklin, G., Harwood, E., Taylor, S., Whitfield, M. 2012. England’s Schools 1962-88: A Thematic Study. Historic England, Swindon.

Gould, J. 2015. Plymouth: Vision of a modern city. Historic England, Swindon.

Gould, J. 2016. Coventry: The making of a modern city 1939-73. Historic England, Swindon.

Gourvish, T. R. 2014. Dolphin Square : the history of a unique building. Bloomsbury, London.

Harris, J. 2016. On the Buses: Mobile Architecture in Australia ad the UK, 1973-75. Architectural His-tories. 4, 1, 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.186.

Harrison, J. 2017. The Origin, Development and Decline of Back-to-Back Houses in Leeds, 1787–1937. Industrial Archaeology Review, 39, 2, 101-116.

Harwood, E. 2015. Houses: Regional Practice and Local Character. Twentieth Century Society, London. 

Harwood, E. 2013. Twentieth Century Architecture: Oxford and Cambridge Volume 11. Twentieth Century Society, London. 

Harwood, E. 2015. England’s Post-War Listed Buildings. Batsford, London.

Haslam, R., Thompson, G. 2016. ‘An immense and exceedingly commodious goods station’ : the archaeology and history of the Great Northern Railway’s goods yard at King’s Cross, 1849 to the present day. Pre-Construct Archaeology, Ltd, London.

Hasted, R. 2016. Domestic Housing for Disabled Veterans 1900-2014: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Heathorn, S. 2013. Aesthetic Politics and Heritage Nostalgia: Electrical Generating Superstations in the London Cityscape since 1927. The London Journal, 38, 2, 125-150. 

Hill, G. B. 2016. Alderley Park discovered : history, wildlife, pharmaceuticals. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Hobbs, D. 2013. British aircraft carriers : design, development and service histories. Seaforth Publishing, Barnsley.

Holcombe, L. 2013. Modernisation in the metropolis : interiors, gender and luxury in the Regent Palace Hotel (1888-1935). Phd, Kingston University.

Holder, J., McKeller, E. 2016. Neo-Georgian Architecture 1880-1970: A reappraisal. Historic England, Swindon.

Hollow, M. 2012. Housing needs : power, subjectivity and public housing in England, 1920-1970. University of Oxford.

Hopkins, O. 2017. Lost futures : the disappearing architecture of post-war Britain. Royal Academy of Arts, London.

Howard, C. 2014. Hooton Park Aerodrome, Chester West and Chester: An Assessment of the General Service Sheds and Associated Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Howell, K. 2014. Victorian and Edwardian Stencilled Decoration. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/stencilled-decoration/stencilled-decoration.htm

Hudson, R. 2012. Temple of Power. History Today, 62, 12

Hulme, T. 2015. “A Nation Depends on Its Children” : School Buildings and Citizenship in England and Wales, 1900–1939. Journal of British Studies, 54, 2, 406-432.

Hunt, J. D. 2018. The landscape architecture of Hal Moggridge. Studies in the history of gardens & designed landscapes, 38, 2, 180-194.

Insley, J. 2016. Surveying the Fabrick Survey work at St Paul’s Cathedral in the 1920s. International Journal for the History of Engineering and Technology, 86, 1, 93-110. 

Izzard, M. J. 2016. Harlestone Park, good air and good golf : a history. Martin Izzard and Northampton Golf Club, Northampton.

Jackson-Willis, L. 2013. The beach hut on the East Anglia coast : space and place in the English seaside, 19952010. PhD, University of Brighton.

Jessop, L., Whitfield, M., Davison, A. 2017. The Time Ball, The Guildhall, Kingston-upon-Hull: History, Context and Significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Jester, T. C. 2014. Twentieth-Century Building Materials History and Conservation. Getty Publications, Los Angeles.

Jolly, V. S. 2012. An unsuspected skyline rival: Lee House, Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester (1928-31). Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 89, 1, 161-177.

Jones, C., Wilks, M. 2017. Blackpole munitions factory. Logaston Press, Hereford.

Kendall, P. 2012. The Royal Engineers at Chatham 1750–2012. Historic England, Swindon.

Kennett, C 2015. Colt Houses : the history of W.H. Colt Son & Company Ltd. Pitcairn-Knowles Publishing, Sevenoaks.

Kenyon, D. 2015. First World War National Factories: An Archaeological, Architectural and Historical review. Historic England, Swindon.

Kozlovsky, R. 2013. The architectures of childhood : children, modern architecture and reconstruction in postwar England. Routledge, London.

Latusek, M. A. 2017. Anticipations of Utopia : discovering an architecture for post-war Britain. PhD, University of Edinburgh.

Lawler-Levene, M. A., The FoSJP History Team 2015. St James’ Park : from Shirley Rec to renovation 1907-2014.

FoSJP, Southampton.

Leatherbarrow, D. 2017. Companions to the History of Architecture Volume IV: Twentieth-Century Architecture. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.

Lewis, D. 2015. Developing Modernity: Giles Gilbert Scott’s Design for the New Bodleian Library. Bodleian Library Record, 28, 1, 47-68. 

Lewis, D. F. 2014. Modernising tradition : the architectural thought of Giles Gilbert Scott (1880-1960). PhD, University of Oxford.

Lewis, J. 2015. Preserving and maintaining the concept of Letchworth Garden City. Planning Perspectives, 30, 1, 153-163.  

Livingstone, N. 2015. The mistresses of Cliveden : three centuries of scandal, power and intrigue in an English stately home. Arrow Books Ltd., London.

Lofthouse, A. W. G. 2012. Building schools for Sheffield, 1870-1914 : The Victorian Society. ALD Design & Print, Sheffield. 

Longcroft, A., Wade Martins, S. 2013. Building an education : an historical and architectural study of rural schools and schooling in Norfolk c.1800-1944. Norfolk Historic Buildings Group.

Mallgrave, H.F. 2017. The companions to the history of architecture, vol. 4. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Marsh, L. G. 2013. Mary Medd : architect, 1907-2005 / articles and reminiscences compiled by Leonard Marsh. Meadow Publications, Chiselhurst.

Marti Balcells, A. 2018. Domestic architecture and the making of sexual culture in English, French, and German-language narrative fiction, 1856-1927. PhD, University of Kent.

Moss, J. 2016. Conservation of buildings from the recent past : an investigation into England’s legacy of postwar social housing and its heritage value. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Murray, S. A. 2015. Bankside Power Station: planning, politics and pollution. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Orr, J. J., Pask, D., Weise, K., Otlet, M. 2015. Birmingham Gateway: Structural assessment and strengthening. Structural Concrete, 16, 4, 458-469. 

Palaiologou, G. 2015. Between buildings and streets : a study of the micromorphology of the London terrace and the Manhattan row house 1880-2013. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Parissien, S. 2015. The comfort of the past : building in Oxford and beyond 1815-2015. Paul Holberton Publishing, London.

Pearson, L. 2016. Public Art 1945-95: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Pearson, L. 2016. Victorian and Edwardian British Industrial Architecture. Crowood Press, Ramsbury. 

Proctor, R. 2017. Modern Medievalism: Dom Charles Norris, Dalle de Verre and the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. In Beacham, P. (ed.). Buckfast Abbey: History, Art and Architecture, 207-231. Merrell Publishers Ltd, London.

Proctor, R. 2017. Designing the suburban church: the mid twentieth-century Roman Catholic churches of Reynolds & Scott. Journal of Historical Geography, 56, 113-133. 

Proctor, R. 2014. Uncertainty and the Modern Church: Two Roman Catholic Cathedrals in Britain. In Kulic, V., Penick, M. & Parker, T. (eds). Sanctioning Modernism: Architecture and the Making of Postwar Identities, 113138. University of Texas Press, US.

Proctor, R. 2014. Building the Modern Church: Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Britain, 1955 to 1975. Routledge, Abingdon.

Rawle, T., Adamson, J., Sinclair, L., Bays, J. 2015. A classical adventure : the architectural history of Downing College, Cambridge. The Oxbridge Portfolio Ltd, Cambridge.

Reiling, J. 2017. The Medical Aspects of the Modern “Sky Scraper”. JAMA, 317, 5, 54. 

Shasore, N. 2016. Architecture and the public in interwar Britain. PhD, University of Oxford.

Sherriff, C. 2012. Arnold Mitchell (1863-1944): ‘Fecundity’ and ‘Versatility’ in an Early Twentieth-Century Architect. Architectural History, 55, 199-235. 

Slatter, R. L. 2017. A ‘more-than-architectural’ approach to Wesleyan space : how can material and spatial approaches to metropolitan Wesleyan Methodist practices provide insights into congregational experiences between 1851 and 1932?. PhD, UCL (University College London).

Slingsby, A. 2017. The story of Hull Paragon Station : from 1848 to the present. Alex Slingsby, Beverly.

Steadman, P. 2016. Research in architecture and urban studies at Cambridge in the 1960s and 1970s : what really happened. Journal of Architecture, 21, 2, 291-306.

Stroik, D. G. 2015. Church Architecture Since Vatican II. The Jurist: Studies in Church Law and Ministry, 75, 1, 534. 

Swenarton, M. 2018. Homes fit for heroes: the politics and architecture of early state housing in Britain. (New edition) Routledge, Abingdon.

Swenarton, M. 2017. Cook’s Camden: The Making of Modern Housing. Lund Humphries, London.

Swenarton, M., Dawson, D., van den Heivel, D. 2014. Architecture and the Welfare State. Routledge, Abingdon.

Taylor, S. 2016. The English Public Library 1850-1939: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Thomas, R. J. C. 2016. Civil – Defence From the First World War to the Cold War. Historic England, Swindon.

Verenini, A. 2014. Past and present visions of an island-city : Portsmouth’s urban improvement plans 1750s2010s. PhD, University of Portsmouth.

Watkin, D. 2016. The Architecture of John Simpson. The Timeless Language of Classicism. Rizzoli, New York.

Wilhilde, E. 2012. Sir Edwin Lutyens: Designing in the English Tradition. National Trust Books, London.

Yelton, M., Salmon, J. 2013. Anglican church-building in London, 1946-2012. Spire Books Ltd, Reading.

Modernist

Adler, G. 2012. Robert Maguire & Keith Murray. Historic England, Swindon.

Araguez Escobar, M. Frameworks of uncertainty : architectural strategies of control and change in the work of Cedric Price and Arata Isozaki (1955-1978). PhD, UCL.

Beech, N. 2012. Constructing everyday life : an architectural history of the South Bank in production, 19481951. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Bell, H. 2012. Values in the conservation and regeneration of post-war listed public housing : a study of Spa Green, London and Park Hill, Sheffield. PhD, University of Sheffield. 

Calder, B. 2014. Brutal Enemies? Townscape and the ‘hard’ moderns. In Alternative Visions of Post-War Reconstruction: Creating the modern townscape. Routledge, London. 

Crinson, M. 2018. Eye Wandering the Ceiling: Ornament and New Brutalism. Art History, 41, 2, 318-343.

Crinson, M. 2017. Rebuilding Babel: Modern Architecture and Internationalism. I.B. Tauris, London. 

Crinson, M. 2018. Alison and Peter Smithson. Historic England, Swindon.

Darling, E. 2014. From cockpit to domestic interior: the Great War and the architecture of Wells Coates. Journal of Architecture, 19, 6, 903-922. 

Darling, E. 2012. Focus: a little magazine and architectural modernism in 1930s Britain. Journal of Modern Periodical Studies, 3, 1, 39-63. 

Darling, E. 2012. Wells Coates. Historic England, Swindon.

Elser, O. 2017. SOS Brutalism: A Global Survey. Park Books, Zürich. 

Farmer, G., Pendlebury, J. 2013. Conserving Dirty Concrete: The Decline and Rise of Pasmore’s Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee. Journal of Urban Design, 18, 2, 263-280.

Fenton, C. B. 2013. The Library Designs of Sir Basil Spence, Glover & Ferguson. Architectural Heritage, 24.

Fisher, F. 2015. Designing the British post-war home: Kenneth Wood, 1948-1968. Routledge, Abingdon.

Glendinning, M. 2014. Postwar Modernism: an unexpected stronghold of heritage authenticity. A Clockwork Jerusalem (Catalogue, British Pavilion, 2014 Venice Biennale). Cornerhouse.

Harwood, E. 2015. Space, Hope, and Brutalism: English Architecture, 1945-1975. Yale University Press, US.

Holland, J., Jackson, I. 2013. A Monument to Humanism: Pilkington Brothers’ Headquarters (1955-65) by Fry, Drew and Partners. Architectural History, 56, 343-386. 

Howard, S. C. 2016. ‘The temple of costly experience’ : Patrick Gwynne (1913-2003) : architect of The Homewood. PhD, University of Bath. 

Hui, B. 2014. Energy retrofit and occupant behaviour in protected housing: A case study of the Brunswick Centre in London. Energy and Buildings, 80, 120-130.

Hui Lan Manley, C. 2017. Frederick Gibberd. Historic England, Swindon.

Kerr, R., Robinson, S. K., Elliott, C. 2016. Modernism, Postmodernism, and corporate power: historicizing the architectural typology of the corporate campus. Management and Organizational History, 11, 2, 123-146.

Lepine, A. 2014. ‘Brutalism Among the Ladies’ : Modern Architecture at Somerville College, Oxford, 1947-67. Architectural History, 57, 357-392.

Malathouni, C. 2018. Preston Bus Station: Architectural History, Politics and Democracy in a Post-World War II Designation Saga. Fabrications, 28, 2, 160-184.

Powell, K. 2018. Arup Associates. Historic England, Swindon.

Powell, K. 2012. Ahrends, Burton and Koralek. Historic England, Swindon.

Powell, K., O’carroll, D. 2013. Arup Associates : 50. Arup, London.

Powers, A. 2013. Exhibition 58: “Modern Architecture in England,” Museum of Modern Art, 1937. Architectural History, 56, 277-298.

Purcell, E., Marie, C. 2017. Modern movement conservation : international principles and national policies in Great Britain and the United States of America. PhD, University of Edinburgh. 

Roberts, D. 2017. ‘We felt magnificent being up there’ : Erno Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower and the campaign to keep it public. In Guillery, P., Kroll, D. Mobilising housing histories : learning from London’s past. RIBA Publishing, London. 

Robertson, J. D. 2017. Gillespie, Kidd & Coia : ecclesiastical architecture 1931-1979. PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Smith, O. S. 2012. Robinson College, Cambridge and the Twilight of a Collegiate Modernism, 1974-81. Architectural History, 55, 369-402. 

Swenarton, M. 2013. Politics, property and planning: building the Brunswick, 1958-74. Town Planning Review, 84, 2, 197-226.

Post-Modernist

Franklin, G. 2017. Post-Modern Architecture: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Franklin, G., Harwood, E. 2017. Post-Modern Buildings in Britain. Batsford, London. 

Kerr, R., Robinson, S. K., Elliott, C. 2016. Modernism, Postmodernism, and corporate power: historicizing the architectural typology of the corporate campus. Management and Organizational History, 11, 2, 123-146.

Zimmerman, C. 2014. From Photographic Surface to Image Object: James Stirling’s Postmodernism. University of Minnesota Press, Minnesota.

Construction methods and materials

Construction methods

Addis, B., Miller, J. 2017. Civil engineering heritage: Country profile England. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 170, 2, 80-86.

Alcock, N. 2013. A fourteenth-century illustration of a cruck. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 28-30. 

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2012. An early fifteenth-century Warwickshire cruck house using joggled halvings. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 19-27. 

Brumana, R., Condoleo, P., Grimoldi, A., Landi, A. G. 2017. Shape & construction of brick vaults. Criteria, methods & tools for a possible catalogue. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences. 42, 137-143. 

Kronenburg, R. H. 2014. Architecture in Motion: The History and Development of Portable Building. Routledge, Oxford.

Meeson, B. 2012. Structural trends in English medieval buildings: new insights from dendrochronology. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 58-75.

Schneiderman, D., Freihoefer, K. 2013. The Prefabricated Interior Design Studio: An Exploration into the History and Sustainability of Interior Prefabrication. International Journal of Art & Design Education, 32, 2, 226242.

Theodossopoulos, D., Sanderson, J., Scott, M. 2015. Strengthening masonry cross vaults damaged by geometric instability. Key Engineering Materials, 624, 635-643. 

Theodossopoulos, D., Sinha, B. P. 2013. A review of analytical methods in the current design processes and assessment of performance of masonry structures. Construction and Building Materials, 41, 990-1001.

Materials (general)

Jester, T. C. 2014. Twentieth-Century Building Materials History and Conservation. Getty Publications, Los Angeles.

Brick

Bailiff, I.K. 2013. Luminescence dating of brick from Brixworth Church- re-testing by the Durham Laboratory. In Parsons, D., Sutherland, D.S., The Anglo-Saxon Church of All Saints, Brixworth, Northamptonshire. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 243-250. 

Borri, A., Sisti, R., Corradi, M., Giannantoni, A. 2016. Experimental analysis of masonry ring beams reinforced with composite materials. Brick and Block Masonry: Trends, Innovations and Challenges. Proceedings of the 16th International Brick and Block Masonry Conference, IBMAC 2016, 717-726. CRC Press/Balkema. 

Brumana, R., Condoleo, P., Grimoldi, A., Landi, A. G. 2017. Shape & construction of brick vaults. Criteria, methods & tools for a possible catalogue. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences. 42, 137-143.  

Daws, G., Hobbs, P. 2015. The variety of brick types and sizes used at Old St. Albans Court, Nonington. Archaeologia Cantiana, 136, 281-293. 

Herbert, D. M. 2013. An investigation of the strength of brickwork walls when subject to flood loading. Cardiff University.

Ford, J. 2013. Brickmaking in Blandford St Mary. Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, 37, Sept, 253-256. 

Franzoni, E., Gentilini, C., Graziani, G, Bandini, S. 2015. Compressive behaviour of brick masonry triplets in wet and dry conditions. Construction and Building Materials, 82, 45-52. 

Hamrouche, R., Klysz, G., Balayssac, J.l, Rhazi, J.l, Ballivy, G. 2012. Numerical Simulations and Laboratory Tests to Explore the Potential of Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) in Detecting Unfilled Joints in Brick Masonry Structures. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 6, 648-664. 

Henry, A., McCaig, I., Willett, C., Godfraind, S., Stewart, J., Cripps, J. C. Henry, A. 2015. Earth, brick and terracotta. Practical building conservation (series). Ashgate.

Jenkins, M. 2016. Retrofitting vapour permeable insulation to traditional brick and stone masonry walls, observations from 15 in situ trials. Brick and Block Masonry: Trends, Innovations and Challenges, Proceedings of the 16th International Brick and Block Masonry Conference, IBMAC 2016, 0, 503-508. 

Klõšeiko, P., Arumägi, E., Kalamees, T. 2015. Hygrothermal performance of internally insulated brick wall in cold climate: A case study in a historical school building. Journal of Building Physics, 38, 5, 444-464. 

Lynch, G. 2016. Joint Finishes on Historic Brickwork. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/brickwork-joint-finishes/brickwork-joint-finishes.htm.

McCann, J. 2012. Brick Nogging. Eavesdropper, 46, 26-29. 

Percival, A. 2012. Dutch disappointment? Netherlandish influences on brick building in Sandwich, Kent. British Brick Society Information, 119, Feb, 6-20.

Pickles, D. 2017. Repointing Brick and Stone Walls: Guidelines for Best Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Reza, H. 2014. Cleaning and restoring old masonry buildings : investigations of physical and chemical characteristics of masonry stones and clay bricks during cleaning. PhD, Edinburgh Napier University.

Cements and mortars

Arizzi, A., Viles, H., Cultrone, G. 2012. Experimental testing of the durability of lime-based mortars used for rendering historic buildings. Construction and Building Materials, 28, 1, 807-818. 

Artis, R. 2014. Admixtures and Additives for Lime Mortars. The Building Conservation Directory. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/lime-mortar-additives/lime-mortar-additives.htm>

Centauro, I., Cantisani, E., Grandin, C., Salvini, A., Vettori, S. 2017. The Influence of Natural Organic Materials on the Properties of Traditional Lime-Based Mortars. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 11, 5, 670-684. 

Frew, C. 2013. Lime Harling. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/lime-harling/lime-harling.htm.

Hanzlicek, T., Perna, I., Brus, J. 2013. 27Al Magic Angle Spinning-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (MAS-NMR) Analyses Applied to Historical Mortars. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 7, 2, 153-164. Taylor & Francis.

Hughes, J. J. 2012. RILEM TC 203-RHM: Repair mortars for historic masonry : the role of mortar in masonry: An introduction to requirements for the design of repair mortars. Materials and Structures/Materiaux et Constructions, 45, 9, 1287-1294. 

Gagg, C. R. 2014. Cement and concrete as an engineering material: An historic appraisal and case study analysis. Engineering Failure Analysis, 40, 114-140. 

Garmendia, L., Larrinaga, P., García, D., Marcos, I. 2014. Textile-Reinforced Mortar as Strengthening Material for Masonry Arches. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 5, 627-648. 

Griffin, I. M. 2013. Deterioration mechanisms of historic cement renders and concrete. PhD, University of Edinburgh. 

Griffiths, R., Goodhew, S. 2017. Thermal properties of cob retrofitted with external hemp-lime. Proceedings of Institution of Civil Engineers: Construction Materials, 170, 1, 55-67. 

Hanzlicek, T., Perná, I., Ertl, Z. 2012. The Influence of Temperature and Composition on Modeled Mortars. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 4, 359-372. 

Hendrick, R.l., De Clercq, H., Hayen, R. 2016. Performance and Risks of Salt-Accumulating Renders in Relation to Their Moisture Transport Properties. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 10, 1, 84-95. 

Morton, T. Copsey, N. Little, R. 2016. Earth Mortars. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/earth-mortars/earth-mortars.htm.

Pickles, D. 2017. Repointing Brick and Stone Walls: Guidelines for Best Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Sepulcre Aguilar, A., Hernández-Olivares, F. 2012. Interfacial Transition Zone (ITZ) Analysis in Hydraulic Lime Restoration Mortars for Grouting of Historical Masonries. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 4, 396-414.

Swann, S. 2017. Artificial Stone: 19th-century Cementitious Sculpture and Rockwork. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/artificial-stone/artificialstone.htm.

Torney, C. 2016. Lime Mortars for High Exposure Levels. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/high-exposure-mortars/high-exposure-mortars.htm.

Torney, C., Forster, A. M., Szadurski, E. M. 2014. Specialist ‘restoration mortars’ for stone elements: A comparison of the physical properties of two stone repair materials. Heritage Science, 2, 1, 1-12.

Wood, C., Burns, C. 2013. Grouting Solid Masonry Walls. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/grouting/grouting.htm.

Concrete

Bertolini, L., Lupica Spagnolo, S., Redaelli, E. 2012. Electrochemical Realkalization as a Conservation Technique for Reinforced Concrete. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 2, 214-227.

Broomfield, J. P. 2013. Concrete preservation plan for reinforced concrete university campus buildings.

Forensic Engineering: Informing the Future with Lessons from the Past: Proceedings of the Fifth International

Conference on Forensic Engineering organised by the Institution of Civil Engineers and held in London, UK, 1617 Apr, 401-413.

Brueckner, R., Lambert, P. 2013. Assessment of historic concrete structures. STREMAH 2013, 131, 75-86. 

Douglas, S. 2016. A concrete performance: Conservation at the national theatre. Proceedings of the ICE Engineering History and Heritage, 169, 1, 36-41. 

Farmer, G., Pendlebury, J. 2013. Conserving Dirty Concrete: The Decline and Rise of Pasmore’s Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee. Journal of Urban Design, 18, 2, 263-280.

Farrell, D. Wood, C. 2015. Concrete Repairs: Traditional Methods and Like-for-like Materials. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/repair-historicconcrete/repair-historic-concrete.htm.

Gagg, C. R. 2014. Cement and concrete as an engineering material: An historic appraisal and case study analysis. Engineering Failure Analysis, 40, 114-140.  

Griffin, I. M. 2013. Deterioration mechanisms of historic cement renders and concrete. PhD, University of Edinburgh. 

Jester, T. C. 2014. Twentieth-Century Building Materials History and Conservation. Getty Publications, Los Angeles.

Odgers, D. (ed) 2013. Practical building conservation : concrete.  Ashgate Publishing, UK.

Orr, J. J., Pask, D., Weise, K., Otlet, M. 2015. Birmingham Gateway: Structural assessment and strengthening. Structural Concrete, 16, 4, 458-469. 

Earth, mud, unfired clay

Goode, A., Hill, N. 2012. Mud for the poor. Cornerstone, 33, 1, 36-41. 

Griffiths, R., Goodhew, S. 2017. Thermal properties of cob retrofitted with external hemp-lime. Proceedings of Institution of Civil Engineers: Construction Materials, 170, 1, 55-67. 

Henry, A., McCaig, I., Willett, C., Godfraind, S., Stewart, J., Cripps, J. C. Henry, A. 2015. Earth, brick and terracotta. Practical building conservation (series). Ashgate, UK.

Lombillo, I., Villegas, L., Fodde, E., D’Ayala, D. 2013. Experimental diagnosis of earthen construction: Characterization and in-situ estimation. International Journal for Housing Science and Its Applications, 37, 4, 249-275.

Matero, F. 2015. Mud Brick Metaphysics and the Preservation of Earthen Ruins. Conservation and management of archaeological sites, 17, 3, 209-223.

Mcgregor, F., Heath, A., Shea, A., Lawrence, M. 2014. Moisture buffering capacity of unfired clay masonry. Building and Environment, 82, December, 599-607.

Messenger, P. 2014. Repairing Clay Buildings and Cumbria’s Clay Dabbins. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/clay-buildings/clay-buildings.htm.

Parkin, S. J., Adderley, W. P., Young, M. E., Kennedy, C. J. 2013. Near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy: A potential new means of assessing multi-phase earth-built heritage. Analytical Methods, 5, 18, 4574-4579. 

Rosado Correia, M.R.A., Walliman, N.S.R. 2014. Defining Criteria for Intervention in Earthen-Built Heritage Conservation. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 4, 581-601.

Watts, P. Tesh, G. 2014. Traditional Solid Ground Floors. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/solid-ground-floors/solid-ground-floors.htm.

Glass

Arrol, A., Brown, S. 2015. The Great East Window of York Minster. Historic Churches. Online <https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/great-east-window/great-east-window.htm>.

Castagnino, V. 2013. Barmoor Castle, Lowick, Berwick-upon-Tweed. Chemical Analysis of the Window Glass. Historic England, Swindon.

Castagnino, V. 2013. Felton Park Hall Greenhouse, Felton, Northumberland: Chemical Analysis of the Window Glass. Historic England, Swindon.

Dower, R. 2016. Conservation of a rare nineteenth-century iron-framed curvilinear glasshouse. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 22, 3, 199-221.

Dungworth, D. 2017. Wythenshawe Hall, Manchester. Assessment of Historic Window Glass. Historic England, Swindon.

Dungworth, D. 2014. Oxburgh Hall, Oxborough, Norfolk: Portable XRF Analysis of Some Window Glass from the Gatehouse. Historic England, Swindon.

Dungworth, D. 2013. Northington Grange, Northington, Hampshire. Technical Examination of Glass from the Cupola. Historic England, Swindon.

Dungworth, D. 2012. Historic window glass: The use of chemical analysis to date manufacture. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 18, 1, 7-25.

Hazeldean, P. 2014. Structural Glass for Historic Churches. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/structural-glass/structural-glass.htm.

Johnson, M., Merritt, P. 2016. Professions of faith : stained glass making and the visual culture of theology. PhD, University of Stirling.

Proctor, R. 2017. Modern Medievalism: Dom Charles Norris, Dalle de Verre and the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. In Beacham, P. (ed.). Buckfast Abbey: History, Art and Architecture, 207-231. Merrell Publishers Ltd, London.

Seliger, L. 2013. Cleaning Historic Stained Glass Windows. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/cleaning-stained-glass/cleaning-stained-glass.htm.

Steger, S., Stege, H., Bretz, S., Hahn, O. 2018. Capabilities and limitations of handheld Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy (DRIFTS) for the analysis of colourants and binders in 20th-century reverse paintings on glass. Spectrochimica Acta Part A-Molecular And Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 195, 103112.

Curteis, T., Luxford, N. 2014. Protective Glazing. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/protective-glazing/protective-glazing.htm.

University of York 2016. Restoring York Minster’s medieval masterpiece. University of York, York.

Metalwork

Baker, P. 2017. Improving the Thermal Performance of Traditional Windows: Metal-Framed Windows. Historic England, Swindon.

Brown, D. 2012. Historic wrought iron minor architectural details in Lincolnshire : their development and conservation. PhD, University of Lincoln. 

Davey, A., Troup, E. 2016. Maintaining and Repairing Coatings on Cast Iron Structures. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/cast-iron-coatings/cast-ironcoatings.htm.

Dishon, D. 2017. Metal Theft from Historic Buildings: Prevention, Response and Recovery. Historic England, Swindon.

Dower, R. 2016. Conservation of a rare nineteenth-century iron-framed curvilinear glasshouse. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 22, 3, 199-221.

Field, D., Legge, A. 2017. Lead Fixing for Historic Ironwork. The Building Conservation Directory. https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/lead-fixing-ironwork/lead-fixing-ironwork.htm.

Murray, W 2015. Church Brasswork. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/church-brasswork/church-brasswork.htm.

Nicholson, T. 2013. Corrugated Iron Architecture. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/corrugated-iron-architecture/corrugated-ironarchitecture.htm.

Paganoni, S., D’Ayala, D. 2014. Testing and design procedure for corner connections of masonry heritage buildings strengthened by metallic grouted anchors. Engineering Structures, 70, 278-293. 

Redman, T. 2015. Metal Sheet Roofing. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/metal-sheet-roofing/metal-sheet-roofing.htm.

Taylor, W.M. 2013. Iron, Engineering and Architectural History in Crisis: Following the Case of the River Dee Bridge Disaster, 1847. Archirtectural Histories, 1, 1, Art. 23. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.ao.

Wilson, J. 2013. Painting Railings. Historic Churches. Online

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/painting-railings/painting-railings.htm

Paint

Copsey, N. 2017. Hot Limewashes and Sheltercoats. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/hot-limewash-sheltercoat/hot-limewash-sheltercoat.htm.

Diaz Gonçalves, T., Brito, V. 2014. The whole and the parts: Can lime coatings enhance the drying of salt laden materials?. Construction and Building Materials, 57, 179-189. 

Godfraind, S. 2018. Wall Paintings: Anticipating and Responding to their Discovery. Historic England.

Howell, K. 2014. Victorian and Edwardian Stencilled Decoration. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/stencilled-decoration/stencilled-decoration.htm.

Kaczmar, P. 2015. Linseed Oil Paints and Mastics: Applications and Limitations. The Building Conservation

Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/linseed-oil-paints/linseed-oil-paints.htm

Kirk, B. 2016. Paint Removal from Historic Timbers. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/paint-removal/paint-removal.htm.

Oestreicher, L. 2014. Imitation Timber Graining in the 18th and 19th Centuries. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/timber-graining/timber-graining.htm.

Parker, R.W., Bishop, P., Collings, A.G., McNeilage, R. 2013. No. 18 North Street, Exeter: A 17th-century Merchant House with Painted Panelling. Devon Archaeology Society Proceedings, 71, 123-185. 

Parsons, M. 2015. Interior Decoration and Permeability. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/decoration-permeability/decoration-permeability.htm.

Richardson, E., Woolley, E., Corda, K., Julien-Lees, S., Pinchin, S., Roberts, Z. 2017. In situ characterisation of readhesion treatments for ceiling paintings using unilateral NMR. Insight: Non-Destructive Testing and Condition Monitoring, 59, 5, 249-255. 

Sheridan, H. 2018. Paint Toxicity and Risk. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/lead-paint/lead-paint.htm.

Wilson, J. 2013. Painting Railings. Historic Churches. Online

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/painting-railings/painting-railings.htm

Plaster and plasterwork

Bianco,L., Serra,V, Fantucci, S., Dutto, M., Massolino, M. 2015. Thermal insulating plaster as a solution for refurbishing historic building envelopes: First experimental results. Energy & Buildings, 95, 86-91.

Clifford, R. 2016. Maintaining Large Fibrous Plaster Ceilings. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/fibrous-plaster-ceilings/fibrous-plaster-ceilings.htm.

Harrison, D. 2013. Scagliola. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/scagliola/scagliola.htm.

Kennedy, C. J., Revie, W. A., Troalen, L., Wade, M., Wess, T. J. 2013. Studies of hair for use in lime plaster: Implications for conservation and new work. Polymer Degradation and Stability, 98, 4, 894-898. 

Napier, W. J. 2012. Kinship and politics in the art of plaster decoration. PhD, University of Dundee. 

Wheatley, S. 2014. Repairing Lime Plaster Ceilings. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/lime-plaster-ceilings/lime-plaster-ceilings.htm.

Sculpture

Caroe, O. 2016. Commission by Competition: Ripon Cathedral’s New Gargoyles. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/kirkyard-heritage/kirkyard-heritage.htm.

Kirton, J. 2016. Sculpture and place : a biographical approach to recontextualising Cheshire’s early medieval stone sculpture. PhD, University of Chester.

Newson, J. 2013. Beakhead Decoration on Romanesque Arches in the Upper Thames Valley. Oxo-niensia, 78, 71. 

O’Neill, C. R. 2018. Bearing the impossible : the caryatid in Britain, 1790-1914. PhD, University of York, York.

Sou, L. 2016. A survey of the historic carvings at Carlisle Castle, Cumbria, using Structure-from-Motion photogrammetry and terrestrial laser scans. Historic England, Swindon.

Swann, S. 2017. Artificial Stone: 19th-century Cementitious Sculpture and Rockwork. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/artificial-stone/artificialstone.htm

Thurlby, M. 2014. The Architecture and Sculpture of Deerhurst Priory: The Later 11th, 12th– and Early 13thCentury Work. The Friends of Deerhurst Church, Deerhurst.

Turnock, J. A. 2018. Landscapes of patronage, power and salvation : a contextual study of architectural stone sculpture in Northern England, c.1070-c.1155. PhD, Durham University.

Stone (see also Petrological analysis)

Bagshaw, S. 2014. The building stones of St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst. The Friends of Deerhurst Church, Deerhurst.

Barr, M. W. C. 2016. Selected Highlights of a Building Stone Survey of Devon. Devonshire Association Report and Transactions, 148, 29-62. 

Bone, D. A. 2016. Historic building stones and their distribution in the churches and chapels of West Sussex, England. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 127, 1, 53-77. 

Bone, D. A. 2016. Reply to comment by Roger Cordiner on Historic building stones and their distribution in churches and chapels of West Sussex, England. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 127, 4, 529-0.

Brimblecombe, P. 2014. Environment and architectural stone. In Stone in Architecture: Properties, Durability: Fifth Edition, 317-347. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Bristow, C. M. 2014. The geology of the building and decorative stones of Cornwall, UK. Geological Society, London, Special Publications. 391, 1, 93-120.

Cabbie, A., Gentile, C., Guidobaldi, M., Saisi, A. 2015. Continuous dynamic monitoring of historic masonry towers using few accelerometers: Methodological aspects and typical results. SHMII 201 57th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure, 201. 

Cassar, J., Marker, B. R., Winter, M. G. 2014. Stone in historic buildings : characterization and performance. The Geological Society, Bath. 

Cassar, J., Winter, M. G., Marker, B. R., Bromhead, E. N., Smith, J. W. N., Toll, D. G., Walton, N. R. G., Entwisle, D. C., Dijkstra, T. A. 2013. Introduction to the stone cycle and the conservation of historic buildings. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 46, 4, 363-366. 

Cassar, J., Winter, M. G., Marker, B. R., Walton, N. R. G., Entwisle, D. C., Bromhead, E. N., Smith, J. W. N. 2014.

Introduction to stone in historic buildings: Characterization and performance. Geological Society Special Publication, 391, 1, 1-5. Geological Society of London. 

Coath, J. 2013. Sandstone Conservation and Repair. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/sandstone-conservation/sandstone-conservation.htm.

DeJong, M. J. 2016. Settlement effects on masonry structures. Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions:

Anamnesis, diagnosis, therapy, controls. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Structural

Analysis of Historical Constructions, 449-456. CRC Press/Balkema

Diaz Gonçalves, T., Brito, V. 2014. Alteration kinetics of natural stones due to sodium sulfate crystallization: can reality match experimental simulations?. Environmental Earth Sciences, 72, 6, 1789-1799. 

D’Orazio, M., Munaf, P. 2016. A Methodology for the Evaluation of Hygrometric and Mechanical Properties of Consolidated Stones. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 10, 5, 517-525. 

Edensor, T. 2013. Vital urban materiality and its multiple absences: The building stone of central Manchester. Cultural Geographies, 20, 4, 447-465. 

Eklund, J. A., Zhang, H., Viles, H. A., Curteis, T. 2013. Using handheld moisture meters on limestone: Factors affecting performance and guidelines for best practice. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 7, 2, 207-224.

Erkal, A., D’Ayala, D., Stephenson, V. 2013. Evaluation of environmental impact on historical stone masonry through on-site monitoring appraisal. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 46, 4, 449458. 

Fairchild, J. 2016. Abrasive Cleaning Methods for Masonry. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/abrasive-masonry-cleaning/abrasive-masonry-cleaning.htm.

Ffloyd, T. 2014. Damp Movement in Rubble Walls. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/damp-movement/damp-movement.htm.

Garabito, J., Manso, J.M., Rodriguez, A., Garabito, J.C., Calderon, V. 2013. Methods for physical, chemical and biological cleaning of historic stone-masonry monuments. Informes De La Construccion, 65, 531, 367-380. 

Garmendia, L., Larrinaga, P., García, D., Marcos, I. 2014. Textile-Reinforced Mortar as Strengthening Material for Masonry Arches. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 5, 627-648. 

Gomez-Heras, M., McCabe, S. 2015. Weathering of stone-built heritage: A lens through which to read the Anthropocene. Anthropocene, 11, 1-13.

Gurel, M. A. 2016. Stability of Slender Masonry Columns with Circular Cross-Section under Their Own Weight and Eccentric Vertical Load. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 10, 8, 1008-1024. 

Hart, S. 2012. Vernacular Stone: Architectural details of the Cotswolds and the Stamford region compared. Ancient Monuments Society Transactions, 56, 90-102. 

Hopkinson, L., Rutt, K., Kristova, P., Blows, J., Firth, C. 2015. Sourcing limestone masonry for restoration of historic buildings, a spectroscopic pilot study. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 16, 6, 822-830. 

Horsfield, T.W. 2013. The Building Stones of Oxfordshire Villages. Oxoniensia, 78, 115-126. 

Hughes, T. 2013. Detailing and Conservation of Vernacular Slate and Stone Roofs. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/vernacular-roofs/vernacular-roofs.htm.

Hughes, T., Horak, J., Lott, G., Roberts, D. 2016. Cambrian age Welsh Slate: A global heritage stone resource from the United Kingdom. Episodes, 39, 1, 45-51. 

Hughes, T., Lott, G. K., Poultney, M. J., Cooper, B. J. 2013. Portland stone: A nomination for “global heritage stone resource” from the United Kingdom. Episodes, 36, 3, 221-2

Hume, I. 2013. Masonry Structures: Structural Investigation and Assessment. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/masonry-structures/masonrystructures.htm.

Jenkins, M. 2016. Retrofitting vapour permeable insulation to traditional brick and stone masonry walls, observations from 15 in situ trials. Brick and Block Masonry: Trends, Innovations and Challenges, Proceedings of the 16th International Brick and Block Masonry Conference, IBMAC 2016, 0, 503-508. 

Kayan, B. A. 2013. Green maintenance for historic masonry buildings : a life cycle assessment approach. PhD, Heriot-Watt University. 

Kayan, B. A., Forster, A. M., Banfill, P. F. G. 2016. Green Maintenance for historic masonry buildings: an option appraisal approach. Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, 5, 2, 143-164.  

Krzan, M., Gostic, S., Cattari, S., Bosiljkov,V. 2015. Acquiring reference parameters of masonry for the structural performance analysis of historical buildings. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 13, 1, 203-236. 

Lawrence, A. 2014. Cleaning Marble Monuments. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/cleaning-marble-monuments/cleaning-marblemonuments.htm

Lott, G. 2013. Sourcing stone for the conservation and repair of historical buildings in Britain. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 46, 4, 405-420. 

Love, R. 2017. Dry Stone Walling in the 21st Century. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/dry-stone-walling/dry-stone-walling.htm.

Marszalek, M. 2016. Identification of secondary salts and their sources in deteriorated stone monuments using micro-Raman spectroscopy, SEM-EDS and XRD. Journal Of Raman Spectroscopy, 47, 12, 1473-1485.

McAllister, D. A. 2016. Environmental controls on sandstone decay : the impact of climate and changing dynamics. PhD, Queen’s University Belfast.

Menendez, B., David, C. 2013. The influence of environmental conditions on weathering of porous rocks by gypsum: a non-destructive study using acoustic emissions. Environmental Earth Sciences, 68, 6, 1691-1706.

Mobus, M. 2013. The Burford School of Masons. Oxoniensia, 78, 99-114. 

Morillas, H., Maguregui, M., Garcia-Florentino, C., CarreroJ., Salcedo, I., Madariaga, Jm 2016. The cauliflowerlike black crusts on sandstones: A natural passive sampler to evaluate the surrounding environmental pollution. Environmental Research, 147, 218-232.

Morton, E. 2015. Conservation compendium Part 4: Assessment and replacement of stone. Structural Engineer, 93, 3, 46-48. 

Munafò, P., Quagliarini, E., Goffredo, G. B., Bondioli, F., Licciulli, A. 2014. Durability of nano-engineered TiO2 self-cleaning treatments on limestone. Construction and Building Materials, 65, 218-231. 

Odgers, D 2017. Nanolime: A Practical Guide to its Use for Consolidating Weathered Limestone. Historic England, Swindon.

Otlewska, A., Adamiak, J., Stryszewska, T., Kanka, S., Gutarowska, B. 2017. Factors Determining the Biodiversity of Halophilic Microorganisms on Historic Masonry Buildings. Microbes And Environments, 32, 2, 164-173. 

Paganoni, S., D’Ayala, D. 2014. Testing and design procedure for corner connections of masonry heritage buildings strengthened by metallic grouted anchors. Engineering Structures, 70, 278-293. 

Paterson, M. 2015. ‘Set in stone?’ : building a new geography of the dry-stone wall. PhD, University of Glasgow. 

Pereira, D., Marker, B. 2016. The value of original natural stone in the context of architectural heritage. Geosciences (Switzerland), 6, 13, 1-9. 

Pickles, D. 2017. Repointing Brick and Stone Walls: Guidelines for Best Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Potter, J. F. 2016. Patterns in stonework : the early churches in Northern England : a further study in ecclesiastical geology. Part B, The counties of Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, Westmorland and Yorkshire. British Archaeological Reports Ltd, Oxford.

Potter, J. F. 2015. Patterns in stonework : the early churches in northern England a further study in ecclesiastical geology, Part A the counties of Cheshire, Cumberland, Derbyshire, Durham, Lancashire and Lincolnshire. ArchaeoPress. Oxford.

Quagliarini, E., Bondioli, F., Goffredo, G.B., Licciulli, A., Munafò, P. 2012. Self-cleaning materials on Architectural Heritage: Compatibility of photo-induced hydrophilicity of TiO2 coatings on stone surfaces. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 14, 1, 1-7. 

Ranjbaran, F., Hosseini, M., Soltani, M. 2012. Simplified Formulation for Modeling the Nonlinear Behavior of Confined Masonry Walls in Seismic Analysis. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 3, 259-289. 

Reza, H. 2014. Cleaning and restoring old masonry buildings : investigations of physical and chemical characteristics of masonry stones and clay bricks during cleaning. PhD, Edinburgh Napier University.

Rivas, T., Feijoo, J., de Rosario,I., Taboada, J. 2017. Use of Ferrocyanides on Granite Desalination by Immersion and Poultice-Based Methods. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 11, 4, 588-606.

Sun, T., Grattan, K. T. V., Srinivasan, S., Basheer, P. A. M., Smith, B. J., Viles, H. A. 2012. Building stone condition monitoring using specially designed compensated optical fiber humidity sensors. IEEE Sensors Journal, 12, 5, 1011-1017.

Theodossopoulos, D., Sanderson, J., Scott, M. 2015. Strengthening masonry cross vaults damaged by geometric instability. Key Engineering Materials, 624, 635-643. 

Theodossopoulos, D., Sinha, B. P. 2013. A review of analytical methods in the current design processes and assessment of performance of masonry structures. Construction and Building Materials, 41, 990-1001.

Viles, H. A. 2013. Durability and conservation of stone: Coping with complexity. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 46, 4, 367-375.

Walkden, G. M. 2017. British decorative stones: finding the UK top ten. Geology Today, 33, 2, 71-80. 

Walkden, G. M. 2016. Devonshire marbles: the greatest British decorative stones?. Geology Today, 32, 4, 135142. 

Walker, R. A., Wilson, K., Lee, A. F., Woodford, J., Grassian, V. H., Baltrusaitis, J., Rubasinghege, G., Cibin, G., Dent, A. 2012. Preservation of York Minster historic limestone by hydrophobic surface coatings. Scientific Reports, 2, 880.

Wilhelm, K., Viles, H., Burke, A 2016. The Influence of Salt on Handheld Electrical Moisture Meters: Can They Be Used to Detect Salt Problems in Porous Stone?. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 10, 6, 735748.

Wilhelm, K., Viles, H., Burke, O., Mayaud, J. 2016. Surface hardness as a proxy for weathering behaviour of limestone heritage: a case study on dated headstones on the Isle of Portland, UK. Environmental Earth Sciences, 75, 931, 1-16.

Wood, C., Burns, C. 2013. Grouting Solid Masonry Walls. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/grouting/grouting.htm.

Woolfitt, C. 2015. Decorative Masonry Repairs. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/decorative-masonry-repairs/decorative-masonry-repairs.htm.

Young, M. 2014. Thermal Imaging in the Investigation of Solid Masonry Structures. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/thermal-imaging/thermal-imaging.htm.

Textiles, membranes etc

Garmendia, L., Larrinaga, P., García, D., Marcos, I. 2014. Textile-Reinforced Mortar as Strengthening Material for Masonry Arches. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 5, 627-648. 

Kronenburg, R. H. 2015. Introduction: The development of fabric structures in architecture. In Llorens., J. E. Fabric Structures in Architecture, 1-21. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge.

Llorens, J., Zanelli, A. 2016. Structural Membranes for Refurbishment of the Architectural Heritage. Procedia Engineering, 155, 18-27.

Ponsonby, M. 2015. Faded and threadbare historic textiles and their role in houses open to the public. Routledge, London.

Tiles, terracotta, tesserae etc

Henry, A., McCaig, I., Willett, C., Godfraind, S., Stewart, J., Cripps, J. C. Henry, A. 2015. Earth, brick and terracotta. Practical building conservation (series). Ashgate, UK.

Kampani, K. 2016. Mosaic Conservation at the Royal Garrison Church of St George. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/mosaic-conservation/mosaic-conservation.htm

Murray, M. J., Butlin, R. N. 2014. Atmospheric decay and cleaning of historic architectural terracotta. Durability of Building Materials and Components 7. Proceedings of the seventh international conference, 1282-1291. 

Rees, L., Lewis, M. J. T. 2014. A fragment of cosmatesque mosaic from Wimborne Minster, Dorset. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 135-151.

Thompson, I. 2015. William Butterfield mosaics at All Saints, Harrow Weald, London. Ecclesiology Today, 51.

Watrobski, A. 2017. Encaustic Tiles at the Palace of Westminster. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/encaustic-tiles/encaustic-tiles.htm

Wood

Alcock, N. 2013. A fourteenth-century illustration of a cruck. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 28-30. 

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2012. An early fifteenth-century Warwickshire cruck house using joggled halvings. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 19-27. 

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2013. The earliest tree-ring dated base-cruck house: 21 High Street, Alcester, Warwickshire. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 74-78. 

Arnold, A. J., Bayliss, A., Cook, G. T., Howard, R. E., Marshall, P. 2013. Church of St Michael, Church Street, Appleby Magna, Leicestershire: Tree-Ring Analysis and Radiocarbon Wiggle-Matching of the Ladder in the Tower. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G. T., Healy, F., Howard, R. E., Reimer, R. 2015. Gunns Mill, Abenhall, Near Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire: Tree-Ring Analysis and Radiocarbon Wiggle-Matching of Two Roof Trusses. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G. T., Howard, R. E., Outram, Z. 2015. North Wing of the Chantry, Sea Lane, Kilve, Somerset: Tree-Ring Analysis and Radiocarbon Wiggle-Matching of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2016. Little Toller Farmhouse, Toller Fratrum, West Dorset: Tree-Ring Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2016. Somerton Castle, Castle Lane, Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire: Tree-ring Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2015. Landmoth Hall, Kirby Sigston, Northallerton, North Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2015. Hemsby Hall Farm Barn, Hall Lane, Hemsby, Norfolk: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2015. The Great Tythe Barn, Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2015. Whalley Abbey, Whalley, Lancashire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Great Hall and North Range. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. 12 Church Street, Dronfield, Derbyshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Barlborough Hall, Ward Lane, Barlborough, Derbyshire: Tree-Ring Dating of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Canons Garth, Helmsley, North Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Church of St Mary, Churchgate, Stockport, Greater Manchester: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Vestry Roof. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Church of St Mary, Neen Savage, Shropshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Dandra Garth, Garsdale, Cumbria: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Dronfield Hall Barn,19 High Street, Dronfield, Derbyshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Groby Old Hall, Markfield Road, Groby, Leicestershire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Hales Hall, Litchmere Lane, Loddon, Norfolk: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Hall Range, Barn, and Bothy. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Langley Abbey, Langley with Hardley, Norfolk: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Old Hall Farmhouse, Brightholmlee, Bradfield, Sheffield, South Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Dating of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Sockburn Hall, Sockburn, Darlington: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. The Spotted Dog (Former) Public House, 212 Upton Lane, Newham, London: Tree-Ring Dating of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Tonge Hall, Tonge Hall Close, William Street, Middleton, Rochdale, Lancashire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2014. Wood Barn, Fairfield House, Stogursey, Somerset: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland, County Durham: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Church of St Nectan, Stoke, Hartland, Devon: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Church of St Nicholas, Church Road, Potter Heigham, Norfolk: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Fairfield House, Stogursey, Somerset: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Godwick Great Barn, Godwick, Tittleshall, Norfolk: Tree-Ring Dating of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Kirkleatham Hall Stable Block, Kirkleatham Lane, Redcar, North Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Analysis Of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Linnels Mill, Hexhamshire Low Quarter, Hexham, Northumberland: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Muniment Room, Melbourne Hall, Melbourne, Derbyshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Nappa Hall, Askrigg, North Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timber. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2013. Oakham Castle, Castle Lane, Oakham, Rutland: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2012. Church of St Andrew, Church Road, Cotton, Suffolk: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2012. 143 Briggate, Market Street Arcade, Leeds, West Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2012. Church of St Peter, West Liss, Hampshire: Tree-Ring Dating of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2012. Hall Farm Barn, Main Street, Horkstow, North Lincolnshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2012. Manor House, Heighington, Darlington, County Durham: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E. 2012. The Old Coach House and Dovecote, Eastcote House Gardens, High Road, Eastcote, Hillingdon, London: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E., Tyers, C. 2016. Battle Abbey, Battle, East Sussex: Tree-Ring Analysis of Oak Timbers from the Gatehouse, Dorter and Reredorter. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E., Tyers, C. 2016. Lancaster Castle, Castle Park, Lancaster: Tree-ring Analysis of Oak and Pine Timbers in the Keep and Gatehouse. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E., Tyers, C. 2016. Lowfield Hall, Poles Lane, Lowfield Heath, Crawley, West Sussex : Tree-ring Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E., Tyers, C. 2016. Sneaths Mill, Near Lutton Gowts, Lincolnshire: Tree-ring Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Arnold, A. J., Howard, R. E.,Tyers, C. 2016. Brampton Manor Barn, Old Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire: Tree-ring Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Barclay, A., Bayliss, A., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G. T., Marshall, P., Tyers, C., Reimer, P. J. 2017. 91 High Street,

St Mary Cray, Orpington, Greater London: Radiocarbon Wiggle Matching of Timbers. Historic England,

Swindon.

Barton, T. 2015. Early Timber Doors. The Building Conservation Directory. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/early-timber-doors/early-timber-doors.htm

Bayliss, A., Bronk Ramsey, C., Hamilton,D., van der Plicht, J., Cook, G. T., Tyers, C., Freeman, S. 2014. Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Wilfred, Ripon, North Yorkshire Nave Roof and Ceiling: Wiggle-Match Radiocarbon Dating of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bill, N. A. 2013. Timber railway bridges and viaducts in the United Kingdom: 1835-1870. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Bispham, J. 2015. Architectural Timber: History and Conservation. The Building Conservation Directory. Online <https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/architectural-timber/architectural-timber.htm>.

Bridge, M. C. 2012. Church of St Lawrence, Church Lane, Mickleton, Gloucestershire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Bellframe. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2012. 1, 3, and 5 Higher Street, Dartmouth, Devon: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2015. 4 St Paul’s Square, Bedford, Bedfordshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2015. Apothecaries Hall, 10-18 Blackfriars Lane, City of London: Tree-Ring Analysis of Pine Timbers from the Hall Roof. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2015. Bromley Hall, Gillender Street, London Borough of Tower Hamlets: Tree-Ring Analysis of Pine Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2015. Little (Great) Chishill Windmill, Barley Road, Great Chishill, Cambridgeshire: Tree-Ring Dating of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2015. Great Gransden Windmill, Mill Road, Great Gransden, Cambridgeshire: Tree-Ring Dating of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2015. The Wheat (Black) Barn, Sandon Bury Farm, Sandon, Hertfordshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2014. Church of Saint Andrew, Whitestaunton, Somerset: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Bellframe and Foundation Beams. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2014. Manor Farm Barn, Winterborne Clenston, Dorset: Tree-Ring Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2014. Purcombe Farmhouse, Batts Lane, Marshwood, Dorset: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2014. Sherborne House, Newland, Sherborne, Dorset: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers from the Tudor Wing. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2013. The Roof of the Bailiff’s Cottage, St Osyth’s Priory, Burn Road, St Osyth, Essex : Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2012. 1, 3, and 5 Higher Street, Dartmouth, Devon: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2012. Church of St Mary, West Somerton, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2012. Pengersick Castle, Pengersick Lane, Praa Sands, Penzance, Cornwall: Tree-Ring Dating of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C. 2012. St Anne’s Chapel, Paternoster Row, Barnstaple, Devon: Tree-Ring Analysis of Oak Timbers from the Roof and Crypt. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C., Tyers, C. 2017. The Fleece, Westgate Street, Gloucester, Gloucestershire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Oak and Elm Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C., Tyers, C. 2014. Wick Farm Cottage, Heddington Wick, Wiltshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Bridge, M. C., Tyers, C., Hurford, M. 2014. Manor Farm Barn, Kingston Deverill, Wiltshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Cruz, H., Yeomans, D., Tsakanika, E., Macchioni, N., Jorissen, A., Touza, M., Mannucci, M., Lourenço, P.B. 2015. Guidelines for On-Site Assessment of Historic Timber Structures. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 9, 3, 277-289. 

Debailleux, L. 2015. Indexing System for Recognizing Traditional Timber-Framed Structures. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 9, 5, 529-541. Taylor & Francis.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. 3 and 1113 Cornmarket, Pontefract, West Yorkshire: Tree-ring Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. 31 High Street, Droitwich, Worcestershire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. Church of All Saints,Church Street, Wath Upon Dearne, South Yorkshire: TreeRing Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. Clifton Tower, Clifton, Near Penrith, Cumbria: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. Codnor Castle, Castle Lane, Derbyshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. Ruins of Former Manor House, Witchampton Manor, Near Wimborne, Dorset: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. The Abbot’s Lodging and Corridor, Coggeshall Abbey, Essex: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. The Bobbin Mill, Stott Park, Finsthwaite, Cumbria: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J. 2015. Westgate End House, Kemps Bridge, Wakefield, West Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J., Tyers, C. 2015. Ledston Hall, Hall Lane, Ledston, Leeds, West Yorkshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J., Tyers, C. 2015. Deal Castle, Victoria Road, Deal, Kent: Tree-Ring Analysis of Oak and Pine Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J., Tyers, C. 2015. Walmer Castle, Kingsdown Road, Deal, Kent: Tree-Ring Analysis of Oak and Pine Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, R. E., Arnold, A. J., Tyers, C., Hurford, M. 2014. Daubeneys, High Street, Colerne, Wiltshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Hudson-McAulay, K. J. 2016. The structural and mechanical integrity of historic wood. PhD, University of Glasgow. 

James, D. 2012. Saw marks in vernacular buildings and their wider significance. Vernacular Architecture, 42, 718. 

Kirk, B. 2016. Paint Removal from Historic Timbers. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/paint-removal/paint-removal.htm.

Lamb, A. 2013. Carved Joinery: The Conservation and Repair of Historic Timber Carving. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/carved-joinery/carvedjoinery.htm.

Laranjeira, J.P.D.S., Cruz, H., Pinto, A.P.F., Pina dos Santos, C., Pereira, J.F. 2015. Reaction to Fire of Existing Timber Elements Protected With Fire Retardant Treatments: Experimental Assessment. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 9, 7, 866-882. 

Lechner, T., Sandin, Y., Kliger, R. 2013. Assessment of Density in Timber Using X-Ray Equipment. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 7, 4, 416-433. 

Lopez, G.l, Basterra, L. A., Raman-Cueto, G., Diego, A. 2014. Detection of Singularities and Subsurface Defects in Wood by Infrared Thermography. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 4, 517-536.

Pota, J., Dole, J. 2015. Non-Destructive Assessment of Timber Elements With an Emphasis on Radiometry. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 9, 6, 655-664. 

Rimmer, M. 2015. The Angel Roofs of East Anglia : Unseen Masterpieces of the Middle Ages. Lutterworth Press, Cambridge.

Russell, R. 2013. Structural Timber Repairs. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/structural-timber-repairs/structural-timber-repairs.htm.

Serafini, A. 2016. A database model for the analysis and assessment of historic timber roof structures. International Wood Products Journal, 8, 1, 3-8.

Smith, L. 2012. The pentagon and pentagram star: the natural design of Lincoln Cathedral high roof. Mortice and Tenon, 49, Autumn, 12-14. 

Stepinac, M., Rajcic, V., Barbalic, J. 2017. Inspection and condition assessment of existing timber structures. Gradevinar, 69, 9, 861-873. 

Stott, J. 2015. Stiffness in Timber Floors and Ceilings. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/floor-stiffness/floor-stiffness.htm.

Thompson, J. 2017. The Conversion of Structural Timbers: Recognising Historical and Modern Techniques. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/structural-timberconversion/structural-timber-conversion.htm.

Thorp, John R.L. 2013. The wagon roofs at St James’s Priory, Bristol. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 31-45.

Tyers, C. 2015. Brooke House, Hackney, London: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Tyers, C. 2015. College House, College Lane, Masham, North Yorkshire: Dendrochronological Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Tyers, C. 2012. Rangers House, Chesterfield Walk, Greenwich, LondonTree-Ring Analysis of Pine and Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Tyers, C., Hurford, M. 2014. The Old Manor, West Lavington, Wiltshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Tyers, I. 2015. Manor Farm Barn, Manor Court, High Street, Harmondsworth, London Borough Of Hillingdon: Dendrochronological Analysis of Oak Structural Timbers and Boards. Historic England, Swindon.

Tyers, I. 2014. Eskdale Mill, Boot, Cumbria: Dendrochronological Analysis of Oak Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Tyers, I. 2013. Lytham Hall, Lytham, Lancashire: Dendrochronological Analysis of Oak and Pine Timbers, and Living Oak Trees. Historic England, Swindon.

Whitman, C. 2017. The distribution of historic timber-framed buildings in the UK and the impacts of their low energy retrofit. PhD, Cardiff University. 

Wild, R., Moir, A. 2013. Key dating features for timber-framed dwellings in Surrey. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 46-61.

Williamson, A. 2014. Historic Timber Staircases: Management, Conservation and Repair. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/timber-staircases/timberstaircases.htm.

Woodcock, S. 2012. The Mystery of the Wray Castle Library Panelling and Manchester Central Library. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 89, 2, 203-225. 

Wyeth, W. 2018. Medieval Timber Motte Towers. Medieval Archaeology, 62, 1, 135-156.

Yeomans, D. 2013. The mystery of Winchester Cathedral. Mortice and Tenon, 51, Spring, 8-12.

Agents

Architects

Adler, G. 2012. Robert Maguire & Keith Murray. Historic England, Swindon.

Ainsworth, Robert. 2013. In the Footsteps of Peter Ellis: Architect of Oriel Chambers and 16 Cook Street. Liverpool History Society, Liverpool.

Araguez Escobar, M. Frameworks of uncertainty : architectural strategies of control and change in the work of Cedric Price and Arata Isozaki (1955-1978). PhD, UCL.

Barnwell, P. S., Tyack, G., Whyte, W. H., Eds. 2014. George Gilbert Scott, 1811-1878: an architect and his influence. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 3. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Beaton, H. E. 2015. A forgotten Baroque master: Thomas Archer (1668-1743). PhD, University of Bristol.

Beech, R 2016. The Hammer-beam Roof of Westminster Hall and the Structural Rationale of Hugh Herland. Architectural History, 59, 25-61.

Bill, E. G. W. 2013. Sir Gilbert Scott’s Restoration of Christ Church Cathedral. Oxoniensia, 78. 

Bradbury, O. 2015. Sir John Soane’s influence on architecture from 1791: a continuing legacy. Ashgate, Farnham.

Brandwood, G. 2015. William Butterfield : From the Strand to Margaret Street – a short distance but a long journey. Ecclesiology Today, 51. 

Brandwood, G. 2017. High Anglicanism and High Places : the Rise of William Butterfield. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Brandwood, G. 2012. The Architecture of Sharpe, Paley and Austin. Historic England, Swindon.

Bremner, G. A. 2017. William Butterfield in the Wider British World. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Burke, C. 2013. A life in education and architecture: Mary Beaumont Medd. Routledge, London.

Burke, C., Grosvenor, I. An exploration of the writing and reading of a life: The ‘body parts of the Victorian school architect E. R. Robson. In Pokewitz, T.S, ed. Rethinking the history of education: transnational perspectives on its questions, methods, and knowledge. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. 

Butler, R. J. 2013. Secular and domestic : George Gilbert Scott and the master’s lodge of St. John’s College, Cambridge. St John’s College, Cambridge.

Carroll, R. 2012. Ryder: Sustainable Architecture. RIBA Publishing, London.

Crinson, M. 2018. Alison and Peter Smithson. Historic England, Swindon.

Darling, E. 2014. From cockpit to domestic interior: the Great War and the architecture of Wells Coates. Journal of Architecture, 19, 6, 903-922. 

Darling, E. 2012. Wells Coates. Historic England, Swindon.

Fenton, C. B. 2013. The Library Designs of Sir Basil Spence, Glover & Ferguson. Architectural Heritage, 24.

Fisher, F. 2015. Designing the British post-war home: Kenneth Wood, 1948-1968. Routledge, Abingdon.

Franklin, G. 2012. ‘Built-in variety’ : David and Mary Medd and the child-centred primary school, 1944-80. Architectural History, 55, 321-367. 

Franklin, G. 2017. Howell Killick Partridge and Amis. Historic England, Swindon.

Hall, M. 2017. Butterfield’s houses. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Harrison, J. 2016. William Butterfield’s Patrons and Clients in Oxford. Oxoniensia 81, 63.

Hembree, Bridget 2015. Designing Victorian London : the career of James Bunstone Bunning, city architect. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Hill, R. 2017. ‘A perplexing and challenging character’ : Butterfield the Man. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London. 

Howard, C., Taylor, S. 2016. The Church and Chapel Interiors of John Loughborough Pearson: A Selective Assessment of their Significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, S. C. 2016. ‘The temple of costly experience’ : Patrick Gwynne (1913-2003) : architect of The Homewood. PhD, University of Bath. 

Howell, P. 2017. Butterfield in Oxford. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Hui Lan Manley, C. 2017. Frederick Gibberd. Historic England, Swindon.

Marsh, L. G. 2013. Mary Medd : architect, 1907-2005 / articles and reminiscences compiled by Leonard Marsh. Meadow Publications, Chiselhurst.

Lewis, D. 2015. Developing Modernity: Giles Gilbert Scott’s Design for the New Bodleian Library. Bodleian Library Record, 28, 1, 47-68. 

Lewis, D. F. 2014. Modernising tradition : the architectural thought of Giles Gilbert Scott (1880-1960). PhD, University of Oxford.

Mardell, J., Fidelis ad Mortem: John Chessell Buckler, an Oxford College Architect. Oxoniensia, 83, 73.

McKinstry, S., Ding, Y. Y. 2017. Business success and the architectural practice of Sir George Gilbert Scott,

c.1845–1878 : a study in hard work, sound management and networks of trust. Business History, 59, 6, 928950.

Port, M. H. 2015. Butterfield’s First Work. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 59. 

Powell, K. 2018. Arup Associates. Historic England, Swindon.

Powell, K. 2012. Ahrends, Burton and Koralek. Historic England, Swindon.

Powell, K., O’carroll, D. 2013. Arup Associates : 50. Arup, London.

Rattenbury, K. 2018. The Wessex Project: Thomas Hardy, Architect. Lund Humphries, London.

Roberts, D. 2017. ‘We felt magnificent being up there’ : Erno Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower and the campaign to keep it public. In Guillery, P., Kroll, D. Mobilising housing histories : learning from London’s past. RIBA Publishing, London. 

Robertson, J. D. 2017. Gillespie, Kidd & Coia : ecclesiastical architecture 1931-1979. PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Salmon, F. 2013. Our Great Master Kent’ and the Design of Holkham Hall: A Reassessment. Architectural History, 56, 63-96.

Sands, F. 2016. Robert Adam’s London. ArchaeoPress, Oxford.

Saunders, T. 2014. Getting a life : an autobiography. SilverWood Books Ltd, Bristol.

Sherriff, C. 2012. Arnold Mitchell (1863-1944): ‘Fecundity’ and ‘Versatility’ in an Early Twentieth-Century Architect. Architectural History, 55, 199-235. 

Thompson, I. 2015. William Butterfield mosaics at All Saints, Harrow Weald, London. Ecclesiology Today, 51.

Thompson, P. 2017. Researching and Writing about William Butterfield. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Tyack, G. 2013. John Nash: Architect of the Picturesque. Historic England, Swindon.

Warleigh-Lack, C. 2013. John Carr of York and hidden architectural histories. PhD, Middlesex University.

Watkin, D. 2016. The Architecture of John Simpson. The Timeless Language of Classicism. Rizzoli, New York.

Webb, N. 2016. Digital re-analysis of lost architecture and the particular case of Lutyens׳ Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. Frontiers of Architectural Research, 5, 2, 265-275. 

Whelan, A. 2014. George Gilbert Scott : A Pioneer of Constructional Polychromy?. Architectural History, 57, 217-238.

Wilhilde, E. 2012. Sir Edwin Lutyens: Designing in the English Tradition. National Trust Books, London.

Willkens, D.S. 2016. Reading Words and Images in the Description(s) of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Architectural Histories. 4, 1, 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.204. 

Willkens, D. S. 2015. Thomas Jefferson, Sir John Soane and Maria Cosway : the Transatlantic Design Network, 1768-1838. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Zimmerman, C. 2014. From Photographic Surface to Image Object: James Stirling’s Postmodernism. University of Minnesota Press, Minnesota.

Architectural Historians

Borden, I., Fraser, M., Penner, B. 2014. Forty Ways to Think About Architecture: Architectural History and Theory Today. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Buchanan, A. 2013. Robert Willis (1800-1875) and the Foundation of Architectural History. Boydell, Woodbridge. 

Buchanan, A. 2012. Building a monument: Willis, Clark and the architectural history of the University of Cambridge. Architectural History, 55, 145-172. 

Buchanan, A. 2017. ‘Complete, thorough, and undeniable’: Robert Willis and the architectural history of Canterbury Cathedral. In Bovey, A. ed. Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Canterbury, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 1-25. 

Buchanan, A. 2014. “All for information”: John Ruskin and architectural archaeology. Quintana, 13, 13, 35-61.

Buchanan, A., Campbell, J.W.P., Girón, J., Huerta, S. eds 2016. Robert Willis: Science, Technology and Architecture in the Nineteenth Century. Proceedings of the International Symposium held in Gon-ville and Caius College, Cambridge UK 16th-17th September 2016. Instituto Juan de Herrera, Madrid.

Conlin, J. 2012. Development or Destruction? E.A. Freeman and the Debate on Church Restoration, 1839-51. Oxoniensia 77, 137.

Engel, B. R. 2016. Ambichronous historiography : Colin Rowe and the teaching of architectural history. Journal of Art Historiography, 14, June, 1-22.

Geraghty, A. 2013. After Colvin’s Canterbury Quadrangle. In Airs, M., and Whyte, W. (eds). Architectural History after Colvin, 42-57. Shaun Tyas, Stamford.

Hultzsch, A. 2014. Architectural history from eye-level: Nikolaus Pevsner’s ‘Treasure Hunts’ in the Architectural Review, 1942. Journal of Architecture, 19, 3, 382-401.

Kelly, J. 2013. To fan the ardour of the layman : J.M. Richards, The Architectural Review, and discourses of modernism in British architecture, 1933-1972. PhD, Middlesex University. 

Salama, A. M. 2017. Plurality and diversity in architectural and urban research. Archnet-IJAR, 11, 2, 1-5.

Steadman, P. 2016. Research in architecture and urban studies at Cambridge in the 1960s and 1970s : what really happened. Journal of Architecture, 21, 2, 291-306.

Thom, C. 2013. The Survey and housing. The Victorian (Journal of the Victorian Society), 44, 8-11.

Thompson, P. 2017. Researching and Writing about William Butterfield. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Artisans

Barnwell, P. S. 2017. Patron and Craftsman in Tudor and Early Stuart England: Essays for Malcolm Airs. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 6. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Builders

Byng, G. 2015. The contract for the north aisle at the church of St James, Biddenham. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 251-265.

Kennett, C 2015. Colt Houses : the history of W.H. Colt Son & Company Ltd. Pitcairn-Knowles Publishing, Sevenoaks.

Mobus, M. 2013. The Burford School of Masons. Oxoniensia, 78, 99-114. 

Riall, N. 2015. Thomas Bertie, the master-mason at Winchester Cathedral c 1515-50. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 211-249.

Scott, P. Objects of distinction : the archives of Britain’s house-builders and household consumer durables producers. Business Archives, 107, 37-48.

Craftspeople

Adamson, Rose Harris 2014. Stonemasons’ Drawings on Building Fabric: Diversity, Form and Function. Archaeological Journal, 171, 1, 258-288.

Barnwell, P. S. 2017. Patron and Craftsman in Tudor and Early Stuart England: Essays for Malcolm Airs. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 6. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Binski, P. 2013. Humfrey Lovell and the Gates of Gonville and Caius College : A Note on the Sources. Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 166, 179-88.

Hodgkinson, J. 2014. A seventeenth-century Sussex woodcarver: the evidence of cast ironwork. Regional Furniture, 28, 39-48. 

Mobus, M. 2013. The Burford School of Masons. Oxoniensia, 78, 99-114. 

Riall, N. 2015. Thomas Bertie, the master-mason at Winchester Cathedral c 1515-50. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 211-249.

Designers

Beech, R 2016. The Hammer-beam Roof of Westminster Hall and the Structural Rationale of Hugh Herland. Architectural History, 59, 25-61.

Hunt, J. D. 2018. The landscape architecture of Hal Moggridge. Studies in the history of gardens & designed landscapes, 38, 2, 180-194.

Engineers

Powell, K. 2018. Arup Associates. Historic England, Swindon.

Taylor, W.M. 2013. Iron, Engineering and Architectural History in Crisis: Following the Case of the River Dee Bridge Disaster, 1847. Archirtectural Histories, 1, 1, Art. 23. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.ao.

Patrons

Barnwell, P. S. 2017. Patron and Craftsman in Tudor and Early Stuart England: Essays for Malcolm Airs. Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment, 6. Paul Watkins Publishing, Lincolnshire.

Biddle, M. 2014. Henry VIII’s Coastal Artillery Fort at Camber Castle, Rye, East Sussex. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Boyd, M. C. 2015. In their own image?: church-building in the Deanery of Manchester 1847-1903 :

relationships between donor, architect and churchmanship. PhD, University of Manchester.

Byng, G. 2015. The contract for the north aisle at the church of St James, Biddenham. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 251-265.

Cooper, N. 2013. A Building Project for William, Lord Paget, at Burton-on-Trent. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 249-286.

Delman, R. M. 2017. Elite female constructions of power and space in England, 1444-1541. PhD, University of Oxford.

Harrison, J. 2016. William Butterfield’s Patrons and Clients in Oxford. Oxoniensia 81, 63.

Hartfelder, C. D. 2016. An architecture of industrialism : the Liddell family of Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead, 1607-1808. PhD, Durham University.

Kirton, J. 2016. Sculpture and place : a biographical approach to recontextualising Cheshire’s early medieval stone sculpture. PhD, University of Chester. 

Lindfield, P. N. 2018. Reading Vathek and Fonthill Abbey: William Beckford’s architectural imagination. In C. Dakers. Fonthill Recovered: A Cultural History. 284-301. UCL Press, London.

Lindfield, P. N. 2018. Horace Walpole’s Strawberry Hill House (1749). In S. Bacon. The Gothic, 153-160. Peter Lang Ltd, Witney.

Marsh, S. 2016. Reconstructing a historical temporary structure: Henry VIII’s pop-up-palace : Using a 3D engine to recreate the temporary palace from the field of cloth of Gold 1520. 2015 Digital Her-itage International Congress, Digital Heritage 2015, 0, 165-168.

Milne, S. 2016. Merchants of the City : situating the London Estate of the Drapers’ Company, c. 1540-1640. PhD, University of Westminster, Westminster.

Minihan, G. 2015. Ightham Mote in the fourteenth century : the lived experience of Sir Thomas Couen (d.1372). University of Southampton.

Munby, J. 2014. Out of his element: Mr Johnson, Sir Joseph Banks and Tattershall Castle. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 253-289.

Neild, R. R. 2014. Nevile and his court : the turbulent history of Nevile’s Court, Trinity College, Cambridge. The Georgian Group Journal, 22, 67-75.

Norton, C. 2012. Lastingham and the Architecture of the Benedictine revival in Northumbria. Anglo-Norman Studies XXXIV: Proceeedings of the Battle Conference 2011, 34, 63-104. 

Reeve, M. M. 2013. Dickie Bateman and the Gothicization of Old-Windsor: Gothic Architecture and Sexuality in the Circle of Horace Walpole. Architectural History, 56, 97-131.

Roberts, R. J. 2012. ‘Two meane fellows grand projectors’ : the self-projection of Sir Arthur Ingram and Lionel Cranfield, Earl of Middlesex, 1600-1645, with particular reference to their houses. PhD, Teesside University. 

Rodwell, K., Bell, R. 2013. Acton Court: The evolution of an early Tudor courtier’s house. Historic England, Swindon.

Sharples, J. 2012. Gateways to Power: The Castles of Ranulf III of Chester and Llywelyn the Great of Gwynedd. Archaeological Journal, 169, 15-17.

Smith, A. L. R. 2017. Acquisition, patronage and display : contextualising the art collections of Longford Castle during the long eighteenth century. PhD, Birkbeck, University of London.

Smith, J. F. H. 2013. William Stukeley in Stamford: His Houses, Gardens and a Project for a Palladian Triumphal Arch Over Barn Hill. The Antiquaries Journal, 93, 353-400.

Stutchbury, A. 2016. ‘At home’ in Standen : a study of the Beale family’s lived experience of their latenineteenth century Arts and Crafts home, 1890-1914. PhD, University of Sussex, Sussex.

Thom, C. 2015. Robert Adam’s first Marylebone house: the story of General Robert Clerk, the Countess of Warwick and their mansion in Mansfield Street. The Georgian Group Journal, 23, 125-146.

Turnock, J. A. 2018. Landscapes of patronage, power and salvation : a contextual study of architectural stone sculpture in Northern England, c.1070-c.1155. PhD, Durham University.

Weston, D. W. V. 2013. Rose Castle and the bishops of Carlisle 1133-2012. Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, Kendal.

Willkens, D. S. 2015. Thomas Jefferson, Sir John Soane and Maria Cosway : the Transatlantic Design Network, 1768-1838. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Zeepvat, R. J. 2016. The Clarkes and Tan Yard Wharf : A 19th-century industrial site in Fenny Stratford and its owners. Records of Buckinghamshire, 56, 109-126.

Users

Adamson, Rose Harris 2014. Stonemasons’ Drawings on Building Fabric: Diversity, Form and Function. Archaeological Journal, 171, 1, 258-288.

Amos, K. 2016. Mansion House: its history and its occupants. Scallop Shell Press, Reading.

Aymonino, A., Guerci, M. 2016. The architectural transformation of Northumberland House under the 7th Duke of Somerset and the 1st Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, 1748-86. The Antiquaries Journal, 96, 315-361.

Buglass, J. 2016. Historic Graffiti on the Tower of St. Oswald’s Church, Filey, North Yorkshire: recording and Interpretation. Historic England, Swindon.

Cope, G. 2014. Towards understandings of visitor experiences and practices that shape new meanings of place at National Trust sites. PhD, University of the West of England, Bristol.

Department of Archaeology, Durham University ongoing. Medieval Graffiti in the Prior’s Chapel, Durham Priory. Department of Archaeology, Durham University. 

Dyer, C. 2013. Living in peasant houses in late medieval England. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 19-27. 

Hasted, R. 2016. Domestic Housing for Disabled Veterans 1900-2014: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Herrera Gutierrez-Avellanosa, D. 2016. Energy efficiency improvements in traditional buildings : exploring the role of user behaviour in the hygrothermal performance of solid walls. PhD, Robert Gordon University.

Hetherington, P. 2015. Whose land is our land? The use and abuse of Britain’s forgotten acres. Policy Press, Bristol.

Hui, B. 2014. Energy retrofit and occupant behaviour in protected housing: A case study of the Brunswick Centre in London. Energy and Buildings, 80, 120-130.

Kanagasapapathy, G. 2017. Understanding the flow experiences of heritage tourists. PhD, Bournemouth University. 

Kozlovsky, R. 2013. The architectures of childhood : children, modern architecture and reconstruction in postwar England. Routledge, London.

Munby, J. 2014. Out of his element: Mr Johnson, Sir Joseph Banks and Tattershall Castle. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 253-289.

Newman, C. 2013. An archaeology of poverty: Architectural innovation and pauper experience at Madeley Union Workhouse, Shropshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 47, 2, 359-377. 

Slatter, R. L. 2017. A ‘more-than-architectural’ approach to Wesleyan space : how can material and spatial approaches to metropolitan Wesleyan Methodist practices provide insights into congregational experiences between 1851 and 1932?. PhD, UCL (University College London).

Stutchbury, A. 2016. ‘At home’ in Standen : a study of the Beale family’s lived experience of their latenineteenth century Arts and Crafts home, 1890-1914. PhD, University of Sussex, Sussex.

Walford, M. 2013. My life on the Croome Estate. Aspect Design, Malvern.

Marginalised agents

Ahmed, Nazneen, GARNETT, Jane, GIDLEY, Ben, HARRIS, Alana, KEITH, Michael 2016. Shifting markers of identity in East London’s diasporic religious spaces. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39, 2, 223-242. 

Aymonino, A., Guerci, M. 2016. The architectural transformation of Northumberland House under the 7th Duke of Somerset and the 1st Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, 1748-86. The Antiquaries Journal, 96, 315-361.

Faculty of History, University of Oxford ongoing. Housing, Culture and Women’s Citizenship in Britain, c.1945 to the present. Faculty of History, University of Oxford. 

Hasted, R. 2016. Domestic Housing for Disabled Veterans 1900-2014: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Kadish, S. 2016. Are Britain’s Synagogues at Risk?. Historic Churches. Online

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/british-synagogues/british-synagogues.htm

Kadish, S. 2015. Jewish Heritage in Britain and Ireland: An Architectural Guide. Historic England, Swindon.

Lepine, A. 2014. ‘Brutalism Among the Ladies’ : Modern Architecture at Somerville College, Oxford, 1947-67. Architectural History, 57, 357-392.

Livingstone, N. 2015. The mistresses of Cliveden : three centuries of scandal, power and intrigue in an English stately home. Arrow Books Ltd., London.

Newman, C. 2013. An archaeology of poverty: Architectural innovation and pauper experience at Madeley Union Workhouse, Shropshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 47, 2, 359-377. 

Reeve, M. M. 2013. Dickie Bateman and the Gothicization of Old-Windsor: Gothic Architecture and Sexuality in the Circle of Horace Walpole. Architectural History, 56, 97-131.

Robertson, L. C. 2016. ‘We Must Advance, We Must Expand’ : architectural and social challenges to the domestic model at the College for Ladies at Westfield. Women’s History Review, 25, 1, 105-123.

Saleem, S. 2017. The British mosque : an architectural and social history. Historic England.

Community groups, volunteers and collaborations (new category)

Brightman, J. (ed). Charting Chipeling: The Archaeology of the Kiplin Estate. Solstice Heritage, Northallerton.

Chitty, G. 2017. Heritage, conservation and community : engagement, participation and capacity building. Routledge, London. 

Creighton, O., Cunningham, P., French, H. 2013. Peopling polite landscapes : community and heritage at Poltimore, Devon. Landscape History, 34, 2, 61 – 86.

Davison, K., Russell, J. 2017. Disused religious space: Youth participation in built heritage regeneration. Religions, 8, 6. 

Edinburgh College of Art 2014-2019. Tower Blocks – Our Blocks! A National Community Heritage Database for Postwar Mass Housing. Edinburgh College of Art.

Historic England. 2015. Listing War Memorials in England: A Guide for Volunteers. Historic England, Swindon.

Nwachukwu, C. V., Udeaja, C., Chileshe, N., Okere, C. E. 2017. The critical success factors for stakeholder management in the restoration of built heritage assets in the UK. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, 35, 4, 304-331. 

Reed, C., Smith, K. Collaborating across Heritage and Higher Education to Reveal the Global History of Osterley Park House. In Finn, M., Smith, K. (eds). New Paths to Public Histories, 47-72. Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Varouchaki, N. & Theodossopoulos, D. 2017. Community engagement, emerging players in monuments’ rescue. REHAB 2017: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Preservation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Historical Buildings and Structures. Amoêda, R., Lira, S. & Pinheiro, C. (eds.). Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development. 

Wensen M., Walton, O., Cossairt, G, Bearman, E, Doehne, E 2015. Crowd-sourced mobile phone images for heritage conservation monitoring. 1, 111-114. 

Zhang, L. 2016. Towards conflict resolution and collaborative consensus-making : a participatory approach to architecture design in the Nottingham Natural History Museum, Wollaton Hall. PhD, University of Nottingham. 

Recording, Analysis and Conservation

Materials science

Bertolini, L., Lupica Spagnolo, S., Redaelli, E. 2012. Electrochemical Realkalization as a Conservation Technique for Reinforced Concrete. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 2, 214-227.

Chadwick, A. V., Berko, A., Schofield, E. J., Jones, A. M., Mosselmans, J. F., Smith, A. D. 2012. Application of Microfocus X-Ray Beams from Synchrotrons in Heritage Conservation. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 2, 228-258. 

Erkal, A., D’Ayala, D. 2015. Laboratory testing of non-standard original historic building materials and related implications for conservation. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 48, 1, 15-28. 

Gutarowska, B., Celikkol-Aydin, S., Bonifay, V., Otlewska, A., Aydin, E., Oldham, A. L., Brauer, J., Duncan, K., Adamiak,J., Sunner, J., Beech, L.B. 2015. Metabolomic and high-throughput sequencing analysis-modern approach for the assessment of biodeterioration of materials from historic buildings. Frontiers in Microbiology, 6.

Hamrouche, R., Klysz, G., Balayssac, J.l, Rhazi, J.l, Ballivy, G. 2012. Numerical Simulations and Laboratory Tests to Explore the Potential of Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) in Detecting Unfilled Joints in Brick Masonry Structures. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 6, 648-664. 

Hansen, T., Peuhkuri, R.H., Møller, E.B., Bjarløv, S.P., Odgaard, T. 2017. Material characterization models and test methods for historic building materials. Energy Procedia, 132, 315-320.

Hanzlicek, T., Perna, I., Brus, J. 2013. 27Al Magic Angle Spinning-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (MAS-NMR) Analyses Applied to Historical Mortars. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 7, 2, 153-164.

Hendrick, R.l., De Clercq, H., Hayen, R. 2016. Performance and Risks of Salt-Accumulating Renders in Relation to Their Moisture Transport Properties. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 10, 1, 84-95. 

Iglesias-Campos, M. A., Perez, J., Fortes, S. G. 2017. Spot analysis to determine technical parameters of microblasting cleaning for building materials maintenance. Construction And Building Materials, 132, 21-32.

Kapridaki, C., Verganelaki, A., Dimitriadou, P., Maravelaki-Kalaitzaki, P. 2018. Conservation of Monuments by a

Three-Layered Compatible Treatment of TEOS-Nano-Calcium Oxalate Consolidant and TEOS-PDMS-TiO2 Hydrophobic/Photoactive Hybrid Nanomaterials. Materials, 11, 5. 

Klemm, A. J., Wiggins, D. E. 2014. The role of material microstructure in the durability of historic buildings, 637-644. CRC Press, London. 

La Russa, M. F., Macchia, A., Ruffolo, S. A., De Leo, F., Barberio, M., Barone, P., Crisci, G. M., Urzâ,C. 2014. Testing the antibacterial activity of doped TiO2 for preventing biodeterioration of cultural heritage building materials. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 96, 87-96. 

La Russa, M. F., Rovella, N., Alvarez de Buergo, M., Belfiore, C. M., Pezzino, A., Crisci, G. M., Ruffolo, S. A. 2016. Nano-TiO2 coatings for cultural heritage protection: The role of the binder on hydrophobic and self-cleaning efficacy. Progress in Organic Coatings, 91, 1-8. 

Laranjeira, J.P.D.S., Cruz, H., Pinto, A.P.F., Pina dos Santos, C., Pereira, J.F. 2015. Reaction to Fire of Existing Timber Elements Protected With Fire Retardant Treatments: Experimental Assessment. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 9, 7, 866-882. 

Lechner, T., Sandin, Y., Kliger, R. 2013. Assessment of Density in Timber Using X-Ray Equipment. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 7, 4, 416-433. 

Lopez, G.l, Basterra, L. A., Raman-Cueto, G., Diego, A. 2014. Detection of Singularities and Subsurface Defects

in Wood by Infrared Thermography. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 4, 517-536.

Maddalena, R., Hamilton, A. 2017. Low-pressure silica injection for porosity reduction in cementitious materials. Construction and Building Materials, 134, 610-616.

Maddalena, R., Hamilton, A., Mali, A. K. 2016. Low-pressure nano-silica injection on cement for crack-healing and water transport. Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions: Anamnesis, diagnosis, therapy, controls. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions, SAHC 2016, 579-584.

Marszalek, M. 2016. Identification of secondary salts and their sources in deteriorated stone monuments using micro-Raman spectroscopy, SEM-EDS and XRD. Journal Of Raman Spectroscopy, 47, 12, 1473-1485.

McCaig, I. 2016. Measuring Moisture Content in Historic Building Materials. Historic England, Swindon.

Mcgregor, F., Heath, A., Shea, A., Lawrence, M. 2014. Moisture buffering capacity of unfired clay masonry. Building and Environment, 82, December, 599-607.

Meng, B., Mueller, U., Garcia, O., Malaga, K. 2014. Performance of a New Anti-Graffiti Agent Used for Immovable Cultural Heritage Objects. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 6, 820-834.

Morillas, H., Maguregui, M., Garcia-Florentino, C., CarreroJ., Salcedo, I., Madariaga, Jm 2016. The cauliflowerlike black crusts on sandstones: A natural passive sampler to evaluate the surrounding environmental pollution. Environmental Research, 147, 218-232.

Morillas, H., Marcaida, I., Garcia-Florentino, C., Maguregui, M., Arana, G., Madariaga, J. 2018. Micro-Raman and SEM-EDS analyses to evaluate the nature of salt clusters present in secondary marine aerosol. Science Of The Total Environment, 615, 691-697.

Munafò, P., Quagliarini, E., Goffredo, G. B., Bondioli, F., Licciulli, A. 2014. Durability of nano-engineered TiO2 self-cleaning treatments on limestone. Construction and Building Materials, 65, 218-231. 

Nuño, M., Pesce, G.L., Bowen, C.R., Xenophontos, P., Ball, R.J. 2015. Environmental performance of nanostructured Ca(OH)2/TiO2 photocatalytic coatings for buildings. Building and Environment, 92, 734-742. 

Otlewska, A., Adamiak, J., Stryszewska, T., Kanka, S., Gutarowska, B. 2017. Factors Determining the Biodiversity of Halophilic Microorganisms on Historic Masonry Buildings. Microbes And Environments, 32, 2, 164-173. 

Pender, R. 2016. Water in Permeable Building Materials. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/permeable-building-materials/permeable-buildingmaterials.htm.

Pozo-Antonio, J., Pereira, M., Rocha, C. 2017. Microscopic characterisation of black crusts on different substrates. Science Of The Total Environment, 584, 291-306. 

Quagliarini, E., Bondioli, F., Goffredo, G.B., Licciulli, A., Munafò, P. 2012. Self-cleaning materials on Architectural Heritage: Compatibility of photo-induced hydrophilicity of TiO2 coatings on stone surfaces. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 14, 1, 1-7. 

Reza, H. 2014. Cleaning and restoring old masonry buildings : investigations of physical and chemical characteristics of masonry stones and clay bricks during cleaning. PhD, Edinburgh Napier University.

Richardson, E., Woolley, E., Corda, K., Julien-Lees, S., Pinchin, S., Roberts, Z. 2017. In situ characterisation of readhesion treatments for ceiling paintings using unilateral NMR. Insight: Non-Destructive Testing and Condition Monitoring, 59, 5, 249-255. 

Dendrochronology (see also Wood)

Lloyd, A. 2013. The Wiltshire dendrochronology project 2009-2011: Summary of results. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 62-73.

Meeson, B. 2012. Structural trends in English medieval buildings: new insights from dendrochronology. Vernacular Architecture, 43, 58-75.

Miles, D., Gibson, R., Clark, D. 2012. Tree-ring dating supported by OAHS. Oxoniensia, 77, 300-308. 

Hygrothermal analysis

Baker, P. 2015. Shrewsbury, Shropshire: Hygrothermal Modelling of Shrewsbury Flax Mill Maltings. Historic England, Swindon.

Huijbregts, Z., Van Schijndel, J. W., Schellen, H. L., Blades, N. 2014. Hygrothermal modelling of flooding events within historic buildings. Journal of Building Physics, 38, 2, 170-187.

Klõšeiko, P., Arumägi, E., Kalamees, T. 2015. Hygrothermal performance of internally insulated brick wall in cold climate: A case study in a historical school building. Journal of Building Physics, 38, 5, 444-464. 

Po’leary, T., Duffy, A., Menzies, G. 2016. Using hygrothermal analysis in the sustainable renovation of historic buildings. Central Europe Towards Sustainable Building 2016: Innovations for Sustainable Future, 237-244. 

Mortar sampling

Hanzlicek, T., Perna, I., Brus, J. 2013. 27Al Magic Angle Spinning-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (MAS-NMR) Analyses Applied to Historical Mortars. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 7, 2, 153-164.

Petrological analysis (see also Stone)

Bemand, E., Liang, H. 2013. Optical coherence tomography for vulnerability assessment of sandstone. Applied Optics, 52, 14, 3387-3393.

Benavente, D., Brimblecombe, P., Grossi, C. M. 2015. Thermodynamic calculations for the salt crystallisation damage in porous built heritage using PHREEQC. Environmental Earth Sciences, 74, 3, 2297-2313.

Benavente, D., Pla,C. 2018. Effect of pore structure and moisture content on gas diffusion and permeability in porous building stones. Materials and Structures, 51, 1, 1-14.

Borri, A., Sisti, R., Corradi, M., Giannantoni, A. 2016. Experimental analysis of masonry ring beams reinforced with composite materials. Brick and Block Masonry: Trends, Innovations and Challenges. Proceedings of the 16th International Brick and Block Masonry Conference, IBMAC 2016, 717-726. CRC Press/Balkema. 

Cabbie, A., Gentile, C., Guidobaldi, M., Saisi, A. 2015. Continuous dynamic monitoring of historic masonry towers using few accelerometers: Methodological aspects and typical results. SHMII 201 57th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure, 201. 

Cárdenes, V., Rubio-Ordóñez, Á., Wichert, J., Cnudde, J.P., Cnudde, V. 2014. Petrography of roofing slates.

EarthScience Reviews, 138, 435. 

Dewanckele, J., De Kock, T., Fronteau, G., Derluyn, H., Vontobel, P., Dierick, M., Van Hoorebeke, L., Jacobs, P., Cnudde, V. 2014. Neutron radiography and X-ray computed tomography for quantifying weathering and water uptake processes inside porous limestone used as building material. Materials Characterization, 88, 86-99.

Diaz Gonçalves, T., Brito, V. 2014. Alteration kinetics of natural stones due to sodium sulfate crystallization: can reality match experimental simulations?. Environmental Earth Sciences, 72, 6, 1789-1799. 

Graham, C. J. 2016. A petrographic investigation into the durability of common replacement sandstones to the crystallisation of de-icing salts. PhD, University of Glasgow. 

Marszalek, M. 2016. Identification of secondary salts and their sources in deteriorated stone monuments using micro-Raman spectroscopy, SEM-EDS and XRD. Journal Of Raman Spectroscopy, 47, 12, 1473-1485.

Menendez, B., David, C. 2013. The influence of environmental conditions on weathering of porous rocks by gypsum: a non-destructive study using acoustic emissions. Environmental Earth Sciences, 68, 6, 1691-1706.

Morillas, H., Maguregui, M., Garcia-Florentino, C., CarreroJ., Salcedo, I., Madariaga, Jm 2016. The cauliflowerlike black crusts on sandstones: A natural passive sampler to evaluate the surrounding environmental pollution. Environmental Research, 147, 218-232.

Munafò, P., Quagliarini, E., Goffredo, G. B., Bondioli, F., Licciulli, A. 2014. Durability of nano-engineered TiO2 self-cleaning treatments on limestone. Construction and Building Materials, 65, 218-231. 

Oses, N., Dornaika, F. 2013. Image-based delineation of built heritage masonry for automatic classification. International Conference Image Analysis and Recognition 2013: Image Analysis and Recognition. 782-789. 

Oses, N., Dornaika, F., Moujahid, A. 2014. Image-based delineation and classification of built heritage masonry. Remote Sensing, 6, 3, 1863-1889. 

Pandey, S. C., Pollard, A. M., Viles, H. A., Tellam, J. H. 2014. Influence of ion exchange processes on salt transport and distribution in historic sandstone buildings. Applied Geochemistry, 48, 176-183. 

Pandey, S., Pollard, A., Viles, H. 2017. A simulation study of capillary transport, preferential retention and distribution of salts in historic sandstone buildings. Environmental Earth Sciences, 76, 12, 1-7. 

Reza, H. 2014. Cleaning and restoring old masonry buildings : investigations of physical and chemical characteristics of masonry stones and clay bricks during cleaning. PhD, Edinburgh Napier University.

Rivas, T., Feijoo, J., de Rosario,I., Taboada, J. 2017. Use of Ferrocyanides on Granite Desalination by Immersion and Poultice-Based Methods. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 11, 4, 588-606.

Wilhelm, K., Viles, H., Burke, A 2016. The Influence of Salt on Handheld Electrical Moisture Meters: Can They Be Used to Detect Salt Problems in Porous Stone?. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 10, 6, 735748.

Spectroscopy

Hopkinson, L., Rutt, K., Kristova, P., Blows, J., Firth, C. 2015. Sourcing limestone masonry for restoration of historic buildings, a spectroscopic pilot study. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 16, 6, 822-830. 

Marszalek, M. 2016. Identification of secondary salts and their sources in deteriorated stone monuments using micro-Raman spectroscopy, SEM-EDS and XRD. Journal Of Raman Spectroscopy, 47, 12, 1473-1485.

Parkin, S. J., Adderley, W. P., Young, M. E., Kennedy, C. J. 2013. Near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy: A potential new means of assessing multi-phase earth-built heritage. Analytical Methods, 5, 18, 4574-4579. 

Steger, S., Stege, H., Bretz, S., Hahn, O. 2018. Capabilities and limitations of handheld Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy (DRIFTS) for the analysis of colourants and binders in 20th-century reverse paintings on glass. Spectrochimica Acta Part A-Molecular And Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 195, 103112.

Conservation practice

Theory and principles

Bell, H. 2012. Values in the conservation and regeneration of post-war listed public housing : a study of Spa Green, London and Park Hill, Sheffield. PhD, University of Sheffield. 

Engel, C. 2014. A conservation policy for modern university buildings. Proceedings of the 13th Docomomo International Conference Seoul: Expansion and Conflict, Seoul 201, 90-94. 

British Standards Institution 2013. Guide to the conservation of historic buildings : BS 7913:2013. British Standards Institution, London.

Cassar, J., Winter, M. G., Marker, B. R., Bromhead, E. N., Smith, J. W. N., Toll, D. G., Walton, N. R. G., Entwisle, D. C., Dijkstra, T. A. 2013. Introduction to the stone cycle and the conservation of historic buildings. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 46, 4, 363-366. 

Darlington, J. 2016. To Restore or Not to Restore. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/restoration/restoration.htm.

Fernandez, S. 2017. Engineer’s approach to conservation. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 170, 2, 53-66. 

Forsyth, M. 2013. Understanding Historic Building Conservation. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Gharib, R. Y. 2017. Preservation of built heritage: an Islamic perspective (1). Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 7, 4, 366-380. 

Insall, D. 2018. Living Buildings: Architectural Conservation, Philosophy, Principles and Practice. The Images Publishing Group, Mulgrave.

Kamel-Ahmed, E. 2015. What to conserve? : Heritage, memory, and management of meanings. Archnet-IJAR, 9, 1, 67-76.  

Kayan, B. A. 2013. Green maintenance for historic masonry buildings : a life cycle assessment approach. PhD, Heriot-Watt University.  

Kayan, B. A., Forster, A. M., Banfill, P. F. G. 2016. Green Maintenance for historic masonry buildings: an option appraisal approach. Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, 5, 2, 143-164.

Kennedy, C. J. 2015. The Role of Heritage Science in Conservation Philosophy and Practice. Historic Environment: Policy and Practice, 6, 3, 214-228.  

Morris, B. 2014. In defence of oblivion: The case of Dunwich, Suffolk. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20, 2, 196-216.

Pendlebury, J., Hamza, N., Sharr, A. 2014. Conservation values, conservation-planning and climate change. DISP, 50, 3, 43-54.

Purcell, E., Marie, C. 2017. Modern movement conservation : international principles and national policies in Great Britain and the United States of America. PhD, University of Edinburgh. 

Walter, N. 2014. From values to narrative: A new foundation for the conservation of historic buildings. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20, 6, 634-650.

History of conservation (new category)

Bill, E. G. W. 2013. Sir Gilbert Scott’s Restoration of Christ Church Cathedral. Oxoniensia, 78. 

Binney, M. 2015. Save Britain’s Heritage : 1975-2015 : the next forty years. Next 40 years, Save Britain’s Heritage, London. 

Chapple, N. 2014. A History of the National Heritage Collection: Volume Eight: 1970-1983. Historic England, Swindon.

Chapple, N. 2014. A History of the National Heritage Collection: Volume Seven: 1953-1970. Historic England, Swindon.

Chapple, N. 2014. A History of the National Heritage Collection: Volume Six: 1945-1953. Historic England, Swindon.

Chrimes, M. 2016. Engineers and conservation: Two centuries and no progress?. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 169, 4, 165-180. 

Conlin, J. 2012. Development or Destruction? E.A. Freeman and the Debate on Church Restoration, 1839-51. Oxoniensia 77, 137.

Davison, M. W. 2012. The first 50 years : a history of the Kingston upon Thames Society. Kingston upon Thames Society.

Foster, J. 2013. The Redbourne Garden Village Trust. Lincolnshire Past & Present, 94, Winter, 11-15. 

Fry, S. 2014. A History of the National Heritage Collection, Volume Five: 1931-1945: Heritage Under Fire: Hadrian’s Wall, Avebury and the Second World War. Historic England, Swindon.

Fry, S. 2014. A History of the National Heritage Collection, Volume Four: 1913-1931 The Ancient Monuments Branch under Peers and Baine. Historic England, Swindon.

Fry, S. 2014. A History of the National Heritage Collection, Volume One: 1882-1900 Lt. General Augustus PittRivers and the First Ancient Monuments Act. Historic England, Swindon.

Fry, S. 2014. A History of the National Heritage Collection, Volume Two: 1900-1913 The Offices of War, Woods and Works. Historic England, Swindon.

Fry, S. 2014. A History of the National Heritage Collection, Volume Three: Stonehenge. Historic England, Swindon.

Glendinning, M. 2013. The Conservation Movement: A History of Architectural Preservation: Antiquity to Modernity. Routledge, London.

Harney, M. 2017. Conserving Britain’s Ruins, 1700 to the Present Day. Townshend, D., Carter, M., Lindfield, P. (eds). Writing Britain’s Ruins, 1700–1850. British Library Publishing, London.

Insley, J. 2016. Surveying the Fabrick Survey work at St Paul’s Cathedral in the 1920s. International Journal for the History of Engineering and Technology, 86, 1, 93-110. 

Jefferson, D. 2016. Sourcing Stone for Historic Building Repair. Historic England, Swindon.

Jeffery, R. 2014. Rescuing the Built Heritage of Dissenters, Recusants and Nonconformists : the Historic Chapels Trust. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 58, 155-169. 

Mackley, A. 2017. The restoration of Blythburgh Church, 1881-1906 : the dispute between the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Blythburgh Church Restoration Committee. The Boydell Press, Martlesham.

Malathouni, C. 2018. Preston Bus Station: Architectural History, Politics and Democracy in a Post-World War II Designation Saga. Fabrications, 28, 2, 160-184.

Manley, S. 2015. Saving St James’s Priory, Bristol. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 59, 109134. 

Manners, J. 2014. Saving Oldham’s War Memorial. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/oldham-war-memorial/oldham-war-memorial.htm.

Mansfield, J. R. 2013. Heritage protection in England: the New Labour legacy. Structural Survey, 31, 1, 6-20. 

McIntyre, L. 2015. A review of the Church of England’s management of medieval bishops’ palaces. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 21, 2, 85-97. 

Purcell, E., Marie, C. 2017. Modern movement conservation : international principles and national policies in Great Britain and the United States of America. PhD, University of Edinburgh. 

Roberts, D. 2017. ‘We felt magnificent being up there’ : Erno Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower and the campaign to keep it public. In Guillery, P., Kroll, D. Mobilising housing histories : learning from London’s past. RIBA Publishing, London. 

Rodwell, D. 2012. The UNESCO World Heritage Convention, 1972-2012: Reflections and Directions. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 3, 1, 64-85. 

Saint, A. 2017. The 1895 Restoration of All Saints’, Margaret Street. In Howell, P., Saint, A. Butterfield Revisited. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Simpson, J. 2015. Charles McKean : An Appreciation. Architectural Heritage, 26, 1, 1-4.

Thom, C. 2015. “Save St Paul’s!” Historic monuments as symbols of endurance in the London Blitz.’ In Calvano

T., Forti M. Musei e Monumenti in Guerra 1939-1945 Londra Parigi Roma Berlino, 167-182. Musei Vaticani, Vatican City.

Thurley, S 2013. Men from the ministry : how Britain saved its heritage. Yale University Press, US.

Townsend, C. Gaspar, P. 2014. 100 Church Treasures and The Altar of Sacrifice, Tostock Parish Church. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/tostock-memorial/tostock-memorial.htm.

Wade Martins, S. 2015. The conservation movement in Norfolk : a history. Boydell & Brewer, Martlesham.

West, J. 2016. The historic buildings and monuments commission for England 1984-2015: A personal essay. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 60, 10-17.

Winstanley, M. J., David, R., Whyte, I. D. 2016. Revealing Cumbria’s past : 150 years of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society.

Education/Professional development

Banfill, P., Bridgwood, B., Maxwell, I. 2012. www.understandingconservation.org: Support for developing a practitioner portfolio in built environment conservation. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 2, 1, 62-79.

Lobovikov-Katz, A., Benito, G.B., Sánchez, V.M., Martins, J., Sojref, D. 2016. Training schools for conservation of cultural heritage: Between expertise, management and education. 10058, 880-890. 

Repair and alteration

Aiers, P. 2016. Documenting Church Conservation and Repairs. The Building Conservation Directory. Online <https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/documenting-church-conservation/documenting-churchconservation.htm>.

Atkinson, J. K. 2014. Environmental conditions for the safeguarding of collections: A background to the current debate on the control of relative humidity and temperature. Studies in Conservation, 59, 4, 205-212.

Bianco,L., Serra,V, Fantucci, S., Dutto, M., Massolino, M. 2015. Thermal insulating plaster as a solution for refurbishing historic building envelopes: First experimental results. Energy & Buildings, 95, 86-91.

Brown, A. 2014. Alarms for Church Roofs. Historic Churches. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/church-roof-alarms/church-roof-alarms.htm>

Brueckner, R., Lambert, P. 2014. Conservation of defence heritage structures using corrosion protection techniques. WIT Transactions on the Built Environment, 143, 271-282. 

Cady, M. A. 2014. The conservation of country house ruins. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Dove, S. 2016. Exterior Lighting Design. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/exterior-lighting-design/exterior-lighting-design.htm.

English Heritage 2014. Practical building conservation : building environment. Ashgate, Farnham.

English Heritage 2013. Practical building conservation : roofing. Ashgate, Farnham.

Everett, C. P. 2013. Sheffield arts tower: Rejuvenation of a II* listed structure. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings, 166, 1, 38-48. 

Erkal, A., D’Ayala, D. 2015. Laboratory testing of non-standard original historic building materials and related implications for conservation. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 48, 1, 15-28. 

Farmer, G., Pendlebury, J. 2013. Conserving Dirty Concrete: The Decline and Rise of Pasmore’s Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee. Journal of Urban Design, 18, 2, 263-280.

Foster, J. V. 2014. Rebuilding Woolwich Arsenal clock tower, London, UK. Proceedings of the ICE Engineering History and Heritage, 167, 1, 22-33.

Franklin, G. 2016. Post-War Public Art: Protection, Care and Conservation. Historic England, Swindon.

Garmston, H. M. 2017. Decision-making in the selection of retrofit facades for non-domestic buildings. PhD, University of Plymouth. 

Henry, A., Glockling, J. 2017. Thatch Fires and the role of wood-burning stoves. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/thatch-fire-stoves/thatch-fire-stoves.htm.

Holden, P. 2014. Fire Control Measures at Lanhydrock. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/lanhydrock-fire-control/lanhydrock-fire-control.htm.

Kerr, C. 2017. Restoring All Saints’, Margaret Street : Discoveries and Reflections. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Kincaid, S. 2018. The Upgrading of Fire Safety in Historic Buildings. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 9, 1, 3-20. 

Laycock, E. A.,Wood, C. 2014. Understanding and controlling the ingress of driven rain through exposed, solid wall masonry structures. Geological Society Special Publication, 391, 1, 175-191.

Lehmann, F., Schreiner, M., Reinhardt, H.W. 2018. Instrumented monitoring in the context of historic structures. Bautechnik, 95, 1, 1-0. 

Lewis, J. 2015. Preserving and maintaining the concept of Letchworth Garden City. Planning Perspectives, 30, 1, 153-163. 

Lithgow, K., Boden, N., Hill, M., Lithgow, R., Measures, K. 2012. A ‘once in a lifetime’ experience: ‘Conservation in action’ for Thornhill’s wall paintings at Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire, UK. Studies in Conservation, 57, 1, 181190.

Lott, G. 2013. Sourcing stone for the conservation and repair of historical buildings in Britain. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 46, 4, 405-420. 

McCaig, I. 2013. Practical building conservation : conservation basics. Conservation basics, Ashgate, Farnham.

McIntyre, L. 2015. A review of the Church of England’s management of medieval bishops’ palaces. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 21, 2, 85-97. 

Meng, B., Mueller, U., Garcia, O., Malaga, K. 2014. Performance of a New Anti-Graffiti Agent Used for Immovable Cultural Heritage Objects. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 6, 820-834.

Miller, J. 2014. The restoration of Tynemouth railway station canopy. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 167, 3, 136-146.

Miller, J. 2017. Conserving War Memorials: Structural Problems and Repairs. Historic England, Swindon.

Moreton, F. Reynolds, C. 2016. The Conservation of War Memorial Inscriptions. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/war-memorial-inscriptions/war-memorial-inscriptions.htm.

Morgan, T. 2012. Richard’s Castle : Conservation and standing remains 2011-2012. Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club, 60, 121-128.

Moropoulou, A., Labropoulos, K. C., Delegou, E. T., Karoglou, M., Bakolas, A. 2013. Non-destructive techniques as a tool for the protection of built cultural heritage. Construction and Building Materials, 48, November, 12221239. 

Moyle, W. 2015. Special Effects. Fire Risk Management, Fire Protection Association. 

National Trust. 2015. Specifications for building conservation. Routledge, London.

Odgers, D. 2013. Steam Cleaning. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/steam-cleaning/steam-cleaning.htm.

Pickles, D. 2015. Flooding and Historic Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2015. The Conservation, Repair and Management of War Memorials. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2017. Repointing Brick and Stone Walls: Guidelines for Best Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2017. The Maintenance and Repair of Traditional Farm Buildings: A Guide to Good Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2018. Vacant Historic Buildings: Guidelines on Managing Risks. Historic England, Swindon.

Revez, M.J., Rodrigues, J.D. 2016. Incompatibility risk assessment procedure for the cleaning of built heritage. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 18, 219-228. 

Ridout, B. 2017. Ventilation and conservation. Historic England, Swindon.

Russell, R. 2013. Structural Timber Repairs. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/structural-timber-repairs/structural-timber-repairs.htm.

Seliger, L. 2013. Cleaning Historic Stained Glass Windows. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/cleaning-stained-glass/cleaning-stained-glass.htm.

Stazi, F., Gregorini, B., Gianangeli, A., Bernardini, G, Quagliarini, E. 2017. Design of a smart system for indoor climate control in historic underground built environment. Energy Procedia, 134, 518-527.

Stepinac, M., Rajcic, V., Barbalic, J. 2017. Inspection and condition assessment of existing timber structures. Gradevinar, 69, 9, 861-873. 

Tappin, S. 2016. Repair works at Dudley Zoo. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 169, 1, 11-21.

Taylor, J. 2013. Rainwater. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/rainwater/rainwater.htm.

Theodossopoulos, D. 2012. Structural Design in Building Conservation. Routledge, London.

Theodossopoulos, D., Sanderson, J., Scott, M. 2015. Strengthening masonry cross vaults damaged by geometric instability. Key Engineering Materials, 624, 635-643. 

Curteis, T., Crofts, S. 2016. Environmental Performance: Assessing the Impact of Heritage Projects on Building Environment. The Building Conservation Directory. Online

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/environmental-performance/environmentalperformance.htm.

Ibáñez, A.J.P., Bernal, J.M.M., de Diego, M.J.C., Sánchez, F.J.A. 2016. Expert system for predicting buildings service life under ISO 31000 standard. Application in architectural heritage. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 18, 209-218. 

Jones, G., Lambert, P. 2016. Predicting service life from site-accessed corrosion rate data. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Forensic Engineering, 169, 2, 53-60.  

Tulasiewicz, E. 2017. The Yorkshire Maintenance Project. Historic Churches. Online

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/yorkshire-maintenance-project/yorkshire-maintenanceproject.htm.

Vanoli, D. 2012. The Arab Hall, Leighton House Museum: Restoration and conservation works 2008-10. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 18, 1, 27-46. 

Vidovszky, I. 2016. Impact-based Diagnostic Approach for Maintenance Monitoring of Historic Buildings. Procedia Engineering, 164, 575-582.

Walker, R. A., Wilson, K., Lee, A. F., Woodford, J., Grassian, V. H., Baltrusaitis, J., Rubasinghege, G., Cibin, G., Dent, A. 2012. Preservation of York Minster historic limestone by hydrophobic surface coatings. Scientific Reports, 2, 880.

Walker, R., Pavâ, S. 2015. Thermal performance of a selection of insulation materials suitable for historic buildings. Building and Environment, 94, 1, 155-165.

Wallis, G. 2017. Restoring the Elsecar Newcomen Engine—High Ideals, Deep Mysteries. International Journal for the History of Engineering & Technology, 87, 2, 154-164.

White, J. 2016. Conservation and Management of War Memorial Landscapes. Historic England, Swindon.

Willett, C. 2017. Conserving War Memorials: Cleaning. Historic England, Swindon.

Williamson, A. 2014. Historic Timber Staircases: Management, Conservation and Repair. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/timber-staircases/timberstaircases.htm.

Winsor, P., Pinniger, D., Bacon, L., Child, B., Harris, K. 2012. Integrated Pest Management for Collections: Proceedings of 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. Historic England, Swindon.

Woolfitt, C. 2015. Decorative Masonry Repairs. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/decorative-masonry-repairs/decorative-masonry-repairs.htm.

Zeale, M. R. K., Bennitt, E., Newson, S. E., Packman, C., Browne, W. J., Harris, S., Jones, G., Stone, E. 2016. Mitigating the impact of Bats in historic churches: The response of Natterer’s Bats Myotis nattereri to artificial roosts and deterrence. PLoS ONE, 11, 1. 10.1371/journal.pone.0146782

Risk/Threat

Aktas, Y. D., D’Ayala, D., Blades, N., Calnan, C. 2017. An assessment of moisture induced damage in Blickling Hall in Norfolk, England, via environmental monitoring. Heritage Science, 5, 1, 5. 

De Berardinis, P., Bartolomucci, C., Capannolo, L., De Vita, M., Laurini, E., Marchionni, C. 2018. Instruments for assessing historical built environments in emergency contexts: Non-destructive techniques for sustainable recovery. Buildings, 8, 2. 

Romão, X., Paupério, E., Pereira, N. 2016. A framework for the simplified risk analysis of cultural heritage assets. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 20, 696-708.

Stephenson, V. J. 2016. Vulnerability of historic buildings to environmental actions : an empirical methodology. PhD, University College London (University of London). 

Climate Change (see Climate change impacts)

Development

Birch, J., Squires, G. 2014. Building heritage in Enterprise Zones: the latest threat or opportunity?. Structural Survey, 32, 3, 209-218.

Buss, B. 2012. ‘Let the Punishment Fit the Crime’ — The Case of No. 6 Trafalgar Road, London. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 3, 2, 116-126. 

Gaillard, B., Rodwell, D. 2015. A Failure of Process? Comprehending the Issues Fostering Heritage Conflict in Dresden Elbe Valley and Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City World Heritage Sites. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 6, 1, 16-40.

Harrison, M. 2017. Heritage Crime: Guidance for Sentencers. Historic England, Swindon.

Fire

Brown, J. W. 2015. St. Leonard’s Streatham: a guide to an ancient parish church that rose from the ashes after a fire in 1975. Local History Publications.

Henry, A., Glockling, J. 2017. Thatch Fires and the role of wood-burning stoves. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/thatch-fire-stoves/thatch-fire-stoves.htm.

Laranjeira, J.P.D.S., Cruz, H., Pinto, A.P.F., Pina dos Santos, C., Pereira, J.F. 2015. Reaction to Fire of Existing Timber Elements Protected With Fire Retardant Treatments: Experimental Assessment. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 9, 7, 866-882. 

Flooding

Howard, A. J., Hancox, E., Hanson, J., Jackson,R. 2017. Protecting the Historic Environment from Inland

Flooding in the UK: Some Thoughts on Current Approaches to Asset Management in the Light of Planning Policy, Changing Catchment Hydrology and Climate Change. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 8, 2, 125-142. 

D’Ayala, D., Aktas, Y. D. 2016. Moisture dynamics in the masonry fabric of historic buildings subjected to winddriven rain and flooding. Building and Environment, 104, 208-220. Elsevier Ltd. 

Pickles, D. 2015. Flooding and Historic Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Ridout, B., McCaig, I. 2017. A Preliminary Study of Flood Remediation in Hebden Bridge and Appleby. Historic England, Swindon.

Stephenson, V., D’Ayala, D. 2014. A new approach to flood vulnerability assessment for historic buildings in England. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 14, 5, 1035-1048.

Natural erosion

Bromhead, E. N., Ibsen, M., Tapete, D. 2013. 19th and 20th century coastal military installations affected by coastal erosion in the UK. In Bilotta, E., Flora, A., Lirer, S., Viggiani, C. (eds). Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Monuments and Historic Sites. 191-198. CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, Oxford.

Dewanckele, J., De Kock, T., Fronteau, G., Derluyn, H., Vontobel, P., Dierick, M., Van Hoorebeke, L., Jacobs, P., Cnudde, V. 2014. Neutron radiography and X-ray computed tomography for quantifying weathering and water uptake processes inside porous limestone used as building material. Materials Characterization, 88, 86-99.

Gomez-Heras, M., McCabe, S. 2015. Weathering of stone-built heritage: A lens through which to read the Anthropocene. Anthropocene, 11, 1-13.

Menendez, B., David, C. 2013. The influence of environmental conditions on weathering of porous rocks by gypsum: a non-destructive study using acoustic emissions. Environmental Earth Sciences, 68, 6, 1691-1706.

Morris, B. 2014. In defence of oblivion: The case of Dunwich, Suffolk. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20, 2, 196-216.

Tapete, D., Bromhead, E., Ibsen, M., Casagli, N. 2013. Coastal erosion and landsliding impact on historic sites in SE Britain. Landslide Science and Practice: Risk Assessment, Management and Mitigation, 6, 451-458. 

Wilhelm, K., Viles, H., Burke, O., Mayaud, J. 2016. Surface hardness as a proxy for weathering behaviour of limestone heritage: a case study on dated headstones on the Isle of Portland, UK. Environmental Earth Sciences, 75, 931, 1-16.

Plant growth

Hanssen, S. V., Viles, H. A. 2014. Can plants keep ruins dry? A quantitative assessment of the effect of soft capping on rainwater flows over ruined walls. Ecological Engineering, 71, 173-179.

Rain entry

D’Ayala, D., Aktas, Y. D. 2016. Moisture dynamics in the masonry fabric of historic buildings subjected to winddriven rain and flooding. Building and Environment, 104, 208-220. Elsevier Ltd. 

Dewanckele, J., De Kock, T., Fronteau, G., Derluyn, H., Vontobel, P., Dierick, M., Van Hoorebeke, L., Jacobs, P.,

Cnudde, V. 2014. Neutron radiography and X-ray computed tomography for quantifying weathering and water uptake processes inside porous limestone used as building material. Materials Characterization, 88, 86-99.

Erkal, A., D’Ayala, D., Sequeira, L. 2012. Assessment of wind-driven rain impact, related surface erosion and surface strength reduction of historic building materials. Building and Environment, 57, 336-348. 

Hanssen, S. V., Viles, H. A. 2014. Can plants keep ruins dry? A quantitative assessment of the effect of soft capping on rainwater flows over ruined walls. Ecological Engineering, 71, 173-179.  

Laycock, E. A.,Wood, C. 2014. Understanding and controlling the ingress of driven rain through exposed, solid wall masonry structures. Geological Society Special Publication, 391, 1, 175-191.

Vandalism

Brown, A. 2014. Alarms for Church Roofs. Historic Churches. Online

<https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/church-roof-alarms/church-roof-alarms.htm>.

Dishon, D. 2017. Metal Theft from Historic Buildings: Prevention, Response and Recovery. Historic England, Swindon.

Meng, B., Mueller, U., Garcia, O., Malaga, K. 2014. Performance of a New Anti-Graffiti Agent Used for Immovable Cultural Heritage Objects. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 6, 820-834.

Heritage management (new topic)

Bakiewicz, J. 2015. Heritage interpretation challenges and management issues at film-induced tourism heritage attractions : case studies of Rosslyn Chapel and Alnwick Castle. PhD, Edinburgh Napier University. 

Bond, S., Worthing, D. 2016. Managing built heritage: The role of cultural values and significance: Second edition. Second Edition. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Byfield, M., Mudalige, W., Morison, C., Stoddart, E. 2014. A review of Progressive Collapse research and regulations. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings, 167, 8, 447-456. 

Fair, A. 2017. The Conservation of Post-1945 Architecture in Great Britain. In Eckardt, F., Meier, H-R. & Scheuermann, I. (eds.). Welche Denkmale welcher Moderne? : Zum Umgang mit Bauten der 1960er und 70er Jahre, 206-216. Jovis, Berlin.

Fair, A. 2017. Post-War Theatre Architecture: Informed Conservation and Development. Edinburgh College of Art.

Lee, E. 2012. Everything We Know Informs Everything We Do: A Vision for Historic Environment Sector Knowledge and Information Management. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 3, 1, 28-41. 

Lee, E. 2015. Management of Research Projects in the Historic Environment: MoRPHE Project Manger’s Guide. Historic England, Swindon.

Lloy-James, O. 2013. Making the most of your heritage assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Nwachukwu, C. V., Udeaja, C., Chileshe, N., Okere, C. E. 2017. The critical success factors for stakeholder management in the restoration of built heritage assets in the UK. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, 35, 4, 304-331. 

Pickard, R. 2016. Setting the scene: the protection and management of cultural World Heritage properties in a national context. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 2-3, 133-150.

Reynolds, L. H. 2016. Heritage on film: The impact on historic sites of drama filming for television and cinema. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 22, 1, 48-63. 

Smith, R. 2013. Monks, myths and multi-vocality : presenting the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey. PhD, University of Reading. 

Strlič, M., Thickett, D., Taylor, J., Cassar, M. 2013. Damage functions in heritage science. Studies in Conservation, 58, 2, 80-87.

Theodossopoulos, D. 2016. The need for conservation management in European 19th century urban housing. Proceedings for the Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions, SAHC. 

University of Oxford ongoing. Populism, permutation and persuasion: Country house politics after 1950. Faculty of History, University of Oxford.

Vigneron, S. 2016. From local to World Heritage: a comparative analysis. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 2-3, 115-132. 

Young, C. 2016. Understanding management in a World Heritage context: key current issues in Europe. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 2-3, 189-201.

Settlement/location

Landscape type/topography

Rural

Blundell Jones, P. 2012. History on the margin: Unravelling the changing fortunes of a Devon house and its relation to the locality. Journal of Architecture, 17, 2, 191-212. 

Creighton, O., Cunningham, P., French, H. 2013. Peopling polite landscapes : community and heritage at Poltimore, Devon. Landscape History, 34, 2, 61 – 86.

Jamieson, E. 2015. The Historic Landscape of the Mendip Hills. Historic England, Swindon.

Jessop, L., Whitfield, M., Davison, A. 2013. Alston Moor, Cumbria: Buildings in a North Pennines landscape. English Heritage, Swindon.

Jones, J. F. 2013. Dances of life and death : interpretations of early modern religious identity from rural parish chuches and their landscapes along the Hampshire/Sussex border 1500-1800. PhD, University of Southampton.

McKeller, E. 2013. Landscapes of London: the City, the Country and the Suburbs, 1660-1840. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Morrison, K. 2012. Carscapes: The Motor Car, Architecture and Landscape in England. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Paterson, M. 2015. ‘Set in stone?’ : building a new geography of the dry-stone wall. PhD, University of Glasgow. 

Phibbs, J. 2017. Place-making: The Art of Capability Brown. Historic England, Swindon.

Roberts, B. K. 2014. Region and Place: A study of English rural settlement. Historic England, Swindon.

Warwick, T., Parker, J. 2016. River Tees : From Source to Sea. Amberley Publishing, Chalford.

Zhuang, Y. 2013. Et in Arcadia Ego : landscape theory and the funereal imagination in eighteenth-century Britain. PhD, University of Edinburgh.

Urban

Abdelmonem, M. G. 2017. Architectural and urban heritage in the digital age: Dilemmas of authenticity, originality and reproduction. Archnet-IJAR, 11, 3, 5-15.

Bandarin, F., Oers, R. 2015. Reconnecting the city : the historic urban landscape approach and the future of urban heritage. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Blackwell, T.Kohl, S. 2018. Urban heritages: How history and housing finance matter to housing form and homeownership rates. Urban Studies. 55, 16, 3669-3688. 

Darroch, M., Marchessault, J. 2014. Cartographies of Place : Navigating the Urban. McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montréal & Kingston.

Jorgensen, A., Keenan, R. 2012. Urban Wildscapes. Routledge, London.

Lewis, J. 2015. Preserving and maintaining the concept of Letchworth Garden City. Planning Perspectives, 30, 1, 153-163.

Moore, B. P. 2014. Invisible architecture : ideologies of space in the nineteenth-century city. PhD, University of Manchester.

Palaiologou, G. 2015. Between buildings and streets : a study of the micromorphology of the London terrace and the Manhattan row house 1880-2013. PhD, University College London (University of London).

Portella, A., Reeve, A. 2016. City centre in the era of consumer culture. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Urban Design and Planning, 169, 6, 291-300.

Ripp, M., Rodwell, D. 2015. The Geography of Urban Heritage. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 6, 3, 240-276. 

Ripp, M., Rodwell, D. 2016. The governance of urban heritage. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 1, 81-108.

Coastal and intertidal

Barker, N. 2015. Margate’s Seaside Heritage. Historic England, Swindon.

Brodie, A. 2015. Weymouth’s Seaside Heritage. E-book, Historic England, Swindon.

Brodie, A. 2014. Blackpool’s Seaside Heritage. E-book. Historic England, Swindon.

Murphy, P. 2014. England’s Coastal Heritage: A review of progress since 1997. Historic England, Swindon.

Williams, P., Walton, J. K. 2013. The English Seaside. Historic England, Swindon.

Suburban

Dhanani, A. 2016. Suburban built form and street network development in London, 1880–2013 : An application of quantitative historical methods. Historical Methods : A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, 49, 4, 230-243.

Elmitt, R. 2013-2014. Hampton Wick, brick by brick : the building and buildings of Hampton Wick, 1750-2012.

http://www.hamptonwickhistory.org.uk/HamptonWickHistory/Brick_by_Brick.html.

McKeller, E. 2013. Landscapes of London: the City, the Country and the Suburbs, 1660-1840. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Menuge, Adam. 2015. Ordinary Landscapes, Special Places: Anfield, Breckfield and the growth of Liverpool’s suburbs. Historic England, Swindon.

Taylor, S. 2015. Manningham: Character and diversity in a Bradford suburb. Historic England, Swindon.

Settlement type

City

Dhanani, A. 2016. Suburban built form and street network development in London, 1880–2013 : An application of quantitative historical methods. Historical Methods : A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, 49, 4, 230-243. 

Lewis, J. 2015. Preserving and maintaining the concept of Letchworth Garden City. Planning Perspectives, 30, 1, 153-163. 

McKeller, E. 2013. Landscapes of London: the City, the Country and the Suburbs, 1660-1840. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Miller, M. 2015. English Garden Cities: An introduction. Historic England, Swindon. 

Minkenberg, M. 2014. Power and Architecture: The Construction of Capitals and the Politics of Space. Berghahn Books, Oxford.

Neave, S., Neave, D. 2017. Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City. Historic England, Swindon.

Ottaway, P. 2017. Winchester : St. Swithun’s ‘city of happiness and good fortune’: an archaeological assessment. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Tierney, E. A. 2012. Strategies for celebration : realising the ideal celebratory city in London and Paris, 16601715. PhD, University of Sussex, Sussex.

Verenini, A. 2014. Past and present visions of an island-city : Portsmouth’s urban improvement plans 1750s2010s. PhD, University of Portsmouth.

Town

Ayre, J, Wroe-Brown, R. 2015. The Eleventh- and Twelfth-century Waterfront and Settlement at Queenhithe: Excavations at Bull Wharf, City of London. Archaeological Journal, 172, 2, 195-272.

Barker, N. 2015. Margate’s Seaside Heritage. Historic England, Swindon.

Barson, S. 2016. Kingston Town Centre, RB Kingston Upon Thames: An Historic Area Study. Historic England, Swindon.

Brodie, A. 2015. Weymouth’s Seaside Heritage. E-book, Historic England, Swindon.

Brodie, A. 2014. Blackpool’s Seaside Heritage. E-book. Historic England, Swindon.

Carmichael, K. 2013. The Hat Industry of Luton and its Buildings. Historic England.

Cattell, J. 2015. The Birmingham Jewellery Quarter: An introduction and guide. Historic England, Swindon.

Cohen, S. 2018. Liverpool’s Musical Landscapes. Historic England, Swindon.

Dunster, S. 2013. The Medway Towns: river, docks and urban life. Victoria County History. Phillimore & Co Ltd, Andover.

Edensor, T. 2013. Vital urban materiality and its multiple absences: The building stone of central Manchester. Cultural Geographies, 20, 4, 447-465. 

Farmer, G., Pendlebury, J. 2013. Conserving Dirty Concrete: The Decline and Rise of Pasmore’s Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee. Journal of Urban Design, 18, 2, 263-280.

Gharib, R. Y. 2014. Sustainable assessment tool of historic centers: The cases of Bath and Cambridge. ArchnetIJAR, 8, 1, 108-119. 

Giles, C. 2015. Building a Better Society: Liverpool’s Historic Institutional Buildings. Historic England.

Giles, C. 2015. Storehouses of Empire: Liverpool’s historic warehouses. Historic England.

Giles, C. 2015. Stourport-on-Severn: Pioneer Town of the Canal Age. Historic England.

Historic England. 2017. Listing Selection Guide: Street Furniture. Historic England, Swindon.

Menuge, A. 2015. 2 Love Lane/64 West Street, 57 West Street/64-66 Bridge Street, and associated buildings on West Street, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland: History, investigation, analysis and assessment of significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Menuge, Adam. 2015. Berwick-upon-Tweed: Three places, two nations, one town. Historic England, Swindon.

Minnis, J., Carmichael, K., Fletcher, C. 2015. Boston, Lincolnshire: historic North Sea port and market town. Historic England, Swindon.

Mowl, T. 2015. Bristol Explored: Twelve Architectural Walks. Stephen Morris. 

Navickas, K. 2017. From Chartist Newspaper to digital map of grass-roots meetings, 1841-1844: documenting workflows. Journal of Victorian Culture, 22, 2, 232-247. 

Neave, S., Neave, D. 2017. Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City. Historic England, Swindon.

Nortcliffe, D. 2015. Walking through History : the Burdock Way Corridor, 1973-2014. Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society, 962.

Rose, M. 2015. Ancoats: Cradle of industrialisation. Historic England, Swindon.

Scrase, T 2013. Wells Corporation properties and the altars of St Cuthbert’s. Notes & Queries for Somerset and Dorset, 37, 377, 200-207.

Sharples, J. 2015. Built on Commerce: Liverpool’s Central Business District. Historic England, Swindon.

Smith, J. 2015. Behind the Veneer: South Shoreditch – The Furniture Trade and its Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Song, S. 2013. The effectiveness of regeneration policy in historic urban quarters in England (1997-2010). PhD, University of Nottingham.

Sou, L. 2016. Church of St Edward and the Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire: Geospatial Survey of Standing Medieval Cross. Historic England, Swindon.

Stones, S. 2016. The value of heritage: urban exploration and the historic environment. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 4, 301-320.

Sykes, O., Brown, J., Cocks, M.Shaw, D., Couch, C. 2013. A City Profile of Liverpool. Cities, 35, 299-318.

Sykes, O., Ludwig, C. 2015. Defining and Managing the Historic Urban Landscape: Reflections on the English Experience and Some Stories from Liverpool. European Spatial Research and Policy, 22, 2, 9-35. 

Taylor, J. 2015. Georgian and Victorian Street Lighting. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/street-lighting/street-lighting.htm.

Taylor, S. 2015. Gateshead: Architecture in a changing English urban landscape. Historic England, Swindon.

Taylor, S. 2015. Manchester: The Warehouse Legacy: An Introduction and Guide. Historic England, Swindon.

Taylor, S. 2015. Manchester’s Northern Quarter: The greatest meer village. Historic England, Swindon.

Towler, D.R. 2012. Unlocking Stebbing’ s past, 1200-1600. Essex Journal, 47, 43-44.

Warwick, T., Parker, J. 2016. River Tees : From Source to Sea. Amberley Publishing, Chalford.

Housing estate

Bell, H. 2012. Values in the conservation and regeneration of post-war listed public housing : a study of Spa Green, London and Park Hill, Sheffield. PhD, University of Sheffield. 

Smith, J. 2012. Freeholders’ Home Estate, Eastbourne, Darlington, Durham: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Village

Towler, D.R. 2012. Unlocking Stebbing’ s past, 1200-1600. Essex Journal, 47, 43-44.

Treglown, T. 2013. Porthleven in years gone by. The parish church. Privately printed.

Treglown, T. 2014. Porthleven in years gone by. The institute. Privately printed.

Complexes

Chance, H. 2017. The factory in a garden : a history of corporate landscapes from the industrial to the digital age. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

Davidson, A. 2014. War memorial landscape heritage in England. Garden History, 42, 58-72. 

Gonzaâ, A., Pablo, A 2013. Cultural parks and national heritage areas : assembling cultural heritage, development and spatial planning. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

Historic England. 2015. The Setting of Heritage Assets: Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning:

3. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2017. The Setting of Heritage Assets: Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning Note 3 (Second Edition). Historic England, Swindon.

Morrice, R. 2018. Listed Buildings and Curtilage: Historic England Advice Note 10. Historic England, Swindon.

Morrison, K. 2016. Shopping Parades: Introductions to Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Perring, S. M. 2013. Reformation of the English cathedral landscape: Negotiating change in York Minster Close c. 1500-1642. World Archaeology, 45, 1, 186-205. 

Sou, L. 2016. Church of St Edward and the Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire: Geospatial Survey of Standing Medieval Cross. Historic England, Swindon.

White, J. 2016. Conservation and Management of War Memorial Landscapes. Historic England, Swindon.

Whitbourn, P. 2014. The Pantiles, Royal Tunbridge Wells : a brief history and guide. Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society, Tunbridge Wells.

Survey

Heritage assessments

Bruno, S., Fatiguso, F. 2018. Building conditions assessment of built heritage in historic building information modeling. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, 13, 1, 36-48. 

Devriendt, M., Palmer, E., Hill, R., Lazarus, D. 2013. Historic and non-historic building impact assessment methodology for major tunneling infrastructure projects. Bilotta, E., Flora, A., Lirer, S., Viggiani, C. (eds) .

Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Monuments and Historic Sites, 335-341. CRC Press, London. 

Franklin, G. 2017. Understanding Place: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Gillard, B. 2015. The effectiveness of the Church of England guidance for assessing significance. PhD, University of Plymouth. 

Mrak, I. 2014. Evaluation methods in the protection of built heritage. Gradevinar, 66, 2, 127-138.

Partington, Adam 2015. The Greater Lincolnshire Farmstead Assessment Framework: Guidelines for Best Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Serafini, A. 2016. A database model for the analysis and assessment of historic timber roof structures. International Wood Products Journal, 8, 1, 3-8.

Non-intrusive methods (see also Digital methods)

Adamopoulos, E., Tsilimantou, E., Keramidas, V., Apostolopoulou, M., Karoglou, M., Tapinaki, S., Ioannidis, C., Georgopoulos, A., Moropoulou, A. 2017. Multi-sensor documentation of metric and qualitative information of historic stone structures. ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences, 4, 1-8.

Aicardi, I., Chiabrando, F., Grasso, N., Lingua, A.M., Noardo, F. and Spanò, A. 2016. UAV photogrammetry with oblique images: First analysis on data acquisition and processing. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences, 41, 835-842. 

An, D. W. 2016. Characteristics and Utility of 3D Scandata for the Development of Survey Drawings in Wooden

Architectural Heritage: A Comparison of the Raw Survey Data Used in Survey Drawings. Journal Of Asian Architecture And Building Engineering, 15, 2, 161-167.

Andrews, D. P., Bedford, J., Bryan, P. G. 2013. A comparison of laser scanning and structure from motion as applied to the great barn at Harmondsworth, UK. International archives of the photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences. 5, 31-36. 

Bedford, J. 2017. Photogrammetric Applications for Cultural Heritage: Guidance for Good Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Boardman, C. 2018. 3D Laser Scanning for Heritage: Advice and Guidance on the Use of Laser Scanning in Archaeology and Architecture. Historic England, Swindon.

Buglass, J. 2016. Historic Graffiti on the Tower of St. Oswald’s Church, Filey, North Yorkshire: recording and Interpretation. Historic England, Swindon.

Brusaporci, S., Maiezza, P., Tata, A. 2015. Handbook of research on emerging digital tools for architectural surveying, modeling, and representation [electronic resource]. Engineering Science Reference. 

De Fino, M., Scioti, A., Rubino, R., Fatiguso, F 2016. Assessment of historic buildings by radar techniques. Structural Survey, 34, 1, 73-94.

Fangi, G., Pierdicca, R., Sturari, M., Malinverni, E. S. 2018. Improving spherical photogrammetry using 360◦

OMNI-Cameras: Use cases and new applications. The International Archives of Photogrammetry. Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences. ISPRS TC II Mid-term Symposium. Towards Photogrammetry 2020, 47 June 2018, Riva del Garda, Italy. 42, 2, 331-337.

Federman, A., Santana Quintero, M., Kretz, S., Gregg, J., Lengies, M., Ouimet, C., Laliberte, J. 2017. UAV photogrammetric workflows: A best practice guideline. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, 42, 237-244.

Gonzalez Manich, C., Kelman, T., Coutts, F., Qiu, B., Murray, P., González-Longo, C., Marshall, S 2016. Exploring the use of image processing to survey and quantitatively assess historic buildings. Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions: Anamnesis, diagnosis, therapy, controls. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions, SAHC 2016, 125-132. 

Hamrouche, R., Klysz, G., Balayssac, J.l, Rhazi, J.l, Ballivy, G. 2012. Numerical Simulations and Laboratory Tests to Explore the Potential of Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) in Detecting Unfilled Joints in Brick Masonry Structures. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 6, 6, 648-664. 

Lane, R. 2016. Understanding Historic Buildings: A Guide to Good Recording Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Lopez-Gonzalez, L., De Cosca, O., Gomez-Heras, M.l, Garcia-Morales, S. 2016. A 4D GIS methodology to study variations in evaporation points on a heritage building. Environmental Earth Sciences, 75, 14, 1-9. 

Martinho, E., Dionisio, A. 2014. Main geophysical techniques used for non-destructive evaluation in cultural built heritage: a review. Journal of Geophysics and Engineering, 11, 5, 1-15.

Muoz, F., Pea, F., Meza, M.l 2014. Virtual Reality Models for the Structural Assessment of Architectural Heritage Buildings. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 8, 6, 783-794. 

Nebiker, S., Lack, N., Deuber, M. 2014. Building change detection from historical aerial photographs using dense image matching and object-based image analysis. Remote Sensing, 6, 9, 8310-8336. 

Tait, E., Laing, R., Grinnall, A., Burnett, S., Isaacs, J. 2016. (Re)presenting heritage: Laser scanning and 3D 

Setting/Environment

Alcock, N., Miles, D. 2013. The medieval peasant house in Midland England. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Charles, A. C. 2017. Deciphering the ‘Dutch houses’ : Netherlandish architectural influence in East Kent, 15501750. University of Kent.

Clarke, J. 2014. Cliffe and Cliffe Woods, Hoo Peninsula, Medway, Kent: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Clarke, J., Smith, J. 2014. Cooling, Hoo Peninsula, Medway, Kent: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Clarke, J., Smith, J. 2014. High Halstow, Hoo Peninsula, Medway, Kent: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Clarke, J., Smith, J. 2014. St Mary, Hoo, Hoo Peninsula: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Harwood, E. 2015. Houses: Regional Practice and Local Character. Twentieth Century Society, London. 

Jessop, L., Whitfield, M., Davison, A. 2013. Alston Moor, Cumbria: Buildings in a North Pennines landscape. English Heritage, Swindon.

Jordan, T., Walrond, L. 2014. The Cotswold House. Amberley Publishing, Stroud.

Parkyn, A., Mcneill, T. 2012. Cheshire Castles of the Irish Sea Cultural Zone. Archaeological Journal, 169, 1, 480518. 

Tankard, D. 2012. Houses of the Weald and Downland: people and houses of south-east England c1300-1900. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Climate change impacts

Agbota, H. 2014. Anticipating the unintended consequences of the decarbonisation of the historic built environment in the UK. Historic Environment: Policy and Practice, 5, 2, 101-115.

Brimblecombe, P., Lankester, P. 2013. Long-term changes in climate and insect damage in historic houses. Studies in Conservation, 58, 1, 13-22. 

Coles, T., Dinan, C., Warren, N. 2016. Carbon villains? Climate change responses among accommodation providers in historic premises. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 11, 1, 25-42.

Daly, C. 2016. The design of a legacy indicator tool for measuring climate change related impacts on built heritage. Heritage Science, 4, 1. BioMed Central Ltd. 

Fatoric, S., Seekamp, E. 2017. Are cultural heritage and resources threatened by climate change? A systematic literature review. Climatic Change, 142, 1-2, 227-254. 

Heathcote, J., Fluck, H., Wiggins, M. 2017. Predicting and Adapting to Climate Change: Challenges for the Historic Environment. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 8, 2, 89-100. 

Howard, A. J., Kincey, M., Carey, C. 2015. Preserving the legacy of historic metal-mining industries in light of the water framework directive and future environmental change in mainland Britain: Challenges for the heritage community. Historic Environment: Policy and Practice, 6, 1, 3-15. 

Howard, A. J., Knight, D., Gearey, B., Kluiving, S., Raab,T. 2017. The Impacts of Climate and Environmental Change on the Historic Environment. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 8, 2, 87-88. 

Lankester,P., Brimblecombe, P. 2012. The impact of future climate on historic interiors. Science of the Total Environment, 417–418, February, 248-254. 

McAllister, D. A. 2016. Environmental controls on sandstone decay : the impact of climate and changing dynamics. PhD, Queen’s University Belfast.

Mohammadpourkarbasi, H. 2013. The eco-refurbishment of a 19th Century terraced house: energy and cost performance for current and future UK climates. Buildings, 3, 220-224. 

Mohammadpourkarbasi, H. 2015. The eco-refurbishment of a 19th century terraced house : energy, carbon and cost performance for current and future UK climates. PhD, University of Liverpool.

Pendlebury, J., Hamza, N., Sharr, A. 2014. Conservation values, conservation-planning and climate change. DISP, 50, 3, 43-54.

Phillips, H. 2015. The capacity to adapt to climate change at heritage sites-The development of a conceptual framework. Environmental Science and Policy, 47, 118-125. 

Phillips, H. 2014. Adaptation to Climate Change at UK World Heritage Sites: Progress and Challenges. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 5, 3, 288-299. 

Phillipson, M. C., Emmanuel, R., Baker, P. H. 2016. The durability of building materials under a changing climate. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 7, 4, 590-599.

Rubio-Bellido, C., Pulido-Arcas, J. A., Cabeza-Lainez, J. M. 2015. Adaptation strategies and resilience to climate change of historic dwellings. Sustainability (Switzerland), 7, 4, 3695-3713.

Searle, D. E. 2012. Particulate-Induced Soiling on Historic Limestone Buildings: Insights and the Effects of Climate Change. In Booth, C. A., Hammon, F. N., Lammond, J. E., Proverbs, D. G. (eds). Solutions to Climate Change Challenges in the Built Environment, 181-191. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

European and global impacts

Bremner, G. A. ed. 2018. Architecture and Urbanism in the British Empire. Oxford History of the British Empire. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Bremner, G. A. 2018. The expansion of England? Rethinking Scotland’s place in the architectural history of the wider British world. Journal of Art Historiography, 18, 1-18.

Bremner, G. A. 2013. Imperial Gothic: Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture in the British Empire, 1840-1870. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Charles, A. C. 2017. Deciphering the ‘Dutch houses’ : Netherlandish architectural influence in East Kent, 15501750. University of Kent.

Dresser, M., Hann, A. 2013. Slavery and the British Country House. Historic England.

Hague, S. G. 2015. The Gentleman’s House in the British Atlantic World 1680-1780. Palgrave, London.

Harris, J. 2016. On the Buses: Mobile Architecture in Australia ad the UK, 1973-75. Architectural His-tories. 4, 1, 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.186.

Reed, C., Smith, K. Collaborating across Heritage and Higher Education to Reveal the Global History of Osterley Park House. In Finn, M., Smith, K. (eds). New Paths to Public Histories, 47-72. Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Thurlby, M. 2014. The Abbey Church of Lessay (Manche) and Romanesque Architecture in North-East England. The Antiquaries Journal, 94, 71-92. 

Research, Understanding and Protection

Disciplines

Bowe, M. 2013. Heritage studies: stories in the making. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

Hyde,T. 2017. Is architectural history getting any bigger?. Arq : Architectural Research Quarterly, 21, 4, 347350.

Logan, W., Craith, M.N., Kockel, U. 2015. A companion to heritage studies. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Lobovikov-Katz, A., Moropoulou, A., Konstanti, A., Calderón, P. O., Van Grieken, R., Worth, S., CassarJ., De Angelis, R., Biscontin, G.,Izzo, F. C. 2014. Tangible versus Intangible in e-Learning on cultural heritage: From online learning to on-site study of historic sites. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 8740, 819-828.

Taylor, W.M. 2013. Iron, Engineering and Architectural History in Crisis: Following the Case of the River Dee Bridge Disaster, 1847. Archirtectural Histories, 1, 1, Art. 23. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.ao.

Research methods (new category)

Archival methods

Clifford, H., Sweetmore, K. From Competition to Collaboration : Local Record Office and University Archives, and the Country House. In Finn, M. New Paths to Public Histories. Palgrave Pivot, Basingstoke.

Münster, S., Kamposiori, C., Friedrichs, K., Kröber, C. 2018. Image libraries and their scholarly use in the field of art and architectural history. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 19, 367–383.

Navickas, K. 2017. From Chartist Newspaper to digital map of grass-roots meetings, 1841-1844: documenting workflows. Journal of Victorian Culture, 22, 2, 232-247. 

Scott, P. Objects of distinction : the archives of Britain’s house-builders and household consumer durables producers. Business Archives, 107, 37-48.

Stobart, J. 2013. Inventories and the changing furnishings of Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire, 1717-1819. Regional Furniture, 27, 1-43.

Dating methods (see also Dendrochronology)

Bailiff, I.K. 2013. Luminescence dating of brick from Brixworth Church- re-testing by the Durham Laboratory. In

Parsons, D., Sutherland, D.S., The Anglo-Saxon Church of All Saints, Brixworth, Northamptonshire. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 243-250. 

Bayliss, A., Bronk Ramsey, C., Hamilton,D., van der Plicht, J., Cook, G. T., Tyers, C., Freeman, S. 2014. Cathedral

Church of St Peter and St Wilfred, Ripon, North Yorkshire Nave Roof and Ceiling: Wiggle-Match Radiocarbon Dating of Timbers. Historic England, Swindon.

Sanjurjo-Sanchez, J. 2016. Dating Historical Buildings: An Update on the Possibilities of Absolute Dating Methods. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 10, 5, 620-635. 

Wild, R., Moir, A. 2013. Key dating features for timber-framed dwellings in Surrey. Vernacular Architecture, 44, 46-61.

Digital methods (see also Survey)

Abdelmonem, M. G. 2017. Architectural and urban heritage in the digital age: Dilemmas of authenticity, originality and reproduction. Archnet-IJAR, 11, 3, 5-15.

Acierno, M.C.,Stefano, S., Davide, F.D. 2017. Architectural heritage knowledge modelling: An ontology-based framework for conservation process. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 24, 124-133. 

Antonopoulou, S. 2017. BIM for Heritage: Developing a Historic Building Information Model.  Historic England, Swindon.

Arayici, Y., Counsell, J., Mahdjoubi, L., Nagy, G.A., Hawas, S. and Dweidar, K. 2017. Heritage building information modelling [electronic resource]. Routledge, London. 

Bassier, M., Vergauwen, M., Van Genechten, B. 2017. Automated classification of heritage buildings for asbuilt bim using machine learning techniques. ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences. 4, 25-30. 

Brookes, C. 2017. The Application of Building Information Modelling (BIM) within a Heritage Science Context. Historic England, Swindon.

Bruno, S., De Fino, M., Fatiguso, F. 2018. Historic Building Information Modelling: performance assessment for diagnosis-aided information modelling and management. Automation in Construction, 86, 256-276. 

Bruno, S., Fatiguso, F. 2018. Building conditions assessment of built heritage in historic building information modeling. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, 13, 1, 36-48. 

Brusaporci, S., Maiezza, P., Tata, A. 2018. A framework for architectural heritage hbim semantization and development. 42, 179-184. 

Brusaporci, S., Maiezza, P., Tata, A. 2015. Handbook of research on emerging digital tools for architectural surveying, modeling, and representation [electronic resource]. Engineering Science Reference. 

Cacciotti, R. 2015. Integrated knowledge-based tools for documenting and monitoring damages to built heritage. 40, 57-63. 

Campi, M., Di Luggo, A., Scandurra, S. 2017. 3D modeling for the knowledge of architectural heritage and virtual reconstruction of its historical memory. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences. 42, 133-139.

Carlisle, P. K., Lee, E. S. 2013. Bringing it all together: Networking heritage inventories in England. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences ISPRS Archives, 40, 5W2, 161-163. International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.

de Kleijn, M., Dias, E., Burgers, G. J. 2016. The digital cultural biography, a tool for interdisciplinary knowledge exchange on the history and heritage of the urban landscape. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 6, 1, 72-94. 

De la Fuente Pirouette, J., Perea, E.C., Arroyo, F.L. 2017. Augmented reality in architecture: Rebuilding archeological heritage. ISPRS – International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, 42, 311-315. 

De Luca, L. 2014. Methods, formalisms and tools for the semantic-based surveying and representation of architectural heritage. Applied Geomatics, 6, 2, 115-139. 

Dore, C., Murphy, M., McCarthy, S., Brechin, F., Casidy, C., Dirix, E. 2015. Structural simulations and conservation analysis-historic building information model (HBIM). International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, 40, 351-357.

Edinburgh College of Art 2014-2019. Tower Blocks – Our Blocks! A National Community Heritage Database for Postwar Mass Housing. Edinburgh College of Art.

Elwazani, S., Gandikota, S. 2017. Information flow settings in building rehabilitation. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, 42, 209-214. 

Lee, J., Kim, Y. 2016. Applicability of 3DVE indicator for cultural heritage landscape management. 10058, 131143.

Llamas, J., Lerones, P., Medina, R., Zalama, E., Gomez-Garcia-Bermejo, J. 2017. Classification of Architectural Heritage Images Using Deep Learning Techniques. Applied Sciences, 7. 

Marsh, S. 2016. Reconstructing a historical temporary structure: Henry VIII’s pop-up-palace : Using a 3D engine to recreate the temporary palace from the field of cloth of Gold 1520. 2015 Digital Her-itage International Congress, Digital Heritage 2015, 0, 165-168.

Navickas, K. 2017. From Chartist Newspaper to digital map of grass-roots meetings, 1841-1844: documenting workflows. Journal of Victorian Culture, 22, 2, 232-247. 

Nebiker, S., Lack, N., Deuber, M. 2014. Building change detection from historical aerial photographs using dense image matching and object-based image analysis. Remote Sensing, 6, 9, 8310-8336. 

Noardo, F. 2018. Architectural heritage semantic 3D documentation in multi-scale standard maps. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 32, 156-165. 

Oreni, D. 2013. From 3D content models to HBIM for conservation and management of built heritage. International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications 2013 : Computational Science and Its Applications. 344-357.

Osello, A., Lucibello, G., Morgagni, F. 2018. HBIM and virtual tools: A new chance to preserve architectural heritage. Buildings, 8, 1-12.

Oses, N., Dornaika, F. 2013. Image-based delineation of built heritage masonry for automatic classification. International Conference Image Analysis and Recognition 2013: Image Analysis and Recognition. 782-789. 

Oses, N., Dornaika, F., Moujahid, A. 2014. Image-based delineation and classification of built heritage masonry. Remote Sensing, 6, 3, 1863-1889. 

Pocobelli, D.P., Boehm, J., Bryan, P., Still, J., Grau-Bove, J. 2018. BIM for heritage science: a review. Heritage Science, 6, 30, 1-15.

Prizeman, O. E. C. 2015. HBIM and matching techniques: Considerations for late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century buildings. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 21, 3, 145-159. 

Scott J., Laing, R., Hogg, G. 2013. Built heritage digitization: Opportunities afforded by emerging cloud based applications. Proceedings of the International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, CloudCom, 2, 88-93.

Sou, L. 2016. A survey of the historic carvings at Carlisle Castle, Cumbria, using Structure-from-Motion photogrammetry and terrestrial laser scans. Historic England, Swindon.

Tait, E., Laing, R., Grinnall, A., Burnett, S., Isaacs, J. 2016. (Re)presenting heritage: Laser scanning and 3D visualisations for cultural resilience and community engagement. Journal of Information Science, 42, 3, 420433.

Webb, N. 2017. Tracing the past: A digital analysis of Wells cathedral choir aisle vaults. Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 4, 19-27. 

Webb, N., Buchanan, A. 2018. Tracing the Past: a digital analysis of the Lady Chapel vaults at Ely cathedral. Digital Heritage, New Realities: Authenticity & Automation in the Digital Age. 

Webb, N. 2017. Tracing the Past: A Digital Analysis of the North Transept and Chancel Vaults at Nantwich St Mary’s Church. Digital Past. 

Webb, N. 2016. Digital re-analysis of lost architecture and the particular case of Lutyens׳ Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. Frontiers of Architectural Research, 5, 2, 265-275. 

Webb, N. 2017. Tracing the Past: Establishing Tolerances when Investigating Medieval Vault Rib Geometries using Digital Tools. In Envisioning Architecture: Space/Time/Meaning, 30-37.

Wu, T. C., Lin, Y. C., Hsu, M. F., Zhenga, N. W., Chen, W. L. 2013. Improving traditional building repair construction quality using historic building information modeling concept. 40, 691-694. 

Yang, X., Koehl, M., Grussenmeyer, P., Macher, H. 2016. Complementarity of historic building information modelling and geographic information systems. 41, 437-443.

Historiography (See also Architectural historians)

Ara, D., Rashid, M. 2016. Imaging Vernacular Architecture: A Dialogue with Anthropology on Building Process. Architectural Theory Review, 21, 2, 172-195. 

Borden, I., Fraser, M., Penner, B. 2014. Forty Ways to Think About Architecture: Architectural History and Theory Today. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Bremner, G. A. 2018. The expansion of England? Rethinking Scotland’s place in the architectural history of the wider British world. Journal of Art Historiography, 18, 1-18.

Buchanan, A. 2013. Robert Willis (1800-1875) and the Foundation of Architectural History. Boydell, Woodbridge. 

Buchanan, A. 2012. Building a monument: Willis, Clark and the architectural history of the University of Cambridge. Architectural History, 55, 145-172. 

Buchanan, A. 2017. ‘Complete, thorough, and undeniable’: Robert Willis and the architectural history of Canterbury Cathedral. In Bovey, A. ed. Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Canterbury, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 1-25. 

Buchanan, A. 2014. “All for information”: John Ruskin and architectural archaeology. Quintana, 13, 13, 35-61. Buchanan, A., Campbell, J.W.P., Girón, J., Huerta, S. 2016. Robert Willis: Science, Technology and Architecture in the Nineteenth Century. Proceedings of the International Symposium held in Gon-ville and Caius College, Cambridge UK 16th-17th September 2016. Instituto Juan de Herrera, Madrid.

Cohen, M. 2014. Conclusion: Ten Principles for the Study of Proportional Systems in the History of Architecture. Architectural Histories, 2, 1. 

Cohen, M. 2014. Introduction: Two Kinds of Proportion. Architectural Histories, 2, 1. 

Cole, S. 2017. Photographing historic buildings. Historic England, Swindon. 

Crawford, J. 2014. Aerofilms: A history of Britain from above. Historic England, Swindon.

Crinson, M. 2018. The Architecture of Art History: A Historiography. Bloomsbury Visual Arts, London. 

Engel, B. R. 2016. Ambichronous historiography : Colin Rowe and the teaching of architectural history. Journal of Art Historiography, 14, June, 1-22.

Erk, G. K., Uluoglu, B. 2013. Changing paradigms in space theories: Recapturing 20th century architectural history. Archnet-IJAR, 7, 1, 6-20. 

Geraghty, A. 2013. After Colvin’s Canterbury Quadrangle. In Airs, M., and Whyte, W. (eds). Architectural History after Colvin, 42-57. Shaun Tyas, Stamford.

Green, A., Dixon, J. 2016. Standing buildings and built heritage. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 50, 1, 121-133. 

Hultzsch, A. 2014. Architectural history from eye-level: Nikolaus Pevsner’s ‘Treasure Hunts’ in the Architectural Review, 1942. Journal of Architecture, 19, 3, 382-401.

Hultzsch, A. 2017. ‘To the great public’: the Architectural Image in the Early Illustrated London News. Architectural Histories. 5, 1, 9. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.268.

Hyde,T. 2017. Is architectural history getting any bigger?. Arq : Architectural Research Quarterly, 21, 4, 347350. 

Kelly, J. 2013. To fan the ardour of the layman : J.M. Richards, The Architectural Review, and discourses of modernism in British architecture, 1933-1972. PhD, Middlesex University. 

Salama, A. M. 2017. Plurality and diversity in architectural and urban research. Archnet-IJAR, 11, 2, 1-5.

Steadman, P. 2016. Research in architecture and urban studies at Cambridge in the 1960s and 1970s : what really happened. Journal of Architecture, 21, 2, 291-306.

Thom, C. 2013. The Survey and housing. The Victorian (Journal of the Victorian Society), 44, 8-11.

Thompson, P. 2017. Researching and Writing about William Butterfield. Studies in Victorian Architecture & Design, 6. Victorian Society, London.

Willkens, D.S. 2016. Reading Words and Images in the Description(s) of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Architectural Histories. 4, 1, 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.204.

Yusaf, S. 2014. Broadcasting buildings : architecture on the wireless, 1927-1945. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusets.

Oral history

McIntosh, A. 2014. ‘It was the heart of the town’ : two public monuments, cultural memory and oral histories in Walkden and Hastings. PhD, University of Brighton.

Quantitative historical methods

Dhanani, A. 2016. Suburban built form and street network development in London, 1880–2013 : An application of quantitative historical methods. Historical Methods : A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, 49, 4, 230-243. 

Spatial analysis

Mezei, K., Briganti, C. 2013. The Domestic Space Reader. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

Moore, B. P. 2014. Invisible architecture : ideologies of space in the nineteenth-century city. PhD, University of Manchester.

Navickas, K. 2017. From Chartist Newspaper to digital map of grass-roots meetings, 1841-1844: documenting workflows. Journal of Victorian Culture, 22, 2, 232-247. 

Navickas, K. 2019. The History of Public Space in England 1700-2000 (research project).

Slatter, R. L. 2017. A ‘more-than-architectural’ approach to Wesleyan space : how can material and spatial approaches to metropolitan Wesleyan Methodist practices provide insights into congregational experiences between 1851 and 1932?. PhD, UCL (University College London).

Structural analysis

Hume, I. 2013. Masonry Structures: Structural Investigation and Assessment. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/masonry-structures/masonrystructures.htm

Hume, I., Miller, J. 2015. Conservation compendium. Part 7: Imposed load in historic buildings: Assessing what is real. Structural Engineer, 93, 6, 40-43. 

Krzan, M., Gostic, S., Cattari, S., Bosiljkov,V. 2015. Acquiring reference parameters of masonry for the structural performance analysis of historical buildings. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 13, 1, 203-236. 

Miles, J. E. 2017. The potential of structural analysis in archaeological simulation and interpretation: a case study of medieval Winchester Cathedral precinct. PhD, University of Southampton. 

Serafini, A. 2016. A database model for the analysis and assessment of historic timber roof structures. International Wood Products Journal, 8, 1, 3-8.

Organisations

Bennellick, D. 2014. The Role of the Heritage Lottery Fund in the Conservation of Historic Gardens and Designed Landscapes. Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation, 283-289. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Binney, M. 2015. Save Britain’s Heritage : 1975-2015 : the next forty years. Next 40 years, Save Britain’s Heritage, London. 

Cope, G. 2014. Towards understandings of visitor experiences and practices that shape new meanings of place at National Trust sites. PhD, University of the West of England, Bristol.

Davison, M. W. 2012. The first 50 years : a history of the Kingston upon Thames Society. Kingston upon Thames Society.

Foster, J. 2013. The Redbourne Garden Village Trust. Lincolnshire Past & Present, 94, Winter, 11-15. 

Gillard, B. 2015. The effectiveness of the Church of England guidance for assessing significance. PhD, University of Plymouth. 

Jeffery, R. 2014. Rescuing the Built Heritage of Dissenters, Recusants and Nonconformists : the Historic Chapels Trust. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 58, 155-169. 

Mackley, A. 2017. The restoration of Blythburgh Church, 1881-1906 : the dispute between the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Blythburgh Church Restoration Committee. The Boydell Press, Martlesham.

McIntyre, L. 2015. A review of the Church of England’s management of medieval bishops’ palaces. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 21, 2, 85-97. 

Nwachukwu, C. V., Udeaja, C., Chileshe, N., Okere, C. E. 2017. The critical success factors for stakeholder management in the restoration of built heritage assets in the UK. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, 35, 4, 304-331. 

Rodwell, D. 2012. The UNESCO World Heritage Convention, 1972-2012: Reflections and Directions. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 3, 1, 64-85. 

Thurley, S 2013. Men from the ministry : how Britain saved its heritage. Yale University Press, US.

West, J. 2016. The historic buildings and monuments commission for England 1984-2015: A personal essay. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 60, 10-17.

Winstanley, M. J., David, R., Whyte, I. D. 2016. Revealing Cumbria’s past : 150 years of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society.

Legislation and policy

Briscoe, J., Hall, S., Greaves, A, Edwards, M. 2016. Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 s. 26H Town and Country Planning Act 1990 s.192 certificate of lawfulness of proposed works.(United Kingdom). Journal of Planning & Environment Law, 2016, 4, 387-422. 

Hill, M. 2014. The faculty jurisdiction rules 2013: Simpler process, equal protection. Ecclesiastical Law Journal, 16, 1, 47-65.

Johns, C. 2014. Conservation Legislation in the UK. In Harney, M. Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation, 261-270. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Slade, D. J. 2018. The making of the National Planning Policy Framework : an investigation into the practices and (post)politics of doing pro-market planning reform in the UK central state. PhD, University of Liverpool.

Planning policy/guidance

Brennan, T. 2015. The Historic Environment and Site Allocations in Local Plans. Historic England Advice Note 3. Historic England, Swindon.

Brennan, T., Morrice, R. 2015. Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning Note 1: The Historic Environment in Local Plans. Historic England, Swindon.

Briscoe, J., Hall, S., Greaves, A. 2016. Heritage assets: noise impact assessment officers’ powers to change planning conditions.(United Kingdom). Journal of Planning & Environment Law, 2016, 3, 241-261. 

Buckingham, S. 2015. Setting up a Listed Building Heritage Partnership Agreement: Historic England Advice Note 5. 

Charlotte, G. 2015. Guidance for Tendered Projects: Heritage Protection Commissions Programme. Historic England, Swindon.

Cole, J. 2015. Guidance on De-listing a Building. Historic England, Swindon.

Cowburn, S. 2015. E-Planning Standards for E-Consultation. Historic England, Swindon.

Cromack, T. 2015. Guidance for Grants Projects: Heritage Protection Commissions Programme. Historic England, Swindon.

Guy, M. 2016. Stopping the Rot: A Guide to Enforcement Action to Save Historic Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Harrison, M. 2017. Heritage Crime: Guidance for Sentencers. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2015. The Historic Environment in Local Plans: Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning: 1. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2015. Managing Significance in Decision-Taking in the Historic Environment: Heritage Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning: 2. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2015. Easy Access to Historic Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2015. Easy Access to Historic Landscapes. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2015. Listing War Memorials in England: A Guide for Volunteers. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2015. The Historic Environment and Site Allocations in Local Plans: Historic England Advice Note 3. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2015. Drawing up a Local Listed Building Consent Order: Historic England Advice Note 6. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2016. Heritage Champions Handbook. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2016. Sustainability Appraisal and Strategic Environmental Assessment: Historic England Advice Note 8. Historic England, Swindon.

Historic England. 2017. Managing Local Authority Heritage Assets: Advice for Local Government. Historic England, Swindon.

Howard, A. J., Hancox, E., Hanson, J., Jackson,R. 2017. Protecting the Historic Environment from Inland

Flooding in the UK: Some Thoughts on Current Approaches to Asset Management in the Light of Planning Policy, Changing Catchment Hydrology and Climate Change. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 8, 2, 125-142.

Kalman, H. 2014. Heritage planning : principles and process. Routledge, London. 

Khalaf, R. W. 2016. Distinguishing new architecture from old. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 4, 321-339.  

Knight, D., McIntyre, L., Greenaway, L. 2015. Funding in Parish Churches. Historic Churches.

https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/parish-church-funding/parish-church-funding.htm.

Love, J. 2014. Historic Parks and Gardens: The Planning System and Other Conservation Tools. In Harney, M. (ed). Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation,  271-281. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Morrice, R. 2016. Local Heritage Listing: Historic England Advice Note 7. Historic England, Swindon.

Morrice, R. 2016. Making Changes to Heritage Assets: Historic England Advice Note 2. Historic England, Swindon.

Morris, R. 2016. Conservation Area Designation, Appraisal and Management: Historic England Advice Note 1. Historic England, Swindon.

Mynors, C. 2014. Legal Protection for Structures, Trees and Wildlife. Gardens & Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation, 0, 291-300. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Reeves, C. D. 2016. Policy for conservation of heritage railway signal boxes in Great Britain. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 1, 43-59. 

Ripp, M., Rodwell, D. 2016. The governance of urban heritage. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 1, 81-108.

Rolph, S. 2015. Pillars of the Community: The Transfer of Local Authority Heritage Assets. Historic England, Swindon.

Rowan, W. 2018. Streets for All: Advice for Highway and Public Realm Works in Historic Places. Historic England, Swindon.

Thomson, V. 2015. Briefing Note on National Listed Building Consent Orders. Historic England, Swindon.

Thomson, V. 2015. Drawing up a Local Listed Building Consent Order. Historic England Advice Note 6. Historic England, Swindon.

Thomson, V. 2015. Setting up a Listed Building Heritage Partnership Agreement. Historic England Advice Note 5. Historic England, Swindon.

Heritage values

Ahmed, Nazneen, GARNETT, Jane, GIDLEY, Ben, HARRIS, Alana, KEITH, Michael 2016. Shifting markers of identity in East London’s diasporic religious spaces. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39, 2, 223-242. 

Andersson, J. 2012. Heritage Discourse and the Desexualisation of Public Space: The “Historical Restorations” of Bloomsbury’s Squares. Antipode, 44, 4, 1081-1098. 

Ayers, B. 2017. The parish churches of Norwich north of the River Wensum: city, community, architecture and antiquarianism. Church Archaeology, 18, 1-20. 

Azmi, N. F., Ahmad,F., Ali, A. S. 2015. Heritage place inventory: A tool for establishing the significance of places. Journal of Design and Built Environment, 15, 1, 15-23. 

Bell, H. 2012. Values in the conservation and regeneration of post-war listed public housing : a study of Spa Green, London and Park Hill, Sheffield. PhD, University of Sheffield. 

Bennett, L. 2017. In the ruins of the Cold War bunker : affect, materiality and meaning making. Rowman & Littlefield International, Lanham. 

Blackwell, T.Kohl, S. 2018. Urban heritages: How history and housing finance matter to housing form and homeownership rates. Urban Studies. 55, 16, 3669-3688. 

Blundell Jones, P. 2012. History on the margin: Unravelling the changing fortunes of a Devon house and its relation to the locality. Journal of Architecture, 17, 2, 191-212. 

Bond, S., Worthing, D. 2016. Managing built heritage: The role of cultural values and significance: Second edition. Second Edition. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester.

Borden, I. 2016. The Limehouse Link: the architectural and cultural history of a monumental road tunnel in London’s Docklands. Journal of Architecture, 21, 4, 651-675. 

Brennan, T., Morrice, R. 2015. Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning Note 2: Managing Significance in Decision-Taking in the Historic Environment. Historic England, Swindon.

Brigden, T. G. 2014. The protected vista : an intellectual and cultural history, as seen from Richmond Hill. University of Newcastle upon Tyne. PhD, Newcastle University.

Brittain-Catlin, T. 2014. Bleak Houses: Disappointment and Failure in Architecture. MIT Press, Boston MA. 

Brown, A. 2016. Statements of Significance: The View from Historic England. The Building Conservation Directory. Online <https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/statements-of-significance/statements-ofsignificance.htm>.

Byrne, Katherine, 1978-. 2014. Adapting heritage : Class and conservatism in Downton Abbey. Rethinking History, 18, 3. 

Carter, M. Lindfield, P. N., Townshend, D. 2017. Writing Britain’s Ruins. British Library Publishing, London. 

Cohen, S. 2015. Sites of popular music heritage [electronic book] : memories, histories, places. Routledge. New York

Cohen, S. 2018. Liverpool’s Musical Landscapes. Historic England, Swindon.

Convery, I., Corsane, G.r, Davis, P. N. 2014. Making sense of place : multidisciplinary perspectives. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge. 

Cope, G. 2014. Towards understandings of visitor experiences and practices that shape new meanings of place at National Trust sites. PhD, University of the West of England, Bristol.

Creighton, O., Cunningham, P., French, H. 2013. Peopling polite landscapes : community and heritage at Poltimore, Devon. Landscape History, 34, 2, 61 – 86.

Dakers, C. 2018. Fonthill recovered : a cultural history. UCL Press, London.

Dresser, M., Hann, A. 2013. Slavery and the British Country House. Historic England.

Emmons, P., Hendrix, J., Lomholt, J. 2012. The cultural role of architecture: Contemporary and historical perspectives. Routledge, Abingdon.

Faculty of History, University of Oxford ongoing. Housing, Culture and Women’s Citizenship in Britain, c.1945 to the present. Faculty of History, University of Oxford. 

Fieber, K. D., Mills, J. P., Peppa, M. V., Haynes, I., Turner, S., Turner, A., Douglas, M., Bryan, P. G. 2017. Cultural heritage through time: A case study at Hadrian’s Wall, United Kingdom. International Archives of the

Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences ISPRS Archives, 42, 2W3, 297-302. 

Forster, A. M., Vettese-Forster, S., Borland, J. 2012. Evaluating the cultural significance of historic graffiti. Structural Survey, 30, 1, 43-64.

Franklin, G. 2015. Old Oak: Outline Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Franklin, G. 2017. Understanding Place: Historic Area Assessment. Historic England, Swindon.

Gibbeson, C. F. 2018. After the asylum : place, value and heritage in the redevelopment of historic former asylums. PhD, Newcastle University. 

Gillard, B. 2015. The effectiveness of the Church of England guidance for assessing significance. PhD, University of Plymouth. 

Goldstein, B. 2017. Obsolescence: An Architectural History. Buildings & Landscapes: Journal of the Vernacular Architecture Forum, 24, 1, 100-102.

Grenville, J. 2015. Ontological security in a post-crash world-a tale of two Yorkshire cities. Heritage and Society, 8, 1, 43-59. 

Hicks, G. 2015. Parliament square: The making of a political space. Landscapes (United Kingdom), 16, 2, 164181. 

Howard, C., Taylor, S. 2016. The Church and Chapel Interiors of John Loughborough Pearson: A Selective Assessment of their Significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Inge, J. 2017. Sacred Space and Community. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/sacred-space/sacred-space.htm

Jessop, L., Whitfield, M., Davison, A. 2017. The Time Ball, The Guildhall, Kingston-upon-Hull: History, Context and Significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Joseph, A., Kearns, R., Moon, G. 2013. Re-Imagining Psychiatric Asylum Spaces through Residential Redevelopment: Strategic Forgetting and Selective Remembrance. Housing Studies, 28, 1, 135-153. 

Kamel-Ahmed, E. 2015. What to conserve? : Heritage, memory, and management of meanings. Archnet-IJAR, 9, 1, 67-76. 

Knox, P. L. 2015. London : architecture, building and social change. Merrell Publishers Ltd, London.

McIntosh, A. 2014. ‘It was the heart of the town’ : two public monuments, cultural memory and oral histories in Walkden and Hastings. PhD, University of Brighton.

Menuge, A. 2015. 2 Love Lane/64 West Street, 57 West Street/64-66 Bridge Street, and associated buildings on West Street, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland: History, investigation, analysis and assessment of significance. Historic England, Swindon.

Merlino, K. R. 2014. Historic preservation and sustainable communities: [Re]evaluating significance: The environmental and cultural value in older and historic buildings. Public Historian, 36, 3, 70-85. 

Minnis, J. 2015. Religion and Place in Leeds. Historic England, Swindon.

Moss, J. 2016. Conservation of buildings from the recent past : an investigation into England’s legacy of postwar social housing and its heritage value. PhD, University of Leicester. 

Mrak, I. 2014. Evaluation methods in the protection of built heritage. Gradevinar, 66, 2, 127-138.

Oglethorpe, M. 2014. The Rolt Memorial Lecture: The public benefit of industrial heritage – taking a positive view. Industrial Archaeology Review, 36, 2, 85-96. 

Partington, Adam 2015. The Greater Lincolnshire Farmstead Assessment Framework: Guidelines for Best Practice. Historic England, Swindon.

Pereira, D., Marker, B. 2016. The value of original natural stone in the context of architectural heritage. Geosciences (Switzerland), 6, 13, 1-9. 

Reed, C., Smith, K. Collaborating across Heritage and Higher Education to Reveal the Global History of Osterley Park House. In Finn, M., Smith, K. (eds). New Paths to Public Histories, 47-72. Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Reynolds, L. H. 2016. Heritage on film: The impact on historic sites of drama filming for television and cinema.

Journal of Architectural Conservation, 22, 1, 48-63. 

Roberts, B. K. 2014. Region and Place: A study of English rural settlement. Historic England, Swindon.

Roberts, R. 2015. ‘The Untold Story’ : The mediated female ghost in England’s Blenheim Palace. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 18, 1, 35-51.

Shasore, N. 2016. Architecture and the public in interwar Britain. PhD, University of Oxford.

Stones, S. 2016. The value of heritage: urban exploration and the historic environment. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 4, 301-320.

Thom, C. 2015. “Save St Paul’s!” Historic monuments as symbols of endurance in the London Blitz.’ In Calvano T., Forti M. Musei e Monumenti in Guerra 1939-1945 Londra Parigi Roma Berlino, 167-182. Musei Vaticani, Vatican City.

University of York 2016. St Stephen’s Chapel Westminster Visual and Political Culture 1292 to 1941. University of York, York.

Vigneron, S. 2016. From local to World Heritage: a comparative analysis. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 2-3, 115-132. 

Walter, N. 2014. From values to narrative: A new foundation for the conservation of historic buildings. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20, 6, 634-650.

Walter, N. 2017. ‘To live is to change’ : tradition, narrative and community in the conservation of church buildings. PhD, University of York, York. 

Wells, E. J. 2018. Those Walls Can Talk! The Importance of Buildings to History. History Today. https://www.historytoday.com/history-matters/those-walls-can-talk.

Whyte, W. 2017. Unlocking the Church. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 

Wilkinson, P. 2018. A History of England in 100 Places: Irreplaceable. Historic England, Swindon.

Yarker, S. 2016. Social housing as built heritage: The presence and absence of affective heritage. In Divya P. Tolia-Kelly, Emma Waterton, Steve Watson (eds) Heritage, Affect and Emotion: Politics, Practices and Infrastructures, 237-254. Routledge, London and New York. 

Economic and social

Yung, E. H. K., Yu, P. L. H., Chan, E. H. W. 2013. Economic valuation of historic properties: review and recent developments. Property Management, 31, 4, 335-358.

Civic Amenities

Flood and erosion defence

Howard, A. J., Hancox, E., Hanson, J., Jackson,R. 2017. Protecting the Historic Environment from Inland

Flooding in the UK: Some Thoughts on Current Approaches to Asset Management in the Light of Planning Policy, Changing Catchment Hydrology and Climate Change. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 8, 2, 125-142.

Ridout, B., McCaig, I. 2017. A Preliminary Study of Flood Remediation in Hebden Bridge and Appleby. Historic England, Swindon.

Health and wellbeing

Codinhoto, R. 2017. Architecture: Healing architecture. In E. Tsekleves, & R. Cooper (eds.), Design for Health, 111-153. Routledge, London.

Reiling, J. 2017. The Medical Aspects of the Modern “Sky Scraper”. JAMA, 317, 5, 54. 

Heating/introduction of services

Makrodimitri, M. 2017. Sustainability and heritage conservation : a study of the problems of heating and thermal comfort in churches in the UK. University of Cambridge.

Palmer, M., West, I. 2016. Technology in the Country House. Historic England, Swindon.

Roberts, B. 2013. 19th-century Radiators and Heating Systems. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/heating-systems/heating-systems.htm.

Vane, M. S. 2014. Church Lighting. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/lighting-historic-churches/lighting-historic-churches.htm.

Room use and circulation (see also Users)

Burg, J. A. 2017. “Remember where you are!” : the use of English cathedrals as sites of theatrical performance, 1928-2015. PhD, University of Birmingham.

John, E. 2013. Drawing rooms, dining rooms and parlours in the homes of London’s middling sorts 1740-1810. Regional Furniture, 27, 141-155.

Kanagasapapathy, G. 2017. Understanding the flow experiences of heritage tourists. PhD, Bournemouth University.

Willoughby, J. 2012. Inhabited Sacristies in Medieval England: the Case of St Mary’s, Warwick. The Antiquaries Journal, 92, 331-345.

Reuse (new category, see also Users, Regeneration)

Bird, A. 2016. A history of Brockham Park : from gentleman’s residence to award-winning laboratory. Cockerell Press.

Blundell Jones, P. 2012. History on the margin: Unravelling the changing fortunes of a Devon house and its relation to the locality. Journal of Architecture, 17, 2, 191-212. 

Blunn, R., Grady, K. J. F., Taylor, H. A. 2012. Redevelopment of Drapers’ Gardens, London. Structural Engineer, 90, 4, 22-28. 

Bowlt, C. 2014. The archaeology and history of a house (1400-1985) at Ruislip, Middlesex, Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, 2014, 58-63.

Burg, J. A. 2017. “Remember where you are!” : the use of English cathedrals as sites of theatrical performance, 1928-2015. PhD, University of Birmingham.  

Champion, M. 2015. Medieval Graffiti: The Lost Voices of England’s Churches. Ebury Press, London. 

Cohen, S. 2015. Sites of popular music heritage [electronic book] : memories, histories, places. Routledge. New York

Cohen, S. 2018. Liverpool’s Musical Landscapes. Historic England, Swindon.

Crompton, A. 2012. Manchester Black and Blue. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 89, 1, 277-291. 

Daryl, M. 2012. Producing spaces : neoliberalization in the North of England. University of York, York.

Davies, M 2017. Dispersal: Picturing urban change in east London. Historic England.

Davies, P. 2015. A Yorkshire Yeoman’s house through the ages: the story of Field Head, Dodworth. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Davis, J. 2018. The resilience of a London Great Estate: urban development, adaptive capacity and the politics of stewardship. Journal of Urbanism, 11, 103-127. 

Davis, J. 2016. The making and remaking of Hackney Wick, 1870-2014: from urban edgeland to Olympic fringe. Planning Perspectives, 31, 3, 425-457. 

Deakin, E. L. 2016. A critical analysis of the continued use of Georgian buildings : a case study of Darley Abbey Mills, Derbyshire. University of Derby. 

Dean, C. 2014. Establishing the Tate Modern Cultural Quarter : social and cultural regeneration through art and architecture. London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London). 

Dou, P. 2013. Liberated urban flexibility : coordinated flexibility factors in the performance of the 19th century British terraced housing. PhD, University of Cambridge.

Edwards, B. 2017. Barns: Use, Re-use and Misconceptions. The Building Conservation Directory. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/barns/barns.htm.

Garmston, H. M. 2017. Decision-making in the selection of retrofit facades for non-domestic buildings. PhD, University of Plymouth. 

Gibbeson, C. F. 2018. After the asylum : place, value and heritage in the redevelopment of historic former asylums. PhD, Newcastle University. 

Hardwick, K. 2013. Lower Ashes, Stansfield, Revisited : 1614-2013. Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society, 21.

Haslam, R., Thompson, G. 2016. ‘An immense and exceedingly commodious goods station’ : the archaeology and history of the Great Northern Railway’s goods yard at King’s Cross, 1849 to the present day. Pre-Construct Archaeology, Ltd, London.

Hetherington, P. 2015. Whose land is our land? The use and abuse of Britain’s forgotten acres. Policy Press, Bristol.

Hicks, G. 2015. Parliament square: The making of a political space. Landscapes (United Kingdom), 16, 2, 164181. 

Hill, G. B. 2016. Alderley Park discovered : history, wildlife, pharmaceuticals. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster.

Hill, J. 2013. Weather architecture. Routledge, London.

Holyoak, V., Tunnicliffe, S. 2017. The Adaptive Reuse of Traditional Farm Buildings : Historic England Advice Note 9. Historic England, Swindon.

Hong, Y. 2017. Evaluating the adaptive reuse potential of buildings in conservation areas. Facilities, 35, 3/4, 202-219. 

Joseph, A., Kearns, R., Moon, G. 2013. Re-Imagining Psychiatric Asylum Spaces through Residential Redevelopment: Strategic Forgetting and Selective Remembrance. Housing Studies, 28, 1, 135-153. 

Kronenburg, R. H. 2015. Flexible Architecture: Continuous and Developing. In B. Kolarevic, & V. Parlac (eds.), Building Dynamics: Exploring Architecture of Change, 29-42. 

Mengüşoğlu, N., Boyacioğlu, E. 2013. Reuse of industrial built heritage for residential purposes in Manchester (1). Metu Journal of the Faculty of Architecture, 30, 1, 117-138.

Mısırlısoy, D., Günçe, K. 2016. Adaptive reuse strategies for heritage buildings: A holistic approach. Sustainable Cities and Society, 26, 91-98. 

Payne, B. 2014. Shared Space: Extending the Use of Churches in Oxfordshire. Historic Churches. Online https://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/extending-use/extending-use.htm. 

Pickles, D. 2017. Adapting Traditional Farm Buildings: Best Practice Guidelines for Adaptive Reuse. Historic England, Swindon.

Research Centre for Museums and Galleries, University of Leicester. 2013. Cultural activity within historic houses. Research Centre for Museums and Galleries. University of Leicester. 

Small, F. 2014. All Hallows, Kent: A Second World War Oil QF Bombing Decoy. Historic England, Swindon.

Watts, P. 2016. Up in smoke : the failed dreams of Battersea Power Station. Paradise Road, Richmond.

Wharton, A. J. 2015. Architectural Agents: The Delusional, Abusive, Addictive Lives of Buildings. University of Minnesota Press, Minnesota.

Regeneration (new category)

Bell, H. 2012. Values in the conservation and regeneration of post-war listed public housing : a study of Spa Green, London and Park Hill, Sheffield. PhD, University of Sheffield. 

Campkin, B. 2013. Remaking London: Decline and Regeneration in Urban Culture. The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.

Davison, K., Russell, J. 2017. Disused religious space: Youth participation in built heritage regeneration. Religions, 8, 6. 

Dean, C. 2014. Establishing the Tate Modern Cultural Quarter : social and cultural regeneration through art and architecture. London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London). 

Gibbeson, C. F. 2018. After the asylum : place, value and heritage in the redevelopment of historic former asylums. PhD, Newcastle University. 

Hussein, M. M. F. 2015. Urban regeneration and the transformation of the urban waterfront : a case study of Liverpool waterfront regeneration. PhD, University of Nottingham.

McKane, A. 2012. Tate Liverpool as a force for social renewal? : a critical study of art museum education, expansion and urban change (1988-2008). PhD, University of Liverpool.

Mengüşoğlu, N., Boyacioğlu, E. 2013. Reuse of industrial built heritage for residential purposes in Manchester (1). Metu Journal of the Faculty of Architecture, 30, 1, 117-138.

Pater, C. 2016. The Assessment and Management of Marine Archaeology in Port and Harbour Development. Historic England, Swindon.

Reeve, A., Shipley, R. 2013. Assessing the effectiveness of the Townscape Heritage initiative in regeneration. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 6, 2, 189-210. 

Reeve, A., Shipley, R. 2014. Heritage-based regeneration in an age of austerity: Lessons from the townscape heritage initiative. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 7, 2, 122-135.

Roberts, D. J. 2016. Make public : performing public housing in regenerating east London. PhD, UCL (University College London). 

Song, S. 2013. The effectiveness of regeneration policy in historic urban quarters in England (1997-2010). PhD, University of Nottingham.

Watts, P. 2016. Up in smoke : the failed dreams of Battersea Power Station. Paradise Road, Richmond.

White, R. H. 2016. Any old iron? Marketing models and sustainable regeneration in Ironbridge. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 2-3, 213-223.

Social, political, ethnic and gender identities

Ahmed, Nazneen, GARNETT, Jane, GIDLEY, Ben, HARRIS, Alana, KEITH, Michael 2016. Shifting markers of identity in East London’s diasporic religious spaces. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39, 2, 223-242.

Hicks, G. 2015. Parliament square: The making of a political space. Landscapes (United Kingdom), 16, 2, 164181.

Holcombe, L. 2013. Modernisation in the metropolis : interiors, gender and luxury in the Regent Palace Hotel (1888-1935). Phd, Kingston University.

Jones, J. F. 2013. Dances of life and death : interpretations of early modern religious identity from rural parish chuches and their landscapes along the Hampshire/Sussex border 1500-1800. PhD, University of Southampton.

Sustainability (new category, see also Climate change impacts, Regeneration)

Adams, C., Douglas-Jones, R., Green, A., Lewis, Q., Yarrow, T. 2014. Building with history: Exploring the relationship between heritage and energy in institutionally managed buildings. Historic Environment: Policy and Practice, 5, 2, 167-181.

Agkathidis, A. 2018. Sustainable Retrofits: Post War Residential Towers in Britain. Routledge, London.

Akande, Oluwafemi Kehinde 2015. Energy Performance and Improvement Potentials for Selected Heritage Building Adaptation in England. British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, 5, 3, 189-201. 

Akande, Oluwafemi Kehinde 2014. Energy efficiency for sustainable reuse of public heritage buildings: The case for research. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, 9, 2, 237-250.

Akande, Oluwafemi Kehinde 2015. Factors influencing operational energy performance and refurbishment of UK listed church buildings : towards a strategic management framework. PhD, Anglia Ruskin University.

Aktas, Y. D., D’Ayala, D., Erkal, A., Stephenson,V. 2015. Environmental performance assessment using monitoring and DVS testing. Proceedings of the ICEEngineering History and Heritage, 168, 1, 3-16. 

Atkinson, J. K. 2014. Environmental conditions for the safeguarding of collections: A background to the current debate on the control of relative humidity and temperature. Studies in Conservation, 59, 4, 205-212.

Berg, F., Flyen, A.C., Godbolt, Å.L., Broström, T. 2017. User-driven energy efficiency in historic buildings: A review. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 28, 188-195. 

Brooks, E., Law, A., Huang, L. 2014. A comparative analysis of retrofitting historic buildings for energy efficiency in the UK and China. DISP, 50, 3, 66-75. 

Caroline, C. 2017. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Heat Pumps. Historic England.

Carroll, R. 2012. Ryder: Sustainable Architecture. RIBA Publishing, London.

Crockford, D. 2014. Sustaining Our Heritage: The Way Forward for Energy-Efficient Historic Housing Stock. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 5, 2, 196-209. 

Daly, C. 2016. The design of a legacy indicator tool for measuring climate change related impacts on built heritage. Heritage Science, 4, 1. BioMed Central Ltd. 

De Berardinis, P., Bartolomucci, C., Capannolo, L., De Vita, M., Laurini, E., Marchionni, C. 2018. Instruments for assessing historical built environments in emergency contexts: Non-destructive techniques for sustainable recovery. Buildings, 8, 2. 

Erkal, A., D’Ayala, D., Stephenson, V. 2013. Evaluation of environmental impact on historical stone masonry through on-site monitoring appraisal. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 46, 4, 449458. 

Forster, A. M., Fernie, S., Carter, K., Walker, P., Thomson, D. 2015. Innovation in low carbon construction technologies. Structural Survey, 33, 1, 52-72.

Fouseki, K., Cassar, M. 2014. Energy Efficiency in Heritage Buildings: Future Challenges and Research Needs. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 5, 2, 95-100. 

Gharib, R. Y. 2014. Sustainable assessment tool of historic centers: The cases of Bath and Cambridge. ArchnetIJAR, 8, 1, 108-119. 

Gigliarelli, E., Calcerano, F., Cessari, L. 2016. Implementation Analysis and Design for Energy Efficient Intervention on Heritage Buildings. Ioannides M. et al. (eds) Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection. EuroMed 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10058, 91103.

Guerrero Baca, L.F., Soria López, F.J. 2018. Traditional architecture and sustainable conservation. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 8, 2, 194-206. 

Hargreaves, A. 2017. Forecasting how residential urban form affects the regional carbon savings and costs of retrofitting and decentralized energy supply. Applied Energy, 186, 3, 549-561.

Heathcote, J., Fluck, H., Wiggins, M. 2017. Predicting and Adapting to Climate Change: Challenges for the Historic Environment. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 8, 2, 89-100. 

Herrera Gutierrez-Avellanosa, D. 2016. Energy efficiency improvements in traditional buildings : exploring the role of user behaviour in the hygrothermal performance of solid walls. PhD, Robert Gordon University.

Kayan, B. A. 2013. Green maintenance for historic masonry buildings : a life cycle assessment approach. PhD, Heriot-Watt University. 

Kayan, B. A., Forster, A. M., Banfill, P. F. G. 2016. Green Maintenance for historic masonry buildings: an option appraisal approach. Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, 5, 2, 143-164. 

Lucchi, E., Tabak, M., Troi, A. 2017. The “Cost Optimality” Approach for the Internal Insulation of Historic Buildings. Energy Procedia, 133, 412-423. 

Makrodimitri, M. 2017. Sustainability and heritage conservation : a study of the problems of heating and thermal comfort in churches in the UK. University of Cambridge.

Makrodimitri, M., CampbellJ. W. P., Steemers, K. 2012. Sustainability and heritage conservation: Assessment of environmental performance and energy management for historic churches. 12, 353-364. 

Marie Stuart, C. 2014. Managing or driving change? Establishing consensus of opinion on improving the energy efficiency of historic buildings. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 5, 2, 182-195. 

Martínez-Molina, A., Tort-Ausina, I., Cho, S., Vivancos, J.L. 2016. Energy efficiency and thermal comfort in historic buildings: A review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 61, 70-85.

McAllister, D. A. 2016. Environmental controls on sandstone decay : the impact of climate and changing dynamics. PhD, Queen’s University Belfast.

McCaig, I 2018. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: How to Improve Energy Efficiency. Historic England, Swindon.

Mohammadpourkarbasi, H. 2013. The eco-refurbishment of a 19th Century terraced house: energy and cost performance for current and future UK climates. Buildings, 3, 220-224. 

Mohammadpourkarbasi, H. 2015. The eco-refurbishment of a 19th century terraced house : energy, carbon and cost performance for current and future UK climates. PhD, University of Liverpool.

Moran, F. 2014. Benchmarking the energy use of historic dwellings in Bath and the role for retrofit and LZC technologies to reduce CO2 emissions. PhD, University of Bath. 

Moran, F., Blight, T., Natarajan, S., Shea, A. 2014. The use of Passive House Planning Package to reduce energy use and CO 2 emissions in historic dwellings. Energy and Buildings, 75, 216-227. 

Moran, F., Natarajan, S. 2015. PV in historic dwellings: The potential to reduce domestic CO2 emissions. Journal of Building Engineering, 3, 70-78. 

Moran, F., Natarajan, S., Nikolopoulou, M. 2012. Developing a database of energy use for historic dwellings in Bath, UK. Energy and Buildings, 55, 218-226.

Morris, B. 2014. In defence of oblivion: The case of Dunwich, Suffolk. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20, 2, 196-216.

Munarim, U., Ghisi, E. 2016. Environmental feasibility of heritage buildings rehabilitation. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 58, 235-249.

Newman, C. 2017. Reducing Energy Use in Traditional Dwellings: Analysis of Four Solid Wall Houses in Reading. Historic England, Swindon.

Norrström, H. 2013. Sustainable and Balanced Energy Efficiency and Preservation in Our Built Heritage. Sustainability, 5, 6, 2623-2643.

Onoufriou, T., Kyriakides, M. A., Berberidis, K., Chryssanthopoulos, M. K., Kalis, A. 2012. SmartENSmart management for sustainable built environment including bridges, structures and infrastructure systems. Bridge Maintenance, Safety, Management, Resilience and Sustainability Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management, 290-297. 

Pankhurst, C., Harris, A. 2013. Conservation and Innovation: The Challenge of ‘Eco’ Renovation in Heritage Buildings. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 19, 1, 18-34.

Pelsmakers, S. 2017. Recent Approaches to Sustainable Retrofit of Victorian Houses. In Guillery, P., Kroll, D. Mobilising housing histories : learning from London’s past, 177-191. RIBA Publishing, London.

Perez-Monserrat, E. M., Varas-Muriel, M. J., De Buergo, A., Fort, R. 2016. Black layers of decay and color patterns on heritage limestone as markers of environmental change. Geosciences (Switzerland), 6, 4, 1-15.

Pickles, D. 2015. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Advice for Domestic Energy Assessors and Green Deal Advisors. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2015. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Energy Performance Certificates. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2015. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Pitched Roofs at Rafter Level. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2015. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Timber-framed Walls. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Draught-proofing Windows and Doors. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Early Cavity Walls. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Pitched Roofs at Ceiling Level. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Dormer Windows. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Flat Roofs. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Solid Ground Floors. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Solid Walls. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Thatched Roofs. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating Suspended Timber Floors. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Open Fires, Chimneys and Flues. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2016. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Secondary Glazing for Windows. Historic England, Swindon.

Pickles, D. 2017. Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Application of Part L of the Building Regulations to Historic and Traditionally Constructed Buildings. Historic England, Swindon.

Po’leary, T., Duffy, A., Menzies, G. 2016. Using hygrothermal analysis in the sustainable renovation of historic buildings. Central Europe Towards Sustainable Building 2016: Innovations for Sustainable Future, 237-244. 

Schibuola, L.i, Scarpa, M., Tambani, C. 2018. Innovative technologies for energy retrofit of historic buildings: An experimental validation. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 30, 147-154.

Seirafi, S., Fouseki. K. Heritage Conservation and Sustainable Development in Sacred Places: Towards a New Approach. In Albert M. T., Bandarin F., Pereira Roders A. (eds). Going Beyond. Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies No. 2, 115-131. Springer, Cham.

Smith, O. 2014. Balancing Heritage and Environmental Policies for Sustainable Refurbishment of Historic Buildings: The Case of New Court, Trinity College, Cambridge. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 5, 2, 116-131. 

Suhr, M., Hunt, R. 2019. Old house eco handbook a practical guide to retrofitting for energy-efficiency and sustainability. White Lion Publishing.

Sunikka-Blank, M., Galvin, R. 2016. Irrational homeowners? How aesthetics and heritage values influence thermal retrofit decisions in the United Kingdom. Energy Research and Social Science, 11, 97-108. 

Troi, A., Bastian, Z. 2015. Energy efficiency solutions for historical buildings: a handbook. Birkhauser, Basel.

UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage ongoing. Displaying the Public View on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings. UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage. 

Villacampa, A., Brebbia, C. A. 2013. Energy efficiency in heritage friendly buildings: A case study in the New Forest (UK). 176, 157-169. 

Watson, M. 2016. Rewarding the green: Inadvertent and intended impact on industrial heritage. CESB 2016 Central Europe Towards Sustainable Building 2016: Innovations for Sustainable Future, 0, 481-488. Grada Publishing.

Webb, A. L. 2017. Energy retrofits in historic and traditional buildings: A review of problems and methods. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 77, 748-759. 

Whitman, C. 2017. The distribution of historic timber-framed buildings in the UK and the impacts of their low energy retrofit. PhD, Cardiff University. 

Yarrow, T. 2016. Negotiating Heritage and Energy Conservation: An Ethnography of Domestic Renovation. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 7, 4, 340-351.