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Building Histories: Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Construction History Society

Edited by James W P Campbell, Michael Driver, Michael Heaton, Yiting Pan, Treve Rosoman, Michael Tutton, and David Yeomans

The proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Construction  History Society which took place on 7-9 April 2017 at Queens’ College, Cambridge, featuring 43 papers covering a wide variety of topics on subjects relating to the history of construction.

ISBN 978-0-9928751-3-8

534 pages

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Further Studies in the History of Construction: Proceedings of the Third Conference of the Construction History Society

Edited by James W P Campbell, Nicholas Bill, Michael Driver, Michael Heaton, Yiting Pan, Michael Tutton, Christine Wall and David Yeomans

Third Proceeding CoverThe proceedings of the Third conference of the Construction History Society, which took place on 8 to 12 April 2016 at Queens’ College, Cambridge, featuring 39 papers covering a wide variety of subjects on the theme of construction history.

492 pages, Paperback

ISBN 978-0-9928751-2-1

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Studies in Construction History: Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Construction History Society

Edited by James W P Campbell, Wendy Andrews, Karey Draper, Amy Boyington, Gabriel Byng, Amy DeDonato

Second Proceedings coverThe proceedings of second conference of the Construction History Society, which took place on 20 and 21 March 2015 at Queens’ College, Cambridge, featuring 28 papers covering a wide variety of subjects on the theme of construction history.

350 pages, Paperback

ISBN 978-0-992875114

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Proceedings of the First Conference of the Construction History Society

Edited by James W P Campbell, Wendy Andrews, Nicholas Bill, Karey Draper, Patrick Fleming and Yiting Pan

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The proceedings of the first conference of the Construction   History Society, which took place on 11 and 12 April 2014 at Queens’ College, Cambridge, featuring 48 papers covering a wide variety of subjects on the theme of construction history.

482 pages, Paperback

ISBN 978-0-9928751-0-7

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You can purchase also back issues of the journal and books here. Individual papers can be downloaded from JSTOR here. Use this page to buy whole volumes. To search the contents of past volumes download our searchable contents list.

CHS vol 26

Journal No. 26,  2011

Price: £10 for members; £15 for non-members

Contents

ADDIS, Bill & BULLOCK, Nick Editorial.
BERTELS, Inge Building Contractors in late-Nineteenth-century Belgium: from Craftsmen to Contractors.
SCHOENEFELDT, Henrik The use of scientific experimentation in developing the glazing for the Palm House at Kew.
MORICE, Peter A sketch of Wexham Springs history: the early years of the Cement and Concrete Association, 1948-58.
RABENECK, Andrew Building for the future – schools fit for our children.
GUILLERME, André Enclosing Nature in the City: supplying light and water to Paris, 1770-1840.
PEPPER, Simon Abstracts of periodical literature
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CHS Journal 25004Journal No. 25,  2010

Price: £10 for members; £15 for non-members

Contents

WENZEL, Fritz Investigations into the construction and repair history of the Hagia Sophia.
SINOPOLI, Anna No Tension behaviour and Best Shape of Pseudo-Vaults.
THOM, Colin Fine veneers, army boots and tinfoil: New light on Marc Isambard Brunel’s activities in Battersea.
LESLIE, Thomas “Built Mostly of Itself”: The Chicago Brick Industry and the Masonry Skyscraper in the Late 19th Century.
BOWEN, Brian The building of the British Westinghouse Electric and manufacturing plant, Trafford Park, Manchester, 1901-2: an Early Example of Transatlantic Co-operation in Construction Management.
SUTHERLAND, James Revival of structural timber in Britain after 1945.
DEREGIBUS, Carlo & PUGNALE, Alberto The church of Longuelo by Pino Pizzigoni: design and construction of an experimental structure.

 

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