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Andrew Budge

Change in Architectural Style: The adoption of macro- and micro-architectural motifs in 14th-century collegiate churches in England and Wales.

An exploration of the question "Why does architectural style change?”, including a re-examination of the changes in 14th-century ecclesiastical architecture using a dataset of the 66 collegiate churches founded in the century, a critique of the commonly-cited causes of change, and development of alternative explanations.

Supervisor: Dr Zoe Opacic