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Stephen Rosser

'Perspectives on the City of London's architecture in the age of global markets'.

An exploration of how the transformation of the City of London in architectural terms in the last thirty years has been discussed – both contemporaneously and retrospectively - by specialist architectural historians, critics and commentators and in wider public discourse; and in particular how far, and in what way, such discussion has interacted with debate on the development of the City’s role as a global financial centre.

Supervisors: Dr Leslie Topp and Professor Mark Crinson.