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Complete List of JSC Publications (refereed items asterisked *)

Sole-Authored Books by JSC

European Cities and Society. The Influence of Political Climate on Town Design (London: Leonard Hill, 1970).  ISBN 0 249 43994 8. Another edition published in paperback in 1972. ISBN 0 249 44109 8

The Victorian Celebration of Death (Newton Abbot: David and Charles [Publishers] Ltd., 1972).  ISBN 0 7153 5446 9. The first comprehensive study of the design of Victorian cemeteries, including their architecture, planting, and planning, to be published

Victorian Architecture: Its Practical Aspects (Newton Abbot: David and Charles [Holdings] Ltd., 1973). ISBN 0 7153 6027 2

The Cemeteries and Burial Grounds of Glasgow (City of Glasgow District Council Parks Department, as a contribution to European Architectural Heritage Year 1975). Non-ISBN

Ironwork in Glasgow A pamphlet concerning cast- iron features of the Victorian era in Glasgow (The Scottish Civic Trust for European Architectural Heritage Year 1975). Non-ISBN

The Erosion of Oxford (Oxford: Oxford Illustrated Press Ltd., 1977). ISBN 0 9022 80 40 6. A study of how the fabric of the humbler buildings has deteriorated through blight, official policies. demolitions, and gradual changes

English Architecture: an Illustrated Glossary (Newton Abbot: David and Charles [Publishers] Ltd., 1977). ISBN 0 7153 7110 X. A comprehensive dictionary of architectural terms, fully illustrated, aimed at the conservationist approach

Mausolea in Ulster (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 1978) A comprehensive illustrated study of Mausolea in Northern Ireland.  Non-ISBN

MONEYMORE AND DRAPERSTOWN. The Architecture and Planning of the Ulster Estates of the DRAPERS’ COMPANY (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 1979). Non-ISBN

A Celebration of Death. An introduction to some of the buildings, monuments, and settings of funerary architecture in the Western European tradition (London: Constable & Co. Ltd., and New York: Scribners, 1980). ISBN 0 09 463000 3

Classical Churches in Ulster (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 1980). Non-ISBN

The History, Architecture, and Planning of the Estates of the Fishmongers’ Company in Ulster (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 1981). Non-ISBN

The Egyptian Revival. An introductory study of a recurring theme in the history of taste (London, Boston, and Sydney: George Allen & Unwin [Publishers] Ltd., 1982). ISBN 0‑04‑724001 6

The Life and Work of Henry Roberts, Architect (1803-76). The Evangelical Conscience and the Campaign for Model Housing and Healthy Nations (London and Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd., 1983). ISBN 0 85033 446 2

Winchester Walks (Southampton: Paul Cave Publications Ltd, 1983). ISBN 0‑86146‑038‑3

The Londonderry Plantation 1609-1914. The History, Architecture, and Planning of the Estates of the City of London in Ulster (Chichester: Phillimore & Co Ltd, 1986). ISBN 0‑85033-577-9

English Architecture: an Illustrated Glossary (Newton Abbot: David & Charles Publishers plc, 1987). New revised edition of the book originally published in 1977. ISBN 0-7153-8887-8

English Architecture: an Illustrated Glossary (Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Edmonton. & Vancouver: Fitzhenry & Whiteside Ltd, 1987). ISBN 0-88902-943-1 

Victorian Architecture (Newton Abbot: David & Charles Publishers plc, 1990). ISBN 0‑7153-9144-5

Simon Stringer, Sculptor Catalogue of Exhibition at the Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham (Uppingham: Goldmark Gallery, 1990). ISBN 1-870507-09-6 

The Art and Architecture of Freemasonry. An Introductory Study (London: B T Batsford Ltd, 1991). Winner of the RIBA Sir Banister Fletcher Award for Best Book of the Year on Architecture, 1992. ISBN 0-7134-5827-5

The Art and Architecture of Freemasonry. An Introductory Study (Woodstock & New York: Overlook Press, 1993). ISBN 0-87951-494-9 

Classical Architecture. An Introduction to Its Vocabulary and Essentials, with a Select Glossary of Terms (London: B T Batsford Ltd, 1992). ISBN 0-7134-6772-X

Victorian Architecture (Newton Abbot: David & Charles Publishers plc, 1992) Paperback edition of the 1990 hardback. ISBN 0-7153-9144-5

Classical Architecture. An Introduction to its Vocabulary and Essentials, with a Select Glossary of Terms (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992). ISBN 0-442-30896-5

Encyclopaedia of Architectural Terms (Wimbledon, London: Donhead Publishing Ltd, 1993). ISBN 1-873394-04-7

Georgian Architecture (Newton Abbot: David & Charles Publishers plc, 1993). ISBN 0-7153-9851-2

A Celebration of Death. An Introduction to Some of the Buildings, Monuments, and Settings of Funerary Architecture in the Western European Tradition (London: B T Batsford Ltd, 1993). ISBN 0-7134-7336-3 

Egyptomania. The Egyptian Revival as a Recurring Theme in the History of Taste (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1994). ISBN 0-7190-4126-0 (hbk.) and 0‑7190-4127-9 (pbk.)

The English Heritage Book of Victorian Churches (London: B T Batsford Ltd & English Heritage, 1995). ISBN 0 7134 7491 2 and 0 17134 7490 4

Georgian Architecture (Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1996). ISBN 0 7153 9851 2. Paperback edition

Encyclopaedia of Architectural Terms (Shaftesbury: Donhead Publishing Ltd, 1997).  ISBN 1 873394 25 X

Oxford Dictionary of Architecture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999). ISBN 0-19-210006-8

Oxford Dictionary of Architecture  in the Oxford Paperback Reference Series (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000) ISBN 0-19-280017-5

The Honourable The Irish Society and the Plantation of Ulster, 1608-2000: The City of London and the Colonisation of County Londonderry in the Province of Ulster in Ireland. A History and Critique (Chichester: Phillimore & Co Ltd, 2000). ISBN 1 86077 136 X

The Victorian Celebration of Death (Thrupp, Stroud: Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000). ISBN 0 7509 2318 0

Classical Architecture. An Introduction to its Vocabulary and Essentials, with a Select Glossary of Terms (London: B. T. Batsford Ltd., 2001). ISBN 0 7134 86848

Classical Architecture. An Introduction to its Vocabulary and Essentials, with a Select Glossary of Terms (New York & London: W.W. Norton & Co. Inc., 2001). ISBN 0‑393-73119-7

The Art and Architecture of Freemasonry. An Introductory Study (London: B. T. Batsford Ltd., 2002). ISBN 0-7134-8745-3

The Art and Architecture of Freemasonry. An Introductory Study (Woodstock, NY: The Overlook Press, 2002). ISBN 1-58567-160-6

Piety Proclaimed. An Introduction to Places of Worship in Victorian England (London: Historical Publications Ltd., 2002). ISBN 0-948667-77-X

Death and Architecture. An Introduction to Funerary and Commemorative Buildings in the Western European Tradition, with Some Consideration of their Settings (Thrupp, Stroud: Sutton Publishing Ltd., 2002). ISBN 0-7509-2877-8

Georgian Architecture (Newton Abbot: David & Charles Ltd., 2002). ISBN 0-7153-0227‑2

The Victorian Celebration of Death (Thrupp, Stroud: Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2004). ISBN 0-7509-3973-0

The Egyptian Revival: Ancient Egypt as the Inspiration for Design Motifs in the West (Abingdon & New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2005). ISBN 9-78-0-415-36119-4 and 9-78-0-415-36118-7

A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006). ISBN 0-19-8606788 and 0-19-2806300

Victorian Architecture: Diversity & Invention (Reading: Spire Books Ltd., 2007). ISBN 078 1 904965 06 0

John Claudius Loudon (1783-1843) and the Cemetery Movement (Southampton: Friends of Southampton Old Cemetery 2008)

Two Outstanding Monuments in the General Cemetery of All Souls, Kensal Green: The French Connection and Other Matters. Special Issue liii of The Magazine of The Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery (September 2009) ISSN 1753-4402 (London: Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery)

Spas, Wells, and Pleasure-Gardens of London (London: Historical Publications Ltd, 2010). ISBN 978-1-905286-34-8

The Protestant Cemetery in Rome. Special Issue  lv of The Magazine of The Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery (January 2010) ISSN 1753-4402 (London: Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery)

Freemasonry & the Enlightenment: Architecture, Symbols, & Influences (London: Historical Publications Ltd, 2011) ISBN 978-1-905286-45-4

Georgian Architecture in the British Isles 1715-1830 (Swindon: English Heritage, 2011). ISBN 978-1-84802-086-3

Funerary Monuments and Memorials in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh (Whitstable: Historical Publications Ltd., 2013) ISBN 978-1-905286-49-2 and 978-1-905286-48-5

 

Edited Books & Contributions to Books by JSC

City of London Pubs. A Practical and Historical Guide (Newton Abbot: David and Charles [Holdings] Ltd., 1973). Written in conjunction with Timothy M. Richards. ISBN 0 7153 5958 4

Entries on Alberti (37-8), Berlage (171-2), Bernini (172-3), Bramante (174-5), Dudok (336-7), Haussmann (492-3), Le Corbusier (654-6), L’Enfant (662), May (669-70), Medieval Planning (673-6), Perret (805-6), Renaissance Planning (863-6), Saint-Simon (891) in The Encyclopedia of Urban Planning edited by Arnold Whittick (New York: McGraw Hill, 1974). ISBN 0-07-070075-3

Contributor of architectural descriptions and supervisor of all drawings for Vol. 37 of The Survey of London: Northern Kensington edited by F. H. W. Sheppard (London: Athlone Press for the Greater London Council,1973). ISBN 048548237 1

Contributor to Vol. 38 of The Survey of London edited by F. H. W. Sheppard (London: Athlone Press for the Greater London Council, 1975). ISBN 0 485 48238 X

Nunhead Cemetery, London. A History of the Planning, Architecture and Landscaping and Fortunes of a Great Nineteenth-Century Cemetery Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society (1977) subsequently published as a separate paper by the A.M.S.

The Architecture and Planning of the Nineteenth-Century Cemetery’ in Space for the Living or Space for the Dead? edited by Ellis Hillman (November 1977) 17-46

The Victorian Public Houses of Belfast’ in National Trust Studies 1980 edited by Gervase Jackson-Stops (London and New Jersey: Sotheby Parke Bernet Publications, 1979) 54-65. ISBN 0 85667 065 0

Contributor to Contemporary Architecture edited by Muriel Emanuel (London and Basingstoke: The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1980). Essays on Almqvist (29), Bakema (64), Beaudouin (81), Berlage (90), Bourgeois (113), Brinkman (120-1), Costa (170), Deilmann (198), de Klerk (199), Duiker (219), Lewerentz (469), May (525), Seifert (739), Speer (766-7), Tengbom (802), Williams-Ellis (889-90). ISBN 0333-25289-6

The ‘Introduction’ to a facsimile edition of John Claudius Loudon’s On the Laying Out, Planting, and Managing of Cemeteries, and on the Improvement of Churchyards, originally published in 1843 (Redhill, Surrey: Ivelet Books Ltd., 1981). ISBN 0 9507719 0 2

Contributor to the Macmillan Encyclopedia of Architects edited by Adolf K. Placzek (New York: The Free Press, and London: Collier Macmillan Publishers, 1982). Entries on (iBunning (332), (ii) Geary (181-2), (iii) Mulholland (249), and (iv) Walters (370). ISBN 0-02-925000-5

Contributor to Vol. 41 of The Survey of London edited by F. H. W. Sheppard (London: Athlone Press for the Greater London Council, 1983). ISBN 0-485-48241-X

Contributor to The Buildings of England series. London II South edited by Nikolaus Pevsner, Bridget Cherry, and Judy Nairn (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1983) ISBN 0-14-071047-7 

Contributor to Denis Masi, Deanna Petherbridge, Michael Sandle: Geometry of Rage edited by Rupert Martin (Bristol: Arnolfini Gallery, 1984) 36-8. ISBN 0 907738 09 5

Contributor to Charles Sergeant Jagger. War and Peace Sculpture edited by Ann Compton. Catalogue of the Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, 1 May-29 September 1985 and at the Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield, 19 October- 30 November 1985 (London: Imperial War Museum, 1985) 80-98. ISBN 0-901627-31-3 

Contributor to Influences in Victorian Art and Architecture edited by Sarah Macready and F. H. Thompson (Occasional Paper [New Series] vii, Society of Antiquaries of London, London, 1985)100-11. ISBN 0-500-99042-5 

Contributor to 0 Ewich is so Lanck. Die Historischen Friedhöfe in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Ein Werkstattbericht. Austellungskataloge des Landesarchivs Berlin 6 (Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung Beuermann GmbH, 1987) 267-82. Special Exhibition catalogue of funerary architecture and sculpture held as part of the celebrations surrounding the 750th  anniversary of the founding of Berlin. Landesarchiv, Berlin, 22 April-26 June 1987. ISBN 3-87584-204-9 

Contributor to Contemporary Architects edited by Ann Lee Morgan and Colin Naylor (Chicago and London: St James’s Press, 1987) Essays on Almqvist (26), Bakema (70-1), Beaudouin (85), Bourgeois (123), Brinkman (130), Costa (190), Deilmann (222), Grassi (343), Jeanneret (442-3), Lewerentz (532), May (581), Seifert (824), Tengbom (895-6), van Eesteren (940) and Williams-Ellis (988).  ISBN 0-912289-26-0 

Contributor to The Book of London edited by Michael Leapman (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1989) 136-6. ISBN 0-297-79624-0 

Contributor to the Catalogue of the Exhibition The Victorian Façade featuring the work of William Watkins & Son, Architects, of Lincoln (Lincoln: Lincoln College of Art & Design, 1990) 16-22. ISBN 0-9516340-0-3 

Contributor to Louis Visconti 1791-1853 edited by Françoise Hamon and Charles MacCallum (Délégation a 1’Action Artistique de la Ville de Paris, Paris, 1991) 162-7. ISBN 2-905118-38-5 

Contributor to Proceedings of Conference on Egyptian influences outside Egypt, held in Bologna, 26-29 March 1990, published later in L’Egitto fuori dell’Egitto. Dalla Riscoperta all’Egittologia (Bologna, 1991) 89-96. Non-ISBN

Contributor to Contemporary Masterworks edited by Colin Naylor (London: St James’s Press, 1991) Essays on Bofill (315), Brinkman (321), Gropius (355), and Stirling (475). ISBN 55862-083-4

Contributor to The Rattle of the North: An Anthology of Ulster Prose edited by Patricia Craig (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1992) 29-36. ISBN 0-85640-464-0

Contributor to Companion to Contemporary Architectural Thought edited by Ben Farmer and Hentie Louw (London and New York: Routledge, 1993) 220-6. ISBN 0-415-01022-5

Contributor to International Dictionary of Architects and Architecture edited by Randall van Vynckt (Detroit, London, and Washington DC: St James’s Press, 1993) Essays on Almqvist (20), Adam Brothers (38), Bähr (48-50), Basevi (61), Bentley (72-4), Campbell (142-4), Chambers (154-5), Cuvilliés (179-81), Dance (186), the Dientzenhofers (211-2), Erdmannsdorff (243-4), Feuchtmayer (255-6), Fischer (259-60), Fischer von Erlach (261-4), Gandon (294), von Gärtner (298), Gilly (316-7), Holland (404-5), von Klenze (466-7), von Knobelsdorff (467-9), Langhans (481-2), Moosbrugger (591-2), Mulholland (598), Pearce (651-2), Pöppelmann (684-5), Prandtauer (695-6), Rennie (723-4), Repton (727-8), Roberts (735-6), Schinkel (797-8), Schlüter (799-800), Stuart (862-3), Taylor (877-8), the Thumbs (896-7), Weinbrenner (982-3), the Zimmermanns (1014-5), Brandenburg Gate, Berlin (309-11), Neue Wache, Berlin (317-8), Custom House, Dublin (533-4), Marktplatz, Lübeck (335-6), Amalienburg, Munich (336-8), Königsbau, Munich (338-9), Michaelskirche, Munich (339-42), Propyläen, Munich (343-5), Asamkirche, Munich (345‑7), Nikolaikirche, Potsdam (350-2), Sans Souci, Potsdam (352-4), Wallfahrtskirche  Steinhausen (355-6), Wallfahrtskirche Vierzehnheiligen (362-4), Abbey Church, Weingarten (346-6), Schloss Mirabell, Salzburg (103-4), The Belvedere, Vienna (105-7), Hofburg, Vienna (107-9), Karlskirche, Vienna (110-111), Piaristenkirche Maria Treu, Vienna (113-4), and Schloss Schönbrunn, Vienna (120-1). ISBN 1-55862-088-5 

Contributor to Una Arquitectura para la Muerte. I Encuentro Internacional Sobre Los Cementerios Contemporaneos. Actas. Proceedings of the Conference held in Seville, June 1991 (Junta de Andalucia, 1993) 143-57. ISBN 84-8095-013-7 

Contributor to Contemporary Architects edited by Muriel Emanuel (Detroit and London: St James Press, 1994) Essays on Beaudouin (95), Costa (202), Deilmann (236), Jeanneret (482), May (628), and van Eesteren (993). ISBN 1-55862-182-2

Contributor to L’Égyptomanie à  l’épreuve de l’archéologie: Actes du colloque international organisé au musée du Louvre par le Service culturel les 8 et 9 Avril 1994 sous la direction scientifique de Jean-Marcel Humbert (Brussels: Éditions du Gram and Paris: Musée du Louvre, 1996) 345-65. ISBN 90 5349 148 1

Contributor to The Dictionary of Art (London & New York: Macmillan, 1996). Essays on ‘Cemeteryvi, 165-7, and ‘J. C. Loudonix, 719-20. ISBN 1-884446-00-0 

Contributor to Culture and Identity in Late 20th-Century Scotland edited by Lester Borley (Phantassie: Tuckwell Press, 1998) 203-13. ISBN 1 86232 041 1 

Contributor to A Republic for the Ages. The United States Capitol and the Political Culture of the Early Republic edited by Donald R Kennon (Charlottesville, Va.: University Press of Virginia, 1999) 214-67. ISBN 0-8139-1795-6

Contributor to Een Introductie tot de zorg voor het Funerair Erfgoed. Verlagsboek edited by Herman Balthazar (Brussels: Vlaamse Contactcommissie Monumentenzorg, 1999) 9‑21. ISBN 90-761 50

Catalogue essay, ‘Giovanni Battista Piranesi: an introductory essay’ in the Catalogue of the Exhibition Giovanni Battista Piranesi: Fantasies, Views and Fragments (Uppingham, Rutland: Goldmark Gallery, 2000), 5-9. ISBN 1 870507 40 1 hbk. and 1 870407 45 2 pbk

Kensal Green Cemetery. The Origins & Development of the General Cemetery of All Souls, Kensal Green, London, 1824-2001 (Edited) (Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd., 2001). ISBN 1 86077 1947

Introductory Essay to Irish Cathedrals, Churches, and Abbeys edited by Brendan O’Neill (London: Caxton Editions, 2002). ISBN 1 84067 416 4

Introductory Essay to Irish Castles and Historic Houses edited by Brendan O’Neill (London: Caxton Editions, 2002). ISBN 1 84067 417 2

William Parratt’ in The Derry Anthology, edited by Sean McMahon (Belfast: Blackstaff Press Ltd), 96. ISBN 0-85640-726-7

Foreword to Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction by Nikos A. Salingaros, with Christopher Alexander, Brian Hanson, Michael Mehaffy, and Terry M. Mikiten (Solingen: Umbau-Verlag, 2004). ISBN 3-937954-01-5

Introductory Essay in Italian Memorial Sculpture 1820-1940. A Legacy of Love by Sandra Berresford, with photographs by Robert W. Fichter and Robert Freidus (London: Frances Lincoln, 2004). ISBN 0 7112 2384 X

Symbolism in Eighteenth-Century Gardens: Some Observations’ in Symbolism in 18th-Century Gardens: The Influence of Intellectual and Esoteric Currents, such as Freemasonry edited by Jan A M Snoek, Monika Scholl, and Andréa A Kroon (Den Haag: OVN 2006) 25-67. ISBN-10: 90-807778-3-8 and ISBN-13: 978-90-807778-3-5

L’architecture de la franc-maçonnerie dans les Îles Britanniques’ in Architectures maçonniques (Brussels: Archives d’Architecture Moderne, 2006) 19-39. ISBN 2-87143-168-X and ISBN 978-2-87143-168-8

Contributor to Knockbreda: its Monuments & People (Belfast: The Follies Trust 2009) 36-9.

Henry Roberts (1803-76) architect and housing reformer: Evangelical, family, and other connectionsand Acrobatic Gothic, freely treated: the rise and fall of Bassett Keeling (1837-86)’ in The Practice of Architecture: Eight Architects 1830-1930 edited by Christopher Webster (Reading: Spire Books 2012) 14-47 and 106-143. ISBN 978-1-904965-35-0  

The Language of Classical Architecture’ in The Art of Classical Details: Theory, Design, and Craftsmanship by Phillip James Dodd (Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing 2013) 35-9. ISBN 978 1864 70233

Contributor to Le Monde maçonnique des Lumières: Dictionnaire  prosopographique edited by Cécile Révauger & Charles Porset (Paris: Honoré Champion 2013) ISBN 978-2-7453-2496-2

Contributor to The Encyclopedia of The Gothic edited by William Hughes, David Punter, & Andrew Smith i (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell 2013) 38-45. ISBN 978-1-4051-8290-4

Contributor to Handbook of Freemasonry edited by Henrik Bogdan & Jan A. M. Snoek (Leiden & Boston: Brill 2014) 557-605. ISBN 978-90-04-21833-8

Contributor to Art & Architecture of Ireland iv Architecture 1600-2000 edited by Rolf Loeber, Hugh Campbell, Livia Hurley, John Montague, & Ellen Rowley (Dublin, New Haven, & London: Yale UP for The Royal Irish Academy & The Paul Mellon Centre 2014)

Joint-Authored Papers

‘E. Bassett Keeling’ (with John Sambrook). Architectural History: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain 16 (1973) 60-9, Figs. 26a-32. ISSN 0066-622X

‘E. Bassett Keeling – A Postscript’ (with John Sambrook) Architectural History: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain 42 (1999) 307-15. ISSN 0066-622X

 

Articles & Sundry Contributions to Journals, etc., by JSC

‘Baroque and Rococo in the South German Lands’ Germania 2 (1963-4) 2-6

‘St Pancras Station Hotel’ The Architects’ Journal (15 February 1967) 401

‘Ruined’ (letter about the Euston ‘Arch’) The Sunday Times (1 October 1967)

‘Highgate: A Great Victorian Cemetery’ Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects 75/4 (April 1968) 179-83

Cover-design drawings and articles in Oxford Mail Modern Home Supplement (4 April 1962; 2 May 1967; 30 April 1968; 29 April 1970; 11 May 1971)

The first of a long series of articles in the Oxford Mail under the pseudonym ‘Adytum’ (25 October 1968) entitled ‘The Erosion of Oxford’. This first series ended on 21 February 1969, and there were subsequent articles published throughout the early 1970s. The series was collected and published as The Erosion of Oxford in 1977 (see 5.1.6)

*‘The Victorians Considered as Functionalists’ Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects 76/1 (January 1969) 16-21

‘Fussgängerpassage’ Bauwelt 15 (14 April 1969) 471

*‘The Relationship between Economic and Physical Planning’ Official Architecture and Planning 32/5 (May 1969) 587-95

‘Victoriana in Ulster PubsCountry Life (15 May 1969 ) 1246-9

*‘Towards a National Plan’ Official Architecture and Planning 32/8 (August 1969) 936‑9

‘Irland: eine empfindsame Reise’ Bauwelt 40 (6 October 1969) 1333-7

‘Manchester’s Victorian Heritage’ Country Life (26 February 1970) 482-4

*‘Decadence in four 20th-Century Operas’ The Music Review xxxi/2 (May 1970) 158‑62

*‘The Future of Wytham Village’ Oxford, The Journal of The Oxford Society xiii/2 (May 1970) 89-97 

*‘A Threat to Oxford’ The Oxford Magazine 4 Trinity (22 May 1970) 260

*‘The Essence of Oxford’s Townscape’ The Oxford Magazine  8 Trinity (19 June 1970) 312‑4

‘Oxford in Danger’ Isis: The University of Oxford Magazine (15 June 1970) 5

*‘Further Thoughts on Oxford’s Townscape’ The Oxford Magazine 1 Michaelmas (16 October 1970) 5-6

‘The Townscape of Mistley and Manningtree’ Town and Country Planning 38/8 (September 1970 ) 392-7

*‘Policy for Recreation: the need for a National Plan’ Official Architecture and Planning 33/10 (October 1970) 851-4

‘Whatever happened to the London Pub?’ The Architect and Building News (19 November 1970 ) 59-61

‘An Easter Re-Arising’ The Oxford Magazine 4 Michaelmas (6 November 1970) 60

‘A cry for London’ The Architect and Building News vii/8 (7 January 1971) 38-41

‘Jack the Ripper Country – Spitalfields’ The Guardian (13 January 1971)

‘Sweet Thames, Run Softly’ The Guardian (6 February 1971)

‘Limehouse Blued?’ The Guardian (27 February 1971)

‘Symbolism and the Springs of Creative Invention’ The Architect i/3 (April 1971) 34-7

‘Challenge of Clerkenwell I Lessons of A Georgian Suburb’ Country Life (8 April 1971) 800-892

‘Challenge of Clerkenwell II Lessons of A Georgian Suburb’ Country Life (22 April 1971) 969-72 

‘Lessons of Dutch Townscape I’ Country Life (3 June 1971) 1352-4

‘Lessons of Dutch Townscape II Compactness and Unity’ Country Life (10 June 1971) 1459-62

Illustrations for ‘Restoring Highgate Cemetery’ Country Life (5 August 1971) 334-6

‘Works of Art in Memoriam’ Country Life (9 September 1971) 634-5

‘Elizabethan Oasis’ The Architect (September 1971) 60-1

*‘The Changing Village’ Official Architecture and Planning  34/11 (November 1971) 857‑8

‘The Erosion of Canterbury’ Town and Country Planning 39/11 (November 1971)

‘Worcestershire Rococo’ Written under the pseudonym ‘E. B. Keeling’ The Architect (October 1971) 60-1

‘Taking the Waters in London 1 Old Spas North of the Thames’ Country Life (2 December 1971) 1534-8

‘Taking the Waters in London II In Search of Health and Pleasure Old Spas South of the Thames’ Country Life (9 December 1971)1669-73

‘Saving the Ancient Trackways’ Country Life (30 December 1971) 1826-8

Regular contributions on aspects of architecture and environment (London) in This Month in London the magazine of the British Tourist Authority, including ‘Best Buildings’ (July 1971) 52-4; ‘Clerkenwell and Islington’ (January 1972) 113-5; ‘Chiswick and Richmond’ (February 1972) 18-19; ‘Jack the Ripper, Petticoat Lane, and Points East’ (September 1972) 4-9

‘Dudok and the Modern Movement’ Country Life Annual (1972) 104-7

Illustration ‘Letzte Seite’ Bauwelt 4 (24 January 1972) 162

 ‘A Victorian Model Town, Saltaire, Yorkshire’ Country Life (9 March 1972) 542-4

*‘St. Clement’s’ Oxford The Journal of The Oxford Society xxiv/3 (May 1972) 

‘Churches and Halls of Ulster’ The Architect (April 1972) 40-43

‘Stepney Rediscovered’ Country Life (4 May 1972) 1078-80

‘The Vanished Gin Palaces’ Country Life (22 June 1972) 1598-1600

‘Gothic Freely Treated’ (with John Sambrook) The Architect (August 1972) 40-42

‘Where Curll the Printer Stood’ Country Life (16 November 1972) 1306-8

‘On Foot in West Germany The Pleasures of a Walking Holiday’ Country Life (15 February 1973) 378-80

‘XIX Century Funerary Architecture’ The Architect (February 1973) 49-52

‘Burford By-Pass’ Country Life (29 March 1973) 856. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Dockland Reflections’ The Architect (May 1973) 49-52

‘The Queen of the Hanse. Lübeck, West Germany’ Country Life (30 August 1973) 562‑4

Letter in The Architect (October 1973) 57

Contributions to The Scotsman, Project Scotland, The Journal of the RTPI, Gleam, The Leopard, etc

‘Under Threat from the Sea Southwold, Suffolk’ Country Life (13 December 1973) 1994‑6

‘European Architectural Heritage Year 1975’ The Scottish Civic Trust Year Book 1/1 (1973)

*‘The Destruction of Towns’ The Ecologist 4/1 (January 1974) 4-7

‘Life in Gnomeland’ RIBA Journal (formerly Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects) lxxxi (January 1974) 17

‘Urban Life in the Victorian Age’ Country Life (23 May 1974) 1295

‘Aspects of Scottish Architecture and Townscape’  The Architect (May 1974) 36-9

*‘Mozart Considered as a Jacobin’ The Music Review (August 1974)

 ‘European Architectural Heritage Year’ Glasgow Local Education Authority Magazine (GLEAM) ii/12 (September 1974) 90-1

‘Preserving Scotland’s glories. E.A.H.Y. 1975’ Country Life (8 August 1974) 342-4

‘Swedish Singers at Edinburgh’ Country Life (19 September 1974) 791

‘Scotland’s Spectacular Cemeteries’ Country Life (3 October 1974 ) 950-4

‘A Forgotten London Parish. Saving Spitalfields’ Country Life (14 November 1974) 1426‑8. ISSN 0045 8856

‘A New Home for Scottish Opera’ Country Life (28 November 1974) 1634-5. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Shetland’s Nordic Capital: Conservation in Lerwick’ Country Life (13 February 1975) 366‑8. ISSN 0045 8856

Series of twelve biographies of Famous Scottish Architects for a pack of twelve reproductions of Portraits in the Collections of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. This pack was published by Grand Design Ltd. in collaboration with the Scottish Civic Trust to celebrate European Architectural Heritage Year 1975

‘Fordyce Facelift’ Leopard: The Grampian Magazine i/6 (February 1975) 30-32

‘Saving a Victorian Burial-Ground. Nunhead Cemetery, South London’ Country Life (17 July 1975) 146-8. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Conserving Orkney’s Heritage’ Country Life (7 August 1975) 348-50. ISSN 0045 8856

*‘The Architecture and Planning of the Nineteenth-Century CemeteryGarden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society iii/3 ( Summer 1975) 13-41. ISSN 0307-1243

‘A Victorian Coastal Arcadia. Clevedon, Somerset’ Country Life (2 October 1975) 830-2. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Scottish Opera at Home’ Country Life (6 November 1975) 1213. ISSN 0045 8856

‘A Story of Mixed Fortunes: the Ladbroke Estate Development’ Country Life (13 November 1975) 1278-80. ISSN 0045 8856

‘The Heritage of Glasgow’ Country Life (11 December 1975) 1654-6. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Preservation in a Troubled Land’ Country Life (18 December 1975) 1747. ISSN 0045 8856

*‘The Modern Movement in Architecture: What went wrong’ The Scottish Review i/1 (Winter 1975) 3-11

‘Pressures on an Island Town. Millport, Greater Cumbrae, Scotland’ Country Life (4 March 1976) 514-6. ISSN 0045 8856

‘The Plight of Highgate Cemetery’ Country Life (1 April 1976) 848-50. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Antrim’s Discreet Holiday ResortCountry Life (6 May 1976) 1208-9. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Threats from Above and Below. Amsterdam: A City in Danger’ Country Life (26 August 1976 ) 522-4. ISSN 0045 8856

‘One of Devon’s Greatest Glories. Ottery St Mary Church’ Country Life (9 September 1976) 686-8. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Taking the Waters in London. Old Spas, Wells, and Baths’ Country Life (11 November 1976) 1386-90. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Spas on the City’s Fringes’ Country Life (18 November 1976) 1499-1502. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Victorian Garden Village. Port Sunlight. Merseyside’ Country Life (16 December 1976) 1822-4. ISSN 0045 8856

‘A Chartist Estate in Hertfordshire. Heronsgate, formerly O’Connorville’ Country Life (3 March 1977) 524-5. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Nijmegen: a town in danger?’ Country Life (14 April 1977) 946-8. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Broxbourne’s high quality Victorian estate’ Hertfordshire Countryside 32/221 (September 1977) 24-6. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Europe’s Grandest Cemetery? the Staglieno, Genoa’ Country Life (15 September 1977) 700‑1. ISSN 0045 8856

'An Indictment of Bad Planning. Mile End New town, London’ Country Life (10 November 1977) 1350-2. ISSN 0045 8856

Building in Conservation Areas. Text of paper given at Moot Hall, Colchester, Essex (1977). Faculty of Building, East Anglia Branch

‘Restoration of a late-Victorian house in Glasgow’ Architect: James Stevens Curl The Architect (December 1977) 53

‘Scotland’s Cities of the Dead’ The Architect (January 1978) 20-22

‘Saving the Islands. Kirkwall and Stromness’ The Architect (February 1978) 36-8

‘Europe’s First Modern City, Ferrara, Northern Italy’ Country Life (30 March 1978) 822-4. ISSN 0045 8856

‘An Urban Necropolis. The Cemetery of Père-Lachaise, Paris’ Country Life (25 May 1978) 1511-3. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Padua Portrayed’ The Architect  (June 1978) 39-42

‘Built in Remembrance. Mausolea in Ulster’ Country Life (13 July 1978) 126-7. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Lerwick, Shetland’ The Architect (August  1978) 15-18

‘The City. A Contemporary Ideal’ The Architect (September 1978 ) 63-6

‘The Victorian Necropolis’ Official Report of the 37th Joint Conference of Burial and Cremation Authorities (5-7 September 1978) 8-18

‘Rothesay, Bute’ The Architect (October 1978) 64-5

‘Limehouse’s Identity in Danger’ Country Life (16 November 1978) 1654-9. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Conservation in Lerwick’ Country Life (11 January 1979) 80. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Back to Stepney, with Fears Confirmed’ Country Life (17 May 1979) 1574-6. ISSN 0045 8856

 ‘Mixed Fortunes for a London Estate. The Norland Estate, North Kensington’ Country Life (14 June 1979) 1955-8. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Thomas Hardy’s Casterbridge. Dorchester, Dorset’ Country Life (21 June 1979) 2023-4. ISSN 0045 8856

‘19th-Century Survivor’ Country Life (26 July 1979) 242. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Henry Roberts’ Country Life (23 August 1979) 538. ISSN 0045-8856

*‘Spas and pleasure grounds of London, from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century’ Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society viii/2 (Summer 1979) 27-68. ISSN 0307-1243

‘Town Life on the Waterfront. Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire’ Country Life (6 December 1979) 2179-82. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Classical Churches of Ulster’ Country Life (17 July 1980) 225-8. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Towns built Against Odds. Estates of the Drapers’ Company in Ulster’ Country Life (25 September 1980) 1036-7. ISSN 0045 8856

‘The Architecture of Death’ Connaissance des Arts  345 (November 1980) 92-7. Also published in French as ‘Une architecture de la mort’ 103-7

‘Lessons of a Medieval Town. Nördlingen, Bavaria’ Country Life (25 December 1980) 2418-20. ISSN 0045 8856

‘The Historical Problems of Designing Crematoria’ Leicestershire and Rutland Society of Architects Year book 1981 (Leicester 1981)

‘Ulster’s Traditional Townscape’ Country Life (7 May 1981) 1270-5. ISSN 0045 8856

‘The Historical Problems of Designing Crematoria’. A Paper read at the Cremation Society’s Conference in 1980 Pharos International 47/2 ((April, May, June 1981) 45-51

‘Northern Cemetery Under Threat. Jesmond, Newcastle-upon-Tyne’ Country Life (2 July 1981) 68-9. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Funereal Fantasy. The Mortuary Chapel, Arbroath’ Country Life (10 September 1981) 875-6. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Requiem for a Graveyard. Undercliffe Cemetery, Bradford’ Bradford Telegraph and Argus (17 November 1981)

‘Architectural Grandeur in Stepney. Mile End Old Town, Tower Hamlets’ Country Life (12 November 1981) 1712-6. ISSN 0045 8856

‘An Unbiased Involvement. The Estate of the Fishmongers’ Company in Ulster’ Country Life (26 November 1981) 1897-8. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Neoclassical Necropolis in Decay. York Cemetery’ Country Life (28 January 1982) 235-8. ISSN 0045 8856

‘The Architectural character of Hampshire’ Hampshire the county magazine 22/5 (March 1982) 42-5. ISDN 01256-816629

‘The character of Stockbridge, the Wallops, and Abbots Ann’ Hampshire the county magazine 22/6 (April 1982) 55-64. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Cemeteries and Planning History’ Planning History Bulletin iv/1 (1982) 19-22

‘The architecture and landscapes of Death in Hampshire’ Hampshire the county magazine 22/7 (May 1982) 35-8. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Character, harmony, and erosion’ Hampshire the county magazine 22/8 (June 1982) 43‑7. ISDN 01256-816629

‘More of the Test Villages ... They still delight the eye’ Hampshire the county magazine 22/9 (July 1982) 29-34. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Verve and Elan in the Streets of Paris’ Country Life (15 July 1982) 180-1. ISSN 0045 8856. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Some Hampshire Pubs’ Hampshire the county magazine 22/10 (August 1982) 34-8. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Suggestion of permanence. Funerary Architecture in the Classical Tradition - I’ Country Life (9 September 1982) 756-60. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Language of Rationalism. Funerary Architecture in the Classical Tradition – II’ Country Life (16 September 1982) 827-30. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Suggestion of Permanence’ Country Life (14 October 1982) 1149. ISSN 0045-8856 

‘Looking at Odiham, Havant, and Romsey’ Hampshire the county magazine 22/12 (October 1982) 37-40. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Lessons of a Medieval Town’ Country Life (11 November 1982) 1484. ISSN 0045-8856 

‘The Pleasures of Church Architecture in Hampshire’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/1 (November 1982) 56-60. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Aspects of Hampshire’s Coastal Architecture’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/3 (January 1983) 50-4. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Looking at Lyndhurst and Lymington’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/4 (February 1983) 38-41. ISDN 01256-816629

‘The erosion of Hampshire’s Architectural Heritage’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/5 (March 1983) 34-6. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Old Cemetery Survival’ Country Life 24 March 1983) 720. ISSN 0045-8856 

‘Hampshire’s architectural heritage: a finale and a warning’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/6 (April 1983) 36-8. ISDN 01256-816629

*‘The Battle Garden at Kilwarlin, County Down’. Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society xi/1 (Spring 1983) 65-9. ISSN 0307-1243

‘Matching Façades’ Country Life (19 May 1983) 1322. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Empty Churchyard’ Country Life (26 May 1983) 1420. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Curiosities of Hampshire I. A Wonderland of Riches: The Church of SS Mary and Michael at Stoke Charity’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/8 (June 1983) 57-9. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Monumental Misery’  The Times 61562 (18 June 1983) 9

‘Object-Lesson in Style. Lindau-am-Bodensee, Bavaria’ Country Life (30 June 1983) 1816-7. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Curiosities of Hampshire 2. Twilit world where Bonapartist hopes came to and end: the Imperial Mausoleum at Farnborough’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/9 (July 1983) 36-8. ISDN 01256-816629

‘City of Giant Orders. Neoclassical Leicester’ Country Life (1 September 1983) 564-7. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Curiosities of Hampshire. Monuments civic and commemorative’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/11 (September 1983) 64-7. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Curiosities of Hampshire. Monuments of Winchester Cathedral’ Hampshire the county magazine 23/12 (October 1983) 49-51. ISDN 01256-816629

“‘Surrender to the Motor Car” Winchester Under Threat’ Country Life (13 October 1983) 992-3. ISSN 0045-8856

*‘John Claudius Loudon and the Garden Cemetery Movement’ Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society xi/2 (Autumn 1983) 133-156. ISSN 0307-1243

‘Curiosities of Hampshire. The Town that Disappeared’ Hampshire the county magazine 24/1 (November 1983) 61-3. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Curiosities of Hampshire. The threat to the county’s capital’ Hampshire the county magazine 24/2 (December 1983) 44-7. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Winchester under Threat’ Country Life (8 December 1983) 1724. 

‘Grass roots against the “Green Plan”. Steep, Hampshire, in Danger’ Country Life (29 December 1983) 1915. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Curiosities of Hampshire. “Planning as She is Spoke”. The threat to Steep and to one of England’s best inns’ Hampshire the county magazine 24/4 (February 1984) 28-9. ISDN 01256-816629

‘A Policy of Inaction’ Country Life (8 March 1984) 620. ISSN 0045-8856 

‘Curiosities of Hampshire. Southampton Cemetery: one of the county’s treasures’ Hampshire the county magazine 24/6 (April 1984) 55-8. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Questions posed by the Highcliffe scandal’ Also ‘Petersfield and Liphook by-pass... the last word’ Hampshire the county magazine 24/7 (May 1984) 32-3, 63. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Reticence and Nobility. Oakham, Leicestershire’ Country Life (17 May 1984) 1439-43. ISSN 0045-8856

‘The Pubs of Hampshire No.1’ Hampshire the county magazine 24/9 (July 1984) 13-14. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Egypt in Paris’ Country Life (12 July 1984) 132-3. ISSN 0045-8856

‘The Pubs of Hampshire No. 2’ Hampshire the county magazine 24/10 (August 1984) 33‑4. ISDN 01256-816629

‘The Design of the Early British Cemeteries’ Journal of Garden History iv/3 (July-September 1984) 223-54. ISSN 0144 5170

‘The Pubs of Hampshire No.3. The Tichborne Claimant’ Hampshire the county magazine 24/12 (October 1984) 29-30. ISDN 01256-816629

‘The Work of Michael Sandle’ Geometry of Rage Catalogue of an Exhibition held at the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, and the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, 13 October-23 December 1984 (Bristol, 1984) 36-7. ISBN 0 907738 09 5

*‘What makes a good building?’ The Scottish Review 35 (August 1984) 30-8. ISSN 0140‑0894

‘The Pubs of Hampshire No.4. Character and Charm at Winchester’ Hampshire the county magazine 25/7 (May 1985) 57-9. ISDN 01256-816629

‘The Pubs of Hampshire No.4. Some enjoyable village inns ... and others that could be’ Hampshire the county magazine 25/8 (June 1985) 39-40. ISDN 01256-816629

‘The Pubs of Hampshire No.5. Taverns of the gentle countryside’ Hampshire the county magazine 25/10 (August 1985) 21-2. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Duty before Decay’ Country Life (19 September 1985) 811. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Egyptian Style in Scotland’ Country Life (17 October 1985) 1107. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Lessons from the Continent’ Country Life (19 December 1985) 1976. ISSN 0045-8856  

‘Threat to houses of distinction’ Hampshire the county magazine 26/3 (January 1986) 30. ISDN 01256-816629

‘The pubs of Winchester’ Hampshire the county magazine 26/4 (February 1986) 40-45. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Pubs of Havant, Langstone, Horndean, and Chalton’ Hampshire the county magazine 26/5 (March 1986) 49-50. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Menace of the Mausolea’ Country Life (13 March 1986) 644. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Du Nil à la Seine’ Connaissance des Arts 411 (May 1986) 80-5

‘Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Architectural Building Conservation’ R.I.B.A. East Midlands Region Yearbook 1985/86

‘Architecture for a Novel Purpose. Death and the Railway Age’ Country Life (12 June 1986) 1716-7. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Legends of the Craft. The Architecture of Masonic Halls’ Country Life (21 August 1986) 581‑3. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Acrobatic Gothic, Freely Treated. The Architecture of E. Bassett Keeling (1837-86)Country Life (2 October 1986) 1030-2. ISSN 0045-8856

‘Curiosities of Hampshire’ Hampshire the county magazine 27/1 (November 1986) 54-6. ISDN 01256-816629

‘Baroque around the Books. The Library at Schussenried Abbey, Baden-Württemberg’ The World of Interiors (December 1986) 122-33. ISSN 0264-083X

‘European Funerary Architecture in India’ Chowkidar, tenth anniversary edition, Edited by R. Llewellyn-Jones Illustrated by Sir Hugh Casson (December 1986)

‘The Coastline of Northern Ireland’ Osaka Port Promotion Authority Journal (January 1987) in Japanese

*‘The Design of Historical gardens. Cultural, Magical, Medical, and Scientific Gardens in Europe’ Interdisciplinary Science Reviews xiii/3 (September 1988) 264-81. ISSN 0308-0188

‘Oakham — Capital of Rutland’ Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage i (Winter 1988/89) 8-12. ISSN 0954-9242

‘Uppingham, Rutland’ Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage ii (Spring 1989) 58-60. ISSN 0954-9242  

‘Market Overton, Rutland’ Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage iii  (Summer 1989) 56-8. ISSN 0954-9242 

‘Cottesmore, Rutland’ Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage iv (Autumn 1989) 55-7. ISSN 0954-9242

‘Burley-on-the Hill’ Journal of the Rutland Record Society x (1990) 343-6. ISSN 0260-3322

‘Post-Graduate Guidelines in Conservation’ AJ Renovation Supplement (18 October 1989) 36

‘Burley-on-the-Hill, Rutland’ Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage v (Winter 1989/90) 59-63. ISSN 0954-9242 

‘Leicester – a blighted city’ Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage vi (Spring 1990) 18-19. ISSN 0954-9242

‘Clipsham, Rutland’ Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage vii (Summer 1990) 39-41. ISSN 0954-9242 

*‘All Saints’ Margaret Street, London’ The Architects’ Journal 191/25 (20 June 1990) 36‑55. ISSN 0003-8466

‘Empingham, RutlandLeicestershire and Rutland Heritage xi (May/June 1991) 48-50. ISSN 0954-9242

*‘Altes Museum, Berlin’ The Architects’ Journal 193/25 (19 June 1991) 30-49. ISSN 0003-8466

‘Exhibition Diary: Karl Friedrich Schinkel’ The World of Interiors (July/ August 1991) 116-7.  ISSN 0264-083X

*‘Charlottenhof, Potsdam’ The Architects’ Journal 194/4&5 (24 & 31 July 1991) 22-39. ISSN 0003-8466

‘Later than you think’ The Architects’ Journal 194/11 (11 September 1991) 23. ISSN 0003-8466

‘Inferior Complex’ The Architects’ Journal 194/17 (23 October 1991) 18. ISSN 0003-8466

‘Edith Weston, Rutland’ Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage xiv (November/December 1991) 7-9. ISSN 0954-9242 

Note on the design of British coins and banknotes. Journal of the Royal Society of Arts cxli/5438 (April 1993) 279. ISSN 0958-0433

*‘The Londonderry Plantation 1609-1914’ Transactions of the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society 87 (August 1993). Text of a lecture delivered on 1 February 1993 at the Museum, New Walk, Leicester

*‘Young’s Night Thoughts and the origins of the garden cemetery movement’ Journal of Garden History xiv/2 (April-June 1994) 92-118. ISSN 0144-5170

‘Thomson’s use of star and sun motifs’ The Alexander Thomson Society Newsletter xi (October 1994) 5

Note on the British Library. The Author, cv/4 (Winter 1994) 

‘St Vincent Street church as a mnemonic of the Temple of Solomon’ The Alexander Thomson Society Newsletter xii (January 1995) 6-8, 12

*‘Arkadia, Poland: Garden of Allusions’. Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society 23/1 (Summer 1995) 91-112. ISSN 0307-1243

‘Meanwhile, back at the Temple...’. The Alexander Thomson Society Newsletter xiv (December 1995)  5, 9

‘More Temple Talk’ The Alexander Thomson Society Newsletter xvi (May l996) 15-16

‘Wonders and Blunders’ Building (12 July 1996)

‘St Vincent Street and the Temple of Solomon’ The Alexander Thomson Society Newsletter xviii (February 1997) 5

‘Bury plans’. Letter in The Daily Telegraph (31 March 1997)

‘The SPAB Philip Webb Award’ DEMO (Magazine of the De Montfort University Department of Architecture  (1997)

*‘Gardens of Allusion’ Interdisciplinary Science Reviews xxii/4 (December 1997) 325-42. ISSN 0308-0188

*‘Freemasonic gardens: the Controversy’ Ars Quatuor Coronatorum cx/2076 (1997) 68-9. ISBN 0 907655 40 8

‘Spiralling controversy at the V&A’. Letter in The Times (17 April 1999) 23

‘Mnemonic Gardens’ Garden History Society News 58 (Spring 2000) 23. ISSN 0307-1243

*‘Egypt in Rome – an Introductory Essay. I: Isis, obelisks, and the Isaeum Campense’ Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 25/1 (Spring 2000) 53-64. ISSN 0308-0188

*‘Egypt in Rome – an Introductory Essay. II: The Villa Adriana and the beginnings of Egyptology’ Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 25/2 (Summer 2000) 123-35. ISSN 0308‑0188

‘Remembering Konrad Smigielski’ (with Lutz Luithlen) Town & Country Planning 69/5 (May 2000) 174. ISSN 0040-9960

‘The Protestant Cemetery in Rome’ The Magazine of the Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery No 26 July 2000 4-6

‘A Victorian Guide to checking out in Style’ The Times Higher Education Supplement No 1 464 1 December 2000 20-21. ISSN 0049-3929

‘Thoughts on Thomson’ The Alexander Thomson Society Newsletter 28 (February 2001) 16

‘A Pinch of Freemasonic Snuff’ Country Life cxcvii/4 (23 January 2003) 48-9. ISSN 0045 8856

‘Egyptomania’ Freemasonry Today xxiii (Winter 2003) 32-5. ISSN 1369-040X

*‘The Landscape Garden and Freemasonry’ Ars Quatuor Coronatorum being the Transactions of Quatuor Coronati Lodge No 2076 cxvi for the year 2003 (2004) 83-126. ISBN 0 907655 96 3 and 0 907655 97 1

‘Around Britain’ The Georgian. The Magazine of the Georgian Group (Autumn/Winter 2004) 54-6

‘The Knockbreda Mausolea’ The Mausolea and Monuments Trust News xiv (Spring 2006) 1-3

‘William IV on a horse’ Times Literary Supplement 5387 (30 June 2006) 17. ISSN 0307661

‘Farewell to Old King’s Cross’ in The Times (3 March 2007) 22

*‘The Historic Cemeteries of Berlin’ Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society 35/1 (Summer 2007) Plates XI-XIII 92-109. ISSN 0307-1243

Bristolienses xxxiii (July 2007) 62-4. Obituary of Michael Wright

‘The Egyptian Revival’ The Egyptian Revival Sale (London: Bonhams 1793 Ltd 2008) 4

‘Church Monuments in Hampshire: A Petrean Connection’ Peterhouse Annual Record 2004/2005 edited by Philip Pattenden (Cambridge: The Master and Fellows of Peterhouse 2008) 64-74

‘Lives Remembered: Thomas Braun’ The Times  (1 November 2008) 69

‘A Grave Problem’ Daily Mail (10 November 2008) 46

Letter on Maurice Joly in The Times Literary Supplement 5522 (30 January 2009) 6. ISSN 0307661

The Canon Feature: Dictionnaire Raisonné de L’Architecture Française by Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc in THE (Times Higher Education) 1904 (9-15 July 2009) 47. ISSN 0049-3929

‘Reluctant Colonisers: the City of London and the Plantation of Coleraine’ History Ireland xvii/6 (November/December 2009) 28-31. ISSN 0791-8224

‘New Life for Houses of the Dead’ The Georgian: The Magazine of The Georgian Group (Issue 2 2009) 45-47

‘A Thomsonesque tombstone in Ulster’ The Alexander Thomson Society Newsletter xl (November 2010) 3

‘The Drelincourt Monument in St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh’ Cathedra: A year in the Life of St Patrick's Cathedral Armagh iv (Spring 2011) 10-14

‘“Perfected by the Hand of Taste”: Funerary Monuments at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh’ Historic Churches: The Conservation and Repair of Ecclesiastical Buildings xviii (2011) 21-4. ISBN 978-190091561-8

‘Writing Georgian Architecture The Georgian: The Magazine of The Georgian Group (Issue 2 2011) 10-13

‘La arquitectura masόnica en la Islas Británicas’ Papeles de Masonería VI  Adrián Mc Liman (Ed.) (Madrid: Centro Ibérico de Estudios Masόnicos (CIEM) 2012

*‘Gaffin in Ireland: The Pottinger Memorial’ Journal of the Church Monuments Society xxvii (2012) 96-106. ISSN 0268-7518

‘A Man for All Seasons: William Kent’ V&A Magazine (Spring 2014) 50-57. ISSN 1465-8291

The Aftermath of 1587: A Flemish Connection’ in Peterhouse Annual Record 2007/2008  (Cambridge: The Master & Fellows of Peterhouse 2014) 4-20

‘Report of the Spring Meeting: Post-Reformation Mausolea in Suffolk, 16-18 May 2014’ in Royal Archaeological Institute Newsletter xlviii (August 2014) 12-15 and http://www.mmtrust.org.uk/articles

‘Bats in Churches’ under heading ‘Human intervention and “true conservation”’ The Times (28 January 2015) 31

Book-Review Articles by JSC

The Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects (R I B A Journal hereafter) (April 1967) 169. On Social Purpose in Architecture: Paris and London compared, 1760-1800 by Helen Rosenau (London 1966)

The Spectator (7 March 1970). On The Buckminster Fuller Reader edited by James Meller (London 1970)

R 1 B A Journal (November 1970) 528. On Cities on the Move by Arnold Toynbee (Oxford 1970), on Nineteenth-Century Cities: essays in the new urban history edited by Stephan Thernstrom and Richard Sennett (New Haven and London 1970), and on Contemporary town planning from the origins to the Athens charter by Waclaw Ostrowski (The Hague 1970)

*Official Architecture and Planning (August 1970) 698. On Redevelopment in Colchester by Leonard Vincent et al. (Colchester 1970)

*Official Architecture and Planning (December 1970) 1088. On Inside the Third Reich by Albert Speer, translated by Richard and Clara Winston (London 1970)

R I B A Journal (February 1971) 85. On Industrial Architecture: a survey of factory building by John Winter (London 1970)

*The Architectural Association Quarterly iii/2 (April/July 1971) 59-62. On Social Purpose in Architecture by Helen Rosenau (London 1970), on L’Urbanisme Contemporain by Waclaw Ostrowski (Paris 1970), on Urban Decay. An Analysis and a Policy by Franklin Medhurst and J. Parry Lewis (London 1970), and on Urban Analysis by Maurice D. Kilbridge, Robert O’Block, and Paul V. Toplitz (Boston 1970)

R I B A Journal (July 1971) 307. On Paris through the ages by Pierre Couperie (London 1971) and on Towns in the making by Gerald Burke (London 1971)

*Official Architecture and Planning (December 1971) 917. On Death, Heaven and the Victorians by John Morley (London 1971)

R I B A Journal (March 1972) 123-4. On The Growth of Cities Architects Year Book XIII edited by David Lewis (London 1971)

R I B A Journal (May 1972) 208. On The trade in lunacy: a study of private madhouses in England in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by William Ll. Parry-Jones (London 1972)

R I B A Journal (December 1972) 512-6. On The early churches of Constantinople: architecture and liturgy by Thomas F. Mathews (Pennsylvania 1972), on A London steeplechase: a survey of the 150 parish churches historically associated with the Parish Clerks’ Company of the City of London by R. G. Ellen (London 1972), and on Regency London by Stella Margetson (London 1972)

The Journal of the Royal Town Planning Institute (R T P I Journal hereafter) (May 1973) 247-8. On What Time is This Place? by Kevin Lynch (London 1972)

R 1 B A Journal (August 1973) 420. On The phoenix suburb: a south London social history by Alan Warwick (London 1972)

The Journal of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (R S A Journal hereafter) cxxii /5213 (April 1974) 297-8. On Inveraray and the Dukes of Argyll by Ian C. Lindsay and Mary Cosh (Edinburgh 1973)

R T P I Journal (April 1974) 664. On Cities of Vision by Rolf Jensen (London 1974)

R S A Journal cxxii/5215 (June 1974) 461-2. On A King’s Architecture. Christian IV and His Building by Joakim A. Skovgaard (London 1973)

R T P I Journal (July/August 1974) 815. On Architects’ Year Book 14 edited by Declan and Margaret Kennedy (London 1974)

R S A Journal cxxii/5218 (September 1974) 715-6. On Oxfordshire. The Buildings of England by Jennifer Sherwood and Nikolaus Pevsner, and on Staffordshire by Nikolaus Pevsner (Both Harmondsworth 1974 )

R I B A Journal (December 1974) 36-7. On Schinkel’s Berlin: a study in environmental planning by Hermann Pundt (Harvard 1974)

R S A Journal cxxiii /5227 (June 1975) 437. On Urban History Yearbook 1974 edited by H J Dyos (Leicester 1974)

R S A Journal cxxiii/5230 (September 1975) 677. On Castles, Houses and Gardens of Scotland Book II by Nan Pattullo (Edinburgh 1974)

R S A Journal  cxxiii/5231 (October 1975) 733-4. On English Decoration in the Eighteenth Century by John Fowler and John Cornforth (London 1974)

R S A Journal cxxiv/5235 (February 1976) 153. On Bath. An Architectural Guide by Charles Robertson (London 1975)

R T P I Journal (February 1976) 58-9. On The Irish Town by Patrick Shaffrey (London 1975)

R S A Journal cxxiv/5236 (March 1976) 212. On Van Marum’s Scientific Instruments in Teyler’s Museum: Descriptive Catalogue by G. L’E. Turner (Leyden 1973)

R S A Journal cxxiv/5237 (April 1976) 261-2. On The Architectural Interpretation of History by John Gloag (London 1975)

R T P I Journal (April 1976) 93-4. On What is our Heritage? (H M S 0 1975), on Birmingham Pubs 1890-1939 by Alan Crawford and Robert Thorne (Birmingham 1975), and on Edwardian Architecture and its Origins edited by Alastair Service (London 1975)

R T P I Journal (May 1976) 114. On The Gothick Taste by Terence Davies (Newton Abbot 1974) and on The Gothic Revival 1745-1845 by James Macaulay (Glasgow 1975)

R T P I Journal (September 1976) 186. On William Beckford by James Lees-Milne (Tisbury 1976)

R S A Journal cxxv/5245 (December 1976) 35. On York, The Continuing City by Patrick Nuttgens (London 1976)

R T P I Journal (January 1977) 28. On The Making of the English Country House 1500-1640 by Malcolm Airs (London 1976)

R S A Journal cxxv/5247(February 1977) 169. On Glossary of Scottish Building by Glen L. Pride (Glasgow 1976)

R S A Journal cxxv/5248 (March 1977) 214 On The Local Amenity Movement (London 1976)

R T P I Journal  (March 1977) 61. On The Failure of Modern Architecture by Brent C. Brolin (London, 1976)

R S A Journal cxxv/5249 (April 1977) 272-3. On Wiltshire. The Buildings of England by Nikolaus Pevsner revised by Bridget Cherry (Harmondsworth 1976)

R S A Journal cxxv/5250 (May 1977) 337. On Save the City edited by David Lloyd (London 1976)

R S A Journal cxxv/5253 (August 1977) 594-5. On Richard Norman Shaw by Andrew Saint (New Haven and London 1976)

R S A Journal cxxvi/6261 (April 1978) 304-5. On The Palladian Style in England, Ireland, and America by Desmond Guinness and J. T. Sadler (London 1976)

R S A Journal cxxvi/5262 (May 1978) 379-80. On Three Centuries of Architectural Craftsmanship edited by Colin Amery (London and New York 1977)

R S A Journal cxxvi/5263 (June 1978) 443-4. On The Irish world: The History and Cultural Achievements of the Irish People edited by Brian de Breffny (London 1977)

R S A Journal cxxvi/5264 (July 1978) 499-50. On Edwardian Architecture: A Handbook to Building Design in Britain 1890-1914 by Alastair Service (London 1977) and on Sweetness and Light: The ‘Queen Anne’ Movement 1860-1900 by Mark Girouard (London 1977)

R S A Journal cxxvi/5266 (September 1978) 639-40. On Morality and Architecture by David Watkin (Oxford 1977)

R T P I Journal (September 1978) 166. On Underground by David Macaulay (London 1978)

The Scottish Review: Arts and Environment 12 (1978) 54-5. ISSN 0140-0894. On Stones. A Guide to Some Remarkable Eighteenth Century Gravestones by Betty Willsher and Doreen Hunter (Edinburgh 1978)

R S A Journal cxxvii/5272 (March 1979) 247. On A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840 by Howard Colvin (London 1978)

R S A Journal cxxvii/5273 (April 1979) 312. On Architects at Corsham Court by Frederick J. Ladd (Bradford-on-Avon 1978)

R S A Journal cxxvii/5274 (May 1979) 382. On English Furniture 1800-1851 by Edward T. Joy (London 1978)

R T P I Journal  (May 1979) 92. On Satanic Mills by Marcus Binney et al. (London 1979)

R S A Journal cxxvii /5276 (July 1979) 510-11. On Lothian. The Buildings of Scotland edited by Nikolaus Pevsner and Colin McWilliam (Harmondsworth 1978)

R T P I Journal  (September 1979) 158. On The Architects of London and their Buildings from 1066 to the Present Day by Alastair Service (London 1979)

R S A Journal cxxvii/5280 (November 1979) 809. On A History of British Design 1830-1970 by Fiona McCarthy (London 1979) and on A Bibliography of Design in Britain 1851-1970 by Anthony J. Coulson (London 1979)

R S A Journal cxxviii/5281 (December 1979) 65-6. On North-West Ulster. The Buildings of Ireland by Alistair Rowan (Harmondsworth 1979)

R S A Journal cxxviii/5283 (February 1980) 163-4. On Bristol: An Architectural History by Andor Gomme, Michael Jenner, and Bryan Little (London 1979)

R S A Journal cxxviii/5285 (April 1980) 305. On The Architectural Drawings Collection of King’s College Cambridge by Allan Doig (Amersham, 1979)

R S A Journal cxxviii/5286 (May 1980) 388-9. On The Life and Work of Alexander Thomson by Ronald McFadzean (London, Boston & Henley 1979)

R S A Journal cxxviii/5292 (November 1980) 867. On The Architecture of the French Enlightenment by Allan Braham (London 1980)

R T P I Journal (November/December 1980) 165-6. On Covent Garden Market: its history and restoration by Robert Thorne (London 1980)

R S A Journal cxxix No.5302 (September 1981) 684. Obituary Memoir of John Gloag

R T P I Journal (September/October 1981) 125-6. On Hill Housing by Derek Abbot and Kimball Pollitt (London 1981)

R S A Journal cxxix/5303 (October 1981) 744. On Antique Scientific Instruments by Gerard L’E Turner (Poole 1980) and on Collecting Microscopes by Gerard L’E Turner (London 1981)

R S A Journal cxxix/5304 (November 1981) 802-3. On Dream Houses: the Edwardian Ideal by Roderick Gradidge (London 1980)

R S A Journal cxxx/5306 (January 1982) 109. On English Historic Carpentry by Cecil A. Hewett (London and Chichester 1980)

R S A Journal cxxx/5308 (March 1982) 230-1. On The Life and Work of Sir John Nash, Architect by John Summerson (London 1980)

R T P I Journal (March/April 1982) 57. On A Broken Wave. The Rebuilding of England 1940-1980 by Lionel Esher (London 1981)

R S A Journal cxxx/5310 (May 1982) 368-9. On William Burges and the High Victorian Dream by J. Mordaunt Crook ( London 1981)

R S A Journal cxxx/5312 (July 1982) 504. On English Church Monuments by Brian Kemp (London 1980)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 27 (Winter 1982) 14-15. On The Victorian Churches of Sussex by D. Robert Elleray (Chichester 1981), and on London Cemeteries by Hugh Meller (Avebury 1981)

R S A Journal cxxxi/5317 (December 1982) 62-3. On Glasshouses and Wintergardens of the Nineteenth Century by Stefan Koppelkamm, translated by Kathrine Talbot (St Alban’s, London, New York, Sydney, Ontario, and Auckland, 1981)

R T P I Journal (January/February 1983) 33-4. On English Country Houses and Landed Estates by Heather Clemenson (London, Canberra, and New York 1982), on National Heritage Inventory. Tullamore Architectural Heritage and Ennis Architectural Heritage by William Garner (Dublin 1980 and 1981 respectively), and on A Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Ireland 1600-1720 by Rolf Loeber (London 1981)

R S A Journal cxxxi/5319 (February 1983) 156-7. On London as it might have been by Felix Barker and Ralph Hyde (London 1982)

R T P I Journal (March/April 1983) 65-6. On The Country House: To Be or Not to Be by Marcus Binney and Kit Martin (London 1982) and on Edwardian Interiors. Inside the Homes of the Poor, the Average, and the Wealthy by Alastair Service (London Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, and Johannesburg 1982)

R S A Journal cxxxi/5321 (April 1983) 294. On British and Irish Architectural History. A Bibliography and Guide to Sources of Information by Ruth H. Kamen (London 1981)

R S A Journal cxxxi/5326 (September 1983) 632-3. On Jože Plečnik 1872-1957 by Ian Bentley, Đurđa Gržan-Butina, Peter Krečič, and Nace Šumi (Oxford 1983)

R S A Journal cxxxi/5329 (December 1983) 86. On The Architecture of Wren by Kerry Downes (London, Toronto, Sydney, New York 1982)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 29 (Winter 1983) 9. On The Rediscovery of Ancient Egypt. Artists and Travellers in the 19th Century by Peter A. Clayton (London 1982)

*Progressive Architecture (January 1984) 163-7. On The Designs and Drawings of Antonio Gaudi by George R. Collins and Juan Bassegoda Nonell (Princeton 1983) 

R S A Journal cxxxii/5331 (February 1984) 213. On Conservation in Action: Chester’s Bridgegate by Donald W. Insall and the Department of the Environment Directorate of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings (London 1982)

*Journal of Garden History 3/4 (October- December 1983) 392-3. On Athenian Stuart: Pioneer of the Greek Revival by David Watkin (London 1982)

R I B A Journal (May 1984) 25. On Unbuilt Oxford by Howard Colvin (Yale 1983)

R T P I Journal (May 1984) 36. On Historic Towns in Essex. An Archaeological Survey by M. R. Eddy with M. R. Petchey (Essex C.C.1983)

R S A Journal cxxxii/5335 (June 1984) 476. On The Ideal City. Its Architectural Evolution in Europe by Helen Rosenau (London and New York 1983)

R S A Journal cxxxii/5337 (August 1984) 642. On Information Sources in Architecture edited by Valerie Bradfield Butterworth’s Guides to Information Sources (London 1983)

*Progressive Architecture (August 1984) 125-6. On The Architecture of Death: the Transformation of the Cemetery in Eighteenth-Century Paris by Richard A. Etlin (Cambridge, Mass., and London 1984)

R S A Journal cxxxii/5338 (September 1984) 699. On Nineteenth-Century Scientific Instruments by G. L’E. Turner (London, Berkeley, and Los Angeles 1983)

*Journal of Garden History 4/3 (July- September 1984) 317-8. On British Gardeners. A Biographical Dictionary edited by Robert Harling (London 1980)

R T P I Journal (September 1984) 27. On The Survey of London. Southern Kensington: Brompton edited by F. H. W. Sheppard (London 1983)

R S A Journal cxxxiii/5341 (December 1984) 71. On Axel Haig and the Victorian Vision of the Middle Ages by J. Mordaunt Crook and C.A. Lennox-Boyd (London, Boston and Sydney 1984)

R S A Journal cxxxiii/5345 (April 1985) 372. On Sir Robert Taylor. From Rococo to Neo-Classicism by Marcus Binney (London, Boston and Sydney 1984)

Ulster Local Studies. Journal of the Federation for Ulster Local Studies 9/20 (Summer 1985) 141-2. On Historic Buildings, Groups of Buildings, and Areas of Architectural Importance in Bangor and Groomsport by Marcus Patton (Belfast 1984)

R S A Journal cxxxiii/5347 (June 1985) 500-1. On The Royal Interiors of Regency England by David Watkin (London and Melbourne 1984

R S A Journal cxxxiii/5349 (August 1985) 673. On Dundee. An Illustrated Introduction by Charles McKean and David Walker (Edinburgh 1984)

R T P I Journal (July 1985) 46. On English Stone Building by Alec Clifton-Taylor and A. S. Ireson (London 1983)

R S A Journal cxxxiii/5350 (September 1985) 736-7. On The Plantation of Ulster. British Settlement in an Irish Landscape, 1600-1670 by Philip Robinson (Dublin and New York 1984)

*Progressive Architecture (October 1985) 147-53. On The Literature of British Domestic Architecture 1715-1842 by John Archer (Cambridge Mass., and London 1985)

R S A Journal cxxxiii/5352 (November 1985) 885-6. On Edinburgh. The Buildings of Scotland Series by John Gifford, Colin McWilliam, and David Walker (Harmondsworth 1984)

Chowkidar 4/3 (Spring 1986). On Allegori og Borgerdyd. Studier i det nyklassicistiske gravmaele i Danmark 1760-1820 by Karin Kryger (Copenhagen 1985)

*Planning Perspectives i (1986) 187-88. On Shopping Arcades. A gazetteer of extant British arcades 1817-1939 by Margaret McKeith (London 1985) and on Shopping malls: planning and design by Barry Maitland (London 1985)

R S A Journal cxxxiv/5360 (July 1986) 539. On Edwardian Architecture: A Biographical Dictionary by A. Stuart Gray (London 1985)

R T P I Journal (November 1986) 28. On The English Market town. A Social and Economic History 1750-1914 by Jonathan Brown (Ramsbury Marlborough 1986)

R S A Journal cxxxv/5366 (January 1987) 167. On Industrial Architecture in Britain 1750-1939 by Edgar Jones (London 1985)

The World of Interiors (February 1987) 32. On The City as a Work of Art: London, Paris, Vienna by Donald J. Olsen (Yale 1986)

R S A Journal cxxxv/5369 (April 1987) 405-6. On History of World Architecture – Byzantine Architecture by Cyril Mango; Gothic Architecture by Louis Grodecki; Renaissance Architecture by Peter Murray; and Late Baroque and Rococo Architecture by Christian Norberg-Schultz (London 1986)

The World of Interiors (June 1987) 50. On Cities and Civilizations by Christopher Hibbert (London 1987)

*The Antiquaries Journal lxvi/Pt. II (1986) 405. On The Past is a Foreign Country by David Lowenthal (Cambridge 1985)

R S A Journal cxxxv/5375 (October 1987) 858. On Victorian Gardens by Brent Elliott (London 1986)

The World of Interiors (November 1987) 800. On The Writing of the Walls by Anthony Vidler (Princeton 1987)

R S A Journal cxxxv/5376 (November 1987) 951. On the History of World Architecture. Ancient Architecture by Seton Lloyd and Hans Wolfgang Müller, and on Baroque Architecture by Christian Norberg-Schulz (London 1986)

*The Antiquaries Journal lxvii/Pt. I (1987) 215. ISSN 0003-5815. On C. R. Ashbee: Architect, Designer and Romantic Socialist by Alan Crawford (New Haven and London 1985)

R S A Journal cxxxvi/5379 (February 1988) 202-3. ISSN 0958-0433. On German Architecture and the Classical Ideal 1740-1840 by David Watkin and Tilman Mellinghoff (London 1987)

R S A Journal cxxxvi/5380 (March 1988) 282-3. ISSN 0958-0433. On In Search of English Gardens: The Travels of John Claudius Loudon and his Wife Jane edited by Priscilla Boniface (Wheathampstead 1987)

R S A Journal cxxxvi/5381 (April 1988) 358-9. ISSN 0958-0433. On The Dilemma of Style. Architectural Ideas from the Picturesque to the Post-Modern by J. Mordaunt Crook (London 1987)

The World of Interiors (June 1988) 56-8. ISSN 0264-083X. On Architects in Competition: International Architectural Competitions of the last 200 Years by Hilde de Haan and Ids Ragsma (London 1988)

R S A Journal cxxxvi/5386 (September 1988) 762-3. ISSN 0958-0433. On Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House by Mary Stewart-Wilson with photographs by David Cripps (London 1988)

R S A Journal cxxxvi/5388 (November 1988) 918-9. ISSN 0958-0433. On Conservation in Chester by Donald W. Insall and Cyril M. Morris (Chester 1988)

The World of Interiors (January 1989) 26-8. ISSN 0264-083X. On Victorian Things by Asa Briggs (London 1988)

*Journal of Design History i/2 145-6 (1988). ISSN 0952-4649. On The Origins of the Gothic Revival by Michael McCarthy (London 1987)

R S A Journal cxxxvii/5390 (January 1989) 126. ISSN 0958-0433. On The Oriental Obsession. Islamic Inspiration in British and American Art and Architecture 1500-1920 by John Sweetman (Cambridge 1988)

The World of Interiors (February 1989) On English Neoclassical Architecture by Damie Stillman (London 1988)

The World of Interiors (March 1989) 33. ISSN 0264-083X. On The Art of Building in Ten Books by Leon Battista Alberti. Translated by Joseph Rykwert, Neil Leach, and Robert Tavernor (Cambridge, Mass., and London, 1988)

R S A Journal cxxxvii/5392 (March 1989) 262-3. ISSN 0958-0433. On James Paine by Peter Leach (London 1988)

The World of Interiors (June 1989) 62-4. ISSN 0264-083X. On Loudon and the Landscape: From Country Seat to Metropolis by Melanie L. Simo (Cambridge, Mass 1989)

The World of Interiors (September 1989) 56-8. ISSN 0264-083X. On Venetian Vernacular Architecture by Richard J Goy (Cambridge, 1989)

The Architects’ Journal (4 October 1989) 93. ISSN 0003-8466. On Planning: The Irish Experience 1920-1988 edited by Michael Bannon (Dublin 1989)

R S A Journal cxxxvii/5399 (October 1989) 749-50. ISSN 0958-0433. On Urban Design in Western Europe. Régime and Architecture, 900-1900 by Wolfgang Braunfels (Chicago, 1988)

S P A B News 10/4 (1989) 19. On Inigo Jones. Complete Architectural Drawings by John Harris and Gordon Higgott (London 1989)

R S A Journal cxxxviii/5401 (December 1989) 69-70. ISSN 0958-0433. On Lawrence Weaver 1876-1930: An Annotated Bibliography (York 1989)

The Architects’ Journal (14 February 1990) 83. ISSN 0003-8466. On John Ruskin and Victorian Architecture by Michael W Brooks (London, 1989)

R S A Journal cxxxviii/5403 (February 1990) 222-3. ISSN 0958-0433. On Modernity and the Classical Tradition. Architectural Essays 1980-87 by Alan Colquhoun (Chicago, 1989)

The World of Interiors (March 1990) 52-4. ISSN 0264-083X.On The Petrine Revolution in Russian Architecture by James Cracraft (Chicago 1989)

R S A Journal cxxxviii/5405 (April 1990) 377-8. ISSN 0958-0433. On Collection of Architectural Designs Including Designs Which Have been Executed and Objects Whose Execution Was Intended by Karl Friedrich Schinkel (Guildford and Princeton, 1989) and on Modern Architecture. A Guidebook For His Students To This Field Of Art by Otto Wagner (Chicago, 1989)

The Architects’ Journal (25 April 1990) 83. ISSN 0003-8466. On Mortal Remains: the history and present state of the Victorian and Edwardian cemetery by Chris Brooks, with Brent Elliott, Julian Litten, Eric Robinson, Richard Robinson, and Philip Temple (Exeter, 1989)

The World of Interiors (May 1990) 70. ISSN 0264-083X. On Vienna 1900 – The Architecture of Otto Wagner by V Horvat Pintarić (London, 1989)

R S A Journal cxxxviii/5406 (May 1990) 441-2 ISSN 0958-0433. On Letchworth: The First Garden City by Mervyn Miller (Chichester 1990)

The Architects’ Journal (11 July 1990) 59. ISSN 0003-8466. On Augustus Pugin versus Decimus Burton: a Victorian architectural duel by Guy Williams (London, 1990)

The Architects’ Journal (25 July 1990) 63. ISSN 0003-8466. On The Unromantic Castle and Other Essays by Sir John Summerson (London, 1990)

The Architects’ Journal (5 September 1990) 89. ISSN 0003-8466. On Greek Revival America by Roger C Kennedy (New York 1989)

The Architects’ Journal (19 September 1990) 86-7. ISSN 0003-8466. On The Architecture of Richard Morrison and William Vitruvius Morrison The Irish Architectural Archive (Dublin 1989)

The Architects’ Journal (10 October 1990) 92. ISSN 0003-8466. On An Account of Belsay Castle in the County of Northumberland by Sir Arthur E Middleton (Spredden Press 1990)

The World of Interiors (January 1991) 25. ISSN 0264-083X. On Classical Architecture: A Complete Handbook by Robert Adam (Harmondsworth 1990)

The Architects’ Journal (23 January 1991) 60. ISSN 0003-8466. On Claude-Nicolas Ledoux: Architecture and Social Reform at the end of the Ancien Régime by Anthony Vidler (MIT Press London 1990)

The Architects’ Journal (20 February 1991) 71. ISSN 0003-8466. On The Architecture of George Pace by Peter G Pace (London 1990)

The World of Interiors (April 1991) 36. ISSN 0264-083X. On British Architectural Books and Writers 1556-1785 by Eileen Harris assisted by Nicholas Savage (Cambridge UP 1990)

The Architects’ Journal (13 March 1991) 71. ISSN 0003-8466. On An Illustrated History of British Railway Hotels 1838-1983 Oliver Carter (St Michael’s Lancs 1990)

The Architects’ Journal (3 April 1991) 67. ISSN 0003-8466. On The Masonic Halls of England: The Midlands; The North; and The South by The Revd Neville Barker Cryer (Shepperton 1990)

R S A Journal cxxxix/5417 (April 1991) 352. ISSN 0958-04533. On Funerals and How to Improve Them by Tony Walter (London 1990)

Architects’ Journal (17 April 1991) 74. ISSN 0003-8466. On The English Way of Death: the common funeral since 1450 by Julian Litten (London 1991)

The Architects’ Journal (1 May 1991) 72. ISSN 0003-8466. On The Blue Guide Churches and Chapels: Northern England and Southern England edited by Stephen C Humphrey (London 1991)

The Architects’ Journal (4 September 1991) 60. ISSN 0003-8466. On The History of Garden Design: the Western tradition from the Renaissance to the present day edited by Monique Mosser and Georges Teyssot (London 1991)

The Architects’ Journal (18 September 1991) 64. ISSN 0003-8466. On Karl Friedrich Schinkel: Stage Designs by Helmut Börsch- Supan (Berlin 1991)

*The Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland Newsletter 17 and Annual Report (Autumn 1991) 131-2. On L’Egyptomanie dans 1’Art Occidental by Jean-Marcel Humbert (Paris 1989)

The Architects’ Journal (25 September 1991) 60. ISSN 0003-8466. On Charles-Louis Clérisseau and the Genesis of Neo-Classicism by Thomas J McCormick (London 1990)

The Literary Review 162 (December 1991) 8-10.ISSN 0144 4360. On Architecture and the After-Life by Howard Colvin (London 1991)

*The Journal of Garden History 11/4 (October-December 1991) 246. ISSN 0144-5170. On The Last Great Necessity. Cemeteries in American History by Davis Charles Sloane (Baltimore & London 1991)

The Architects’ Journal (8 & 15 January 1992) 58-60. ISSN 0003-8466. On the Exhibition The Art of Death: Objects from the English Death Ritual 1500-1800 at the Victoria & Albert Museum 8 January to 22 March 1992, and on the book of the same title by Nigel Llewellyn (London 1991)

The Literary Review 163 (January 1992) 48-9. ISSN 0144 4360. On Mozart and Posterity by Gernot Gruber, translated by R S Furness (London 1991)

The Literary Review 164 (February 1992) 11, 25-6. ISSN 0144 4360. On War Memorials from Antiquity to the Present by Alan Borg (London 1991) and on Modernism in Italian Architecture 1890-1940 by Richard Etlin (Cambridge, Mass. & London, 1991)

The Architects’ Journal (18 March 1992) 55-6. ISSN 0003-8466. On the Exhibition Francis Milton Cashmore (1892-1971) A Centenary Exhibition of Watercolour Paintings at the Medici Galleries, London, 21 February-5 March 1992

The Literary Review 167 (May 1992) 13-14. ISSN 0144 4360. On The Complete Works of Robert and James Adam by David King (London 1992)

The Literary Review 168 (June 1992) 55-6. ISSN 0144 4360. On Classical Architecture by Demetri Porphyrios (London 1992)

The Literary Review 169 (July 1992) 19-20, 56-7. ISSN 0144 4360. On Hogarth Volume I: ‘The Modern Moral Subject’ 1697-1732 by Ronald Paulson (Cambridge 1992) and on Arts of the Third Reich by Peter Adam (London 1992)

The Literary Review 170 (August 1992) 51-2. ISSN 0144 4360. On The Lamp of Memory: Ruskin, Tradition, and Architecture edited by Michael Wheeler and Nigel Whiteley (Manchester 1992)

The Literary Review 171 (September 1992) 24-5. ISSN 0144 4360. On ‘Il Gran Cardinale’: Alessandro Farnese, Patron of the Arts by Clare Robertson (Cambridge Mass 1992)

The Literary Review 172 (October 1992) 38-41. ISSN 0144 4360. On The Colour Library of Phaidon Press 1992 and On New Horizons in the Thames & Hudson Series 1992 (the latter review appears under the pseudonym ‘Walter Krinkel’)

The Literary Review 174 (December 1992) 57-8. ISSN 0144 4360. On Raymond Unwin: Garden Cities & Town Planning by Mervyn Miller (Leicester 1992)

Annals of Science 49/6 (1992) 589-90. ISSN 0003-3790. On Alfred Waterhouse and the Natural History Museum, London (London 1990)

The Literary Review 177 (March 1993) 15. ISSN 0144 4360.  On Death and the Afterlife in Modern France by Thomas A Kselman (Princeton 1992)

The Literary Review 177 (March 1993) 48-9. ISSN 0144 4360. On Sir James Pennethorne and the Making of Victorian London by Geoffrey Tyack (Cambridge 1992)

 R S A Journal cxli/5438 (April 1993) 328. ISSN 0958-0433. On Hampstead Garden Suburb by Mervyn Miller and A Stuart Gray (Chichester 1992)

The Literary Review 178 (April 1993) 42. ISSN 0144 4360. On The Romanesque Frieze and its Spectator. The Lincoln Symposium papers edited by Deborah Kahn (London 1992)

The Architects’ Journal (16 June 1993) 60. ISSN 0003-8466. On Regency Design 1790-1840 by John Morley (London 1993)

The Architects’ Journal (10 November 1993) 59. ISSN 0003-8466. On Spencer House: Chronicle of a Great London Mansion by Joseph Friedman (London 1993)

 *Annals of Science, 51 (1994) 93-4. ISSN 0003-3790. On Francesco di Giorgio. Checklist and History of Manuscripts and Drawings in Autographs and Copies from ca. 1470 to 1687 and Renewed Copies (1764-1839) by Gustina Scaglia (Bethlehem, Pa., 1992)

The Architects’ Journal (24 November 1994) 58. ISSN 0003-8466. On Greek’ Thomson Edited by Gavin Stamp (Edinburgh 1994)

The Architects’ Journal (16 February 1995) 42. ISSN 0003-8466. On Charles Rennie Mackintosh by James Steele (London 1994)

Building Design (28 April 1995) 22. ISSN 0007-3423. On Léon Vaudoyer: Historicism in the Age of Industry by Barry Bergdoll (Cambridge, Mass. & London 1994)

The Architects’ Journal (2 June 1995) 45. ISSN 0003-8466. On The Villas of Pliny from Antiquity to Posterity by Pierre de la Ruffinière du Prey (Chicago 1994)

The Architectural Review 198/1184 (September 1995) 97. ISSN 0003-861X. On Classical Architecture in Britain: The Heroic Age by Giles Worsley (New Haven, & London 1995)

The Garden. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 120/10 (October 1995) 657. ISSN 0308 5457. On Karl Friedrich Schinkel. An Architecture for Prussia by Barry Bergdoll (New York 1994)

Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society 23/1 (Summer 1995) 131-2. ISSN 0307-1243. On The English Garden. Meditation and Memorial by David R Coffin (Princeton, NJ, 1994)

*Word & Image. A Journal of Verbal/Visual Enquiry 11/3 (July-September 1995) 326. ISSN 0266-6286. On Death and Representation edited by Sarah Webster Goodwin and Elisabeth Bronfen (Baltimore & London 1993) and on Symbolic Exchange and Death by Jean Baudrillard (London 1993)

The Architects’ Journal (25 January 1996) 60-1. ISSN 0003-8466. On Thomas Cubitt, Master Builder by Hermione Hobhouse (Didcot 1995)

*Journal of Urban Design 1/1 (February 1996) 113-4, 128-30. ISSN 1357-4809. On Nature and the Idea of a Man-Made World. An Investigation into the Evolutionary Roots of Form and Order in the Built Environment by Norman Crowe (Cambridge, Mass. & London 1995) and on A History of Architecture: Settings and Rituals by Spiro Kostof (New York and London 1995)

*Print Quarterly xiii/1 (March 1996) 69-71. ISSN 0265-8305. On Castrum Doloris, oder ‘Trauriger Schauplatz’: Untersuchungen zu Entstehung und Wesen ephemer Architektur by Liselotte Popelka (Vienna 1994)

The Architectural Review 200/1194 (August 1996) 88-9. ISSN 0003-861X. On Gottfried Semper: Architect of the Nineteenth Century by Harry Francis Mallgrave (New Haven & London 1996)

*Journal of Architectural Conservation 2/3 (November 1996) 82-3. ISSN 1335 6207. On Sir John Soane: Enlightenment Thought and the Royal Academy Lectures by David Watkin (Cambridge 1996)

*Journal of Architectural Conservation 2/3 (November 1996) 91-2. ISSN 1335-6207. On L. N. Cottingham 1787-1847. Architect of the Gothic Revival by Janet Myles (London 1996)

*Journal of Urban Design 1/3 (1996) 358-360. ISSN 1357-4809. On Architecture and the Sites of History edited by Iain Borden and David Dunster (Oxford 1996)

*International Journal of Heritage Studies 3/1 (Spring 1997) 54. ISSN 1352-7258. On Green Shift. Towards a Green Sensibility in Architecture by John Farmer (Oxford 1996)

*Journal of Urban Design 2/1 (1997) 106-7. ISSN 1357-4809. On Hendrik Petrus Berlage: Thoughts on Style, 1886- 1909 edited by Iain Boyd Whyte (Santa Monica 1996)

Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 122/8 (August 1997) 605. ISSN 0308 5457. On Pleasure Pavilions and Follies in the Gardens of the Ancien Règime by Bernd H Dams and Andrew Zega (Paris & New York, 1996) and on The Villa d’Este at Tivoli by David Dernie (London 1996)

*International Journal of Heritage Studies 3/2 (Summer 1997) 119-20. ISSN 1352-7258.  On A History of Architecture by Banister Fletcher edited by Dan Cruickshank (Oxford, 1996)

Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 122/12 (December 1997) 883. ISSN 0308 5457. On Visions of Arcadia: European Gardens from Renaissance to Rococo by May Woods (London, 1996)

*Environments by Design 2/1 (Winter 1997/8) 113-6. ISSN 1352-8564. On Modern Architecture since 1900 by William Curtis (London 1996)

 Apollo: International Magazine of the Arts 148/437 (August 1998) 55-6. ISSN 0003-6536. On Washington Allston: Secret Societies, and the Alchemy of Anglo-American Painting by David Bjelajac (Cambridge 1997)

*International Journal of Heritage Studies 4/2 (Summer 1998) 116-7. ISSN 1352-7258. On Architecture, Landscape, and Liberty. Payne Knight and the Picturesque by Andrew Ballantyne (Cambridge 1997)

*Journal of Urban Design 3/3 (1998) 382-3. ISSN 1357-4809. On The Experience of Modernism. Modern Architects and the Future City 1928-1953 by John R Gold (London 1997)

*Journal of Urban Design 4/1 (1999) 124-5. ISSN 1357-4809. On The City in Literature: An Intellectual and Cultural History by Richard Lehan (Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London 1998)

Building Design (29 October 1999) 24.  ISSN 0007-3423. On Essays in English Architectural History by Howard Colvin (New Haven and London 1999)

Building Design (14 January 2000) 20. ISSN 0007-3423. On Humphry Repton: Landscape Gardening and the Geography of Georgian England by Stephen Daniels (New Haven and London 1999)

Building Design (28 January 2000) 23. ISSN 0007-3423. On An Insular Rococo. Architecture, Politics, and Society in Ireland and England, 1710-1770 by Timothy Mowl and Brian Earnshaw (London 1999)

Building Design (24 March 2000) 24. ISSN 0007-3423. On Stylistic Cold Wars: Betjeman versus Pevsner by Timothy Mowl (London 2000)

*International Journal of Heritage Studies 6/2 (Summer 2000) 188-90. ISSN 1352-7258. On The Gothic Revival by Christopher Brooks (London 1999)

Building Design (11 August 2000) 20-21. ISSN 0007-3423. On Hawksmoor’s London Churches: Architecture and Theology by Pierre de la Ruffinière du Prey (Chicago and London 2000)

Building Design Issue 2 (Irish Supplement) (20 October 2000) 18-19. ISSN 0007-3423. On The Construction of Dublin by Frank McDonald (Oysterhaven, Kinsale 2000)

*Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada 24/4 (1999, but actually appeared in December 2000), 28-9. ISSN 1486-0872. On Vitruvius: Ten Books on Architecture edited by Ingrid D. Rowland and Thomas Noble Howe (Cambridge 1999)

Society of  Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 74 (Autumn 2001) 18. On Morality and Architecture Revisited by David Watkin (London 2001).

Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society 29/1 (Summer 2001) 105-6. ISSN 0307-1243. On Gentlemen & Players: Gardeners of the English Landscape by Timothy Mowl (Stroud, 2000).

*Journal of Urban Design vii/1 (2002) 103-4. ISSN 1357-4809. On The Modern City Revisited edited by Thomas Deckker (London, 2000).

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 77 (Autumn 2002) 10-11. On Charles Bridgeman and the English Landscape Garden by Peter Willis (Newcastle upon Tyne 2002)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 79 (Spring 2003) 15. On John Simpson: The Queen’s Gallery Buckingham Palace and Other Works by Richard John & David Watkin (London 2002)

Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society 31/1 (Spring 2003) 119-20. ISSN 0307-1243. On Historic Gardens of Gloucestershire and Historic Gardens of Dorset by Timothy Mowl (Stroud & Charleston, SC, 2002 and 2003 respectively)

Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society xxxi/2 (Winter 2003) 226-7. ISSN 0307-1243. On London’s Necropolis: A Guide to Brookwood Cemetery by John M. Clarke (Stroud 2004)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 81 (Winter 2003/4) 20. On Thomas Gordon Smith and the Rebirth of Classicism by Richard John (London 2001)

The Architectural Review ccxv/1284 (February 2004) 97. ISSN 0003 861X. On Last Landscapes: The Architecture of the Cemetery in the West by Ken Worpole (London 2003)

Minerva: The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology xv/1 (Jan./Feb. 2004) 56. On Roman Builders: A Study in Architectural Process by Rabun Taylor (Cambridge 2003)

Chowkidar x/3 (Spring 2004) 62-3. On Tranquebar Cemeteries and Grave-Monuments by Karin Kryger and Lisbeth Gasparski (Copenhagen 2003)

The Architectural Review 216/1289 (July 2004) 97. ISSN 0003 861X. On Gottfried Semper and the Problem of Historicism by Mari Hvattum (Cambridge 2004)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 82 (Spring 2004) 16. On Repertorium van de Architectuur in België van 1830 tot heden edited by Ann Van Loo (Antwerp 2003)

*University of Toronto Quarterly lxxiv/1 (Winter 2004/5) 474-5. On Respectable Burial: Montreal’s Mount Royal Cemetery by Brian Young (Montreal 2003)

The Architectural Review ccxvii/1295 (January 2005) 88. ISSN 0003 861X. On The Architect King: George III and the Culture of the Enlightenment  by David Watkin (London 2004)

Apollo. The International Magazine of Art and Antiques clxi/520 (N.S.) (June 2005) 94-5. ISSN 0003-6536. On The Apollo Gallery in The Louvre edited by Geneviève Bresc-Bautier (Paris 2004)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 86 (Autumn 2005) 15-16. On Paris: Biography of a City by Colin Jones (London 2004)

The Architectural Review ccxviii/1305 (November 2005) 94-5. ISSN 0003 861X. On A History of Western Architecture by David Watkin (London 2005)

Apollo. The International Magazine of Art and Antiques clxiii/529 (N.S.) (March 2006) 81-2. ISSN 0003-6536. On Towers of Crim Tartary: English and Scottish Architects in the Crimea, 1762-1853 by C. E. B. Brett (Donington 2005)

Architecture Ireland: The Journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland ccxiv (February 2006) 73. ISSN 1649-5152. On A Thousand Years of Church Heritage in East Galway by Peter Harbison (Dublin 2005)

Garden History: The Journal of  The Garden History Society 33/2 (Winter 2005) 307-8. ISSN 0307-1243. On William Kent: Architect, Designer, Opportunist by Timothy Mowl (London 2006)

The Georgian: The Magazine of The Georgian Group Issue 1 (2006) 27-9. On Miscelanea Structura Curiosa by Samuel Chearnley (William Laffan [Ed.]) (Tralee 2005)

Apollo: The International Magazine of Art and Antiques clxiv/535 (September 2006) 118. ISSN 0003-6536. On Classical Architecture for the Twenty-First Century by Jean-François Gabriel (New York & London 2005)

Garden History: The Journal of  The Garden History Society 34/1 (Summer 2006) 150-1. ISSN 0307-1243. On Historic Gardens of Worcestershire by Timothy Mowl (Stroud 2006)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xv/5 (Sept.-Oct. 2006) 93. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Memorial to the Missing of The Somme by Gavin Stamp (London 2006)

The Architectural Review ccxx/1316 (October 2006) 96. ISSN 0003 861X. On Radical Classicism: The Architecture of Quinlan Terry by David Watkin (New York & London 2006)

The Architectural Review ccxx/1317 (November 2006) 96. ISSN 0003-861X. On Interpreting the Renaissance: Princes, Cities, Architects by Manfredo Tafuri (London 2006)

*Mortality xi/4 (November 2006) 376-7. ISSN 1357-6275.On From dust to ashes: Cremation and the British way of death by Peter Jupp (Basingstoke 2006)

The Architectural Review ccxxi/1319 (January 2007) 86-7. ISSN 0003-861X. On Sir Ninian Comper: An Introduction to his Life and Work with Complete Gazetteer by Anthony Symondson and Stephen Bucknall (Reading & London, 2006)

Perspective: The Journal of The Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvi/1 (January-February 2007) 75. ISSN 0967-2176. On Written in Stone: The History of Belfast City Cemetery by Tom Hartley (Belfast 2006)

The Georgian: The Magazine of The Georgian Group Issue 2 (2006) 23-4. On Fragments: Architecture and the Unfinished. Essays presented to Robin Middleton (Barry Bergdoll [Ed.]) (London 2006)

The Architectural Review ccxxi/1320 (February 2007) 95. ISSN 0003-861X. On A Glimpse of Heaven: Catholic Churches of England and Wales by Christopher Martin and Alex Ramsay (Swindon 2006)

The Magazine: The Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery xliv (Winter 2007) 11-13. ISSN 1753-4402. On Written in Stone: The History of Belfast City Cemetery by Tom Hartley (Belfast 2006)

Perspective: The Journal of The Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvi/2 (March-April 2007) 78. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Architecture of the Italian Renaissance by Christoph Luitpold Frommel (London 2007)

 Perspective: The Journal of The Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvi/3 (May-June 2007) 88. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Nation’s Mantelpiece: A History of the National Gallery by Jonathan Conlin (London 2006).

Perspective: The Journal of The Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvi/3 (May-June 2007) 89. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Roman Catholic Church: An Illustrated History by Edward Norman (London 2007).

Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society 35/1 (Summer 2007) 121-2. ISSN 0307-1243. On Baroque Garden Cultures: Emulation, Sublimation, Subversion edited by Michel Conan (Washington DC 2005)

Garden History: The Journal of The Garden History Society 35/1 (Summer 2007) 122-3. ISSN 0307-1243. On Experiencing the Garden in the Eighteenth Century edited by Michael Calder (Bern 2006)

The Architectural Review ccxxi/1324 (June 2007) 94-5. ISSN 0003-861X. On Inigo Jones and the European Classicist Tradition by Giles Worsley (New Haven CT & London 2007)

The Architectural Review ccxxii/1325 (July 2007) 86. ISSN 0003-861X, On Russian Architecture and the West by Dmitry Shvidkovsky (New Haven CT & London 2007)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvi/4 (July-August 2007) 85. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Cathedral of Saint Fin Barre at Cork: William Burges in Ireland by David Lawrence & Ann Wilson (Dublin 2006)

*Print Quarterly xxiv/2 (2007) 155-7. ISSN 0265-8305. On Freemasonry: Symbols, Secrets, Significance by W. Kirk McNulty (London 2006)

*Print Quarterly xxvi/2 (2007) 157-8. ISSN 0265-8305. On The Magic Flute: An Alchemical Allegory by M.F.M.van den Berk (Leiden & Boston 2004)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvi/5 (September-October 2007) 83. ISSN 0967-2176. On Cast Iron Decoration: A World Survey by E. Graeme Robertson & Joan Robertson (London 2007)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvi/6 (November-December 2007) 100. ISSN 0967-2176. On James ‘Athenian' Stuart, 1713-1788: The Rediscovery of Antiquity edited by Susan Weber Soros (New Haven CT & London, 2007)

Garden History: The Journal of  The Garden History Society 35/2 (Winter 2007) 243-4. ISSN 0307-1243. On The Temple of Night at Schönau: Architecture, Music, and Theater in a Late Eighteenth-Century Viennese Garden by John A. Rice (Philadelphia Pa 2006)

Garden History: The Journal of the Garden History Society 35/2 (Winter 2007) 245-6. ISSN 0307-1243. On The Historic Gardens of England: Oxfordshire by Timothy Mowl (Stroud: Tempus 2007)

The Architectural Review ccxxiii/1331 (January 2008) 86-7. ISSN 0003-861X. On Siena: Constructing the City by Fabrizio Nevola (New Haven CT & London 2007)

The Architectural Review ccxxiii/1332 (February 2008) 86-7. ISSN 0003-861X. On Jean Rondelet: The Architect as Technician by Robin Middleton & Marie-Noëlle Baudouin-Matuszek (New Haven CT & London 2007)

Architecture: The Journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of  Ireland cciiiv (March 2008) 97. ISSN 1649-5152. On The Plain Style by David Brett (Cambridge 2007)

The Architectural Review ccxxiv/1337 (July 2008) 94-5.ISSN 0003-861X. On The Symbol at Your Door: Number and Geometry in Religious Architecture of the Greek and Latin Middle Ages by Nigel Hiscock (Aldershot 2007)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvii/4 (July-August 2008) 88. ISSN 0967-2176. On Flint Flushwork: A Medieval Masonry Art by Stephen Hart (Melton, Woodbridge 2008)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvii/4 (July-August 2008) 89. ISSN 0967-2176. On Survey of London: South and East Clerkenwell (Vol. XLVI) and Northern Clerkenwell and Pentonville (Vol. XLVII) edited by Philip Temple, with Andrew Saint as General Editor (London 2008)

The Architectural Review ccxxiv/1338 (August 2008) 87. ISSN 0003-861X. On Flint Flushwork: A Medieval Masonry Art by Stephen Hart (Woodbridge 2008)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1855 (24-30 July 2008) 49. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Judicious Eye: Architecture against the Other Arts by Joseph Rykwert (London 2008)

 THE (Times Higher Education) 1861 (4-10 September 2008) 57. ISSN 0049-3929. On Buckminster Fuller: Starting with the Universe by K Michael Hays & Dana Miller (New Haven CT & London 2008)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1863 (18-24 September 2008) 49. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Skyscraper and the City: The Woolworth Building and the Making of Modern New York by Gail Fenske (Chicago 2008)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvii/5 (September 2008) 92. ISSN 0967-2176. On The English Parsonage in the Early Nineteenth Century by Timothy Brittain-Catlin (Reading 2008)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvii/5 (September 2008) 93. ISSN 0967-2176. On A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects by Howard Colvin (Hew Haven CT & London 2008)

The Architectural Review ccxxiv/1340 (October 2008). ISSN 0003-861X. On Universe of Stone: Chartres Cathedral and the Triumph of the Medieval Mind by Philip Ball (London 2008)

The Architectural Review ccxxiv/1341 (November 2008) 94-5. ISSN 0003-861X. On Thomas Hope: Regency Designer edited by David Watkin & Philip Hewat-Jaboor (London 2008).

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvii/6 (November-December 2008) 87. ISSN 0967-2176. On London Heritage Pubs: An Inside Story by Geoff Brandwood & Jane Jephcote (London 2008)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xvii/6 (November-December 2008) 90. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Lost Mansions of Mayfair by Oliver Bradbury (London 2008)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1871 (13-19 November 2008) 47. ISSN 0049-3929. On World's Greatest Architect: Making, Meaning, and Network Culture by William J. Mitchell (Chicago 2008)

The Architectural Review ccxxiv/1342 (December 2008) 94-5. ISSN 0003-861X. On The English Parsonage in the Early Nineteenth Century by Timothy Brittain-Catlin (Reading 2008)

Garden History: The Journal of the Garden History Society 36/2 (Winter 2008) 332. ISSN 0307-1243. On Historic Gardens of England: Northamptonshire by Timothy Mowl & Clare Hickman (Stroud 2008)

Architecture Ireland: The Journal of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland ccxlii (November 2008) 85. ISSN 1649-5152. On Georgian Dublin edited by Gillian O'Brien & Finola O'Kane (Dublin 2008)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xviii/1 (January-February 2009) 91. ISSN 0967-2176. On Studies in the Gothic Revival edited by Michael McCarthy & Karina O'Neill (Dublin 2008)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xviii/1 (January-February 2009) 93. ISSN 0967-2176. On Living Buildings. Architectural Conservation: Philosophy, Principles, and Practice by Donald Insall (London 2008)

*Journal of Urban Design xiv/1 (February 2009) 121-125. ISSN 1357-4809. On Man-Made Future: Planning, Education and Design in Mid-Twentieth-Century Britain edited by Iain Boyd Whyte (Abingdon & New York 2007)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1884 (19-25 February 2009) 47. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Persistence of the Classical: Essays on Architecture presented to David Watkin edited by Frank Salmon (London 2008)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1887 (12-18 March 2009) 54. ISSN 0049-3929. On Obelisks: A History by Brian A Curran, Anthony Grafton, Pamela O Long, & Benjamin Weiss (Cambrige MA & London 2009)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xviii/3 (May-June 2009) 92. ISSN 0967-2176. On Powerhouses of Provincial Architecture 1837-1914 edited by Kathryn Ferry (London 2009)

Garden History: The Journal of the Garden History Society 37/1 (Summer 2009) 131-2. ISSN 0307-1243. On Historic Gardens of England: Cheshire by Timothy Mowl & Marion Mako (Bristol 2008)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1900 (11-17 June 2009) 53. ISSN 0049-3929. On Maria Graham: A Literary Biography by Regina Akel (Amherst, NY, 2009)

*Journal of Urban Design xiv/3 (August 2009) 399-402. ISSN 1357-4809. On The Practice of Modernism: Modern Architects and Urban Transformation, 1954-1972 by John R. Gold (Abingdon & New York 2007)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xviii/5 (September/October 2009) 84. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Roman Forum by David Watkin (London 2009)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xviii/5 (September/October 2009) 85. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Collected letters of A.W.N.Pugin i-iii edited by Margaret Belcher (Oxford 2001-9)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 98 (Autumn 2009) 18-20. On Le Corbusier and Britain: An Anthology edited by Irena Murray & Julian Osley (Abingdon 2009) and Le Corbusier and the Occult by J.K.Birksted (Cambridge MA & London 2009)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1915 (24-30 September 2009) 52. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Gargoyles of Notre Dame: Medievalism and the Monsters of Modernity by Michael Camille (Chicago IL & London 2009)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1919 (22-28 October 2009) 51. ISSN 0049-3929. On Exploding the Myths of Modern Architecture by Malcolm Millais (London 2009)

Garden History: The Journal of the Garden History Society 37/2 (Winter 2009) 238-9. ISSN 0307-1243. On The German 'Mittelweg': Garden Theory and Philosophy in the Time of Kant by Michael G. Lee (New York 2007)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1928 (31 December 2009) 53. ISSN 0049-3929. On In Defence of The Enlightenment by Tzvetan Todorov (London 2009)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1929 (7-13 January 2010) 46-7. ISSN 0049-3929. On Athanasius Kircher's Theatre of the World by Joscelyn Godwin  (London 2009)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1936 (25 Feb-3 March 2010) 47. On Mausolea Hibernica by Maurice & Michael Craig (Dublin 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1945 (29 April-5 May 2010) 45. On The Architectural Achievement of Joseph Aloysius Hansom (1803-1882): designer of the Hansom Cab, Birmingham Town Hall and Churches of the Catholic Revival by Penelope Harris (Lampeter 2010)

Garden History: The Journal of the Garden History Society 38/1 (Summer 2010) 151‑2.  ISSN 0307-1243. On Historic Gardens of England: Staffordshire by Timothy Mowl & Dianne Barre (Bristol 2009)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1950 (3-9 June 2010) 38. ISSN 0049-3929. On Pevsner: The Early Life: Germany and Art by Stephen Games (London 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1952 (17-23 June 2010) 49.  ISSN 0049-3929. On Untimely Ruins: An Archaeology of American Urban Modernity, 1819-1919 by Nick Jablon (Chicago & London 2010)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 100 (Summer 2010) 12-13. On Bendhu and its builders by Andrew Cowser (Belfast 2009)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xix/4 (July/August 2010) 91. ISSN 0967-2176. On Materials for Architects & Builders by Arthur Lyons (London 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1956 (15-21 July 2010) 57. ISSN 0049-3929. On Saltaire: The Making of a Model Town by Neil Jackson, Jo Lintonbon, & Bryony Staples (Reading 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1960 (12-18 August 2010) 51. ISSN 0049-3929. On Charles Rennie Mackintosh:A Biography by James Macaulay (London & New York 2010)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xix/5 (September/October 2010) 94. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Architecture of the Universities of Leicester by Arthur Lyons (Syston 2010)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 101 (Autumn 2010) 16. On Belfast City Hall: An Architectural History by Paul Larmour (Belfast 2010)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 101 (Autumn 2010) 19-20. On Medieval Church Window Tracery in England by Stephen Hart (Woodbridge 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1974 (18-24 November 2010) 55. On William White: Pioneer Victorian Architect by Gill Hunter (Reading 2010)

*True Principles: The Journal of The Pugin Society iv/ii (Winter 2010-11) 214-16. On Modern architectural theory: a historical survey, 1673-1968 by Harry Francis Mallgrave (Cambridge & New York 2009)

Garden History: The Journal of the Garden History Society 38/2 (Summer 2010) 320-1. ISSN 0307-1243. On Stanisław Kostka  Potocki (1755-1821): The Œuvre of an Amateur Architect by Jolanta Polanowska (Warsaw 2009)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1983 (27 Jan-2 Feb 2011) 56-7. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Classical Country House: from the Archives of Country Life by David Watkin (London 2010)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 102 (Winter/Spring 2011) 27-8. On The Architectural Achievement of Joseph Aloysius Hansom (1803-1882): Designer of the Hansom Cab, Birmingham Town Hall, and Churches of the Catholic Revival by Penelope Harris (Lampeter 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education) 1989 (10-16 March 2011) 53. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Oxford Handbook of Fascism edited by R. J. B. Bosworth (Oxford 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education2001 (2-8 June 2011) 54-5. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Battle of the Styles: Society, Culture and the Design of a New Foreign Office, 1855-1861 by Bernard Porter (London 2011)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 103 (Summer 2011) 12-13. On Designs for Churches and Chapels by W.E. Pocock (Reading 2010) and Seven Church Architects 1830-1930: Ecclesiology Today 42 edited by Geoff Brandwood (London 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2006 (7-13 July 2011) 58-9. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Architecture of Sir Ernest George by Hilary J. Grainger (Reading 2011)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xx/4 (July-August 2011) 106-7. ISSN 0967-2176. On Survey of London: Monograph 18. The Charterhouse by Philip Temple (London 2010)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2014 (27 September 2011) 53. ISSN 0049-3929. On Vitruvius Scoticus by William Adam (London 2011)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 104 (Autumn 2011) 12-14. On Nikolaus Pevsner: The Life by Susie Harries (London 2011)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2019 (6-12 October 2011) 54-5. ISSN 0049-3929. On Mughal Architecture and Gardens by George Michell and Amit Pasricha (Woodbridge 2011)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2020 (13-19 October 2011) 55. ISSN 0049-3929. On Clonbern Graveyard: Its Monuments and People edited by Evelyn Mullally (Belfast 2011)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2025 (17 - 23 November 2011) 51. ISSN 0049-3929. On Dublin 1911 edited by Catriona Crowe (Dublin 2011)

Mausolus: The Newsletter of the Mausolea & Monuments Trust (Autumn 2011) 8. ISSN 2042-3071. On Clonbern Graveyard: Its Monuments and People edited by Evelyn Mullally (Belfast 2011)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2031 (5-11 January 2012) 49. ISSN 0049-3929. On The Eighteenth-Century Church in Britain by Terry Friedman (New Haven CT & London 2011)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 105 (Winter/Spring 2012) 22-3. On Vauxhall Gardens; A History by David Coke & Alan Borg (New Haven CT & London 2011)

The London Journal xxxvii/1 (March 2012) 58-9. ISSN 0305-8034. On Westminster Abbey Record Series VI.  Surveyors to the Fabric of Westminster Abbey, 1827-1806. Reports and Letters edited by C Reynolds (Woodbridge 2011)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2040 (8-14 March 2012) 53. ISSN 0049-3929. On Stephen Dykes Bower by Anthony Symondson (London 2011)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2042 (22-28 March 2012) 51. ISSN 0049-3929. On Emanuel Swedenborg, Secret Agent on Earth and in Heaven: Jacobites, Jews, and Freemasons in Early Modern Sweden by Marsha Keith Schuchard (Leiden 2011)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 106 (Summer 2012) 20. On Clonbern Graveyard; its Monuments and People edited by Evelyn Mullally (Belfast 2011)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 107 (Autumn 2012) 13-15. On Stephen Dykes Bower by Anthony Symondson and Chamberlin, Powell, & Bon: The Barbican and Beyond by Elain Harwood (both London 2011)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xxi/5 (September/October 2012) 62. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Architecture of Sharpe, Paley, and Austin by Geoff Brandwood et al. (Swindon 2012)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2068 (20-26 September 2012) 50-51. ISSN 0049-3929. On Designing Antiquity: Owen Jones. Ancient Egypt and the Crystal Palace by Stephanie Moser (New Haven CT & London 2012)

The Antiquaries Journal 92 (2012) 503-4. ISSN 0003-5815. On The Eighteenth-Century Church in Britain by Terry Friedman (New Haven & London 2011)

El Mercurio (30 December 2012) E12. On María Graham: la vida como una novella by Regina Akel (Santiago 2012)

Garden History: The Journal of the Garden History Society 40/2 (Winter 2012) 307-8. ISSN 0307-1243. On The London Letters of Samuel Molyneux, 1712-13 with Introduction and Commentary by Paul Holden and Epilogue by Sheila O’Connell. Publication 172 of the London Topographical Society (London 2011)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xxii/3 (May/June 2013) 94. ISSN 0967-2176. On The Plantation of Ulster: Ideology and practice edited by Éamonn Ó Ciardha & Micheál Ó Siochrú (Manchester & New York 2012)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2101 (16-22 May 2013) 53. ISSN 0049-3929. On Egyptian Oedipus: Athanasius Kircher and the Secrets of Antiquity by Daniel Stolzenberg (Chicago 2013)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2108 (4-10 July 2013) 50. ISSN 0049-3929. On Defying Decrepitude: A Personal Memoir by Alan Peacock (London 2013)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xxii/4 (July/August 2013) 92. ISSN 0967-2176. On James Wyatt: Architect to George III by John Martin Robinson (New Haven & London 2007)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2127 (14-20 Nov 2013) 50-1. ISSN 0049-3929. On A Treatise on Modern Architecture in Five Books by George Saumarez Smith (Oxford 2013)

Church Monuments: Journal of the Church Monuments Society xxviii (2013) 159-60. ISSN 0268-7518. On Bishops and Burgers, Dukes and Knights by Jerome Bertram (London 2012), and on The Social and Religious Context of Co. Kilkenny funeral monuments, 1600-1700 by Paul Cockerham (London 2009)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2133 (2-8 Jan 2014) 43. ISSN 0049-3929. On Imperial Gothic: Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture in the British Empire, 1840-1870 by G.A. Bremner (New Haven & London 2013)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 111 (Winter/Spring 2014) 22-23. On The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster: Armagh, Cavan, and Monaghan by Kevin V Mulligan (London 2013)

True Principles: The Journal of The Pugin Society iv/iv (Spring 2014) 358-61. ISSN 1747-9371. On ‘Gothic For Ever’: A.W.N. Pugin, Lord Shrewsbury, and the Rebuilding of Catholic England by Michael Fisher (Reading 2012)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2153 (22-28 May 2014) 53. ISSN 0049-3929. On Religio Duplex: How the Enlightenment Reinvented Egyptian Religion by Jan Assmann, translated by Robert Savage (Cambridge 2014)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2154 (4 June 2014) 47. ISSN 0049-3929. On Pevsner: The Complete Broadcast Talks. Architecture and Art on Radio and Television, 1945-1977 (Farnham 2014)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xxiii/4 (July/August 2014) 78. ISSN 0967-2176. On Survey of London xlix & l Battersea Part I edited by Andrew Saint; Battersea Part II edited by Colin Thom (New Haven & London 2013)

The Antiquaries Journal 94 (2014) 395-7. ISSN 0003-5815. On Medieval Wall Paintings by Roger Rosewell (Oxford 2014) and Spas and Spa Visiting by Ian D Rotherham (Oxford 2014)

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland online reviews http://www.socantscot.org/article.asp?aid=2363. On Central Glasgow through Time by Etta Dunn (Stroud 2014)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xxiii/6 (Nov./Dec. 2014) 94. ISSN 0967-2176. On An Archaeological Survey of County Fermanagh. Vol. 1 Parts 1 & 2 Brian G Scott General Editor (Belfast 2014)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2179 (20-26 November 2014) 51. ISSN 0049-3929. On An Intelligent Tory: Henry Worms, Lord Pirbright (1840-1903)  by James Grimshaw (Hove 2014)

THE (Times Higher Education) 2183 (18-31 December 2014) 51. ISSN 0049-3929. On Gothic Wonder: Art, Artifice, and the Decorated Style, 1290-1350 by Paul Binski (New Haven & London 2014), and on Wilhelm II: Into the Abyss of War and Exile, 1900-1941 by John C.G. Röhl (Cambridge 2014)

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter 114 (Winter/Spring 2015) 17-18. On Bleak Houses: Disappointment and Failure in Architecture by Timothy Brittain-Catlin (Cambridge MA & London 2014)

Perspective: The Journal of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects xxiv/2 (March/April 2015) 67. ISSN 0967-2176. On George Frederick Bodley and the Later Gothic Revival in Britain and America by Michael Hall (New Haven & London 2014)