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Fabrications volume 26, number 2 (June 2016).
'Networks and Flows'

Edited by Stuart King & Anoma Pieris

Stuart King & Anoma Pieris

Peter Scriver, Katharine Bartsch & Md. Mizanur Rashid
The Space of Citizenship: Drifting and Dwelling in "Imperial" Australia

Julie Willis
Architectural Movements: Journeys of an Inter-colonial Profession

Tanja Poppelreuter
Before 1939: Refugee Architects to New Zealand

Russell Rodrigo
Otto Koenigsberger and Modernist Historiography

Vandana Baweja
The Evansian Period of Knossos: Inconvenient History and the World Heritage List

The issue also includes the following report:

Intersecting Interests: Developments in Networks and Flows of Information and Expertise in Architectural History, by G. A. Bremner, Johan Lagae & Mercedes Volait.

The issue also includes the following reviews:

Vertical Living: The Architectural Centre and the Remaking of Wellington, by Julia Gatley and Paul Walker. Review by Miles Glendinning.

Between Duty and Design: The Architect-soldier Sir J.J. Talbot Hobbs, edited by John J. Taylor. Review by David Rowe.



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