13 insightful writers . . .  

on architecture • on social change • on heritage  • on trend-setting

a team of historians, commentators, arts writers, architects, urban planners, heritage consultants and social observers were gathered together as a writing taskforce to research and record what happened in this unique village, its development over 198 years since early land grants as one Australia's first urban developments, reflecting on what contemporary Australians have learned about
the art of living in cities.  This book documents a living, evolving timeline of our society with insightful lessons for all of us who live in cities.

Editor - Introduction - Greg Young, editor, adjunct professor, historian, planner

Author - chapter 1 - Paul Irish, historian, archaeologist, heritage consultant

Author - chapter 2 - Bill Morrison, architect & urban designer

Author - chapter 3 - Garry Wotherspoon, historian & writer

Author - chapter 3 - Paul Ashton, historian, adjunct professor, author

Author - chapter 4 - Robert Griffin, heritage consultant, conservationist, author

Author - chapter 5 - Robert Brown, architect & academic

Author - chapter 5 - Robert Griffin, heritage consultant, lecturer, writer

Author - chapter 6 - Sharon Veale, public historian & urban planner

Author - chapter 6 & 9 - Peter McNeil, historian, professor, author

Author - chapter 7 - Sheridan Burke, heritage consultant, conservation planner

Author - chapter 8 - Sandra Hall, film critic, novelist, social commentator

Author - chapter 10 - Helen Armstrong, landscape architect, emeritus professor

Author - chapter 11 - Peter Spearritt, historian, professor & social scientist

Preview their inspiring chapter outlines here

 

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