15 books …

In the style of Caitlin Moran ‘the lists of my life’ 15 books I’m thinking I should crack on with right now seeing how I haven’t written them this year!

  1. The little book of mud
  2. Materialities of Earth (the academic version of 1)
  3. Homes not quite for Heroes: how sustainable building emerged in the aftermath of the first world war
  4. “An archaeology of …,” “Curated by ….,”: lost words in an interdisciplinary age
  5. The transition movement and heritage: how communities got a voice
  6. All the houses: production, consumption and afterlives of buildings
  7. After Downton: the creation of the English Country House in the 21st century
  8. From space race to conservation race: how concrete didn’t make the past last forever
  9. All Creatures Great and Small: the creation of a ‘Yorkshire’ Landscape
  10. The Gruffalo’s child: the reinvention of heritage destinations in the Mumsnet era
  11. Location, Location, Creation: ‘places’ and the impact of the film industry on heritage
  12. Walking down the lane: repetition, commitment and understanding how places work
  13. Toast: vernacular buildings, crumbling plaster and selling pyjamas
  14. Face cream and other miracles: women conservation of the past
  15. Cardigan: a social history
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one of many possible illustrations from the little book of mud …

 

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