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Colloquium: Exploring Common Grounds – Architectural Methodologies in Doctoral Learning

Authors: Julia Udall , Anna Holder

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The ‘Common Grounds’ Colloquium was a workshop-based event which took place on the 14th/15th of January 2011 at Gladstone’s Library, St. Deniol’s. It was organised by James Benedict Brown and Anna Holder, students from Queens University Belfast and the University of Sheffield. The event was devised in response to a growing awareness that as architects we have a particular way of thinking about and carrying out research, whilst also a magpie-like approach, often borrowing from other disciplines. ‘Common Grounds’ was a name chosen to signify the need for developing a shared body of knowledge, and a place to collaborate and reflect on these concerns.. The following review, co-authored by a participant and a workshop organiser, gives an account of the event and draws out emerging themes and commonalities of experience which can be used to develop understanding of the specificities of doctoral research in architecture and the built environment.

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Udall, J. & Holder, A., (2013) “Colloquium: Exploring Common Grounds – Architectural Methodologies in Doctoral Learning”, field 5(1), 129–142.

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01 Nov 2013
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