Talks and publications

Every member of AHP staff has experience of lecturing and presenting papers at seminars and conferences. As well as a good general knowledge of architecture and conservation principles and practice, AHP staff each have their own area of expertise or interest, including places of worship; London townhouses; Georgian architecture; and historic buildings and places. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Forthcoming and recent publications by AHP staff include:

  • An Introduction to Heritage Assets on Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Roman Catholic Churches by Andrew Derrick for Historic England (forthcoming)
  • A chapter by Neil Burton on 'Bankers' Georgian' in Julian Holder and Elizabeth McKellar (eds.), Neo-Georgian Architecture, 1880-1970. A reappraisal (2016)

Forthcoming and recent lectures and talks by AHP staff include:

  • A lecture on 'Stained glass in Roman Catholic churches after the Second Vatican Council' by AHP director Andrew Derrick at the In glass thy story symposium of the ACE Trust, 8 September 2017
  • A paper on 'Quaker Meeting Houses and their architects' by AHP Associate Johanna Roethe at the Thomas Rickman and Liverpool conference, 20 May 2017
  • A paper on Dannecker's Ariadne on the Panther by AHP Associate Johanna Roethe at the annual  conference of the Association of Art Historians, 7 April 2017
  • A lecture by AHP director Neil Burton at the Attingham Trust's London House Course, 21 April 2016
  • The IHBC NW Branch conference on Homegrown architecture: towards a new vernacular was chaired by AHP director Marion Barter, 15 October 2015
  • A talk on 'Cathedrals: New work and reordering: current practice in England’ by AHP director Andrew Derrick at the Conservation without Frontiers summer school organised by the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society and the Irish Georgian Society, 25 June 2015
  • A talk on 'Twentieth-century Catholic churches in England: context and overview' by AHP director Andrew Derrick at the Historic Churches Committees Conference, 21 May 2015