Curl, James Stevens
CURL, James Stevens
CURL, James Stevens. British, b. 1937. Genres: Architecture, Art/Art history, Design, History, Humanities, Urban studies, Biography, Reference. Career: Survey of London, architectural ed., 1970-73; Scottish Civic Trust, European Architectural Heritage Year, architectural adviser, 1973-75; Herts. County Council, sr. planning officer, 1975-78; Leicester School of Architecture, sr. lecturer, 1978-87, professor of architectural history and senior research fellow, 1998-2000; Centre for Conservation Studies, Leicester, emeritus professor of architectural history, 1987-88; Queen's University of Belfast, professor of architectural history and senior research fellow, 2000-02, professor of architectural history and honorary research fellow, 2002-. Publications: The Victorian Celebration of Death, 1972, rev. ed., 2000; The Erosion of Oxford, 1977; English Architecture: An Illustrated Glossary, 1977; Mausolea in Ulster, 1978; Moneymore and Draperstown, 1979; Classical Churches in Ulster, 1980; The History, Architecture, and Planning of the Estates of the Fishmongers Company in Ulster, 1981; The Life and Work of Henry Roberts (1803-76), Architect, 1983; The Londonderry Plantation, 1609-1914, 1986; English Architecture, 1987; Victorian Architecture, 1990; The Art and Architecture of Freemasonry, 1991, rev. ed., 2002; Classical Architecture, 1992, rev. ed., 2001; Encyclopaedia of Architectural Terms, 1993; Georgian Architecture, 1993, rev. ed., 2003; Egyptomania, 1994; Oxford Dictionary of Architecture, 1999-2000; The Honourable the Irish Society 1608-2000, 2000; Kendal Green Cemetery, 2001; Death and Architecture, 2002; Piety Proclaimed, 2002; The Egyptian Revival, 2003. Address: 15 Torgrange, Holywood, Down BT18 0NG, Northern Ireland.