Disciplinary challenges. Critical perspectives

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At the Research Seminar held at the riba on 9 September (see Report, pp13-15), Alan Penn presented the next rae exercise as a creative vehicle by which the diversity of research and architecture could be acknowledged and consolidated as a basis for self-understanding. In principle, this is a good idea. However, it implies something of a common disciplinary understanding, as against the previous regime, where schools pursued different approaches within the loose framework of the riba assessment of design quality.
Original languageEnglish
JournalARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly
Volume9
Issue number1
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Publication statusPublished - 2005

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  • architecture education
  • research
  • research assessment exercise

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Disciplinary challenges. Critical perspectives. / Murray, G.

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