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Dr Carolyn Gibbeson

Assistant Professor

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Carolyn Gibbeson

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  • Agricultural shows, connectivity and families of choice, Westwood, C., Gibbeson, C. 19 May 2022, Family Events, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Let's talk about our historical built environment, Gibbeson, C. 1 Dec 2022
  • Negotiating a negative past in the reuse of historic prisons, Gibbeson, C., Gill, S. 1 Jun 2022, In: Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal
  • ‘Not just a building, a community’: staff reflections on former historic asylum sites, Gibbeson, C. 17 May 2021, In: Oral History
  • Place attachment and negative places: A qualitative approach to historic former mental asylums, stigma and place-protectionism, Gibbeson, C. 1 Oct 2020, In: Journal of Environmental Psychology
  • Not always nice: the effect of a whole-life perspective on heritage and redevelopment, Gibbeson, C. 1 Sep 2018, In: Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal
  • Perceptions of occupiers' liability risk by estate managers: A case study of memorial safety in English cemeteries, Bennett, L., Gibbeson, C. 20 Apr 2010, In: International Journal of Law in the Built Environment

Other Courses PhD December 01 2017


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