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Hugh Campbell graduated as an architect from University College Dublin in 1988.After working for De Blacam and Meagher, he returned to UCD where he completed a Master's and PhD in urban history and also taught part-time.After two years teaching at the Architectural Association and the University of Greenwich, he returned to a full-time position in UCD in 1997, where he is a college lecturer.He is currently coordinating the Part 2 course, contributing to the fourth and fifth-year design studio as well as the history and theory programme, and continuing to teach a second-year lecture course on modern architecture.His current research focuses on the connections between consciousness and architecture and in particular on representations of the urban consciousness.

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