Katherine Vaughan-Williams: tributes a testament to her life and career
It is unusual for the broadsheets to run obituaries of architectural academics, and unheard of that they should pay tribute to a theorist who was young, female and very much removed from the established academic institutions. That both the Times and the Guardian have seen fit to run extensive obituaries of Katherine Vaughan-Williams is testament to her success in challenging the conventions of architectural academia.
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