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MURRAY FRASER

Murray Fraser is professor of architecture at the University of Westminster, where he is the coordinator for postgraduate studies and research.He is an experienced architect with a PhD in architectural history from the Bartlett.His research and teaching covers studio design, history and theory, cultural studies, and 'real-time'digital design. In 2001 he was the winner of the inaugural RIBA dissertation tutor of the year award.He is on the RIBA Validation and Assessment Panels, and sits on the RIBA Research Awards committee. He is completing a book with Joe Kerr on the US influence on post-war British architecture.He has written widely on cross-cultural relationships in architecture, and his doctorate on state housing and colonial planning in Ireland was published as John Bull's Other Homes.He has written chapters in InterSections, Autopia, and London from Punk to Blair.

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