Cambridge University Press summer seminar series : Urban Histories with Dr James Lesh
Over the next few months, this seminar series, hosted by Cambridge University Press, will swhocase leading edge research in the field of urban history.
Seminar Two, led by ACAHUCH post-doctoral fellow, Dr James Lesh, will discuss work on heritage protection and conservation in Sydney and Melbourne in the 1990s, and the rejection of esteemed heritage planner Helen Proudfoot (d. 2012) of the role of heritage consultatnts in the rapidly morphing urban environments in these two cities.
The talk will be Friday 17.07.20 between 8-9pm AEST. Registration link here.
Some other talks from the series can be seen in the Vimeo above. Further links to James' seminar will be posted in due course to the Cambridge Seminar Series homepage here.
See more of Dr Lesh's work here.