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Type: Sound
Title: Interview with Derrick Kendrick – A Key Figure in the Restructuring and Development of the School of Architecture and Built Environment
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Series/Report no.: Series 1345 Oral Histories and Interviews;
Abstract: Derrick Kendrick studied Architecture in the United Kingdom after completing his schooling, and traveled to Adelaide in 1958 to begin lecturing at the University. The newly established School of Architecture comprised about 50 students at the time, many of whom had transferred over from the Institute of Technology School of Architecture. Along with David Sanders, Derrick helped to restructure the Architecture Degree courses, time frames and subjects, and wrote the rules and regulations that would be put in place to achieve the new course objectives. He speaks extensively about the different approaches adopted by the School during this time of transition in order to accommodate the needs of students, lecturers and the profession itself, and reflects on the reviews, appointments and challenges that beset the School during the 1980s. Disc 3 is focused on the planning content of the course in the Architecture School.
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