Below are a selected number of references, further readings and links to resources which informed our analysis.
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Burke, C. (2005) ‘Personal Journeys: an examination of the use of the concept of time travel in constructing knowledge of past educational spaces’ in Visualizing History. Images of Education (ed.) Ulrike Mietzner, Kevin Myers and Nick Peim, Kevin Myers. London:Peter Lang.
Burke, C. (2008) Imagining School: conversations between educators and architects in post-war school design, conference paper given at RGS/IBG Annual Conference, 27-29 August 2008
Burke, C. (2005) ‘The Edible landscape of School’ in Children’s Spaces edited by Mark Dudek (2005) London: The Architectural Press.
Burke, C. (2005) ‘The School without Tears. E. F. O’Neill of Prestolee’ History of Education Journal, vol 34, no 3. Pp 263-275.
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The Design Council http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/en/Design-Council/3/Publications/?PageNum=2
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