Dr Kate Jordan

Senior Lecturer

DepartmentArchitecture and Cities
Research groupArchitectural History and Theory

Research outputs

Bruce Grove Transferred: The Role of Diverse Traditions in Historic Conservation
Jordan, K. 2009. Bruce Grove Transferred: The Role of Diverse Traditions in Historic Conservation. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review. XX (II), pp. 59-74.

Unfair Dismissal:The Legacy of Women Architects Working for London Councils
Jordan, K. 2018. Unfair Dismissal:The Legacy of Women Architects Working for London Councils. The Architectural Review.

Modern Architecture for Religious Communities, 1850-1970: Building the Kingdom
Jordan, K. Jordan, K. (ed.) 2018. Modern Architecture for Religious Communities, 1850-1970: Building the Kingdom. London Routledge.

The Building Sisters of Presteigne: Gender, Innovation and Tradition in Roman Catholic Architecture
Jordan, K. 2018. The Building Sisters of Presteigne: Gender, Innovation and Tradition in Roman Catholic Architecture. in: Jordan, K. and Lepine, A. (ed.) Modern Architecture for Religious Communities, 1850-1970: Building the Kingdon London Routledge. pp. 123-138

Spotless Lilies and Foul Smelling Weeds: Architecture and Moral Cleanliness in Victorian Magdalen Convents
Jordan, K. 2017. Spotless Lilies and Foul Smelling Weeds: Architecture and Moral Cleanliness in Victorian Magdalen Convents. RIBA.