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Architectural Historian and Author . He later read for his Doctorate at University College London (his academic profile is given in ‘About Me: Qualifications (james-stevens-curl-qualifications)’). Architects and the Royal Irish Academy. Page 2 of 4 Plaster bust by Alexander Stoddart of Paisley (1996) About Me Having graduated in Architecture at 03-Sep-15 . and has twice been Visiting Fellow at Peterhouse. His Memberships include the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Planning writing his Dissertation under the direction of the German architect..Professor James Stevens Curl .About JSC . JSC went on to study Town Planning. Arthur Korn.jamesstevenscurl. He has held Chairs at three Universities. University of Cambridge.. Ireland the Royal Institute of British Architects.. Academy http://www.

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