Susan Holden is an architect, architectural educator and researcher with a PhD in Architecture from the University of Queensland. She lectures in architectural design and the history and theory of architecture at UQ and is a member of the ATCH Research Centre. Susan has an ongoing interest in the architecture and planning of the modern Australian university campus.
John Macarthur and Susan Holden of Architecture Theory Criticism History (ATCH) use the pavilion as a device to explore the crossover between the disciplines of architecture and the visual arts.
This Dossier compiles recent work in architectural history presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ). A theme common to the five articles included in this Dossier is the way that architectural production is shaped by institutions: universities, business entities, religious organizations, governments and community groups. As such, these pieces point to broader issues that affect architectural culture today.