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Elizabeth Whitworth Scott (1898-1972): The Architect of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre


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Howard, S. C., 2009. Elizabeth Whitworth Scott (1898-1972): The Architect of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. Thesis (Master of Philosophy (MPhil)). University of Bath.

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    Abstract

    Elizabeth Whitworth Scott (1898-1972) became one of the Architectural Association’s pioneering female students in the twenties when she won the competition for the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1932. Any published record of Scott’s achievement starts and ends as being the architect of the theatre so, more than simply documenting her life and work, I attempt to assess the impact her gender had on her career; and by placing her in a social and professional context, I will locate her within the broader context of modernism in twenties and thirties Britain. My research in this thesis will seek to discover why Whitworth Scott’s career lapsed into relative obscurity having been the winner of such a highly prestigious architectural competition.

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    Item Type Thesis (Master of Philosophy (MPhil))
    CreatorsHoward, S. C.
    DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Architecture & Civil Engineering
    Publisher StatementUnivBath_MPhil_2009_S_Howard.pdf: © The Author
    StatusUnpublished
    ID Code21966

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