Juliet Odgers Lecturer



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Juliet Odgers

Lecturer





Current Post & Contract Lecturer, part-time, permanent.

Post School Education
2007 Registered on PhD program in History and Theory of Architecture, University of Bath.

1985 RIBA Part Three, University of Cambridge.

1984 Diploma in Architecture, Distinction, University of Cambridge.

1981 BA, Architecture II(I), University of Cambridge.




Career


Main employment
2004 Lecturer, Welsh School of Architecture

1999 Professional Tutor, Welsh School of Architecture

1996 Associate, Mallinson Architects, London.

1989-90 Architect, Brandon-Jones Robinson Saunders and Thorne, London

1987 Associate, Peake Short and Partners, London.

1985 Architect, Terry Farrell Partnership, London.

1983 Architectural Assistant, KKM Architects, London.

1981-82 Architectural Assistant, The Architects Collaborative, Boston, USA.



Part time teaching:

1997-99 Visiting Tutor , Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University.

1996-98 Visiting Tutor, Kent Institute of Art and Design.

1989-95 Visiting Tutor, University of North London (Formerly polytechnic of North London)

1987-88 Visiting Tutor, North East London Polytechnic.

1986-87 Visiting Tutor, Leicester Polytechnic.



Teaching (Departmental)


  • Scheme convenor BSc in Architectural Studies

  • Module leader, Architecture in Context, level 2.

  • Year 3 tutor.

  • MArch Dissertation Tutor

  • Internal Examiner MArch 2.

  • Internal Examiner BSc.


Administration

External

  • Director of Undergraduate Studies

  • Member of School Board

  • Member BSc/BArch Scheme Review Committees

  • Member Staff/Student Panel

  • Member Research Forum and Architectural History and theory Group.

  • Member Learning, Teaching and Assessment Committee

  • Member of the admissions committee




  • Editor of Arq, Cambridge University Press.

  • Member of the Steering Group to the Architectural Humanists research Association






Publications


Jo Odgers, Authority, Questioning and Learning, Reflections on Writing as Reflective Practice in the Design Studio’, Architectural Education Exchange Conference, Cardiff, 2001. http://cebe.cf.ac.uk/aee/pdfs/odgersj.pdf.





Jo Odgers and Simon Unwin, BSc Architectural Studies, Year One

Welsh School of Architecture’, in Constantin Spiridonidis (ed.) Monitoring Architectural Design Education in European Schools of Architecture, (EAAE, Greece, 2004)







Jo Odgers, Flora Samuel and Adam Sharr (eds.), Primitive Abstracts, (Cardiff: Welsh School of Architecture, 2004)

Jo Odgers, ‘ John Wood and the re-founding of Bath: Moses, Bladud and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit’ in Jo Odgers, Flora Samuel and Adam Sharr (eds.), Primitive Abstracts, (Cardiff: Welsh School of Architecture, 2004)







Jo Odgers, Flora Samuel and Adam Sharr (eds.), Primitive: Original Matters in architecture (London: Routledge, 2006). Including chapter Jo Odgers, ‘The Emblematic City: John Wood and the Re-founding of Bath’ in Jo Odgers, Flora Samuel and Adam Sharr (eds.), Primitive: Original Matters in architecture (London: Routledge, 2006)





Jo Odgers,’ Medicine, Alchemy and Architecture at Bath: A study of Paracelsian Emblematics in the Work of John Wood the Elder,’ In Annick Cossic (ed.), Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Spa Towns in England and France, (London: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006).





Jo Odgers, ‘Holiday Haven, Aldington and Craig’s celebrated Anderton House….’, The Architects’ Journal, No.12, vol.218, 2nd October 2003. pp28-37





Jo Odgers, Book Review of Selling Architectural Ideas by Tom Porter. CEBE web site. http://cebe.cf.ac.uk/resources/books





Jo Odgers, ‘ John Wood and the re-founding of Bath: Moses, Bladud and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit’, in Adam Sharr (ed.), Made at WSA, 2, (2005), pp. 56-65.





Jo Odgers, ‘Revealing the Unseen’, July 2003. http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ac/tracey/comm/odgers.html





Jo Odgers, Flora Samuel and Adam Sharr (eds.), Primitive Abstracts, (Cardiff: Welsh School of Architecture, 2004)





Jo Odgers, ‘ John Wood and the re-founding of Bath: Moses, Bladud and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit’ in Jo Odgers, Flora Samuel and Adam Sharr (eds.), Primitive Abstracts, (Cardiff: Welsh School of Architecture, 2004)


Jo Odgers, ‘ John Wood and the re-founding of Bath: Moses, Bladud and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit’, in Adam Sharr (ed.), Made at WSA, 2, (2005), pp. 56-65.


Jo Odgers,’ Medicine, Alchemy and Architecture at Bath: A study of Paracelsian Emblematics in the Work of John Wood the Elder,’ In Annick Cossic (ed.), Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Spa Towns in England and France, (London: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006).


Allison Dutoit, Juliet Odgers and Adam Sharr (eds.), Quality Out of Control: Standards for Measuring Architecture, (London: Routledge, 2010).


Juliet Odgers and Flora Samuel Designing in Quality, in Dutoit et al , Quality Out of Control: Standards for Measuring Architecture, (London: Routledge, 2010).


Juliet Odgers, 'Water and the Historicity of Perception', in Dutoit, Quality, (2010).


Juliet Odgers, 'Power, Trade and Philosophy in the hydraulic landscape of Wotton House', Abstracts of Papers presented at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians USA, Annual meeting, (SAH: Chicago,2010).


Juliet Odgers, 'The Feeling of Things and the Greater Scale: Caruso St John and the Humanist Tradition', Scale Conference Abstracts, (Canterbury: University of Kent, 2010)


Juliet Odgers, The Economy of the Microcosm: John Evelyn's garden', Economy : Abstracts (Cardiff: WSA, 2011), pp101-102


Juliet Odgers, 'Water in Use and Philosophy at Wotton House: John Evelyn and the History of the Trades', Architectural Research Quarterly , vol. 15, issue 3, 2011, pp. 237-247

Juliet Odgers, Mhairi McVicar and Stephen Kite, eds., Economy and Architecture, (London: Routledge, 2015).


Juliet Odgers, ‘John Evelyn’s Villa at Sayes Court; A Microcosm of Love and Labour’ in Economy and Architecture, ed. by Juliet Odgers, Mhairi McVicar and Stephen Kite (London: Routledge, 2015).


Juliet Odgers, ‘Resemblance and Figure in Garden and Laboratory: Gaffarel’s influence on John Evelyn’, in Jacques Gaffarel: Between Magic and Science, ed. by Hiro Hirai (Rome; Pisa: Serra, 2014), pp. 85 – 109.



General Statement of Research
My research efforts are currently focussed through a PhD, at the University of Bath, ‘Garden as Laboratory in the work of John Evelyn: Baconian intentions and the Hermetic legacy’. This will be submitted in early 2106. I am examining the influence of Evelyn’s natural philosophical ideas on the spaces of his gardens, following the themes of garden as laboratory, as alchemical emblem and as an expression of astrological ideas. As a member of the Architectural History and Theory Group at the WSA I co-organised our successful international conference 'Economy' and co-edited a publication based on papers developed from that event. Current projects include a contribution to the forthcoming book, Perspective as Practice, sponsored by the Centre Alexandre Koyré and Max Plank Institute; and presentation of a paper on John Evelyn’s Elysium Britannicum as a literary manifestation of Francis Bacons’ Salomon’s House form the New Atlantis, at the American Society of Architectural Historian’s annual conference, Pasadena 2016. .

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