Dr Bruce Induni

School: School of Art and Architecture
Position: Lecturer

Biography

The combination of:


  • a teaching degree;

  • a conservation specific doctorate;

  • 20 years professional experience in archaeology and conservation; and

  • 26 years professional experience in HE


has given me a unique blend of practical and academic insight into historic building analysis repair and teaching.

Research expertise

My research interests include:


  • Teaching and learning in HE

  • Historical research

  • Conservation and repair of traditional buildings and materials

  • Ecologically sustainable building design, particularly the adaption of traditional materials to modern needs

Teaching areas & responsibilities

Undergraduate and postgraduate architectural conservation

Educational and professional qualifications

  • 2005PhD University of Plymouth
  • 1981Bachelor of Education Nottingham

Conferences & events

  • Numerous conference and event contributions

Contribution to publications:

  • Lime and magic, ASCHB Proceedings.

  • The Strange History of the English Lime Revival, National Lime Association (USA).

  • Organizational and commercial factors in church heating decision making (in Sustainable Building Conservation Ed. Oriel Prizeman)
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Conservation of the deBrien tomb in Tewkesbury Abbey