Prof Spearritt has research interests in Coastal urbanisation and Australian capital cities, the conservation of natural and built heritage, the water, energy and .
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Rod Fisher, “'Nocturnal Demolitions': The Long March Toward Heritage Legislation In Queensland,” in John Rickard and Peter Spearritt, eds., Packaging the.
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Schiffer, MB. and Gumerman, G.J. (eds) () Conservation Archaeology: A Guide for Cultural Spearritt, P. () 'Money, taste and industrial heritage'.
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It brings together dynamic, critical interdisciplinary research in the field of cultural heritage and heritage conservation. All articles . Australia; Prof Peter Spearritt.
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Spearritt, Peter. Professor of history with a special interest in coastal urbanisation and the conservation of natural and built heritage. Occupation. Academic.
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