The Group produces a refereed journal of national standing - Vernacular Architecture - the authoritative voice on the subject. It ranges over the whole field, nationally and internationally, reporting the results of recent research or reconsidering accepted views. It carries numerous reviews and also includes annual lists of buildings for which tree-ring dates have been obtained.
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Contents list for Vernacular Architecture 45 (2014):
Debates and Speculations
- Burn marks on buildings: accidental or deliberate? - John Dean and Nick Hill
Analysis and Interpretation
- An archaeological approach to the development of the late medieval peasant house - Mark Gardiner
- 'The theatre of the Welsh farmer's domestic life' - Richard Bebb
- Social reform and segregation: tenant housing in the Isle of Lewis, 1795-1900 - Catriona Mackie
Materials and Construction
- A pair of late medieval two-cell houses in an Essex village, and a regional context for the building type - Tim Howson
- Baythorne Hall, a raised-aisled hall in Birdbrook, Essex, and its relationship to other raised-aisled halls - John Walker
Dating: Theory and Practice
- Radiocarbon date list 4
- Tree-ring date lists 2014
- Book Reviews