ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Berkeley50 committee consists of Peter Dudley, Estelle Gittins and Greg Sheaf. We would like to thank the Librarian and College Archivist, Helen Shenton, for her support and advice.

We are indebted to our colleagues in Research IT –  especially Paddy Doyle – for hosting the Berkeley50 website.

Special thanks go to the following colleagues and friends:

Iris Bedford; Raelene Casey and the IFI; Richard Duckworth; Nicky Grene; Sharon McIntyre; Rebecca O’Neill; Colum O’Riordan and the IAA; Trevor Peare; the RIBA Library; Ellen Rowley; Leen Tangney; Donal Hickey; and Sharon Sutton and Gill Whelan.

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