Robin Skinner

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Robin Skinner in the J.C. Beaglehole Room, 15 June 2009, Victoria University of Wellington

Dr Robin Skinner is an architecture academic and 'architectural historian'[1] at Victoria University of Wellington;s faculty of Architecture and Design. He was awarded a Doctoral thesis in 2007 for his work on Representation of Architecture and New Zealand in London 1841-1860.

His research interests include post colonialism and architecture, nineteenth century discourse and New Zealand architecture.[2]

He is currently on the committee of the Friends of the Alexander Turnbull Library[3] and is a past president of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ).[4][5]


Skinner studied at the University of Canterbury, where he completed his bachelor of civil engineering. After a number of years of working in the field of civil engineering, he studied at the University of Auckland, completing a Bachelor of Architecture. In 2007, Skinner completed his Doctoral thesis, also at the University of Auckland.


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