Associate Professor Nichols teaches in urban planning history, theory, and social and cultural planning. He has published in 20th century Australian planning and urban history as well as on cultural, socio-historical and heritage issues.
His recent books include the co-edited (with Hannah Lewi) Community: Building Modern Australia; the sole-authored The Bogan Delusion; and the co-authored (with Graeme Davison and Renate Howe) Trendyville.
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The tribulations of Walter Burley Griffin's final Australian plan: Milleara as 'the garden city of the future' 1925-1965
Victoria Kolankiewicz, David Nichols, Robert Freestone
Journal article | 2019 | Planning Perspectives
The Chicago architect/planner Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) is known world-wide for his plan for Canberra, Australia's nationa..
What's it all about, Monarto? John Andrews, Boris Kazanski and the Centre of South Australia's Unbuilt Second "New Town"
J Grant, P Walker, DG Nichols
Conference Proceedings | 2014 | Proceedings of 12th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference: Landscapes and Ecologies of Urban and Planning History
The Kew Club: The Modernist Mythology of a Middle-Ring Suburb
D NICHOLS, H LEWI
Conference Proceedings | 2007 | Panorama to Paradise: Scopic Regimes in Architectural and Urban History and Theory. Proceedings of the XXIVth Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) 2007
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Associate Professor - Urban Planning
Architecture, Building And Planning
Leading Lights: The Promotion of Garden Suburb Plans and Planners in Interwar Au
Honours Thesis on "Darlington and the University of Sydney"
University of Sydney