Articles · Books · The Lutterworth Press

Where institutional narcissism becomes a spiritual sickness

From 2004-2010 I worked as diocesan safeguarding advisor (DSA) for the Church of England in Bath and Wells. I thought I would have something to offer from my previous training and experience as a social worker and as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. Part of the support structure was an excellent group of DSAs from other Christian… Continue reading Where institutional narcissism becomes a spiritual sickness

Interviews

Sheila Binns Author Interview

W.H. Crossland: An Architectural Biography by Sheila Binns Out now What inspired you to write W. H. Crossland: An Architectural Biography? My inspiration was the stupendous Founder’s Building, Royal Holloway, University of London.  I first became acquainted with its architect, W. H. Crossland, when I worked there.  However, it was impossible to get to know… Continue reading Sheila Binns Author Interview

Books

New in November

Britain’s Greatest Prime Minister Lord Liverpool by Martin Hutchinson Out on 26/11/2020 Britain’s Greatest Prime Minister: Lord Liverpool unpicks two centuries of Whig history to redeem Lord Liverpool (1770-1828) from ‘arch-mediocrity’ and establish him as the greatest political leader the country has ever seen. In the past, biographers of Lord Liverpool have not sufficiently acknowledged the… Continue reading New in November

Interviews

Author interview with Martin Hutchinson

Britain’s Greatest Prime Minister: Lord Liverpool by Martin Hutchinson Out on 26/11/2020 How would you describe Lord Liverpool’s legacy in today’s economy? Lord Liverpool remains the best exponent of economic polices that produce economic growth and prosperity – the foundation he put in lasted for the whole 19th century. He cut public spending far more… Continue reading Author interview with Martin Hutchinson

Uncategorized

W.H. Crossland: An Architectural Biography

W.H. Crossland: An Architectural Biography By Sheila Binns Out on the 24/09/2020 Pre Order Now At the lavish opening ceremony of the Royal Holloway College in 1886, William Henry Crossland presented Queen Victoria with an album of his drawings of the College – the phantasmagoria of a building he had created for Thomas Holloway in… Continue reading W.H. Crossland: An Architectural Biography