James Morris Essay Prize
for Colonial and Post-Colonial Architecture
The James Morris Essay Prize is named after James Morris (1878-1964), a British-born and -educated architect who worked in South Africa from 1902, including a period spent in the office of Sir Herbert Baker. It was generously endowed by his grandson, Dr Simon Morris.
It is awarded to the best essay received on British Colonial and Post-Colonial Architecture. The prize is presented at the Society’s Annual Lecture and Awards Ceremony.
Thomas Rigby, ‘India, Imperialism and Identity: Arthur Shoosmith’, University of Liverpool