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Throughout the 26th issue of Materia Arquitectura, the editors are looking for the cartography of resistances that are
being built in the conflicts of the present, but also those that are still silenced in the archive, with the intention
of recognizing ‘bodies’ –human and non-human, subaltern and outside the norm, clandestine or oppressed,
with ignored or unrecognized identity– and ‘territories’ –borders, peripheries, refugee camps, ghettos,
colonies, slums, shantytowns, popular neighborhoods– traditionally excluded from architectural thought
because of their mundane and subversive conditions.
The Amherst College Department of Art and the History of Art seeks a scholar of early modern European art and architecture for a full-time three-year visiting appointment at the rank of visiting assistant professor, beginning on July 1, 2024.
The Amherst College Department of Art and the History of Art seeks a scholar of North American art and architecture for a full-time three-year visiting appointment at the rank of visiting assistant professor, beginning on July 1, 2024.
This issue seeks to explore the boundaries of what can be considered “colonial” in histories of architecture and urbanism, in the past as in the present.
DocTalks is an informal, peer-to-peer, weekly online forum by and for PhD students, postdocs and early career researchers in architectural history and theory.
This call for position papers focuses on the activism related to these processes and debates and its role in both redefining the terms of heritage and (re)fueling a political involvement with the concerned collectivities.