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EAHN Conferences

We have a rich array of conferences coming up in 2021-22. From Edinburgh and Madrid, to Tirana, Ankara, Rennes and Koya, read all about what is to come on our conference page

Latest News

EAHN 2022 Seventh International Meeting

Madrid, Spain
15-19 June 2022

EAHN2022 will take place in Madrid, Spain, hosted by the School of Architecture of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. We are thrilled to declare the Call for Sessions and Roundtables open. The call and all information on submission can be accessed here. It will close on 30 December 2020.

EAHN Sixth International Meeting, Edinburgh

Organised by the University of Edinburgh, UK
2-5 June 2021

EAHN2021, hosted by the University of Edinburgh, will take place fully online on 2-5 June 2021. It will have a wide-ranging, global programme, as planned, along with the special interest group meetings which are so important to EAHN. The conference fee will be substantially less than usual, and we hope to attract new audiences who would not have been able to come to the in-person event. Online registration will go live early in 2021. For regular updates, follow the conference on Twitter @EAHN2021 and via the conference website.


Heritage in Transition: Critical Interventions in Changing Environments

Tirana, Albania
8-10 July 2021
CfP deadline: 22 January 2021

Exploring heritage and preservation during periods of major transformations, Heritage in Transition is hosted by Polis University in Tirana, Albania. The Call for Papers is now open and can be accessed here.

Architecture and Endurance 

Ankara, Turkey
30 September – 2 October 2021

CfP deadline: 31 January 2021

Pondering the concept of Endurance in architectural historiography, this conference will be hosted by the Middle East Technical University. Its conference website and the CfP will be launched by late September 2020.

(Re)Considering Transgression – A New Paradigm? 

Rennes, France
17-21 November 2021

Reconsidering the act of transgression as a rising paradigm, this themed conference is hosted by ENSA Bretagne (Rennes). The accompanying website and CfP will be lauched by November 2020.

Heritage in Danger 

Koya, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
29 February – 1 March 2022

Heritage in Danger, hosted by Koya University, explores the risk – due to wars, armed conflicts and/or natural disasters – confronting cultural heritage all over the world. A website and CfP will be lauched by late February 2021.

Interest Groups

The EAHN Interest Groups aim to address specific topics of international concern within the broad scope of the Network and reflect a variety of criteria, such as topical subjects, architectural typology, historical periods, geographical frameworks or historiographical methodologies, but also practical interests such as funding and specific career stages or types.

Find more information, including how to join a group, here.

Best Article Award for Architectural Histories, Volumes 2018 and 2019

Sheila Crane has won the Best Article Award for her article ‘Algerian Socialism and the Architecture of Autogestion Congratulations!

Read the jury’s comments and all about the honourable mentions on the website of Architectural Histories.


Call for Papers – Open Call for Architectural Histories

Architectural Histories is the international, blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the European Architectural History Network that provides an Open Access space for the discussion and publication of historically grounded research into all aspects of architecture and the built environment. The Journal is open to historical, historiographic, theoretical, and critical contributions. For the ongoing open issue, the Editorial Board invites original papers from scholars in all stages of their career, particularly welcoming articles that stimulate debate about the place of history and historical research in the study of architecture across disciplines, cultures and regions.

Articles are published online as soon as they have passed peer review and copy-editing.  Thanks to support from the European Architectural History Network and the Open Library of the Humanities, Architectural Histories is able to waive the publication fees for contributions to the Journal.

For more information or to submit an article via the online system, please visit journal.eahn.org


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