15- 19 June 2022
EAHN2022 7th International Meeting, Madrid, Spain
“Sutro’s ‘interiorization’ of the Pacific coast holds certain parallels to Mark Pimlott’s heterotopian notion of the Garden of Eden. The garden belongs to the world, yet at the same time it is separated from it.”
Feliz Arrizabalaga, N., 2021. Adolph Sutro’s Interior Ocean: A Social Snapshot of 19th-Century Bathing in the United States. Architectural Histories, 9(1), p.6.
What is the EAHN?
Established in 2005, the European Architectural History Network supports research and education by providing a public forum for the exchange and dissemination of knowledge of the histories of architecture. Based in Europe, it is open to architectural historians and scholars in allied fields from all countries.
The EAHN organises a range of conferences in collaboration with institutions across Europe and beyond to facilitate direct scholarly exchange of the highest standard.
Architectural Histories is the open-access, international, blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the EAHN.
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Continuing its commitment to publishing works of emerging design research, Interstices: Journal of Architecture & Related Arts invite postgraduate or recently graduated researchers in architecture and related art and design fields to submit projects for the journal’s peer-reviewed, creative design research section.
The basic idea of this Call for Contributions is to “take a look” at the colonial primary sources themselves.
The magazine invites scholars to explore the spatial, social, political, and environmental dimensions of competency through historical exegeses, theoretical argumentations, case studies, and fieldwork.
A Dialogue of the Arts: Concepts of Sacred Spaces in Architecture and its Description in Literature from Early Modern Times to the Present
The aim of the 6th International Conference is to question phenomena “which lie between these poles” of sacred and profane space, and this by relying on literature of different languages from early modern period to the present.
The events are a fantastic opportunity to hear about the latest work in the field from scholars working across the globe.
The symposium brings together experts from practice, research, and arts in a broad discussion about the past, present, and future of this unique landscape.