EAHN Conferences

16 December 2021

Call for Conference Proposals

The EAHN invites proposals for both the Biennial Conference 2024 and  Thematic Conferences 2023.

Proposals should be addressed to the EAHN Board by 16 December, in time for discussion at the 2022 Winter EAHN Business Meeting.

More details, including guidelines for both conferences types can be found on the Conferences Page.

“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.

about eahn

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.

Conferences

The EAHN organises a range of conferences in collaboration with institutions across Europe and beyond to facilitate direct scholarly exchange of the highest standard.

Journal

Architectural Histories is the open-access, international, blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the EAHN.

Groups

The EAHN Interest Groups address specific topics of current international concern within the broad scope of the Network and reflect a variety of areas.

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rita_ journal: issue 17

rita_ journal: issue 17

rita_ is an indexed journal of academic texts that publishes articles, essays and critical reviews, related to the project, theory and practice of architecture from its widest spectrum of action and thought.

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