DUBLIN 2016: Early Bird rates end 1 March

The fourth international meeting of the EAHN will be held in Dublin, Ireland, on 2-4 June 2016.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Register before March 1st to avail of early bird rates.

The Dublin meeting will feature five blocks of parallel sessions, some of which will be organized as round tables; three keynote addresses by leading architectural historians; and a full program of walking tours of Dublin’s and bus tours of Ireland’s architectural heritage. Receptions for delegates will also be held in some of the city’s most important historic buildings.  To find out more , please visit the conference website
Wednesday, 1 June 2016: Preliminary events including meetings of EAHN interest groups, the EAHN board and the advisory board of Architectural Histories.
 

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