Welcome: New President & Vice-President

We are delighted to announce Hilde Heynen and Mark Crinson were elected as President and Vice-President of the EAHN at the Dublin International Meeting at the beginning of June. They will remain in office until the next biennial conference in Tallinn, 2018.
As Vice-President, Hilde Heynen has played a key role in steering the EAHN since 2014, and now takes over the Presidency.  Mark Crinson is relatively new to the Network. After teaching at Manchester University for 23 years, he was recently appointed Professor of Architectural History at Birkbeck College (London).
As we welcome Hilde and Mark, we also wish to express our gratitude to the out-going President, Alona Nitzan Shiftan, and Second-Vice President, Kathleen James Chakrabortty, for their tireless and inspiring work over the last two years. Many thanks on behalf of all members of the EAHN!

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