CONF: Architecture and Wars: Forms of Destruction and Construction in War Zones. Zurich, 2-3 June 2017

CONFERENCE: Architecture and Wars: Forms of Destruction and Construction in War Zones.

ETH Zurich, 2-3 June 2017.

The full programme of the conference Architecture and Wars: Forms of Destruction and Construction in War Zones hosted at ETH Zurich can be downloaded here.
The conference is convened by Dr. Samia Henni and generously supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation, the Chair for the History of Art and Architecture Prof. Dr. Philip Ursprung, the Chair for the Theory of Architecture Prof. Dr. Laurent Stalder, and the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (gta), ETH Zurich.
The conference is open to the public, free of charge, and registration is not required.

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