EVENTS: Lecture by Mary McLeod: Le Corbusier, the New Woman, and Domestic Reform. Paris, 10 December 2019

EVENTS: Lecture by Mary McLeod: Le Corbusier, the New Woman, and Domestic Reform. Paris, 10 December 2019

EVENTS: Lecture by Mary McLeod: Le Corbusier, the New Woman, and Domestic Reform. Paris, 10 December 2019 ENSA Paris-Malaquais – 14 rue Bonaparte – Paris 6e Amphithéâtre 2 des Loges Mary McLeod’s lecture “Le Corbusier, the New Woman, Domestic Reform” will explore the relationship between Le Corbusier’s architecture and...

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CfP: Precarious housing, health and wellbeing. Global Discourse, volume 11, issue 3

Call for papers: Precarious housing, health and wellbeing. Global Discourse, volume 11, issue 3 Edited by Kelly Greenop (k.greenop1@uq.edu.au) and Johanna Brugman Alvarez (j.brugmanalvarez@uq.edu.au), School of Architecture, The University of Queensland Housing is amongst the most fundamental of human needs. Housing is enshrined as one of the universal rights to...

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CfP: The Housing Question of Tomorrow, Nordic Journal of Architectural Research NJAR

Call for Papers: The Housing Question of Tomorrow, Nordic Journal of Architectural Research NJAR Editors: Daniel Movilla Vega (Umea University), Ola Nylander (Chalmers University of Technology) and Magnus Ronn (Chalmers University of Technology) Over the past 40 years, the shift of the economic cycle towards a hegemonic market-oriented order...

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CfP: Architecture and Democratization: Overlooked witnesses to Allied intervention in occupied Germany after 1945. Bamberg, 4-6 June 2020

Call for Papers: Architecture and Democratization: Overlooked witnesses to Allied intervention in occupied Germany after 1945. Bamberg, 4-6 June 2020 Chair in Heritage Conservation, Bamberg University In the reform and reconstruction of Germany after World War II, architecture was assigned a key role: both the Federal Republic and the GDR represented...

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CfP: Identities and the Cities: Urban Transformations, Transition and Change in Urban Image Construction. Venice, 24-25 January 2020

Call for Papers: Identities and the Cities: Urban Transformations, Transition and Change in Urban Image Construction. Venice, 24-25 January 2020 As part of The 8th Global Forum of Critical Studies: Asking Big Questions Again Urban image construction is a reflection, expression and constitutive factor of local identity formation and dynamics....

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CfP: The Power of New Urban Tourism: Markets, Representations and Contestations

Call for Book Chapters: The Power of New Urban Tourism: Markets, Representations and Contestations Editors: Sybille Frank, Claudia Jürgens, Claus Müller, Anna Laura Raschke, Kristin Wellner Since urban space is represented as an assemblage of important sights, buzzing atmospheres, distinctive local cultures and (imagined) ways of life attached to it,...

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CfP: Media Building: Architecture, Communications and the Built Environment, from Fleet Street to Facebook. University of Salford, MediaCityUK, 8-9 July 2020

Call for Papers: Media Building: Architecture, Communications and the Built Environment, from Fleet Street to Facebook. University of Salford, MediaCityUK, 8-9 July 2020 In 1702 Elizabeth Mallett founded the Daily Courant at her modest bookshop on Fleet Street in London. Two centuries later, the street had become the spatial...

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