EVENT: Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain’s annual Architectural History Workshop. London, 21 March 2020

Event: Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain’s annual Architectural History Workshop. London, 21 March 2020

Registration is now open for the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain’s annual Architectural History Workshop.
This event is aimed at postgraduate and doctoral students, and early career researchers and professionals in architectural history and related fields. The day offers the opportunity to hear about postgraduate and early career research through a number of paper presentations and to participate in open discussions. Each year an afternoon break-out session focuses on professional development. This year’s session, titled ‘Beyond the Academy: Careers in Heritage, Conservation, and Curatorship’ will welcome a number of professionals to discuss their own diverse careers and professional trajectories in architectural history.
The SAHGB Architectural History Workshop is an informal and welcoming event which offers the opportunity to meet others in the field. Lunch, refreshments and an afternoon drinks reception are included in the ticket price (SAHGB members: £15; Non members: £20)
Venue: 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1
For the detailed programme of the workshop and to book, please visit the dedicated webpage on the SAHGB website.
 

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