Edinburgh School of Architecture Architectural History & Theory Seminar Series

Each year, the Architectural History & Theory – MSc programme welcomes around ten guest speakers and colleagues to present an evening seminar on their research. The events are a fantastic opportunity to hear about the latest work in the field from scholars working across the globe. The seminars are free and everyone is welcome.

This academic year, the AH&T Seminar Series will run as live virtual events. Links to the relevant event registration pages for Semester One events are available below. More information on Semester Two events will follow soon.

Please contact Dr Moa Carlsson and Dr Elizabeth J. Petcu if you have any questions or access requirements: Moa.Carlsson@ed.ac.uk, Elizabeth.Petcu@ed.ac.uk. More information can be found here.

2021/22
Semester One
19 Oct 2021 | Ottoman Baroque: The Architectural Refashioning of Eighteenth-Century Istanbul | Assistant Professor Ünver Rüstem (Johns Hopkins University) | Virtual | 17:15 BST | Book your place >

26 Oct 2021 | The Diaspora’s Leaven: Architecture and Enculturation in Colonial Lagos (1890s-1920s) | Assistant Professor Adedoyin Teriba (Vassar College) | Virtual | 17:15 BST | Book your place >

2 Nov 2021 | Inessential Colors: Architecture on Paper in Early Modern Europe | Assistant Professor Basile Baudez (Princeton University) | Virtual | 17:15 BST | Book your place >

9 Nov 2021 Serlio’s Unpublished Sixth Book on Dwellings and British Architecture c. 1700 | Honorary Professor Ian Campbell (University of Edinburgh) | Virtual | 17:15 BST | Book your place >

16 Nov 2021 | Housing is More Than Houses: Lessons for the Living New Deal | Professor Barbara Penner (The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London) | Virtual | 17:15 BST | Book your place >

23 Nov 2021 |Book talk: Philip II of Spain and the Architecture of Empire, Penn State University Press (2021) | Dr Laura Fernández González (University of Lincoln) | Virtual | 17:15 BST | Book your place >

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