Architectural History and Theory Seminar Series at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

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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 are available below. 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

18 Jan 2022|Afro-Confraternal Chapels as Artistic Spaces in Colonial Lima|Assistant ProfessorXimena Gómez(University of Massachusetts Amherst)| Virtual – Event Registration | 17:15 BST |Book your place >

25 Jan 2022|Art Nouveau, Regionalism, and Corporate Identity: The Architecture and Material Culture of the Magasins Réunis|Dr Peter Clericuzio (ESALA) | Virtual – Event Registration | 17:15 BST |Book your place >

1 Feb 2022|From the Earl of Mar to Lord Bute: Reconstructing Flower Biographies|Professor Mark Laird (University of Toronto) | Virtual – Event Registration | 17:15 BST|Book your place >

10 Feb 2022|Mineral Statistics: The Museum of Economic Geology circa 1851|Professor Zeynep Çelik Alexander(Columbia University) | Virtual – Event Registration | 17:15 BST |Book your place >

15 Feb 2022|The Free People of Color Who Built Antebellum New Orleans|Assistant Professor Tara A. Dudley (University of Texas at Austin) | Virtual – Event Registration | 17:15 BST |Book your place >

1 Mar 2022|From Columns to Totem Poles: Race, Ornament, and the Organic Nationalism of Ruskinian Gothic|Associate Professor Charles L. Davis II(University at Buffalo, SUNY) | Virtual – Event Registration | 17:15 BST|Book your place >

8 Mar 2022|How Chinese Architecture Became Modern|Professor Nancy S. Steinhardt(University of Pennsylvania) | Virtual – Event Registration | 17:15 BST|Book your place >

15 Mar 2022|Peter Moro and Partners|Dr Alistair Fair (ESALA) | Virtual – Event Registration | 17:15 BST|Book your place >

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