Submission deadline:

February 28, 2022

Alvise Trincanato Award

The “Alvise Trincanato” award is established by the social promotion association “A testa in su”, in collaboration with the Andrea Palladio International Center for Architectural Studies, to support young scholars in memory of Alvise Trincanato, PhD student in History of Architecture at the IUAV in Venice who prematurely passed away in 2019. 

The objective of the Prize is to publish original research in the field of the history of modern architecture held every two years. Scholars of any nationality who have obtained a PhD with a thesis in History of Architecture in the last five years, i.e. not before January 1, 2017, are eligible to apply.

The research must be presented in either Italian, English, German, French or Spanish, no distinction will be made based on the nationality of the author or the subject treated, as long as it falls within the field of architectural history studies between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries.
For the 2022 edition, abstracts, cover letters and CV must be sent by e-mail to info@atestainsu.it no later than 28 February 2022. Finalists will be requested to send their manuscripts completed with notes and appendices, in three unbound copies and pdf format, by 31 May 2022.
More information can be found here.

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