Lecture series: Architectural History & Theory Seminar, University of Edinburgh

September 19 - 28 November, 2023
Scotland and Online

Each year the History of Architecture and Built Environment (HABE) research group in ESALA welcomes guest speakers and colleagues to present an evening seminar on their research. The events are a fantastic opportunity to hear about the latest research in the fields from researchers working in the UK, Europe and beyond. These events are free and open to all.

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 Alistair Fair and Prof. Alex Bremner if you have any questions or access requirements: Alistair.Fair@ed.ac.uk and Alex.Bremner@ed.ac.uk.

3 October 2023 | Deconstructing British Colonial Architecture in Fortress Island Malta | Conrad Thake | Hybrid – Event Registration | 17:15 GMT | Book your place > 

17 October 2023 | Standardized Paradise: Towards a Total Efficiency in Modern Zlín | Vendula Hnidkova | Hybrid – Event Registration | 17:15 GMT | Book your place >

24 October 2023 | ‘Kingsway Leads the Way to Modern Living’: British Profit Seeking and Modernism in Decolonising West Africa | Ewan Harrison | Hybrid – Event Registration | 17:15 GMT | Book your place >

14 November 2023 | Inventing architectural history: James Fergusson’s Handbook of Architecture (1855) | Petra Brouwer | Hybrid – Event Registration | 17:15 GMT | Book your place >

28 November 2023 | Picturing the City: Alberti on Urbanism and Power | Caspar Pearson | Hybrid – Event Registration | 17:15 GMT | Book your place >

More information can be found on the lecture series website here.

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