The new issue will explore the use of algorithms in architecture, how their use is evolving and progressing and the contribution they make to architecture and the built environment.
Through a variety of co-produced public facing and academic activities this project will commemorate the network of women and their collaborators who have had a major impact on shaping the post-war designed landscapes of the British Welfare State.
The research groups Modernity and Society, History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture (both KU Leuven) and the
research centre for Architectural History, Theory and Criticism of the Faculty of Architecture La Cambre-Horta (ULB) are looking
for a candidate for a fully funded 4 year PhD position.
In this reimagination, knowledge on “Asia” acknowledges the multiplicities of these different lands, as well as connections, monetary exchanges, and translations within, into, and from it.
Two doctoral fellowships are available at the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo.
The inaugural prize will address the theme of settler colonialisms, broadly considered.
The second Fellowship season focuses on two topics: Earthwork Ethics and Local Narratives, with each Fellowship based around a specific research project.
Webinar: “On Pedagogy: Islamic Art and Architecture in the Classroom,” International Journal of Islamic Architecture Dialogues Series
A virtual discussion (via Zoom) on a number of pressing issues surrounding the teaching of Islamic art in a wide range of classroom settings.
The two fully-funded fellowship positions are open for research in any area of history and theory of architecture and urbanism, and the committee welcomes innovative proposals across geographies, methodologies, and time periods.
The School of Architecture at Dalhousie University invites applications for a tenure stream Assistant Professor whose teaching and research focus is Architectural History, Theory and Criticism.
In an effort to bring Bauer’s legacies together in conversation, Penner and housing historian Matthew Lasner aim to convene a panel at the Nineteenth National Conference on Planning History, sponsored by the Society for American City and Regional Planning History.
Architectural History and Theory Seminar Series at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture
Each year, the Architectural History & Theory – MSc programme at the University of Edinburgh welcomes around ten guest speakers and colleagues to present an evening seminar on their research.