This issue of CONTESTI aims to stimulate an international debate on decommissioning and shrinkage processes.
This symposium views drawings as important moderators in this process of re-use and re-appropriation. The
past imagined through the drawing can predict a future that is no longer pure and linear, but hybrid and
This fellowship program encourages new research on the work, ideas, and creative legacies of Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson.
The successful candidate will lead a team of Landscape Architecture Faculty and Design Fellows and will provide an important leadership role in the subject by, inter alia, fostering a collaborative research culture, promoting a research-informed curriculum to address contemporary challenges including climate change, translating the fruits of research into innovation and impact, and promoting and growing the subject area.
This colloquium aims to discuss the challenges of building for the nation abroad with a particular
focus on the process of negotiation between the many actors involved.
This call explores the rarely considered but complex ecologies and ecological entanglements emerging after violence and destruction.
Vacant 1,5 year researcher position affiliated with ‘How Norway Made the World Whiter,’ to be based at the Department of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic Studies at the University of Bergen.
Vacant postdoctoral position affiliated with the research project ‘How Norway Made the World Whiter,’ to be based at the Department of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic Studies at the University of Bergen
An international conference discussing the role of women in the creation of the spaces of the post-war Welfare States.
Architectural Humanities Research Association Research Student Symposium 2023. Research in crisis: tactics and methods.
The aim of the symposium is to explore the use of research tactics and methods in Architectural Humanities in the context of crisis.
The aim of the issue is to develop a framework that addresses the small scale to the large scale, self and social relations, the material and the discursive to host narratives, typologies, and practices of care as critical action.
The volume will publish both original research projects and translations into English of key studies only available in the Nordic languages. Its publications will share a historical-critical point of view on architecture and the city from the Middle Ages until today.