CfP: Spaces / Times / Peoples: Fiction and Architectural History. Ankara, 19-20 December 2019

CfP: Spaces / Times / Peoples: Fiction and Architectural History. Ankara, 19-20 December 2019

Call for Papers: Spaces / Times / Peoples: Fiction and Architectural History. Ankara, 19-20 December 2019 METU Archıtectural Hıstory Graduate Symposıum 11 Middle East Technical University Graduate Program in Architectural History organizes a series of symposiums bi-annually, open to graduate students and researchers who have recently completed their Ph.D....

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CfP: Thick Description: Socialist Yugoslavia In Construction. Histories of Postwar Architecture, Issue n. 6

Call for Papers: Thick Description: Socialist Yugoslavia In Construction. Histories of Postwar Architecture, Issue n. 6 Edited by Bojana Videkanic, Vladimir Kulic In the past decade, architecture and public art of socialist Yugoslavia have drawn considerable attention from scholars, artists, and the popular media. From the mesmerizing World War...

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CfP: Print Media and Architecture. Bitácora Arquitectura 43

Call for Papers: Print Media and Architecture. Bitácora Arquitectura 43 Bitácora Arquitectura is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the School of Architecture of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, UNAM since 1999. The journal specializes in the critical, historical and theoretical study of architecture, landscape architecture, industrial design, urbanism,...

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CfP: Drawing and Architecture. Bitácora Arquitectura 42

Call for Papers: Drawing and Architecture. Bitácora Arquitectura 42 Bitácora Arquitectura is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the School of Architecture of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, UNAM since 1999. The journal specializes in the critical, historical and theoretical study of architecture, landscape architecture, industrial design, urbanism,...

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CfP: ‘Space to Learn/Think/Work: The Contested Architectures of Higher Education’. Architecture and Culture Vol. 9, Issue 1 (March 2021)

Call for Papers: ‘Space to Learn/Think/Work: The Contested Architectures of Higher Education’. Architecture and Culture Vol. 9, Issue 1 (March 2021) Editors: Igea Troiani and Claudia Dutson Deprived of welfare state support, Higher education has changed markedly since the mid 1960s, mainly due to its privatisation. The neoliberal university has taken...

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CfP: Entanglements of Architecture and Comfort beyond the Temperate Zone. ABE Journal

Call for Papers: Entanglements of Architecture and Comfort beyond the Temperate Zone. ABE Journal Guest-edited by Jiat-Hwee Chang, National University of Singapore (Singapore) and Daniel Ryan, University of Sydney (Australia) The dominant discourse on comfort in architecture today is one that is seen as both universal—with slight variations across different...

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CfP: The Negotiated Spaces of Zoning. Chicago, 12-15 February 2020

Call for Papers: The Negotiated Spaces of Zoning. Chicago, 12-15 February 2020 Session at College Art Association Annual Conference. Chairs: Christopher M. Ketcham and Deepa Ramaswamy Zoning is an administrative apparatus that controls the use of urban space. Since its enactment in early 20th century New York and subsequent global spread, zoning...

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CfP: Taking a Stand? Bauhaus and Modernity under National Socialism, in Emigration or Exile and in Divided Germany. Berlin, 29-30 November 2019

Call for Papers: Taking a Stand? Bauhaus and Modernity under National Socialism, in Emigration or Exile and in Divided Germany. Berlin, 29-30 November 2019 Concept: Andrea Bärnreuther, Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung 100 years after the historic Bauhaus was founded, the optimism and experimental spirit that characterised housing construction...

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CfP: Un-making Architecture. Chicago,12-15 February 2020

Call for Papers: Un-making Architecture. Chicago,12-15 February 2020 Session at College Art Association Annual Conference. Chairs: Elizabeth Petcu and Jason Nguyen Architecture is enduringly conceived as an additive, building-oriented phenomenon. Nevertheless, the prelude to construction—as well as architecture’s emergence and aftermath—nearly always involve elements of destruction. The razing of...

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