This issue of H-ART Journal seeks to reflect on books as cultural instruments inherent to the building of architectural knowledge.
ITN ‘Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and Its Ways of Knowing’ convenes a three-day International Conference at ETH Zürich (CH) that aims to explore the key role of tacit knowledge in architecture culture.
Photomontage serves as a rich subject in the contemporary image sphere, in terms of shedding light on the exchange between fields, and for analyzing transformations in the realm of history and representation.
Sophia Journal Vol.8 – Landscapes of care: photography, film, modern architecture and landscape heritage
Editors invite theoretical and field work where architectural photography and filmmaking are descriptive, analytical and interpretive, communicating original perceptions and new understandings of modern architecture and landscapes.
The journal’s aim is to bring together different international scholars, in order to promote the dialogue between cultures, ideas and new academic researches.
This special issue looks from 1850 to the present to see how history might be written against the grain of the broad nationalist histories of both Australia and New Zealand by looking at the later period when those histories are dominant.
II International Congress on Colonial and Postcolonial Landscapes: Architecture, Colonialism and War
The congress aims to explore the dynamics of occupation of colonial territory, especially related to the war effort, which involved not only agents related to architecture and urbanism but to the military, and their repercussions in the same territories as independent countries.
The conference focuses on High-Tech Architecture of the 1970s to the 1990s as heritage, aiming to create
an architectural-historical basis for further research on their preservation.
This panel aspires to mobilize alternative envisioning for the fundamental structure of the architectural practice, that can lead to a more inclusive future.
The proposed edited book seeks to explore starchitecture in a single film, series of films, in production and publicity venues, or in global cinema culture.
This issue collects critical essays and reports capable of reflecting on the potential, organisational mechanisms and effects that the experience of travel has on teaching.
Lisbon, January 18-20, 2023 Session: By Sword and Cross: Christianizing Missions and Global Empire Second wave colonialism, beginning with the conquest of Algiers in 1830 and the establishment of the British Raj in 1858, has often been depicted in contrast to early...