EVENT: Colloquium: Gender and Infrastructure: Intersections between Postsocialist and Postcolonial Geographies. Online 4-5 March 2021

EVENT: Colloquium: Gender and Infrastructure: Intersections between Postsocialist and Postcolonial Geographies. Online 4-5 March 2021 The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London “Gender and Infrastructure: Intersections between Postsocialist and Postcolonial Geographies” investigates the relationship between gender, subjectivity and space, specifically the ways in which this is experienced and...

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EVENT: Online Exhibition: Standards for a New Womanhood: Gender, Race, & Expertise. 25 February 2021

EVENT: Exhibition: Standards for a New Womanhood: Gender, Race, & Expertise. Online closing event, 25 February 2021 On Thursday, 25 February 2021 there will be a virtual closing reception with remarks and a tour from the curator of the (physical and digital) exhibition “Standards for a New Womanhood: Gender,...

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EVENT: Colloquium: Writing Automobile Histories. ETH Zurich, online, 5 March 2021

Event: Colloquium: Writing Automobile Histories. ETH Zurich, online, 5 March 2021 The colloquium (15:00–18:00, 5 March 2021) and workshop (18:30–20:00, 5 March 2021) “Writing Automobile Histories”, convened at the Department of Architecture of ETH Zurich by Prof. Dr. Tom Avermaete and Dr. ir. Marianna Charitonidou, aim to explore the specificity...

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EVENT: Webinar: Largest Architectural Firms in the Global Scenario. Online, 11-12 February 2021

Event: Webinar: Largest Architectural Firms in the Global Scenario. Authorship Histories, Design Cultures and Managerial Organization. Online, 11-12 February 2021 The conference aims to investigate the impact of the managerial organization and design expertise as key elements of architectural creativity. Since the last decades the most important architecture firms started to...

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EVENT: Webinar: On Ruins: The Contemporary Politics of Heritage Preservation and Reconstruction. Online, 27 January 2020

Event: Webinar: On Ruins: The Contemporary Politics of Heritage Preservation and Reconstruction. Online, 27 January 2020 International Journal of Islamic Architecture Dialogues Series Join the International Journal of Islamic Architecture (IJIA) for its Dialogues Series, an annual webinar that brings together scholars and practitioners from across varied disciplines for...

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EVENT: SAH Latrobe Symposium on Race, Ethnicity and Architecture in the Nation’s Capital. Online, 2-26 February 2021

EVENT: SAH Latrobe Symposium on Race, Ethnicity and Architecture in the Nation’s Capital. Online, 2-26 February 2021 Organized by the Latrobe Chapter, Society of Architectural Historians Governments and private developers have employed built environments to control and regulate racialized bodies. Through the systemic planning of residential and commercial districts,...

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EVENT: Symposium: International Perspectives on the Future of Architecture and Urbanism in the Post-COVID Age. Online, 29-30 January 2021

EVENT: Symposium: International Perspectives on the Future of Architecture and Urbanism in the Post-COVID Age. Online, 29-30 January 2021 (11am-2pm US Eastern Time) Organizers: Mohammad Gharipour and Caitlin DeClercq, Epidemic Urbanism Initiative Long before the appearance of COVID-19, the urban fabric of cities across the world had been shaped...

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EVENT: Seminar: Where are the Archives of Global History? Online, 18 January 2021

EVENT: Seminar: Where are the Archives of Global History? Online, 18 January 2021 In this opening roundtable, four senior scholars reflect on the central themes that will run through The archives of Global History in a time of international immobility Seminar series. Each with a different relationship to Global History as...

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EVENT: Symposium: Investigation on Mannerism. Online, 15-16 December 2020

EVENT: Symposium: Investigation on Mannerism. Online, 15-16 December 2020

Event: Symposium: Investigation on Mannerism. Online, 15-16 December 2020 Università di Pisa, Polit(t)ico Research Lab The long wars for European domination, the Sack of Rome, violent epidemics, the dissolution of the unified Church, and the publication of Copernicus’ De revolutionibus orbium caelestium were the primary causes of the profound...

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