Jointly, the organizers situate women writing architecture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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Health & Equity in Global Architectural Practice (Epidemic Urbanism)
A panel on urgent questions for global architectural practice provoked by the simultaneous epidemics of COVID-19, inequity, and climate change
Organizing Change Toward Health Equity (Epidemic Urbanism)
A panel centered on critical dialogues about the roles that organizations can play in educating the public on the role of the built environment on public health.
Book Conversation: Exactitude: On Precision and Play in Contemporary Architecture
With “Exactitude,” contributors examined the ever-increasing demand for precision in architecture at a time when the parameters of the profession are shifting.
Georgian Group Symposium: Architecture & Health, 1660-1830
A series of short papers will examine how and where medicine was studied and debated, how knowledge was disseminated and how healthcare was provided in what spaces and through what mechanisms.
Her: Introducing Women Writing Architecture c.1800
Reading Her presents 9 x 5 min portraits of women and their writings that we conceive as relevant to architectural histories.
B-Pro Open Seminar: Climate Fr(i)ctions
The B-Pro Open Seminar of Prospectives invites a diverse range of thinkers and practitioners from across the world.
Deadline Extended: Architectural Histories Editorial Workshop
This workshop will provide a platform where participants are able to deeply communicate with editors and reviewers from Architectural Histories and EAHN on how to enrich their reach, diversify their content, and expand their media presence. It aspires to support emerging scholars to contribute to more inclusive cultures in architectural histories and their academic publishing outlets.
Seminar East/South. A session with Simona Gîrleanu and Elidor Mëhilli about architectural exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe
Within the space of Central and Eastern Europe, how relevant is a division between a North and a South?
Postcolonial interruptions? Decolonisation and global dis:connectivity
global dis:connect promotes dialogue between scholarship and art as co-equal means to approach dis:connective phenomena — interruptions, absences and detours of globalisation.
Borders, Mobilities and Landscapes. Mapping railway infrastructure in (post)colonial Africa
An exhibition with spatial investigations of railways in Africa, produced by students in the course of master dissertations and a research seminar
In the mirror of the past, rediscovering identity and form in antiquity. ‘Lombardy’ between the Renaissance and the Neo-Renaissance
The aim of the conference is to examine a crucial phase in European culture between the 19th and 20th centuries, when the Renaissance became a model to be followed and imitated, giving rise to new architectural and decorative ‘styles’ and languages.