CfP: From Redevelopment to Responsibility: Environmentally (Un)Friendly Design. New York, 10-13 February 2021

Call for Papers: From Redevelopment to Responsibility: Environmentally (Un)Friendly Design. New York, 10-13 February 2021 Session at the CAA annual conference Approach to the environment has recently undergone a fundamental reconsideration. Le Corbusier´s urban visions of high-rise structures marked a radical disparity between nature and human interventions in it,...

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CfP: Approaching Research Practice in Architecture. PhD Online Workshop, 8-9 October 2020 

Call for Papers: Approaching Research Practice in Architecture. PhD Online Workshop, 8-9 October 2020  International doctoral candidates with an interest in practice-oriented formats in architecture and adjacent fields, who are either already pursuing or approaching a research project, are invited to participate in a two-day PhD workshop on October...

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CfP: Impatient Cities of the Gulf: Post-oil Architecture in Flux. Histories of Postwar Architecture

Call for Papers: Impatient Cities of the Gulf: Post-oil Architecture in Flux. Histories of Postwar Architecture HPA Issue 8, Roberto Fabbri (University of Monterrey, MX) and Iain Jackson (University of Liverpool, UK) Today’s general perception of Gulf cities is based on the assumption of a futuristic vision; a visionary development and...

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CfP: Renaissance conference. Paris, 10-12 March 2021

Call for Papers: Renaissance conference. Paris, 10-12 March 2021 Organised by the Art History departments of: Universidad de Jaén; Universität Leipzig; École Pratique des Hautes Études – PSL (HISTARA) in Paris and Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg This conference is part of a longstanding collaborative project, created in 2002, which consists in regularly organizing...

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CfP: Timber Constructed: Towards an Alternative Material History

Call for Papers: Timber Constructed: Towards an Alternative Material History A special issue of Architectural Theory Review (vol. 25, no. 1), edited by Irina Davidovici (ETH Zürich) and Laila Seewang (Portland State University) The residual associations that timber architecture maintains with tradition, local culture and manual craft have long been...

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