The free research tool celebrates its fourth anniversary with new search and share features, responsive design, and access to more than 100,000 art history volumes. Portal.getty.edu The Getty Research Institute (GRI) launched an updated version of its research tool, the Getty Research Portal ™. A virtual library of art...
Guided tour of the Eileen Gray Exhibition on Saturday July, 4th at 3pm, National Museum, Collins Barracks http://www.museum.ie/Decorative-Arts-History/Exhibitions/Current-Exhibitions/Eileen-Gray The number of places is limited, so please contact Sabine von Fischer (firstname.lastname@example.org) for booking.
SPACES (Saving and Preserving Arts and Cultural Environments: spacesarchives.org) is a California-based non-profit archive established in 1978 to identify, document, and advocate for the preservation of large-scale art environments, and self-taught art. SPACES recently launched a beautiful digital archive of more than 1,400 art environments around the world, and...
Fourth annual HGSCEA Essay Prize Deadline: December 20, 2015 Submissions are now being accepted for the fourth annual HGSCEA (Historians of German, Scandinavian, and Central European Art) Emerging Scholars Publication Prize, an award of $500 given to the author of a distinguished essay published the preceding year on any...
Junior-Fellowship für PostdoktorandInnen (6 Monate) am IKKM Weimar Das Internationale Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Medienphilosophie (IKKM) der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar vergibt zum 1. Oktober 2015 ein Junior-Fellowship für PostdoktorandInnen. Das Fellowship hat eine Laufzeit von maximal 6 Monaten. Je nach Wunsch wird es auf der Basis eines Stipendiums oder einer...
Visualizing the Invisible in Michelangelo’s Drawings at Casa Buonarroti An online exhibition by the Photo Library of the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut Curated by Costanza Caraffa and Mauro Mussolin Online since 17.11.2014 Visualizing the invisible: with this exhibition we attempt to give form to some drawings by...
The “Architektenlexikon Wien 1770 – 1945″ is the first online encyclopaedia listing those architects, planners and theorists who have contributed to Vienna’s cityscape since the 18th century until today. Including biographical, aesthetic, theoretical, historical and urban data, the Architektenlexikon presents a completely new insight into the subject. Access via Architekturzentrum Wien: http://www.azw.at/page.php?node_id=84
Welcome to the Interest Groups Page
Welcome to our virtual research hub. Our aim is to help EAHN members find, and collaborate with, scholars working on similar themes and topics within the Network. This space hosts a range of collaborative activities such as group discussion, sharing news and documents, and organizing events and projects.
Interest Groups are encouraged to:
– arrange side events at Biennial Conferences and to propose an EAHN Themed Conference in intermediate years.
– contribute annually to a new dedicated Field Notes section of the EAHN Journal Architectural Histories.
– apply for third-party funding, which is increasingly available for cross-institutional, international teams of researchers.
We welcome proposals for new Interest Groups, please see guidelines for group coordinators here.
For more details about these activities, or to propose a new Interest Group, please email email@example.com.
Recently uploaded group documents
- EAHN Urban Representations Workshop Tallinn 2018 "Curated Urban Visions" posted in Urban Representations
- Haraway, Donna. ‘Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective’. Feminist Studies 14, no. 3 (1988): 575–99. posted in Women and Gender in Architecture and Urban Design
- Patel, Shailja. Migritude. Kaya Press, 2010. (Excerpt) posted in Women and Gender in Architecture and Urban Design
- Burton, Antoinette. ‘Archive Fever, Archive Stories’. In Archive Stories: Facts, Fictions, and the Writing of History, edited by Antoinette Burton. Duke University Press, 2006. posted in Women and Gender in Architecture and Urban Design
- Arnold, Dana. Reading Architectural History. London; New York: Routledge, 2002. posted in Women and Gender in Architecture and Urban Design