7–9 June 2023
The ongoing war in Ukraine has made it clear that there is a need to re-evaluate and retune ourselves towards the practices of colonialism, empire-building, and centre-periphery relations, and to ask questions about national identity and built heritage in Eastern Europe and Northern Eurasia, including the histories of Soviet and Russian architecture and the built environment at large.
Koya, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
20-21 February 2023
While the world mourns the destruction of the widely known Iraqi archaeological and heritage sites of Nimrud, Hatra, Sinjar and the old town of Mosul caused by the ISIS invasion in 2014-2017, other Iraqi archaeological and heritage sites in much safer zones were and still are underestimated and exposed to silent death via ongoing neglect and unchecked deterioration with a very limited capacity to safeguard them like in the case of Koya’s old town which reached its zenith during the Ottoman reign.
8-10 July 2021
Exploring heritage and preservation during periods of major transformations, Heritage in Transition is hosted by Polis University in Tirana, Albania.
Building-Object/Design-Architecture: Exploring Interconnections
Clore Business School, Birkbeck College, London, United Kingdom
6-8 June 2019
Chairs: Mark Crinson, Charlotte Ashby
Post War Housing
Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland
Jointly organised with Docomomo Scotland
Chairs: Miles Glendinning, Carmen Popescu