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The Humanities Collegiate Division at the University of Chicago is now accepting applications from historians of architecture or the built environment for a four-year, non-renewable, postgraduate appointment as a Collegiate Assistant Professor.
Thu 30.06.2022 – Thu 28.07.2022, daily 10:00-19:00 The famous Canadian photographer Geoffrey James explores the legacy of Jože Plečnik and his transformation of Ljubljana as a Gesamtkunstwerk. James reveals the social and sensual aspects of Plečnik's work, which are...
Together, we will ponder how women ascribed meaning to buildings and landscapes through their writings.
This session proposes to study the material culture of magnificence in early modern cities as a specific topic.
Metode invites artists, designers, and architects to unite with researchers from the humanities to explore creative and risky ways of assembling new knowledge about surfaces through words and works.
Two PhD positions within the framework of the research project « Building Identity: Character in Architectural Debate and Design, 1750-1850 »
This research project takes as its premise the notion that practices of imitation and direct copying were integral to architectural design and production in early modern Europe.
The Liverpool School of Architecture (LSA) wishes to appoint an energetic and forward-thinking Chair in Architecture who will contribute to envisioning and developing the future of the internationally renowned School of Architecture at University of Liverpool.
Vast amounts of data of the built environment are continuously generated, stored, retrieved, updated, edited, and resaved – a seemingly endless cycle of coding and recoding of the past and the present, and of possible futures.
A special issue of Architectural Theory Review (vol. 27, no. 1), edited by Sven Sterken (KU Leuven)
and Dennis Pohl (TU Delft/Karlsruhe Institute of Technology).
The Research Scientist will research and write about the architecture of the campuses of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States with a focus on the period 1920 and 1970.
This third issue will explore the implications of technologies on humans and ecologies in the era of climate catastrophes and increasing instability.