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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.
10 scholarships will be granted to interdisciplinary research projects in the field of Humanities; 1 scholarship will be granted to digitization-related research projects.
The proposed edited book seeks to explore starchitecture in a single film, series of films, in production and publicity venues, or in global cinema culture.
This issue collects critical essays and reports capable of reflecting on the potential, organisational mechanisms and effects that the experience of travel has on teaching.
Lisbon, January 18-20, 2023 Session: By Sword and Cross: Christianizing Missions and Global Empire Second wave colonialism, beginning with the conquest of Algiers in 1830 and the establishment of the British Raj in 1858, has often been depicted in contrast to early...
Every two years, the Manuel de Solà-Morales European Prize recognizes the best university research in the field of urbanism carried out by a student granted a PhD.
DocTalks is an informal, peer-to-peer, weekly online forum by and for PhD students and early career researchers within the broad fields of architectural history and theory, landscape and the city.
Reading Her presents 9 x 5 min portraits of women and their writings that we conceive as relevant to architectural histories.
The issue examines the complex sets of relationships and contexts that shape architecture’s mediality as a result of the rising instability in the constitution of the urban during ongoing turbulent environmental, societal and cultural transformations.
Muquarnas is a collaboration that aims to re-establish construction innovation as central to contemporary Islamic architecture.
This conference seeks to expand the conceptualization of finishing and explain the practices of finishing in architecture along three currents: the surface, the project, and most broadly, architectural time itself.
Para-Colonial – Colonial – Post-Colonial: Influences and Transactions in the Architecture of Oceania (1840-1990)
The contributions of this conference attempt to link their concrete architectural case studies of buildings, ensembles and urbanist projects with reflections on the influences of and transactions between locals and foreigners, colonials and colonised, and their changing allegiances, even across changing political powers.