Past Events

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2018 Interstices Under Construction Symposium CFP

2018 Interstices Under Construction Symposium: Presence

University of Auckland, Auckland, in collaboration with Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

July 12 2018 - July 14 2018

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We invite you to submit an abstract for the forthcoming Interstices ‘Under Construction Symposium’, inspired by the spark of presence and its spatial effects. Following the symposium, papers will be sought for Interstices issue. 20 on this same theme. For publishing options and the required formatting, please refer to the Guidelines for Submissions on the Interstices website. 

The symposium will be run in conjunction with a colloquium led by Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Harold Marshall and other principal speakers to be announced.

Abstracts of 300 words may be forwarded to Sue Hedges up to 28 February 2018:.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Dates: Keynote lecture on the evening of Thursday 12 July 2018 followed by full days on 13 and 14 July

Venue: University of Auckland, Symonds Street, Auckland, in collaboration with Auckland University of Technology

Conference organisers:

Ross Jenner, Andrew Barrie, Julia Gatley, University of Auckland

Andrew Douglas, Sue Hedges, Auckland University of Technology

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ACSF Symposium on Displacement and Architecture

Paper Submission Deadline Extended to February 12, 2018

coral Gables, Florida

May 23 2018 - May 25 2018

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SYMPOSIUM UPDATE

The 10th Annual ACSF Symposium | DISPLACEMENT & ARCHITECTURE 

Call for Paper Submissions extended to February 12, 2018

 

The Architecture, Culture and Spirituality Forum’s 10th Annual Symposium will feature innovative and expansive discussions among scholars and practitioners on the spiritual and physical displacements of the 21st century, and the creation and transformation of the relationships between spirituality, culture, and landscapes that we now occupy and will occupy in the future. As in the past, the symposium will be structured as a balance between invited guest speakers, conference sessions, tours, exhibitions, and time for retreat, reflection and meals together. 

 

Featured Speakers include:

 

Karsten Harries, Department of Philosophy, Yale University. 

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, University of Miami School of Architecture

Ronald Rael, College of Environmental Design, University of California Berkeley

Eike Roswag, Technical University Berlin and Eike, Roswag, Roswag, Architekten

 

Exhibition: Sheltering Survivors, at the Coral Gables Museum

 

The symposium will take place May 23 - 25, 2018 in Coral Gables, Florida. It will be held in partnership with the School of Architecture at the University of Miami, the Coral Gables Museum, the AIA Miami, Miami Center for Architecture and Design, and the Aga Khan Award for Architecture. The due date for paper proposals has been extended to February 12th. See the ACSF website for full information. http://www.acsforum.org

 

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Displacement and Architecture Symposium 2018 | Coral Gables, Florida hosted by ACSF

Displacement and Architecture

Coral Gables, Florida

May 22 2018 - May 25 2018

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Displacement and Architecture Symposium 2018 | Miami

On May 22-25, 2018, the Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Forum (ACSF) will host a symposium, “Displacement and Architecture,” in partnership with the School of Architecture, University of Miami; the Coral Gables Museum; AIA Miami; and The Aga Khan Award for Architecture. The symposium aims for a broad discussion among practitioners and scholars on the tangible and intangible dimensions of displacement, addressing the physical as well as spiritual ramifications of natural disaster, forced migration, or deportation. Topics may include places and cities impacted by migration, including the spatial dimensions of the shelter, camp, or religious building

 

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8th Asian Conference on Environment-Behaviour Studies, I.I.T Roorkee, India

Social Sustainability and Cultural Diversity

India

February 10 2018 - February 11 2018

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8th Asian Conference on Environment-Behaviour Studies

10-11 February 2018

Co-hosted by the Department of Architecture and Planning, Indian Institute of Technology (I.I.T) Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India

 

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Atmosphere: Fabrications

Symposium

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

February 01 2018 - February 03 2018

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We invite proposals for 20-minute paper presentations and/or temporary installations exploring Fabrications via one of the following four sub-themes: Social Fabrics, Mediating Fabrics, Fabricating in situ, and Fabricating Truth.

 

 

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The AHRA Review of Books

January 24 2018 - June 30 2018

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Our interest in this issue of Architecture & Culture, the journal of the Architectural Humanities Research Association, is to re-view the book review, to study its different roles and explore its possibilities for architecture’s various modes of production, dissemination and reflection.  

For information on how to make a submission to this issue, please see 

http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rfac

 

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