AHRA Regional Groups

AHRA is pursuing a broad range of opportunities to advance the cause of humanities research in architecture. This includes encouraging cooperative links between researchers through regional network activities.

The first regional event to take place under the AHRA banner was a research forum for PhD students at the University of Sheffield in October 2004. This event was instigated by a doctoral researcher at the Sheffield School of Architecture and provided an opportunity for PhD students in the region to meet and present work-in-progress. This kind of mutually supportive activity is important to the future growth and success of humanities research in architecture and AHRA would like to encourage other similar initiatives from PhD students in other geographical areas.

If you have ideas for similar events and would like the support of AHRA - for instance in approaching potential keynote speakers or publicising an event - please contact one of the coordinators by sending a message via the links below:

Jonathan Hale (University of Nottingham)
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Adam Sharr (Cardiff University)
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Further information on the Sheffield event:

1st AHRA Regional Research Student Forum:
University of Sheffield
20th October 2004
Call for Papers
Programme
Abstracts

Suggested regional groupings:

Midlands:

University of Central England, Birmingham; University of Cambridge; De Montfort University, Leicester; University of Lincoln; University of Nottingham; Nottingham Trent University; University of Sheffield; Sheffield Hallam University.

Scotland:

The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen; University of Dundee; Edinburgh College of Art; University of Edinburgh; Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow; University of Strathclyde.

North-East:

Leeds Metropolitan University; University of Leeds; University of Newcastle upon Tyne; University of Huddersfield

Wales and West:

University of West of England; University of Bath; Cardiff University; University of Plymouth; University of Portsmouth; Oxford Brookes University.

London and South-East:

Kent Institute of Art & Design, Canterbury; Architectural Association; The Bartlett, University College London; University of East London; University of Greenwich; Kingston University; London Metropolitan University; London School of Economics; South Bank University; University of Westminster.