AHRA Newsletter:
June-July 2011

This is the latest issue of the newsletter highlighting forthcoming events, conferences, publications and other research activities.

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The next newsletter will be issued in mid August 2011.

New Events

Biophilic Design

Harmonious inter-relationship between built and natural context at both neighborhood and city scale

International Society of Biourbanism

August 30 2013

Call for Papers:

The new Journal of Bio Urbanism (JBU), a peer-reviewed international online journal of architecture, planning, and built environment studies, is currently considering papers for inclusion in its first issue launching in 2011.

The JBU aims at establishing a bridge between new theories and practice in the fields of design, architectural and urban planning, and built environment studies.

We invite papers which examine the latest research on biophilic approach, and focuses on harmonious inter-relationship between built and natural context at both neighborhood and city scale.

Please send your submissions to the editor (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)), by 30 August 2011.

Participants will be notified by November 2011.

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Fri 30 August 2013

New directions in Gothic Revival studies worldwide

The 2012 A.W.N. Pugin bicentennial conference

University of Kent, Canterbury

July 13 2012 - July 14 2012

This conference will be the primary international academic event marking the bicentenary of the birth of the architect A.W.N. Pugin, bringing the field’s leading scholars worldwide to a broad-based conference in Canterbury. It will also be the first conference on the British Gothic Revival's international impact that incorporates North America, and the first significant international conference on the subject since ‘Gothic Revival: religion, architecture and style in Western Europe’ (Leuven, 1997).

There will be opportunities to visit key Pugin sites immediately before and after the conference. In association with the Pugin Society, The Victorian Society and the Landmark Trust we will offer visits to the Grange and St Augustine’s in Ramsgate. Further tours and walks will be organised over the following week to Gothic Revival sites in Birmingham and Staffordshire.

The academic sessions of the conference will be held on 13-14 July 2012 at the University of Kent in Canterbury.

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Fri 13 July 2012

Ethics & Aesthetics of Architecture & the Environment

2 0 1 2 I S P A C o n f e r e n c e

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

July 11 2012 - July 13 2012

Call for papers

Abstracts: 28 October 2011
Notification of Acceptance: 06 January 2012
Full Papers: 30 March 2012
Early Registration: 30 April 2012

The subject of aesthetics is often taken as dealing with questions of mere beauty, where the word 'aesthetic' is colloquially interchangeable with beauty and liking. Someone might, for instance, explain their liking the look of a particular object on the basis of its 'aesthetics'. Interestingly, even within the specialised architecture discourse, the aesthetic is largely discussed on the basis of an object's appearance. Yet, the aesthetic is not limited and should not be limited merely to the way things look. Any philosophically informed aesthetician, will contest this limited view, saying something along the lines of 'the aesthetic is everything'. The aim of this conference is therefore in part to address this discursive limitation in architecture and related subjects by broadening the aesthetic discourse beyond questions relating to purely visual phenomena in order to include those derived from all facets of human experience.

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Wed 11 July 2012

European Architectural History Network

Second International Meeting

Brussels, Belgium

May 31 2012 - June 03 2012

Call for Session and Roundtable Proposals Deadline: 19 December 2010

The European Architectural History Network (EAHN) is organizing its second international meeting in Brussels in spring 2012 with twenty-three panels and four roundtables treating topics from antiquity through medieval and early modern to the present.  Panels include topics in the history of architecture, urbanism, gardens and landscape, as well as in architectural theory and historiography.  

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Thu 31 May 2012

6th Conference of the International Forum on Urbanism (IFoU)


Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona

January 25 2012 - January 27 2012

To strengthen the international collaboration in Urbanism, the International Forum on Urbanism develops international conferences to contribute to the international debate on Urbanism and to stimulate the exchange between academic and professional institutions. The sixth, entitled TOURbanISM-toURBANISM, will take place from January 25th to 27th, 2012, at the Catalonian Politechnic University (UPC) in Barcelona.

The conference aims to generate an exchange between the academic and the professional debate, to investigate opportunities and risks for the sustainable touristical development and to discuss visions, concepts and best practices. In this framework causes, reasons and dependencies of worldwide transformation processes will be analyzed and planning strategies and design concepts for a more sustainable development of tourism will be explored.


Deadline for abstracts submission  JUNE 17th, 2011


ANNEX: List of current member institutions of IFoU:

TU Delft / Berlage Institute Rotterdam / IUA Venetia / UPC Barcelona / Tsinghua University Beijing / Beijing University of Technology / Taiwan University Taipei / National University of Singapore / Tarumanagara University Jakarta / Chinese University of HongKong / Tongjii University Shangai / University of Tokio / Seoul National University / Chonnam National University of Korea / National Cheng Kung University of Taiwan

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Wed 25 January 2012

Modern Catholic Space

Mount Street Jesuit Centre, London

December 09 2011 - December 10 2011

Call for papers:

Modern architecture for the Roman Catholic Church in the twentieth century could be experimental, transgressive or progressive, comforting or shocking; sometimes it appeared within a culture of intense theoretical and theological dialogue between architects and clergy, and sometimes it challenged orthodoxy and innovated at the fringes of the Church’s complex structure. At various significant moments, modern architecture was either repressed and quenched, or welcomed and widely adopted. Architects could be concerned with the symbolic potential of modern architecture to evoke newly emphasised ideas in theology. In church architecture throughout the twentieth century, the liturgy was a central focus of development, as space and ritual were intimately connected. Monastic life was subject to modern interpretations of ancient ideals. Mission stations far from Rome might echo modern architecture’s development of a ‘critical regionalism’. Conventionally, the Second Vatican Council has been seen as a pivotal moment in the shift towards a modern form of church space, but increasingly scholarship is revealing the Council to have been only one marker of broader trends. More recently, architects have sought continuity and reattachment to the past instead of innovation. This symposium seeks to present new research on specific manifestations of these larger historical currents.

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Fri 9 December 2011

Sigradi 2011 Augmented Culture

XV SIGraDi Conference

Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Santa Fe, Argentina

November 16 2011 - November 18 2011

Augmented Culture talks about a combination of interdependent cultural and technological meanings in a complex, multiple, interactive and interconnected context. It acknowledges that a new social and cultural paradigm is being developed as the old barriers of time, space and language are ruptured and transcended.

In our knowledge-based civilization, cultural expressions have been qualitatively augmented starting from their integration with information and communication technologies, which have dramatically enhanced not only their creative and reflective processes but also the realization and construction of cultural objects.

In this sense, an Augmented Culture compels us to investigate the wide and complex spectrum of the variables that express the interdisciplinary, collective and participative constructions of our present age, so strongly related to visual culture, information culture and interface culture.

SIGraDi 2011 will pay attention to the field of design in all its scales as well as to art in its multiple expressions, recovering one of the most distinctive features of SIGraDi since its origin. We invite you to contribute to this effort no matter how unique or different your area of interest or approach might be.

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Wed 16 November 2011



School of Architecture, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China

November 12 2011 - November 14 2011

Since the 1980s, reform and the opening up to the West have accelerated the rapid development of China’s economy and society.  The tide of deepening globalization has integrated China and the world more than ever before. Today China synchronously absorbs new ideas and trends in architecture from every corner of world through television, network and other modern information technology. The immensity and speed of China’s construction industry attracts world famous architects to the Chinese market. All these rapid changes profoundly influence research on world architecture historical theory and architectural design practice, both positively and negatively, and bring new challenges to the Chinese architectural education system.

How to respond to these new changes? How to find and create a new architectural future through history? These are the important questions which need to be seriously confronted and deeply thought through for research and education in world architectural history.

The School of Architecture of Tianjin University will hold the 2011 International Symposium on Teaching and Researching World Architectural History on 12th-14th November 2011, with the theme: “Change and Response ─ History and Future”, and warmly welcomes your participation.


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Sat 12 November 2011


AHRA International Conference 2011

Queen’s University Belfast - School of Planning, Architecture & Civil Engineering (SPACE)

October 27 2011 - October 29 2011

Call for Papers 

Deadline 15 February 2011

Peripheries are increasingly considered in contemporary culture, research and practice. This shift in focus challenges the idea that the centre primarily influences the periphery, giving way to an understanding of reciprocal influences. These principles have permeated into a wide range of areas of study and practice, transforming the way we approach research and spatio-temporal relations.

The 2011 AHRA Queen's Belfast Peripheries conference will invite discussion via papers and short films on the multiple aspects  periphery represents --  temporal, spatial, intellectual, technological, cultural, pedagogical and political – with, as a foundation for development, the following themes:

Peripheral practices

Practice-based research

Urban peripheries

Non-metropolitan contexts

Peripheral positions


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Thu 27 October 2011

Symposium: Transcending Architecture

Aesthetics and Ethics of the Numinous

The Catholic University of America, School of Architecture and Planning, Washington, DC (USA)

October 06 2011 - October 08 2011

Architecture is called to do a lot more than to guarantee the public health, safety and welfare of building users. In fact, the promise of architecture begins fulfillment when such expectations have been met and transcended. At its highest, architecture has the ability to turn geometric proportions into shivers, stone into tears, rituals into revelation, light into grace, space into contemplation, and time into divine presence. A transcending architecture disappears in the very act of delivering us into the awesome and timeless nonspace of the holy. Louis Kahn called it the immeasurable, Le Corbusier the ineffable, and Rudolf Otto the numinous.

In an age obsessed with speed, consumerism, technology, immediacy, and quantity, an architecture that transcends constitutes a radical and risky act of love and compassion born out of a spiritual and cultural awakening. By providing us with a respite, such environments afford us the rare opportunity to re-discover our bearings and, in so doing, frame our existential condition within the larger matters of life and the divine. If there was a time when such an architecture was necessary, it is undoubtedly today!

This symposium will thus consider the aesthetics and ethics that move us from the ordinary to the extraordinary, from the profane to the sacred. Far from avoiding the charged issues of subjectivity, culture and intangibility, we will examine the phenomenological, symbolic, and designerly ways in which the holy gets fixed and transmitted through architecture. Confirmed speakers include Juhani Pallasmaa, honorary FAIA (Pallasmaa Architects), Karsten Harries (Philosophy, Yale University), Thomas Barrie, AIA (Architecture, North Carolina State University), Karla Britton (Architecture, Yale University), Michael Crosbie, AIA (editor, Faith & Form), Lindsay Jones (Center for the Study of Religion, Ohio State University), Rebecca Krinke (Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota), and Maged Senbel (Community and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia).

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Thu 6 October 2011

Mobile Geographies of Art: Bodies, Technologies and Transnationality

RGS-IBG Annual Conference


August 31 2011 - September 02 2011

Call For Papers:

Deadline for abstracts is Friday 11th February.

Convenor: Amanda Rogers (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Sponsored by the Social and Cultural Geography Research Group.

Geographical research on the arts has often concentrated on place bound artistic practices and representations, examining how art responds to local environments, identities and communities. This session invites papers that loosen the relationship between art and place by focussing on multi-locational and mobile geographies of art. These spatialities can occur at a range of scales, including: the micro-geographical movements of bodies as they engage in creative practices; the expression of mobile identities and spatialities in art; and the development of art works through transnational travel or collaboration. The session is also interested in how technologies affect or reflect this artistic movement, as well as mediating the form and function of art as it travels – whether in the development of viral videos or the re-staging of theatrical plays in different locations. The session therefore seeks to bring together geographers working on art, mobility and technology in order to develop accounts of artistic geographies that demonstrate how art can reassemble place or engage with porous understandings of site and location (Morris and Cant 2006; DeSilvey 2010).

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Wed 31 August 2011


SID Research Cell, Faculty of Design, CEPT University, Ahmedabad.

August 31 2011 - September 01 2011


Deadline: 15/03/2011

di•a•logue also di•a•log (13c)
1    : a written composition in which two or more characters are represented as conversing
2 a : a conversation between two or more persons; also : a similar exchange between a person and something else (as a computer)
 b : an exchange of ideas and opinions
 c : a discussion between representatives of parties to a conflict that is aimed at resolution
3    : the conversational element of literary or dramatic composition
4    : a musical composition for two or more parts suggestive of a conversation

di•a•lo•gist (ca. 1660)
1   : a writer of dialogues
2   : one who participates in a dialogue

Samvad : Dialogue

India is often quoted to be an assimilative culture with the only homogenous character being plurality and diversity.  It surely exists simultaneously and quite comfortably in multiple time-periods, with many contradictions, bringing with it an immensely rich and varied fabric, a diversity that is integral to India. It has often in the past shown its power to negotiate variety and differences in a positive manner ably aided by its long history of the argumentative and dialogic tradition transgressing gender, caste, economic, political and religious divides, a process seen by Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen as an integral part of the development of Indian thought and ethos and an important factor for the correct reading of India’s past.  Dialogic learning as Wikipedia suggests is ‘the result of egalitarian dialogue; in other words, the consequence of a dialogue in which different people provide arguments based on validity claims and not on power claims’.

If design and understanding of design in the Indian context is to benefit from this diversity and plurality, it seems most useful to continue in the spirited tradition of Samvad or dialogue.  You are invited.

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Wed 31 August 2011

Technologies of Drawing

One-day conference

University of Huddersfield

August 26 2011 - August 26 2011

This conference will take a far-reaching view of the theme Technologies of Drawing, going beyond the opposition of hand-made and digital, and recognizing the variety of tools, techniques, devices and procedures now in circulation. This will include the differing ways in which drawing relates to three-dimensional space. Drawing will be considered from practitioner and art historical perspectives as a means of thinking, designing and making.

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Fri 26 August 2011


Architectural Education Encounters

A 2-day Research Conference and Training Workshop

Colombo, Sri Lanka

August 08 2011 - August 09 2011

Call for Papers - Deadline 29th January 2011

The vision of the University of Moratuwa is 'to be a centre of excellence of higher learning and related activities with an emphasis on national relevance, international recognition, innovation and creativity'. The challenges of the new millennium in achieving such excellenece demand that educationalists and scholars construct, share and transfer new knowlegde. The Faculty of Architecture Research Unit, with the aim of facilitating these activities is organizing a two-day Research Conference and Training Workshop on Architectural Education in August 2011 in Colombo. The areas to be focussed on are:

1. Philosophy of Architectural Education

2. Design Teaching/Tutoring

3. Assessment Criteria/Critiques & Viva Voce

4. Curriculum Management/Review/Validation

5. Readiness to Practise/Designer & Professional

These themes are expected to involve all categories of stakeholders, each one returning home having had one or more of his/her educational practices scrutinized. The educationalists, researchers and scholars of different levels are invited to send abstracts of conference papers that are designed to detail expositions of current practices and engage the listener in dialogue.

Keynote addresses will be delivered by Sir Peter Cook of the AA and Prof Juhani Pallasmaa of Helsinki University of Technology.


Conference Chair:  Prof Harsha Munasinghe, Ph.D, FIA[SL]

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Mon 8 August 2011

AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award Studentship - ‘Trading Nations’

Architecture, Informal Empire, and the Scottish Cast Iron Industry in Argentina

The University of Edinburgh

July 22 2011

AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award Studentship - 'Trading Nations:  
Architecture, Informal Empire, and the Scottish Cast Iron Industry in  

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Fri 22 July 2011

Architecture Summer School, British School at Rome

British School at Rome

July 18 2011 - July 28 2011

The 10 day full-time, Architecture Summer School at the British School at Rome is an exciting opportunity for graduates in architecture, for students in the later stages of architecture programmes or graduates now considering architecture at university.

The Architecture Summer School at the British School at Rome offers an integrated programme of study that emphasizes the relationship between contemporary architectural design, the city of Rome and Italian culture as a whole. We will explore the multi-layered textures of Rome, the uniqueness and complexities of the city that combines ancient, renaissance and contemporary histories. Each day combines of study tours of the city and beyond, design studios, evening lectures and presentations. 

For further information, please see the event website, http://www.architecturesummerschool.com  



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Mon 18 July 2011


call for papers from Le Journal Speciale'Z

July 07 2011 - September 01 2011

‘From now on, I’ll describe the cities to you,’ the Khan had said, ‘in your journeys you will see if they exist.'—Invisible Cities , Italo Calvino

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Thu 7 July 2011

Revisiting The Vernacular

calls for papers from Le Journal Speciale'Z

July 07 2011 - September 01 2011

‘A peripheral or interstitial architecture may still be capable of generating a more appropriate, sensitive and responsive physical environment than that generally found today.’—Kenneth Frampton, ‘Place-Form and Cultural Identity’

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Thu 7 July 2011

Call for Papers: Interior Economies: IDEA JOURNAL 2011

July 07 2011 - September 10 2011

Academics, research students and practitioners are invited to submit

design research papers and critical project works that engage with

interior design/interior architecture theory and practice for the IDEA



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Thu 7 July 2011

Funded PhD Studentship

Studentship (APL11): PhD in Architectural Design Research/Architectural Theory and Criticism

School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University

July 07 2011 - August 01 2011

The School is pleased to offer one funded studentship for doctoral research in architecture to begin in September 2011. The studentship is in support of two new international masters programmes that are being launched by the School: MA in Architectural Design Research and MA in Architectural Theory and Criticism. The successful applicant will follow a programme of PhD study under the supervision of Professor Mark Dorrian and Dr Katie Lloyd Thomas. The research may be pursued either by creative practice or by written thesis.


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Thu 7 July 2011


International conference

The Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff, Wales, UK

July 06 2011 - July 08 2011


The word ‘economy’ first described the management of a household. It comes from the Greek oikonomia—oikous (house) and nemein (manage)—but its description of domestic frugality bears little relation to the contemporary ‘economy’ of governments and financial markets. Economies and capital are central to the dynamics of construction and urbanism, in ordering and disordering patterns of production and consumption. Given the collapse and mismanagement of the larger households of our societies, is it not vital to now evaluate the multiple meanings and potentials contained within this word?

Abstracts of 300 words are invited on any topic related to notions of ‘Economy’ in architecture or related fields. These should be submitted for refereeing by 7th January 2011, either electronically or by post to the address below. Abstracts will be double-blind refereed. Applicants will be notified of their acceptance or rejection by 31 January 2011. Additional information can be found on the conference website.

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Wed 6 July 2011


The 28th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand

State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

July 06 2011 - July 09 2011


Abstracts Due: 19 November 2010
Since 1985 the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand has fostered a vital and broad discussion of architecture amongst its membership – making of itself an audience for architectural history. The work of the Society has obvious significance beyond this constituency yet how is this greater audience shaped or constituted, and in what terms? And how has audience and notions of reception framed architecture as something historically situated, something positioned in its past?
The 28th Annual SAHANZ Conference in Brisbane, 2011, takes ‘Audience’ as its broad theme, inviting papers that reflect on architectural history and its critical points of address. Who are the audiences of architectural history? To whom are books, articles, and exhibitions of architectural history addressed? Does architecture have an audience simply by occupying a place in the world? What are the implications of having professional, disciplinary or popular audiences for architectural history alongside each other? Can historians of architecture cultivate new audiences for historical and contemporary architecture? And how are various social and cultural publics formed or anticipated through the writing of architectural history?
We welcome papers addressing any aspect of the relationship between architectural history and its audience, inviting reflection upon works of architecture, ideas about architecture, the architect, architectural processes and the role of the historian and critic.

Conference Timetable:
Abstract submission
: 19 November 2010
Notification of acceptance: 6 December 2010
Full Papers: 18 March 2011
Referee Reports: 29th April 2011
Final Papers: 27th May 2011
Conference: 6-9 July 2011

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Wed 6 July 2011

Sharing Cultures 2011

International Conference on Intangible Heritage


July 04 2011 - July 07 2011

Call for papers now open:

Sharing Cultures 2011 follows the path established by the previous Conference on Intangible Heritage (Sharing Cultures 2009) and aims at pushing further the discussion on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH), under the main topics proposed by the UNESCO Convention (please refer to the list of Topics). Now that the concept of ICH has gained its rightful place among the scientific community and that a large number of research works are recognised as fundamental pieces for the comprehension of human societies, organisations and ways of living, scientific events that gather scholars, researchers and academics with on-going work on ICH are privileged moments to share experiences, problems, questions and conclusions. Sharing Cultures 2011 aims at being one of those moments, gathering some of the most prominent researchers in this area, inviting all Delegates to share their recent work and achievements. Furthermore, Sharing Cultures 2011 will include a number of workshops on traditional craftsmanship, promoting some hands-on experience to all Delegates, who will have the opportunity to learn from the real owners of traditional know-how. Authors intending to submit papers to Sharing Cultures 2011 are encouraged to address one of the topics of the Conference, making evidence of ongoing research work. The Conference will welcome papers and presentations on field work, case studies and theoretical approaches to ICH.

- Contact persons:
Alberto Moreno (Mr.) - Secretariat -  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Sérgio Lira (Prof.) - Co-Chairman -  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

- Organiser:
Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development
Av. Alcaides de Faria, 377, S.12
4750-106 Barcelos
Telephone: + 351 253 815 037
Fax: + 351 253 824 730
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Mon 4 July 2011

The History and Heritage of Post-war Council Estates

Bishop Grossteste University College, Lincoln

June 30 2011

Post-war council estates are now more than fifty years old, and have acquired their own histories and heritage. The architecture and design, planning and development, demographic profile and cultural perceptions of such estates have evolved. Approaches to the preservation of post-war structures and shifts in housing tenure legislation are among those politically-charged factors affecting the rate of change.

This event will discuss interdisciplinary approaches to studying the past and present of post-war council estates in various parts of Britain. The estates of Lincoln will be one feature. Lincoln was one of the relatively larger and earlier providers of twentieth-century municipal housing outside of the major cities and conurbations.


• Architecture, design and landscape planning

• Belonging, space and place

• Community history, archiving and local engagement

• Social trends, policy and practice

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Thu 30 June 2011

Post in Architectural History

University of Ulster, Belfast

June 30 2011

School of Architecture and Design

Reader/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Architectural History        Ref: 1185762


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Thu 30 June 2011

Third Annual Annual Architecture, Culture and Spirituality Symposium

Serenbe, Georgia (US), 30 minutes away from Atlanta Int'l airport

June 29 2011 - July 01 2011

We would like to invite interested individuals to consider submitting work and attending the Third Annual Annual Architecture, Culture and Spirituality Symposium. This event is organized by the ACS Forum, a 150+ member strong international group. For more information, about this group, visit its website: http://www.acsforum.org

The ACS 2011 symposium will take place June 29-July 1 at Serenbe, a 1,000 acre community located under 25 minutes drive from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (United States). Serenbe is one the first new examples of agricultural urbanism and built around principles of sacredness and nature. Serenbe offers us a perfect setting of peace, beauty, and inspiration to discuss ACS issues.

As in the previous two symposia, the 2011 meeting will include four sessions covering a variety of topics relevant to architecture and spirituality issues. A closing session will debate what has been presented and seek some synthesis. As part of the symposium, we’ll have special presentations, one addressing the unique condition of Serenbe and the other featuring Nader Ardalan’s lecture on  "Elements of a Transcendent  Architectural Quest" . Optional meditation will be offered each morning and there will be free time for connecting to oneself, other people and the surroundings. There will be no symposium fees. Attendants will only have to cover their room and board expenses. For more detailed information, visit the symposium website. 

Phillip Tabb and Julio Bermudez
Co-Chairs 2011 ACS Symposium
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Wed 29 June 2011

Open Space: People Space 3

Inclusive Design for Getting Outdoors


June 28 2011 - June 29 2011

A conference on research into inclusive outdoor environments for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. 

OPENspace, in collaboration with research partners at the Universities of Salford and Warwick, is hosting a third international conference in Edinburgh. The event will coincide with the publication of findings from the consortium’s flagship research project – Inclusive Design for Getting Outdoors (I'DGO).
The first call for papers will be issued in October 2010. 

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Tue 28 June 2011


A symposium on matter, movement and environment

School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, Newcastle University

June 23 2011 - June 23 2011

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Thu 23 June 2011

New Courses

MA Spatial Practices: Art, Architecture, and Performance

University College for the Creative Arts

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Thu 24 December 2009

MSc Urban Studies

University College London

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Thu 24 December 2009

Tenure-track position in architectural history

Columbia University

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Thu 30 September 2010

The British School at Rome - Residential Awards for Research 2011-12

The British School at Rome

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Wed 15 December 2010

The University of Queensland Postdoctoral Research Fellowship 2011

University of Queensland

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Thu 29 April 2010