From SHERA-SAH Liaison: Highlights from Society of Architectural Historians July 2019 Newsletter

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Open Access SAH Archipedia

The Society of Architectural Historians and University of Virginia Press are proud to present the beta version of a newly designed, mobile-friendly, open-access edition of SAH Archipedia.

Save the Date: Awards Gala

SAH will present the 2019 Awards for Architectural Excellence to architects Carol Ross Barney, FAIA, Stuart Cohen, FAIA, Julie Hacker, FAIA and Oswaldo Ortega, AIA on November 8.

SAH Data Project Updates

Visit the new SAH Data Project webpage to learn more about the project, receive email updates, read the process blog, and meet the team.

#SAHDataProject Where Is Architectural History Thriving? By Sarah M. Dreller

#SAHBrooks The Invention of Labor: British Industrial Architecture and Representations of the Working Class By Sarah Rovang

#SAHBrooks Building Neverland By Aymar Mariño-Maza

List of International Graduate Programs in Architectural History and Related Fields Now Available (on the Digital Resources and Graduate Student Resources pages)

 

            SAH OPPORTUNITIES

SAH 79th Anniversary Open House CHICAGO, IL | JULY 27

SAH Publication Awards DEADLINE JULY 31

SAH Award for Film and Video DEADLINE JULY 31

Call for Nominations: SAH Fellows DEADLINE AUG 1

Call for Nominations: SAH Board DEADLINE AUG 1

 

            Read the latest from SHERA in this month's Chapter & Partner News

Society of Historians of Eastern European, Eurasian, and Russian Art and Architecture (SHERA)
The Board of the Society of Historians of Eastern European, Eurasian, and Russian Art and Architecture (SHERA) is pleased to announce the Recipient of the SHERA Graduate Student / Independent Scholar Travel Grant to attend the 2019 ASEEES meeting in San Francisco, CA, Dr. Yulia Karpova (Budapest). Her paper, "Late Soviet studio ceramics as a site of institutional critique" will be presented during the SHERA-sponsored panel “Culture as Matter” and will demonstrate how a seemingly trivial utilitarian material, ceramics, provided the basis for thriving intellectual dialogues and the critique of the state-sponsored consumer culture that developed in the Brezhnev era. Taking Sara Ahmed’s notion of objects that orient people towards different possibilities and social positions, the study will explore the interdependency between late socialist material infrastructure, state cultural policies and ceramic artists’ critical voices.

The call for papers is now open for the SHERA-sponsored session Freezes and Thaws in the Socialist Bloc, at 108 CAA Annual Conference, Hilton Chicago, February 12–15, 2020: CFP: Freezes and Thaws in the Socialist Bloc | CAA 2020, Deadline: July 23, 2019, session chairs Yelena Kalinsky (Michigan State) and Adrian Barr (Winona State), yelena.kalinsky@gmail.com, ABarr@winona.edu.
Please note that you should be a member of both CAA and SHERA in order to participate. Instructions and guidelines for participation are available here.

 

The July Booklist of recently published architecture books and related works is compiled by architecture librarian Barbara Opar, Syracuse University Library.

 

Highlights have been compiled by your SHERA-SAH liaison Anna P. Sokolina.