The question, how to shape the “countryside,” has arguably been the central design problem of twentieth-century architecture and planning in the global arena. While architectural histories of modernization have mostly focused on urban projects, the question of the countryside was integral to the problems these schemes sought to address.
We invite submissions to our panel at the 2021 Society fo Architectural Historians annual conference in Montreal, April 14–18, 2021. Abstracts are due June 3 and can be submitted via the SAH website: https://www.sah.org/2021/call-for-papers
Although the focus of the panel is not explicitly or exclusively on technology issues, we hope very much to include at least one paper that addresses issues related to digital archival materials and/or computational methods.
ONLINE EDUCATION: TEACHING in a TIME of CHANGE
This one-day conference, to be held at the National Maritime Museum on 27 March 2021,
CFP: Markets and Migration: Ethnic Spaces in the Urban Landscape
The Sewanee Medieval Colloquium is reissuing its call for its postponed Colloquium; while it honors all acceptances from last year, it invites abstracts for papers engaging with privilege and position in global medieval cultures.
Licht aus dem Osten? Natural Light in Medieval Churches Between Byzantium and the West
Workshop | Freie Universität Berlin | 26-27 November 2020 (or virtually)