The Art & Architectural History Department and the new Center for the Study of Slavery at the College of Charleston announce a symposium dedicated to the historic and ongoing relationships between slavery and architecture. We seek papers that critically explore places and times in which slavery was a legal institution, as well as papers that analyze the long-enduring memories and legacies of slavery in architecture, urbanism, and landscapes. Charleston is one of the most important sites of such history in the United States and offers an ideal setting for a confrontation with
Call for Paper
The editors of SEQUITUR, a graduate student journal published by the Department of History of Art & Architecture at Boston University, invite current graduate students to submit content on the theme “Crossing the Line” for our Spring 2019 issue. Submissions should be sent to email@example.com by February 15. You can find the full CFP at our website: https://www.bu.edu/sequitur/submissions/cfp/.
We welcome the following submissions:
I am looking for scholars to present on a panel that examines infrastructure debates of the 19th and 20th centuries. Broadly, this panel will examine fierce socio-political debates, federal/state/local institutions of power, and cultural forces that have impacted our built environment. The goal of this panel is to deepen our understanding of inequality as represented in our pysical gegraphical landscapes.
The Mary Baker Eddy Library invites applications for its 2019 fellowship program. The Library's fellowships are designed to support researchers whose projects require on-site access to it's collections, which include The Mary Baker Eddy Collection and the organizational records of The First Church of Christ, Scientist.
You are welcome to submit paper abstracts for the following panel, which is part of the RC21 Conference "In and Beyond the City: Emerging Onthologies, Persistent Challenges and Hopeful Futures" to be held in Delhi from 18-21 September, 2019.
Panel title: Large housing estates: (re)structuring urban inequalities and civic life