Call for Proposals to Host the EAHN 6th International Meeting, June 2020
Since 2010, EAHN has organized a major international conference every second year. The biennial conferences have proved extremely popular and have played a leading role in consolidating and promoting architectural history research in Europe and overseas. The past conferences - in Guimarães (2010), Brussels (2012), Turin (2014) and Dublin (2016) - have each drawn 200-300 participants, from up to 40 different countries. The 2018 Meeting will be held in Tallinn, and we have now begun the search for candidates to organise our 6th International Meeting in June 2020.
Any scholarly recognized institution can apply to host a biennial EAHN International Meeting.
We welcome applications from across Europe and beyond.
We encourage proposals from countries that have not previously hosted the International Meeting.
Applications of 750 words should be addressed to the EAHN Board and submitted no later than 31 January 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org
On the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the EAHN, we invite scholars to join us in rethinking some of our founding questions: how might the inextricable ties between knowledge and geopolitics be interpreted? And how can we unpack the significance of “Europe” for our scholarly domain today?
Within architectural history we have witnessed Europe cede its position as intellectual hub to North America. But in an increasingly global world, we ask how new distributions of power are currently affecting the production of architectural knowledge.
For this anniversary special collection of our journal Architectural Histories, we invite position papers of up to 3000 words (footnotes and references included) that address these historiographical questions.
Details of the call, and the remit of papers invited, can be found HERE.
EAHN Fifth International Meeting, National Library of Estonia, Tallinn 14-16 June 2018
Submission deadline: 12 December 2016
Scholars wishing to chair a scholarly session or round-table debate at Tallinn 2018 are invited to submit proposals by DECEMBER 12, 2016 to Dr. Andres Kurg, Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, Estonian Academy of Arts.
The full call for sessions can be downloaded here.
HISTORIES IN CONFLICT: CITIES | BUILDINGS | LANDSCAPES
Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, Jerusalem
June 13-15 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS
We are pleased to announce the EAHN’s third thematic conference Urban Histories in Conflict.
On the 50-year anniversary of the Israeli occupation of East Jerusalem and the contentious unification it legislated, we ask how can historians account for the predicaments of violence and uneven distributions of power in the built environment, particularly in the face of current worldwide geo-political crises?
The conference aims to open up questions about the purpose of writing histories of urban conflicts. We welcome papers that consider urban conflict and urge investigation into its related aspects of change and heterogeneity.
At the heart of the conference will be the question of how eruptions of strife shape architectural and urban histories; and reciprocally, how larger architectural and planning processes, along with the histories that register their impact, intervene in the predicament of con ict. The aim of the conference is to bring together different responses to this predicament from both regional architectural and urban historians and worldwide members of the EAHN.
The Network organizes a major international conference every second year and smaller, thematic conferences in intermediate years. The EAHN Conference page includes details of all our events, and guidelines for organisers.