Upcoming European Architectural History Network Conference, 2-4 June 2016
Abstracts of the papers in the sessions and roundtables of the European Architectural History Network’s Fourth International Meeting can now be downloaded from the conference website. The full program of tours, keynote presentations, and other events may also be consulted there.
With a little more than a month to go until the conference, registration is still open. If the abstracts whet your appetite for a trip to Ireland with a few intense days devoted to great offerings for architectural historians, this is the time to sign up!
Dublin 1780 | Source: Internet Archive / Getty Research Institute / public domain
Dublin 1915 | Source: New York Public Library Digital Collections / public domain
Fourth International Meeting of the European Architectural History Network, Dublin (June 2016)
The EAHN 2016 organizing committee has announced the roster of speakers and papers for the sessions and roundtables at the upcoming EAHN 2016 conference in Dublin. Over 150 participants will be chairing or presenting in the twenty-four panels from 2-4 June 2016. Topics range from medieval tower houses through Georgian architecture to “Architecture of the Antipodes”, time travel, and big data.
The Fourth International Meeting of the European Architectural History Network (EAHN) will be held in Dublin, 2-4 June 2016. The call for papers for the conference has just been published, inviting submissions for twenty thematic sessions and four roundtables. Visit the conference website for the full call for papers and related information.
After Guimarães 2010, Brussels 2012, and Turin 2014, the EAHN Fourth International Meeting will take place in Dublin in June 2016. Please note the recently published call for session proposals – the due date is 5 January 2015.
The fourth international meeting of the European Architectural History Network will be held in Dublin, Ireland, on 2-4 June 2016. In accordance with the EAHN’s mission as the chief European professional organization for architectural historians, the meeting is intended to increase the visibility of the discipline, to foster transitional, interdisciplinary and multicultural approaches to the study of the environment, and to facilitate the exchange of research results in the field.
The Dublin meeting will feature five blocks of parallel sessions, some of which will be organized as round tables; three keynote addresses by leading architectural historians; and a full program of walking tours of Dublin’s and bus tours of Ireland’s architectural heritage. Receptions for delegates will also be held in some of the city’s most important historic buildings. 2016 is a particularly exciting year to visit Ireland. It marks the centenary of the Easter Rising and the proclamation of the…