الثلاثاء، 3 مايو، 2011

Call of Paper: The 2012 SAH Annual Meeting

Welcome to the 2012 SAH Annual Meeting


The Society of Architectural Historians invites you to submit abstracts by June 1st to one of 35 thematic paper sessions for the 65th SAH Annual Meeting in Detroit.


All abstracts must reflect the theme of the sessions, which cover topics across all time periods and architectural styles with an international scope. Interdisciplinary papers are encouraged. Some topics include: epistemology of architectural history, architectural representations, material in architectural history, topographies, Medieval architecture, Modern architecture, architecture and privilege, Gothic architecture, landscape architecture, institutional architecture, built environments, architecture and economics/capital, and shrinking cities.





 http://www.sah.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=call%20for%20papers%202012&category=Annual%20Meeting%20Detroit%202012



 
Dr. EMAD H. ISMAEEL
                  Dept. of Architecture E-mail:        emadhanee@yahoo.com
                  University of Mosul
                  Mosul - Iraq
                  emadhanee@gmail.com
                  http://emadhani.blogspot.com/
Tel :           +964 (0)770 164 93 74
                 

Members and friends of the Society of Architectural Historians are invited to submit abstracts by June 1st for the thematic sessions listed below. All abstracts must reflect the theme of the sessions, which cover topics across all time periods and architectural styles with an international scope. Interdisciplinary papers are encouraged. Some topics include: epistemology of architectural history, architectural representations, material in architectural history, topographies, Medieval architecture, Modern architecture, architecture and privilege, Gothic architecture, landscape architecture, institutional architecture, built environments, architecture and economics/capital, and shrinking cities.

Click the titles of the paper sessions below to read a full description of the session and submit abstracts.


1. AFRICAN ARCHITECTURE AS MUSE
2. ALBERT KAHN, FORDISM AND THEIR LEGACIES
3. ARCHITECTURAL ECOLOGIES: A RELATIONAL HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE
4. ARCHITECTURE 1500:  THE END OF GOTHIC
5. THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE AMERICAN BUILDING INDUSTRY, 1945-PREESENT
6. ARCHITECTURE'S NOCTURNES
7. THE ARCHITECTURE OF AUSTERITY:  BETWEEN CRISIS AND POSSIBILITY
8. BUILDINGS AND OBJECTS: BAROQUE, ROCOCO AND BEYOND
9. CITY AIR
10. CONTESTED MODERNISMS: POLITICS, THEORY, AND DESIGN
11. THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF EDUCATION IN MODERN JAPAN
12. DESIGN REFORM IN THE GREAT LAKES: USEFULNESS AND BEAUTY
13. DRAWING IN THE DESIGN PROFESSIONS, 1500 TO 1900
14. EVERYDAY CHINA: DOMESTIC SPACE AND THE MAKING OF MODERN IDENTITY
15. FROM IDEA TO BUILDING: ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURAL PROCESS
16. FRONTIERS: TOPOGRAPHIES OF SURVEILLANCE AND FLOWS
17. GLOBAL HISTORY AS A MODEL FOR ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY
18. INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR ARCHITECTURE IN THE 17TH CENTURY
19. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND ECONOMICS
20. MEDIEVAL STRUCTURES IN EARLY MODERN PALACES
21. MODERN LATIN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY TODAY
22. NOT THE JESUITS: "OTHER" COUNTER-REFORMATIONAL ARCHITECTURE
23. PRIVILEGED SITUATIONS: CITIES AND TOPOGRAPHY IN ROMAN ASIA MINOR
24. RADICAL MARBLE
25. REMEMBERING GEORGE A. KUBLER
26. RETHINKING ARCHITECTURE IN THE AGE OF PRINTING
27. SACRED PRECINCTS:  NON-MUSLIM SITES IN ISLAMIC SOCIETIES
28. SHRINKING CITIES
29. SYSTEMS AND THE SOUTH
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