بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم.....
هدف المدونة الرئيسي أن تكون فضاء تواصل رحب بين جميع المتخصصين
في مجال العمارة من المعماريين والمصممين والمخططين ...
وتقديم كل ما هو مفيد وجديد في حقلي العمارة والهندسة.....
نرحب بكافة المساهمات والمقالات والبحوث في حقول الهندسة والعمارة .....
You are warmly invited to take part in the 11th International Conference on Urban History 'Cities & Societies in Comparative Perspective', which will take place in Prague from 29 August until 1 September 2012.
Paper proposals are welcome from 1 June 2011 until 15 November 2011 - EXTENDED DEADLINE!
In the folder 'Sessions' you now can find the list of the sessions which were accepted by the International Committee. We hereby invite you to propose papers for these sessions, and submit them on line with the help of the application software which you can find in the folder 'Call for paper proposals', open until November 15, 2011. After this deadline the session organizers will make selection of accepted proposals and will notify all authors about their decision by January 31, 2012.
We look forward to welcoming you in Prague on 29 August 2012.
The organizing committee of EAUH in Prague 2012
1 December 2010
Start of session proposals submission
20 March 2011
Deadline for session proposals submission
30 April 2011
Notification of sessions acceptance
10 June 2011
Start of paper proposals submission
EXTENDED! 15 November 2011
Deadline for paper proposals submission
31 January 2012
Notification of paper acceptance
1 June 2012
Deadline for early registration
1 July 2012
Deadline for fulltext submissions
20 August 2012
Deadline for standard registration
A HISTORICAL VIEW ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SUSTAINABLE CITY.
STRATEGIES OF SUSTAINABILITY IN EUROPEAN URBAN DESIGN THEORY FROM THE
16TH TO THE 20TH CENTURY
Cities play a definitive crucial role in the on-going discourse on
sustainability, due to the fact that more than half of the world's
population is living in urban agglomerations, causing a concomitant
concentration of energy use and refuse production. However, in spite of
its current urgency, the ideal of a sustainable city is not a new
concept; it has a long history built on a variety of ideas on the
improvement of the urban environment, which have been rethought and
revised over the course of the last century. In fact, many of the
considerations on the improvement of the urban environment that mark
today's ideas on sustainable urban design can already be found in the
urban development tracts and political, philosophical and social reform
texts in medical, economic or political treatises of past centuries.
The arguments of today's sustainability debate, namely, the permanence
of structure, stability of the substance, and social balance, as well
as providing construction material, ground sealing, water supply,
drainage, ventilation, hygiene, garbage removal, traffic, greening, and
land and energy needs will be the focuses of this session.
The section is intended to be of interest to researchers from the
historical and cultural disciplines, sociology, the political sciences
as well as the natural and technical sciences.
Dr. Katia Frey, ETH Zurich, Institute for History and Theory of
Dr. Eliana Perotti, ETH Zurich, Institute for History and Theory of
Dr. Ruth Hanisch, Technische Universität Dortmund