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Call for Papers: EAHN Meeting in Brussels

Posted in Calls for Papers by Editor on August 28, 2011

European Architectural History Network Second International Meeting
Brussels, Belgium, 31 May — 3 June 2012

Proposals due by 30 September 2011

The European Architectural History Network (EAHN) invites paper proposals for the twenty-three thematic sessions and four roundtable panels to be presented at its Second International Meeting. Sessions and roundtables will cover architecture of all periods, from antiquity, medieval, and early modern, up through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as topics from allied disciplines.

The following sessions may be of particular interest for historians of eighteenth-century architecture:
• Travel of Men and Models: Interpreting, Collecting and Adapting French Art and Architecture in Europe During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
• The Spoils of Architectural Training: Studying School Manuals, Teaching Handbooks and Exercises Sheets in Europe (Eighteenth to Nineteenth Centuries)

Other sessions and roundtables address broad historic periods including the eighteenth century, for example:
• Clerical Ties: Architectural Networks and Networking in the Colonial Mission Field, c. 1500-1950
• Urban Representations of the Temporal
• Politics and Architecture: Definitions, Methods, Possibilities
• Fusion Architecture from the Middle Ages to the Present Day: Incorporation, Confrontation, or Integration?

For the complete call for papers, including full instructions for proposal submission, please visit the conference website: http://eahn2012.org.