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Call for Applications | HECAA Pandemic Relief Grant

Posted in Member News, resources by Editor on May 14, 2021

HECAA Pandemic Relief Grant
Applications due by 21 May 2021

HECAA announces a relief program to support new and existing members during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Working with funds raised during our recent Pandemic Relief campaign, HECAA will distribute up to six grants of $250 each to assist recipients suffering from financial hardship. The grants may be used to cover a variety of specific costs, including research, publication subventions, equipment purchases, digital subscriptions, and more. HECAA is also sensitive to the ways in which the pandemic has curtailed employment opportunities and other forms of institutional support more broadly. While the grants cannot fully replace this funding, they can be used to cover expenses for those who have experienced furloughs, layoffs, and/or the cancellation of internships, fellowships, or other institutional funding.

Preference will be given to contingent scholars, graduate students, and other early career scholars (within five years of PhD). All recipients must be HECAA members in good standing. If you are not yet a member, but would like to join, please contact us at hecaamembers@gmail.com. Reduced rate memberships are available for those with demonstrated need.

Application Requirements
• Short CV (2 pages)
• Brief description of how the pandemic has adversely affected your work (1 paragraph)
• Summary of how you intend to spend the funds (1 paragraph)

Please submit your applications by 21 May 2021 to hecaamembers@gmail.com. Applicants will be notified of funding distributions by 1 June 2021.

Symposium | Georgian London Revisited

Posted in conferences (to attend), online learning by Editor on May 14, 2021

Regent Street, Looking toward Carlton House, ca.1822, from The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics.

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From The Georgian Group:

2021 Georgian Group Symposium: Georgian London Revisited
Online, 22–23 May 2021

Following the successful conferences run by the Georgian Group in previous years on Women and Architecture, on The Architecture of James Gibbs, and on The Work of the Adam Brothers, our symposium for 2021 will highlight changing perspectives and new research on the architecture of London undertaken since the publication of the latest edition of Sir John Summerson’s Georgian London (1988, reissued 2003). A series of short papers by both established and younger scholars will cover aspects of housing and estate development, public and commercial architecture, places of entertainment, and related topics.

This year’s symposium will take place online over Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd May. Joining details for the symposium will be sent to ticket holders on Friday 21st May. Tickets are £25; students can purchase a discounted ticket (£15) by clicking here.

The symposium will be recorded and the recording will be available to all those who have purchased a ticket for a limited period of time after the event takes place. Please read our Terms and Conditions before booking.

S A T U R D A Y ,  2 2  M A Y  2 0 2 1

9.30  Welcome

9.40  Keynote Talk
• Elizabeth McKellar — Georgian London after Summerson

10.10  Session 1 | The Restoration and After
• Frank Kelsall — Nicholas Barbon in Holborn
• India Wright — The Redevelopment of Middle Temple in the Late Seventeenth Century
• Charlotte Davis — Restoration London Reconsidered: Edward Pearce and Carved Ornament
• Helen Lawrence-Beaton — The Remodelling of Monmouth House, Soho Square by Thomas Archer

11.25  Break

11.40  Session 2 | Eighteenth-Century Town Houses and Estate Development
• Juliet Learmouth — Living amidst the Ruins: Eighteenth-Century Whitehall and the Bentinck Family
• Melanie Hayes — A Cultural Exchange: The Anglo-Irish in Hanoverian London
• Rory Lamb — Scottish Property in Georgian London: George Steuart and the Duke of Buccleuch’s Urban Estates
• Sarah Milne — Merchants’ Houses of Goodman’s Fields Whitechapel

12.55  Closing Remarks

S U N D A Y ,  2 3  M A Y  2 0 2 1

10.30  Welcome

10.35  Session 3 | The Early Nineteenth Century
• Todd Longstaffe-Gowan — Charlotte Girdlestone’s Early Nineteenth-Century Panorama of Regent’s Park
• Geoffrey Tyack — Beyond the Park: John Nash, the Park Village, and Cumberland Market
• Amy Spencer — Architectural Competition and Its Values at the London University, 1825–26

11.35  Break

11.50  Session 4 | Miscellany
• Michael Burdon — A ‘Vile and Absurd Edifice of Brick’: London’s Opera House in the Haymarket
• Gillian Williamson — Life in Lodgings in Georgian London
• Caroline Stanford — ‘The Resurrection Is upon Us!’ The Role of Sculpture in Georgian London

12.50  Closing Remarks