Research in the Department of Architecture, University of Westminster

Architecture Research Forum 2017-2018_4

SHAHED SALEEM IN WHAT STYLE SHOULD WE BUILD? 23 November 2017, Erskine Room, 13:00-14:00

Nov, 17 · in Events

Call for Papers: “Monsoon Waters” _ Deadline 8th January 2018

Monsoon Waters Call for Papers Deadline: 08 January 2018 Symposium Dates: 12-13 April 2018 Venue: University of Westminster, London, UK Proposals for papers are invited for Monsoon Waters, the second in a series of symposia […]

Call for Papers: “From Building to Continent: How Architecture Makes Territories”_Deadline: 15th January 2015

University of Kent, KSA Create Biennial Conference 2018 Cultural landscape refers to landscapes shaped by humans through habitation, cultivation, exploitation and stewardship, and has influenced thinking in other fields, such as architecture. Generally, architecture has […]

Oct, 27

Architecture Research Forum 2017-2018_3

DOUGLAS SPENCER STILL DREAMING? SPACE AFTER SPECTACLE AND THE INDIFFERENCE OF ARCHITECTURE 2 November 2017, Erskine Room, 13:00-14:00

Oct, 27

Call for Papers: TRANSLOCAL#1 (Trans)Locality & Urban Cultures – Deadline 10th November 2017

Cosmopolitanism without provincialism is empty, provincialism without cosmopolitanism is blind. (Ulrich Beck, Cosmopolitan Vision) Translocality draws attention to multiplying forms of mobility without losing sight of the importance of localities in peoples’ lives. (Oakes and […]

Oct, 11

Call for Papers: “Spaces of Tolerance”, Architecture and Culture Journal – Deadline 15th January

Call for Papers for the next themed issue of Architecture and Culture journal. Spaces of Tolerance Vol. 7, Issue no. 1, March 2019 Igea Troiani and Suzanne Ewing, Editors.   Academic journal publishing worldwide has […]

Oct, 11

Architecture Research Forum 2017/2018_2

MONASS: Reporting from the Field With: Lindsay Bremner, Beth Cullen and Christina Geros Where: Erskine Room (M/523), Marylebone Campus When: Thursday 19 October, 13:00–14:00   Monsoon Assemblages is a five-year-long European Research Council funded research project investigating relations […]

Oct, 11
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