A Conference in Rome

September 14, 2009 at 2:44 pm Leave a comment

Diane Archibald sends along this announcement of a conference in Rome at the British School that brings together a rather fascinating mix of architecture, planning and archeology. 


Cultural Preservation Through Architecture, Urban Planning, and Archaeology

October 22 -23, 2009  /  British School at Rome, Italy 

This conference will focus on the preservation of culture(s) and cultural heritage through architecture, archaeology, and urban planning. The main objective is to provide an  interdisciplinary and intercultural forum for a dialogue and exchange on current research and practices in this field.

Of interest are presentations on cultural preservation, cultural patrimony through architecture and urban planning inclusive of restoration projects, building traditions, building technologies and materials, archaeological sites of architectural significance, cultural representation through architecture and architectonic structures, case studies, and contemporary issues surrounding cultural patrimony in our cities. 

Final call for papers is September 28th, 2009.  Papers will be accepted in both English and Italian.

For further information go to www.bsr.ac.uk, www.architectureeducationrome.com, or contact conference curator: Dr. Diane Archibald Ph.D. – archdarch@gmail.com.


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