EKA to host a giant congress of architectural history in June 2018

The fifth pan-European meeting of the European Architectural History Network (EAHN) will be held in Tallinn from June 13–16, 2018.

The conference will feature five thematic parallel sessions on all three days, ranging from panels on reinterpreting the rediscovery of antiquity in Renaissance to critical retakes on the UN Development programmes and a round table that asks a question about the usefulness of the term “Eastern Europe”. There will be three keynote presentations by leading architectural historians – Christine Stevenson from the Courtauld Institute, Krista Kodres from the Estonian Academy of Arts and Reinhold Martin from Columbia University.

Backed by the International Scientific Committee and the Local Organizing Committee, the conference in hosted by the EKA Institute of Art History and Visual Culture: General Chair Andres Kurg, coordinator Karin Vicente, tour coordinator Epp Lankots.

See the conference webpage for the program and details.

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Posted by Kristina Jõekalda