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Archives, Collections and Curatorship:
Virtual Special Issue for the Journal of Design History
June, 2019, Zoë Hendon
https://academic.oup.com/jdh/pages/archives_vsi, last accessed on 9.24.2021
” Design historians frequently find their interest in a particular subject prompted by archival materials, or begin their research with…[Read more]
Meral Ekincioglu, Ph.D. started the topic (Interior) Renovation of the Historic Netsch Home (Docomomo 2021); in the discussion Teaching Resources on SAH Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
(Interior) Renovation of the Historic Netsch Home (Docomomo 2021); Transforming the Netsch Home by Brian Lee; https://www.docomomo-us.org/events/national-symposium/schedule; last accessed on 9.9.2021.
( “…Netsch’s application of field theory creates expansive sight lines between rooms; indeed, the only spaces in the entire house with doors ar…[Read more]
Below is an announcement regarding the new interface for Archnet.org, which will be deployed very soon. I wanted to bring it to the attention of this group because the site is intended to be a pedagogical resource on the built environment. While our focus is on societies in which Muslims have been a significant cultural…[Read more]
Pauline Saliga started the topic Sign Letter of Support from Scholars at Risk regarding Afghanistan in the discussion Teaching Resources on SAH Commons 2 months ago
Last week SAH signed an urgent appeal for Afghanistan’s scholars, students, practitioners, civil society leaders and activists.
The Society of Architectural Historians has signed a letter that Scholars at Risk (SAR), in partnership with 40 higher education institutions, associations and networks, and over 1,000 professionals and students…[Read more]
Meral Ekincioglu, Ph.D. started the topic Footnotes on Climate by the Avery Review and Columbia Books on Architecture in the discussion Teaching Resources on SAH Commons 2 months ago
“…This reading list is offered not as a survey of the field or even a syllabus of sorts, but as a collection of documents (historical and contemporary, scholarly and speculative, governmental and act…[Read more]
Anna Sokolina started the topic Call for Authors: SAH WiA AG & SAH Archipedia Collaborative Publication Project in the discussion Teaching Resources on SAH Commons 2 months ago
In anticipation of the annual program, March 2022: SAH WIA AG Celebrates Women’s History Month, SAH Archipedia editors and the SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group are collaborating on a publication project to highlight the w…[Read more]
Anna Sokolina started the topic Virtual Book Launch at AA Bookshop: Routledge Companion to Women in Architecture in the discussion Teaching Resources on SAH Commons 3 months, 3 weeks ago
The Routledge Companion to Women in Architecture: Free Virtual Book Launch at AA Bookshop London UK, July 7, 2021, 2:30 PM ET / 6:30 PM GMT. Join us! Chair: Nerma Cridge, Speakers: Yuri Avvakumov, Ed Frith, Samantha Hardingham, Anna Sokolina, others TBD.
The Routledge Companion to Women in Architecture illuminates the names of pioneering women…[Read more]
Helena Dean started the topic Dark Matter University: Lessons in Anti-Racist Design Pedagogy in the discussion Teaching Resources on SAH Commons 4 months, 3 weeks ago
The ACSA webinar, “Lessons in Anti-Racist Design Pedagogy,” a collaboration with Dark Matter University, took place on May 20, 2021.
The recording and program description are available at: https://www.acsa-arch.org/webinars/dark-matter-university-lessons-in-anti-racist-design-pedagogy/
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Helena Dean started the topic Race & – Podcast by the SAH Race and Architecture Affiliate Group in the discussion Teaching Resources on SAH Commons 5 months ago
“Race &” is a podcast sponsored by the Society of Architectural Historians that explores the influence of race and race thinking on the built environment. Follow co-hosts Charles Davis (SUNY Buffalo) and Maura Lucking (UCLA) as they conduct interviews, roundtable discussions, and conversations with the foremost academics of the arts and sciences…[Read more]
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Helena Dean started the topic Building Solidarities: Racial Justice in the Built Environment in the discussion Teaching Resources on SAH Commons 5 months ago
The following is republished from https://architecture.barnard.edu/building-solidarities-0.
About Building Solidarities
Building Solidarities is a form of mutual pedagogy between the Barnard / Columbia campus and the public, through student-led dialogues on urgent questions about constructed environments, urban life, and…[Read more]
The ambition of the Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative (GAHTC) is to address the needs of educators in diverse disciplinary contexts by providing practical lecture materials for teaching global architectural history at the survey and introductory level. This effort does not preclude more advanced level education, b…[Read more]