SAH receives $10,000
Challenge Grant for
restoration after flooding
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Honoring early initiators
of preservation in Chicago

Benefiting the restoration of
the Charnley-Persky House

Tickets $175
On sale September 8

$50K fellowship for study 
by travel for one year
Deadline October 1, 2014

Read about Brooks Fellow 
Amber Wiley's visit to Antigua 


  • Stanford Humanities Center 2015-16 External Faculty Fellowships

    Dates: 01 Oct, 2014
    External fellowships are intended primarily for individuals currently teaching in or affiliated with an academic institution, but independent scholars may apply. Faculty fellowships are awarded across the spectrum of academic ranks (assistant, associate, and full professor) and a goal of the selection process is to create a diverse community of scholars. Applicants who are members of traditionally under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. There are no citizenship requirements for these fellowships; non-U.S. nationals are welcome to apply. Awards are made from an applicant pool of approximately 300.
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  • Philadelphia Chapter to Celebrate 50th Anniversary, Establishes George B. Tatum Fellowship

    Philadelphia | Dates: 02 Oct, 2014
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    Dates: 01 – 15 Sep, 2014
    From XIX century onwards the effervescence produced by technological development made itself clear in Western culture. The creation of new theories, devises, systems and artifacts, all of them illuminated by the light of Science, redefined collective imaginary, with a new perspective of society’s environment and reality. In this context, light –always present in Human Kind’s history–was theorized, manipulated and rethought as one of the main subjects of the formal discourse of western culture. Representations and social forms, along with its architecture and cities, were never the same again. Under the light of such ideas as progress, welfare, hygiene, security –sometimes used correctly, sometimes manipulated for the worse, but always present throughout modernity– architecture, city planning and design have played a decisive part in this development. This and other issues will be discussed in Bitácora’s next edition. INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS Research articles to be submitted to Bitácora must follow the following style guide: TEXT The length of research full-texts must not be over 26,000 characters, spaces included. Text must come along with: 1.Personal information. Consists on the author’s first name and last name. Affiliation. Email address. 2.Title. First language and in English. 3.Abstract. Maximum length of 500 characters with spaces. In first language and in English. 4.Key Words. 10 at most with their English translation. 5.Critical Apparatus. It will be listed according to the criteria established by The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition. FIGURES Images that come along with the texts must have the following characteristics: • 300 dpi resolution • Format .tiff preferable. In the absence high quality .jpg • Minimum size 20cm. In its short dimension Images must be with their correspondent caption, they will appear in an attached file following the next criteria: numbers of image (in the same order they appear in the text), work´s author, description or title of the work, file of origin, photographic credits (in its case) copyright. CITATIONS Citations shall be made as footnotes to the text, according to the requirements specified in The Chicago Manual of Style: a. Journal article citation. Teodoro González de León, “Tres Experiencias con José Villagrán”, Bitácora arquitectura 7 (2002): 30-35. b. Book citation. Thomas S. Hines, Richard Neutra and the Search for Modern Architecture (Berkeley, Los Angeles y Londres: University of California Press, 1982), 189. c. Book chapter citation. José Luis Benlliure, “Sobre la Arquitectura y su Enseñanza en México en la Década de los Cuarentas”, La Práctica de la Arquitectura y su Enseñanza en México, Alejandrina Escudero ed. (México: Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1983) 9-46. Further references can be found in The Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide:
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