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CFP: Architecture, Education and Society
ARCHITECTURE, EDUCATION AND SOCIETY
CREATIVE CHRONOTOPES, CULTURAL LANDSCAPES AND DIALOGICAL
IMAGINATION (HOMAGE TO MIKHAIL BAKHTIN)
Forum Research on Architecture.
Barcelona May 29‐30‐31, 2013.
International Association Architectural Research (IAAR).
Director: Josep Muntañola Thornberg. Dr. Architect.
International Journal: Mind, Land& Society (ISSN: 1579‐4431)
Coordinator: Professor Magda Saura Carulla.
Catedra Blanca ‐ Polytechnic University of Catalonia.
Coordinator : Professor Carles Ferrater Llambarri
UNICEF Spain ‐ Child Friendly Cities.
Coordinator: Gregorio Aranda Bricio
Network Architectural Education for Children.
COAC. Association of Catalan Architects
Participation: submit an abstract in English or Spanish of two pages before January 31, 2013 to: email@example.com
If you are interested in the conference, please fill in the application form.
Abstracts related to PHD Dissertations, PHD Students, Master Dissertations,
Postgraduate Students, Research Groups, Professors and Architects (or other
professionals) interested on research in architectural design and planning, are
This conference will focus its attention into nine research subjects applied to the
relationships between architecture, education and society. These nine topics will be
distributed into three research settings: A. The education settings, B. The professional
settings and C. The social interactive settings. Each of these nine topics will be
developed in a special issue of the International Journal Arquitectonics in the next
future (1). Deep changes in the physical, social and cultural general conditions of
humanity, challenge architects, and all disciplines related to architecture in one way or
another, to do interdisciplinary research and, simultaneously, to work for the
refoundation of the own disciplines, a double and difficult exercise that is, anyway,