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Opportunity Type: Lectures / Symposia
Title: Hidden Traces of Shared History: Rethinking Asia Pacific through 19th and early 20th Century Photographs
City: Melbourne
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Country: Australia
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Start Date: August 29, 2016
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Opportunity Type: Calls for Papers / Sessions
Title: Call for Mini-Papers on Contemporary and Historical Flood Resilient Construction Techniques and Materials
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Country: United States
Summary: In April of 2016, the Newport Restoration Foundation (NRF) (Newport, Rhode Island, USA) organized the Keeping History Above Water Conference (KHAW), which attracted 350 attendees from historic communities whose built history and cultural landscapes are threatened by rising waters. This was not a conference about climate change, but about what preservationists/conservationists, engineers, city planners, legislators, insurers, historic home owners and other decision makers need to know about climate change (sea level rise in particular) and what can be done to protect historic buildings, landscapes and neighborhoods from the increasing threat of inundation. NRF is now in the process of creating an edited book on the threats of rising sea level/riverine flooding to historic buildings, places, and landscapes and how changes to and potential erasure of these resources can be mitigated. This foundational text will be based on selected papers from the presenters at the KHAW conference, invited papers, and open submissions. The book will be published by a reputable, scholarly press with a practitioner and academic audience in mind.
Start Date: August 31, 2016
End Date/Deadline: August 31, 2016
Opportunity Type: Fellowships
Title: One-semester fellowships offered by the Mellon Initiative in Urban Landscape Studies at Dumbarton Oaks, DEADLINE FEBRUARY 1, 2016
City: Washington
State: District of Columbia
Country: United States
Summary: Fellowships available for scholars and practitioners.
Start Date: September 01, 2016
End Date/Deadline: June 01, 2017
Opportunity Type: Fellowships
Title: Scott Opler Fellowship in Architectural History
City: Oxford
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Country: United Kingdom
Summary: The person appointed will conduct high level academic research in Architectural History and prepare the results of that work of publication. Conference and seminar attendance may well form part of the programme of research. Topics may include any area or aspect of European architectural history during the Renaissance or Baroque era including urbanism, landscape and garden history, drawing and design method, theory and publication, architectural representation, as well as studies of architecture and related disciplines. Research Fellows do not have a direct reporting line, but the Provost oversees the work and the well-being of all members of College, and is always willing to provide advice on research progress. Members of the Scott Opler Committee can sometimes offer specialist advice and the College Librarian can advise on the extensive holdings in Architectural History of the Old Library. The Fellow is normally expected to work in Oxford, and to make use of the library resources of the University and the College, but visit to collections elsewhere may be necessary and are encouraged. The Opler Research Fellow will receive a stipend of £26,537 per annum (revised annually) and will have access to certain travel, research and publication funds. The Fellow is also entitled to accommodation to a value from £11,280 per annum and, when the kitchens are open, to free meals in the College as a member of the Senior Common Room.
Start Date: September 01, 2016
End Date/Deadline: August 31, 2018
    
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