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JSAH SPECIAL VIRTUAL ISSUE

In celebration of the World Architecture Festival, which is being held this year from November 28-30 in Amsterdam, JSAH is pleased to publish this special virtual issue on the architectural history of the Netherlands.

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2020 CALL FOR SESSIONS

SAH is accepting session proposals for its 2020 Annual International Conference in Seattle, Washington.

Deadline January 15, 2019

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EDUARD F. SEKLER TALK

Architectural historian Joan Ockman will deliver the inaugural Eduard F. Sekler Talk at the SAH 2019 Annual International Conference in Providence, RI.

Joan Ockman, "On the Future History of Modern Architecture"
Thursday, April 25

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SAH BLOG

The Unspeaking Factory; or How do Industrial Ruins Mean?
By Sarah Rovang, 2017 H. Allen Brooks Fellow

Mitsubishi Pattern Factory

The Mitsubishi Pattern Factory in Nagasaki is an imposing 1898 timber-framed brick building with a well-balanced, symmetrical facade. Built to store the wood patterns that were used for casting machine and naval parts, it is sited on land still owned by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, its fortress-like presence today dwarfed by the modern steel and glass administration buildings and immense cargo ships that surround it.
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