Free Roundtables & Workshops
Registration is now open for SAH 2020 Virtual Conference roundtables, meetings and workshops! These virtual meetings will be held from 9 am to 10:30 am PDT, May 19–28, 2020. All programs are free and open to the public, but registration is required.
In order to view the recorded presentations, you must be registered and logged in. Recordings will be available until Sunday, May 31, at 11:59 pm CDT. If you need help accessing the videos, please call 312-573-1365 or email email@example.com
Mark your calendars for the Society of Architectural Historians' first-ever virtual conference on Thursday, April 30, and Friday, May 1, 2020! The SAH 2020 Virtual Conference will bring together professionals from around the world who focus on the history of the built environment and its role in shaping contemporary life.
Registration is now closed. We are not taking any more registrations. Thank you.
The SAH Virtual Conference will include themed paper sessions, open sessions, and Graduate Student Lightning Talks, with the goal of presenting every session and as many papers as possible virtually through Zoom on April 30 and May 1, according to the original schedule, in Pacific Daytime Time (PDT).
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In addition to the paper sessions, the SAH 2020 Virtual Conference will include programs that were originally scheduled for the cancelled SAH 73rd Annual International Conference in Seattle. Keynotes, including the Eduard F. Sekler Talk with Mabel O. Wilson, the State of SAH Address, and the Introductory Address, will be available beginning April 29. Roundtables and SAH Affiliate Group discussions will take place virtually throughout May. More information will be announced soon.
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SAH thanks the members of the Seattle Committee for the tremendous work they've put into organizing our 73rd Annual International Conference. We are striving to make as much content from the Seattle conference available virtually as possible.
- Victoria M. Young, Conference Chair, SAH First Vice President, University of St. Thomas
- Ann C. Huppert, Local Co-Chair, University of Washington
- Thaisa Way, Local Co-Chair, University of Washington and Dumbarton Oaks
- Judy Bowes, Graduate Student Conference Coordinator, University of Washington
- Betsy Anderson, Tour Organizer