Not My Heritage is a one-day student-run symposium exploring the following questions:
- Whose heritage are we conserving?
- Whose heritage is being unrepresented or underrepresented in the heritage conservation discourse of the 21st century?
This theme aims to attract submissions that critically address missing identities and voices in the heritage field and/or highlight alternative stories and perspectives in heritage conservation. more…
The theme of the 23rd International Seminar on Urban Form (ISUF) is ‘Urban Morphology and the Resilient City’. The organizers and the Council of ISUF invite participation in the Conference by interested academics and professionals. Topics on which proposals are particularly welcome include: urban morphological theory, urban morphology and urban design/planning, urban morphology and sustainability, transformation and resilience in urban development, cities in the global era, urban form in Asia, and comparative urban morphology.
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