Venue: Vila Flor Cultural Centre, Guimarães, Portugal
Dates: 17-20 June 2010
The preliminary program for the EAHN First International Meeting has now been published. The four-day conference features twenty sessions and five roundtables, with over 150 speakers and session chairs coming from five continents and seventeen European countries. Session subjects range from ancient, medieval and early modern architecture through nineteenth- and twentieth-century topics.
Keynote speakers: Paulo Varela Gomes (Coimbra), Denise Scott Brown (invited), Gülsüm Baydar (Izmir), and Antoine Picon (Harvard).
The conference also offers several optional short local architectural tours and two day-long regional tours.
For the complete program and other information, or to register for the conference, visit the conference website at: http://www.eahn2010.org and click on “Programme” or “Registration.” The regular registration period ends on 30 April 2010; those registering on 1 May or after will be subject to the late registration fees.
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