Contemporary Architecture & Urbanism in the Mediterranean & the Middle East
CAUMME II – 2014
International Symposium on
Architectural and Urban Research, Education, and Practice in the Era of ‘Post-Professionalism’
23-25 October 2014, Girne – Cyprus
Tel: +90 392 650 2000 –1370
Fax: +90 392 650 2061
CAUMME, Contemporary Architecture & Urbanism in the Mediterranean & the Middle East, will hold its second symposium in October 2014. CAUMME II, Architectural and Urban Research, Education, and Practice in an Era of ‘Post-Professionalism,’ is an international symposium organized by Girne American University – Cyprus, Yıldız Technical University – Turkey, and Qatar University – Qatar. CAUMME II comes after the success of CAUMME I – 2012 on “Global Impacts and Local Challenges” which was organized in Yıldız Technical University by Co-Chairs Prof. Dr. Murat Soygeniş of Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul, and Prof. Dr. Ashraf M. Salama of Qatar University, Doha.
CALL FOR PANEL PROPOSALS
Panels can be open to public submissions or can be organized with invited panellists.
Panel convenor(s) should send their proposals in English, not exceeding 1000 words. Panel proposals should emphasize the importance of the topic. Proposals should also include the possible potential for the publication of the panel presentations.
For the panels with invited panellists in addition to 1000 word proposal the 300 words abstract of the other panel presentations should be sent by the deadline for the panel submissions.
The number of presentations in each panel is limited with seven presentations.
The deadline for panel proposals is the 1st of November 2013.
Panels must address Architecture and Urban Research, Education and Practice in the Era of 'Post-Professionalism', the main theme of the symposium.
Panels can be proposed in any of the Middle-Eastern and Mediterranean Languages.
Panel proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS:
Abstracts should be easy to understand and not require reference to the body of the paper. The abstracts should give a clear indication of the objectives, scope, results and conclusion of study. Important results should be presented in the abstract. The abstract should not exceed 300 words. Abstratcs must address one of the subthemes of the symposium:
1. Architectural and Urban Practices in the ‘post-Professional’ era
2. ‘Post-Professional’ Education in Architecture and Urban Studies
3. Interdisciplinary and Trans-disciplinary Research in Architecture and Urban Studies
The deadline for abstract submissions is the 15th of January 2014.
Abstracts should be sent to email@example.com
Girne American University, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Fine Arts, Girne, North Cyprus
Via Mersin 10 TURKEY
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