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CFP: International Planning History Society 2022 Conference

Call for Papers: 19th IPHS Conference 4-6 July 2022

CITY SPACE TRANSFORMATION: RESILIENT URBAN ENVIRONMENTS

The 19th biennial International Planning History Society (IPHS) conference will take place 4–6 July 2022. It will be convened by Professor Alexey Krasheninnikov and hosted by the Moscow Architectural Institute, Russia.…

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“CFP: International Planning History Society 2022 Conference”

CFP: Joint SAHANZ and UHPHG 2022 Conference

Ngā Pūtahitanga / Crossings:

A Joint Conference of SAHANZ and the Australasian UHPH Group

The 39th annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand

The 16th conference of the Australasian Urban History / Planning History Group

School of Architecture and Planning, University of Auckland, 24-27 November 2022

Call for Papers: Abstracts due by 28 February 2022

Abstracts are invited for Ngā Pūtahitanga / Crossings: A Joint Conference of SAHANZ and the Australasian UHPH Group. …

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“CFP: Joint SAHANZ and UHPHG 2022 Conference”

What lies beneath: tunnels for trafficking, or just a subterranean service? Time to rescue these spaces from the conspiracists

Victoria Kolankiewicz, University of Melbourne

Feature Image: A tidal drain at South Yarra, Melbourne, in 2008. The installation of litter-trapping equipment now prevents access. Photo: Victoria Kolankiewicz, Author provided

Digital communications have spread conspiracy theories more widely than ever before, particularly in this uncertain and tumultuous year.…

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“What lies beneath: tunnels for trafficking, or just a subterranean service? Time to rescue these spaces from the conspiracists”

A brief history of Australian residential tenancies law reform: from the nineteenth century to COVID-19

By Chris Martin.

Originally published in Parity, the journal of the Council to Homeless Persons.

Australia is currently going through a period of unusual activity in residential tenancies law reform. New South Wales, Victoria and the ACT have recently concluded reviews and amended their legislation, and Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory are currently in the midst of reviews.…

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“A brief history of Australian residential tenancies law reform: from the nineteenth century to COVID-19”

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