17 June 2021, 9pm Central European Time, or 5am Australian Eastern Standard Time, marks the official launch of the Cambridge Elements in Global Urban History, with a Zoom event featuring authors Alexia Yates and Richard Harris, discussants Sheetal Chhabria, and editors Tracy Neumann, Joseph Ben Prestel, and Michael Goebel.…
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Our urban history friends in the UK are hosting a number of exciting events over the coming few weeks.
A new Call for Sessions and a new Call for Papers for the EAUH2022 conference to be held in Antwerp (31 August – 3 September 2022) has opened on 1 May 2021 and will run until 30 October 2021. In this way both the already approved EAUH2021 sessions as new research and new researchers get the opportunity to present their findings or plans to their peers at the conference. …
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Monash University in Melbourne, Australia has two PhD scholarships available for domestic or international applicants in Urban Planning and Design. The PhDs will contribute to a research project funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) called Remaking Post-industrial Plans: Urban Industrial Zoning Past and Future.…
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Camden History Notes, a blog, has posted a review of the AUHPHG 2018 conference at RMIT in Melbourne:
‘Remaking Cities’, a conference with a heady mix of urban delights
31st January – 2nd February 2018
The 14th Urban History Planning History (UHPH) Conference
RMIT University, Swanston Academic Building, Melbourne
The 14th Urban History Planning History (UHPH) conference will be held in Melbourne in 2018, and the conference theme is inspired by Melbourne as an exemplar of cities that are continually re-made: as a centre of manufacturing, as a city built on land and infrastructure speculation, and as a place that has been re-made over the long-established land-based practices of the Kulin nation.…
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The proceedings of February’s UHPH conference are now available HERE
Eve made significant contributions to our understanding of the modern urban and planning histories of Darwin. She passed away in August 2014 following complications from emergency heart surgery.
She was born in Dublin, Ireland, and studied graphic design, working in London in the early 1960s then Spain to the early 1970s.…
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Pat Troy on the legacy of Tom Uren, who died last week.
In the summer months David Nichols and Elizabeth Taylor present a one-hour talk program on Melbourne public radio 3RRR, known as The Urbanists. Recent guests have included David Wadelton of the Northcote Hysterical Society, Dr. Ruth Lane of Monash University talking about hard rubbish and ‘geographies of waste’, Assoc.…
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