Category Archives: lecture

Architecture, Festival and the City: the P&B team at AHRA, Birmingham

Several members of the Printed and the Built team last week attended the 14th Architectural Humanities Research Association Conference at the School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City University. Mari Hvattum gave the keynote ‘On Festival  and Failure’, while Iver Tangen

Architecture, Festival and the City: the P&B team at AHRA, Birmingham

Several members of the Printed and the Built team last week attended the 14th Architectural Humanities Research Association Conference at the School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City University. Mari Hvattum gave the keynote ‘On Festival  and Failure’, while Iver Tangen

Norwegian publication history seminar

Printed & Built PhD Iver Tangen Stensrud spoke on Norwegian illustrated magazines at the seminar “Norwegian print culture 1800-1850”, organized by the National Library of Norway, 1 June 2017. With a keynote by the well-known book historian James Raven and

Norwegian publication history seminar

Printed & Built PhD Iver Tangen Stensrud spoke on Norwegian illustrated magazines at the seminar “Norwegian print culture 1800-1850”, organized by the National Library of Norway, 1 June 2017. With a keynote by the well-known book historian James Raven and

Andrew Pettegree in Oslo

Andrew Pettegree, reknowned book historian and professor of history at the University of St. Andrews, spoke on “Architecture in the Early Print World” at the P&B project’s first reading seminar of 2017. Using The Universal Short Title Catalogue (USTC) developed by

Andrew Pettegree in Oslo

Andrew Pettegree, reknowned book historian and professor of history at the University of St. Andrews, spoke on “Architecture in the Early Print World” at the P&B project’s first reading seminar of 2017. Using The Universal Short Title Catalogue (USTC) developed by

Nineteenth-Century Media Aesthetics

The P&B project was delighted to welcome Marit Grøtta to its November reading seminar, presenting her recent book Baudelaire’s Media Aesthetics. The Gaze of the Flâneur and 19th-Century Media. The book situates Charles Baudelaire in the midst of 19th-century media

Nineteenth-Century Media Aesthetics

The P&B project was delighted to welcome Marit Grøtta to its November reading seminar, presenting her recent book Baudelaire’s Media Aesthetics. The Gaze of the Flâneur and 19th-Century Media. The book situates Charles Baudelaire in the midst of 19th-century media

Geographies of Print: P&B at Humboldt

Printed & Built PhD Iver Tangen Stensrud presented his paper Paul Botten-Hansen, Illustreret Nyhedsblad and the Geography of Print in Christiania at the workshop Frie ord i Norden? at the Nordeuropa-Institut, Humboldt-Universität in Berlin 1-3 December, 2016. The workshop was

Geographies of Print: P&B at Humboldt

Printed & Built PhD Iver Tangen Stensrud presented his paper Paul Botten-Hansen, Illustreret Nyhedsblad and the Geography of Print in Christiania at the workshop Frie ord i Norden? at the Nordeuropa-Institut, Humboldt-Universität in Berlin 1-3 December, 2016. The workshop was

The Anatomy of the Architectural Book

  Andre Tavares’ The Anatomy of the Architectural Book (CCA/Lars Müller 2016) is a remarkable book. Piecing together architectural thinking and editorial practice, Tavares studies books as vehicles not only for thinking, but for making and building. With examples ranging from Giedion

The Anatomy of the Architectural Book

  Andre Tavares’ The Anatomy of the Architectural Book (CCA/Lars Müller 2016) is a remarkable book. Piecing together architectural thinking and editorial practice, Tavares studies books as vehicles not only for thinking, but for making and building. With examples ranging from Giedion

Parliament Seminar

The Norwegian Parliament arranges a series of seminars in conjunction with  the 150th anniversary of the Parliament building. The first took place on 15 March, with lectures by Mari Hvattum and Peter Butenschøn who presented their respective books on the

Parliament Seminar

The Norwegian Parliament arranges a series of seminars in conjunction with  the 150th anniversary of the Parliament building. The first took place on 15 March, with lectures by Mari Hvattum and Peter Butenschøn who presented their respective books on the