Posts Tagged: Italy

SAH 2015 in Chicago: A Short Review of all Things Printed & Built

The 68th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians in Chicago this April featured a truly breath-taking array of papers on all sorts of topics concerned, in some way or another, with architectural history. Within the 36 paper sessions,

SAH 2015 in Chicago: A Short Review of all Things Printed & Built

The 68th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians in Chicago this April featured a truly breath-taking array of papers on all sorts of topics concerned, in some way or another, with architectural history. Within the 36 paper sessions,

Effimero: or the Postmodern Italian Condition

Even if The Printed and the Built mainly focuses on the relation between the built environment and print culture in 19th and early 20th-century Europe, some anachronistic incursions into the recent past might also occur. Lea-Catherine Szacka’s postdoctoral research project,

Effimero: or the Postmodern Italian Condition

Even if The Printed and the Built mainly focuses on the relation between the built environment and print culture in 19th and early 20th-century Europe, some anachronistic incursions into the recent past might also occur. Lea-Catherine Szacka’s postdoctoral research project,