SAH 2021 Virtual Conference

The SAH 2021 Virtual Conference brings scholars, practitioners, professionals, and students in architectural history and related fields together online to share new research on the

Minority Scholars’ Workshop: Publication 2.0

Minority Scholars’ Workshop: Publication 2.0 Thursday, May 27, 2021 3:00–4:30 PM CDT Organizers: Lynne Horiuchi, Independent Scholar, and Itohan Osayimwese, Brown University [Link to SAH



SAH IDEAS Sessions Society of Architectural Historians 2023 Annual International Conference Montréal, Québec, Canada, April 12–16Virtual, September 20–22 Conference Chair: Carla Yanni, SAH First Vice President, Rutgers UniversityConference Associate Chair: Mohammad Gharipour, SAH Second Vice President, University of MarylandLocal Co-Chairs: Christina Contandriopoulos, Université du Québec à Montréal, and Olivier Vallerand, Université de Montréal The Society of Architectural Historians seeks proposals for two paper sessions (one in Montréal and one virtual) that further the goals of the SAH IDEAS Initiative (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accountability, and Sustainability).  SAH invites everyone interested in the history of the built environment to submit a proposal to chair an SAH IDEAS Session at the 2023


The workshop is on Wednesday, June 22 and Thursday, June 23, 2:00–7:30 pm Central Daylight Time (CDT) This SAH GAHTC workshop will focus on the ways in which educators question identities in various global contexts. Building upon past GAHTC workshops and conferences that have interrogated “race” and “racial identity” in mostly North American contexts, the event seeks a broader understanding of the multiple interpretations of identity globally, inclusive of non-Western contexts and histories, such as “ethnicity”, “culture”, “identity”, “hybridity,” and “indigeneity”. The workshop aims to foster more complex understandings of how these constructions and representations intersect with other identity categories such as class, gender, sexual

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Two Openings at the Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture (OPEN RANK/ASSISTANT PROFESSOR)

The Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture at McGill University invites applications for two, full-time, open-rank/assistant professor tenure-track positions. These positions are supported by McGill University’s Action Plan to Address Anti-Black Racism. Inspired by global social and political mobilization against systemic racism, the Plan commits to increasing the University’s complement of Black tenure-track and tenured professors. Link: Successful candidates for the positions will display a demonstrated record of excellence in research and teaching. Architectural education at McGill University has a long and distinguished record of social engagement through practice, research, and advocacy. The successful candidate would benefit from and enrich this dynamic landscape. Potential research

CALL FOR PAPERS: SAH 2023 Annual International Conference

Society of Architectural Historians 2023 Annual International ConferenceApril 12–16 in Montréal, CanadaSeptember 20–22 Virtual SAH 2023 Montreal & Virtual Call for Papers Conference Chair: Carla Yanni, SAH 1st Vice President elect, Rutgers UniversityConference Associate Chair: Mohammad Gharipour, SAH 2nd Vice President elect, Morgan State University The Society of Architectural Historians is now accepting abstracts for its 76th Annual International Conference in Montréal, Canada, April 12–16, 2023 and virtually September 20–22, 2023. Please submit an abstract no later than 11:59 p.m. CDT on June 7, 2022, to one of the 31 thematic sessions, the Graduate Student Lightning Talks or the four Open Sessions for the Montréal conference and 10 thematic sessions or the


The mission of the group is to keep the Society of Architectural Historians engaged with issues affecting minority scholars in the profession, support the professional development of minority scholars, and provide a forum for minority scholars and allies to network.


Modern Architecture in Latin America
Art, Technology, and Utopia

By Luis E. Carranza and Fernando Luiz Lara; foreword by Jorge Francisco Liernur

Designed as a survey and focused on key examples and movements arranged chronologically from 1903 to 2003, this is the first comprehensive history of modern architecture in Latin America in any language.


The goal of the book features section is to support new publications by emerging scholars from underrepresented backgrounds as well as important books and publications by established scholars. We are, of course, especially committed to promoting the work of AG members like yourself. Submissions include:

1. Cover image of book / illustration from publication (300 dpi)

2. Description (50 words or less)

3. Link to book publisher's website

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