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06/15/2021 : IASTE 2021 UPDATE 
On behalf of the organizing committee, we are writing to update you on the preparation for our upcoming IASTE conference, VIRTUAL TRADITIONS, to be held in Nottingham, the UK, from August 31 – September 3, 2021.  

As the global situation has continued to improve regarding the pandemic and many countries have started to remove travel restrictions, we expect to go ahead with the conference. We are fully aware that the situation in several countries worldwide is still designed as UK red or amber zones, and we hope that this situation will change soon.

You can review the conference program at iaste.org, and we are hopeful that the pandemic situation will continue to improve towards safe travels by August 31, 2021. We are also making contingency plans if the UK does not fully open by July 19, 2021, as currently announced by the UK government.  Read More 

07/14/2020 : The First IASTE Virtual Seminar
Saturday, September 5th, 2020
14:00-16:30 pm GMT

As an organization dedicated to increasing our understanding of place, tradition, and change, the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE) is pleased to host a live seminar with four seminal scholars and practitioners who will try to answer a series of questions in an attempt to further the discourse on the post-pandemic city.  They bring a deep knowledge of ancient history, digital media, contemporary design, and cultural heritage and their voices will help us develop a deeper understanding of what this pandemic means to the future of our cities.  Read More