IASTE 2022 PROGRAM

IASTE 2022 TENTATIVE PROGRAM

DISCLAIMER
This program is tentative, and participants will be added to the program as they register. This program includes participants who register on or before June 15th, 2022. 

DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2022 


8:30 – 9:00 AM            REGISTRATION

9:00 – 10:00 AM          OPENING SESSION

10:00 – 11:40 AM        PLENARY KEYNOTE SESSION 1

11:40 AM – 1:00 PM   LUNCH BREAK


1:00 – 3:00 PM            PAPER SESSIONS


A1. URBAN RUPTURES

Space Oddity: Berlin’s Changing Nightscape and Cold War Ruptures of Lighting Traditions
Dietrich Neumann 
Brown University, Providence, U.S.A.

Urban Ruptures as Cultural Catalysts for Socio-Ecological Innovation in the Metaverse
Diane Wildsmith 
Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

Between Rupture and Continuity: Disrupting the Narrative at Guadeloupe’s Slavery Memorial
Anne-Marie Broudehoux 
University of Quebec at Montreal, Montreal, Canada

Discovering Tradition in Disruption: The Idea of Module in the Post-WWII Japanese Architecture
Izumi Kuroishi 
Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan

Time Rupture in Urban Heritage and Reflection on City Weaving: Based on the Case of Shanghai
Kaixuan Wang 
University College London, London, U.K.


B1. RURAL AND VILLAGE TRADITIONS

A War on Villages: Legacies of Portugal’s Wartime Villagization in Guinea-Bissau
Rui Lebre, Tiago Castela 
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal

Resilient Courtyards and Gardens – Revisiting the Jiangnan Dwellings from an Eco-aesthetic Perspective
Yiping Dong1, Tordis Berstrand2 1Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China 2Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

Heritage in (Trans)formation: The vernacular in the Villages of the Romanesque Route (Portugal)
Carolina Sousa 
University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

Opposed to Hypocritical Conservation – Case Study to a 600-year-old Walled Village Redevelopment in Hong Kong
Yanya Tan1, Gehan Selim1, James Dyson2 1University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K. 2Manchester School of Architecture, Manchester, U.K.

A Critical Analysis of the Yin Yu Tang Project and the Preservation of Huizhou-style Vernacular Dwellings in China
Luxi Yang 
Columbia University, New York City, U.S.A.


C1. HOUSING AND TRADITION

Social Housing as A Museum: Modern Domesticities in French Appartements-Témoins
Flavia Nascimento 
University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

Persistent Erasure: A Multi-Layered Exploration of Architectural Demolition in Kuwait
Mohammad Aljassar, Reem Alissa 
Kuwait University, Kuwait, Kuwait

Pandemic, Politics and Participatory Design Methods: Exploring the Moments of Rupture That Shape the Design and Delivery of Indigenous Housing in Boggabilla, New South Wales, Australia
Ella Holmgren 
University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Same Socialist Housing Scheme, Different Perception: Relocation Housing Communities’ Origin and Identity Development in Suzhou Industrial Park
Amir Djalali, Jiawen Han 
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China

Building Resilience: Workers’ Villages in Late Colonial Angola
Beatriz Serrazina 
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal


3:00 – 3:20 PM            COFFEE BREAK


3:20 – 5:20 PM           PAPER SESSIONS


A2. RUPTURES OF TRADITION

Changing Landscapes of the Indo-Pak Partition – Ruptures of Identity, Place and Home
Manu Sobti
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Persisting Traditions at A Museum Born of Rupture
Anne Marshall 
University of Idaho, Moscow, U.S.A.

Rupture: The Transformation of Chinese Architecture Environment Ideology from “Harmony Between Man and Nature” to “Human Orientation”
Ying Shu 
Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Congqing, China

Ruptured Hong Kong Wetland Park: Ecological Mitigation and Traditional Wetland Construction
Ting Wang 
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Aesthetic Politics, Blending or Confusing the Rupture and Continuity of the Tradition of Domestic Architecture of Barpak, Nepal?
Abhishek Bhutoria 
The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, U.K.


B2. CITY, MODERNITY, AND TRADITION

Traditions as Contentions? Taipei’s Shezidao in the Face of Change
Jeffrey Hou 
University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.

Tilted Upwards: The Vital Materiality of San Francisco’s Steep Streets
Tanu Sankalia 
University of San Francisco, San Francisco, U.S.A.

Shanghai as a Global City in Cinema
Vandana Baweja 
University of Florida, Gainesville, U.S.A.

Tel Aviv “Postmodernism”: The City’s 1980s-1990s Façades Reflect a Disruption of Neoliberal Privatization
Dana Silverstein Duani 
Technion, Haifa, Israel

Un-archiving the City
Howayda Al-Harithy 
AUB, Beirut, Lebanon


C2. TRADITION AND ECONOMIC REGENERATION

New Lives for Old Traditions
Heba Safey Eldeen 
Misr International University, Cairo, Egypt

Constructing Civicness: The Architectural Type of the ‘Municipal Services Buildings’ from British Hong Kong to the SAR
Ying Zhou 
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The Continuation of Disruption Via the Yellow Economic Circle: An Infrastructure of Political Activism Through Eateries in Hong Kong
Noella Tsz Wai Kwok 
Independent researcher, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Regeneration of Historic Neighbourhoods Through Market Routes – The Case of Ahmedabad
Vasudha Saraogi 
Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad, India


5:30 – 7:00 PM            OPENING RECEPTION / DINNER


DAY TWO: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2022 

9:00 – 11:00 AM          PAPER SESSIONS


A3. NATIONS AND RUPTURES

Historicizing Rapture: The Dissolve of the Architectural Role in Zionist National Housing
Yael Allweil 
Technion IIT, Haifa, Israel

Narrating Disappearance: The Politics and Poetics of the Past in the Midst of Crisis
Cecilia Chu 
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Unsettling Territories: The Role of Space in Black Identity Formation
Joseph Godlewski 
Syracuse University, Syracuse, U.S.A.

Ruptures and Disruptions as Innovative Turns: Interpreting Changes and Anticipating Possibilities in Built Environment in and Around the Walled Settlement of Lomanthang, Nepal
Neel Kamal Chapagain 
Centre for Heritage Management, Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad, India

Representation of A National Identity: The Case of the Kuwait National Museum
Deena Al Jassar 
Kuwait University, Kuwait, Kuwait


B3. CITIES IN CRISIS

Seoul’s 10-minute City Project: The Formal and DIY Configurations
Jieheerah Yun 
Hongik University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

An Emerging Urban Network Under the Covid-19 Pandemic: Hongkong Immigrants in A Historic City in Taiwan
Ping-Sheng Wu, An-Yu Cheng 
National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

Architecture, Philosophy and the Morality of building and Destruction of Cities.
Mohamed Abdelmonem, Andrew Knight 
Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, U.K.

Climate Change and the Untold Story of Ecoanxiety
Manar Zaki 
American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt

Swimming Studies: Dive-in at the Monson Motor Lodge (1964)
Arièle Dionne-Krosnick 
McGill University, Montreal, Canada


C3. HERITAGE DISCOURSES

Transnational Dialogues on New Heritage Approaches
Monica Schlee1,2, Vera Tangari1, Rubens Andrade1, Rafael Ribeiro1, Flavia Nascimento3
1Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2Instituto dos Arquitetos do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  3Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

Rural Landscapes Changes Under Collective Actions: A Case Study of Longxian, China
Shan Zhou 
Tongji University, Shanghai, China

Problematizing the Elements of “The Past” And the Related Heritage Values from the Unesco World Heritage Framework: The Case of Chiang Mai, Thailand
Komson Teeraparbwong 
Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Revival of Tradition in Contemporary Architecture- A Case Study in Iran
Omid Ebrahimbaysalami 
University of Sheffield, Sheffield, U.K.

Urban Regeneration as An Approach to Retain Tradition and Heritage in Quseir – A Red Sea Port City
Manar AlGammal, Amany Saker 
October 6 University, Cairo, Egypt


11:00 AM–12:00 PM  PLENARY KEYNOTE SESSION 2


12:00 – 12:15 PM       AWARD CEREMONY


12:15 – 1:15 PM         LUNCH BREAK


1:15 – 5:00 PM           WALKING TOURS


DAY THREE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2022 

8:30 – 10:30 AM         PAPER SESSIONS


A4. DISRUPTIVE REALITIES

Reconciling Tradition and Modernity: Responses to the Disruption of War in Interwar German Architecture
Deborah Barnstone 
University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Disruptive Villagization in Late Colonialism: Spatial Ethnography for a Postcolonial Cartography?
Tiago Castela, Rui Aristides Lebre 
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal

Disruptive Realities. Exploring the Paradoxes of Architecture and Social Change
David Franco 
Clemson University, Clemson, USA

Pandemic, Tradition and China’s ‘Instagrammable’ Wet Markets
Xinhui Chen 
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Female Disruptions of Tropical Modernism? Jane Drew and Minnette de Silva Designing the Social in the Tropics
Inês Nunes 
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal


B4. URBANIZATION AND PLANNING

Building Continuous Traditional Environment and Community; Lessons from The Takehara Preservation District, Japan
Yushi Utaka 
University of Hyogo, Himeji City, Japan

A Point-Counterpoint Interpretation of Pandemic Urbanism Experienced in Brooklyn, New York City and Beyo?lu, Istanbul
Alison Snyder 
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, U.S.A.

Rethinking Urban Waterfront in Bangkok, Thailand
Lassamon Maitreemit, Naweepahb Taksayos, Willaya Song-im 
Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Urbanization in the Himalayas: Successive Transformations of Leh and Its Impacts on Practices and Memories
Arvind Meel1,2, Surajit Chakravarty3 1Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Kolkata, India
2School of Planning and Architecture Bhopal, Bhopal, India 3Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Delhi, India

A Gradual Creep of Change – Modernist Infiltration of the Municipal Infrastructure in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa Between 1930 and 1960
Debbie Whelan
University of Lincoln, Lincoln, U.K.


C4. POLITICS OF TRADITION

Covid -19 and Urban Unity: San Francisco Sanctuary Policies and Housing Resiliency, Persistence, and Rupture
Hesham Issa 
IASTE, Berkeley, U.S.A.

Geographic and Policy Based Framework for Urban Heat Island Mitigation Strategies
Makaela Burch 
Grinnell College, Grinnell, U.S.A.

From Enclaves to Spaces of Encounter: Post-Occupy Urban Politics of Islamic Minorities in Turkey
Bülent Batuman 
Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey

When Cairo’s Public Spaces Start Talking: The Street Vendors’ Daily Struggle During the Pandemic
Ahmed El-Kholei, Ghada Ghada A. Yassein 
Menofia University, Shebin El Kom, Menofia, Egypt


10:30 – 11:00 AM       COFFEE BREAK


11:00 AM–12:00 PM  KEYNOTE SESSION 3


12:00 – 1:00 PM         LUNCH BREAK


1:00 – 2:40 PM           PAPER SESSIONS


A5. DISRUPTION AND CONTINUITY

Disruption and Continuity of Pedagogical Traditions in Architecture and Urbanism: Between Canonical, Resistant, Social Construction, and Future Traditions
Ashraf Salama 
University of Northumbria, Newcastle, U.K.

Public Space in the Yangtze River Delta: Conversations Between Disruption and Continuity
Teresa Hoskyns1, Siti Roslan2, Claudia Westermann2 1CRAC-UK, London, U.K. 2Xi’an-Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China

Indigenous Intelligence: Continuities Amid Disruptions
James Miller1,2, Howard Davis31Western Washington University, Bellingham, U.S.A.2OCAD University, Toronto, Canada3University of Oregon, Eugene, U.S.A.

Disrupted Tradition: A Case from Indonesian Village
Feni Kurniati 
University of Oregon, Eugene, U.S.A.


B5. RECONSTRUCTION AND REGENERATION

Architectural Reconstruction Reconsidered for Continuity: Cases from the Postwar Germany
Rumiko Handa 
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, U.S.A.

Of Earthen Gourbis and Troglodytic Caves: The Troubling Continuities Between the Informal and the Vernacular in Modernist Discourses of Tunisian Architecture
Nancy Demerdash 
Albion College, Albion, U.S.A.

Tradition and Changes: The Transformation of Shop House as An Efforts to Continue the Trading Tradition in Pasar Baru Area Bandung – Indonesia
Nurtati Soewarno 
Institut Teknologi Nasional Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia

The Dynamic Interactive Relationship of Asian Port Cities and the Regeneration of Old Port Areas – A Comparative Study of Dalian and Singapore
Wenjing Luo 
Tongji University, Shanghai, China

Adaptive Reuse of Centuriated Dry-Stone Walls in Barcelona’s Parks and the Raymond Lull Tradition
Magda Saura
Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), Barcelona, Spain


C5. TRADITION AS PRACTICES OF SUTURING (SPECIAL PANEL)

Neighborhoods as Stalwarts Against Socio-Spatial Ruptures in Myanmar’s Cities
Jayde Roberts 
UNSW, Sydney, Australia

People’s Philosophies, Traditions, and Resilience Against Socio-politico-ecological Threats in Mount Merapi
Catharina Depari 
University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.

Reconstitute the Sense of Belonging: Alternative Walking Tours in Hong Kong’s Old Neighborhoods Under Societal Storms
Ying-Fen Chen
National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei City, Taiwan


2:40 – 3:00 PM           COFFEE BREAK


3:00 – 5:00 PM           PAPER SESSIONS


A6. THEORY AND DISCOURSE

Towards an Augmented (Critical) Regionalism
Undi Gunawan 
Universitas Pelita Harapan, Tangerang, Indonesia

The Ontological Turn in Cross-cultural Study of Immigrant’s Architecture
Jing Luo 
Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China

“What is Architecture?”: A study of the Discipline’s Definition in Arabic Writing
Shaikhah Alsahli 
Kuwait University, Kuwait City, Kuwait
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, U.S.A.

Black Canadian Place-making: The Bowen Log Cabin and Homestead
Destiny Kirumira 
McGill University, Montreal, Canada

New Evaluative Spaces at the Extra-Legal Encounter of Bylaw and Project
Foong Chan
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada


B6. HERITAGE AND TRADITION

Architecture and Rupture: Humanitarian Heritage and The Power of Transformation in Post-Conflict Heritage Recovery
Mohamed Abdelmonem 
Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, U.K.

Re-valuing the Sense of Nature in Bangkok: Continuity and Change of Everyday Heritage Along Chao Phraya Levees
Poon Khwansuwan 
King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand

Recreating Rituals Scenes in the Context of Urbanization: The Modern Interpretation and Repercussion of Qijing Ritual Alliances in Putian, China
Heng Huang, Jing Zheng
Wuhan University, Wuhan, China

Raffles City Rising upon Chaotianmen, Chongqing, China: Who Owns the Discourse of Tradition
Jie Xiong 
Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing, China

Heritage in Continuum: Abandoning Static Conservation to Embrace Culture in Transition – A Case Study of Kong Ha Wai Compound in Hong Kong
Ching Kan1,2, Curry Tse1,2, Ming Ho Yam2,3,4 1The Hong Kong Institute of Architects, Hong Kong, Hong Kong2Hong Kong Institute of Architectural Conservationists, Hong Kong, Hong Kong3The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong4Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Brandenburg, Germany


C6. WHAT IS PORTUGUESE IN PORTUGUESE ARCHITECTURE (SPECIAL PANEL)

What Portuguese Late Colonialism? Residential Strategies in the Service of the War Effort (1961-1974)
Ana Vaz-Milheiro 
Lisbon University, Lisboa, Portugal

Architecture and Resistance: Portugal 1948-1974
José Bandeirinha 
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal

Portuguese Architecture Between the Revolutionary Impetus and the Democratic Maturity 
Nuno Grande 
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal

What is Portuguese in Portuguese Architecture? 
Jorge Figueira 
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal

A Pioneer Architectural Research “Démarche”: The Young Grantees of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Between 1960 and 1980 
Bruno Gil, Carolina Coelho 
University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal


5:00 – 5:20 PM           COFFEE BREAK


5:20 – 7:00 PM           PAPER SESSIONS


A7. TRADITION AND CONTINUITY

Old Wine in New Bottles: The Logic and Expression of Contemporary Chinese Traditional Beliefs
Xu Teng 
Wuhan University, Wuhan, China

Traditions in Continuity: Unplanned Urban Practices by Migrant and Youth Cultures as Persistent Alternative and Emerging Identities in Kuwait City
Mae Al-Ansari 
Kuwait University, Kuwait, Kuwait

The Modern, the Vernacular, and the Uncertainties of the Mombasa Old Town
Zhengli Huang 
Tongji University, Shanghai, China

The Entanglement Between Traditions and the Colonial Spatiality. The Resilience of the Guinean Domesticities in the Ajuda Neighbourhood, Bissau
Francesca Vita 
FAUP/UP, Porto, Portugal


B7. RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURES

Industrial Pasts Soon Forgotten? Heritage Consequences of a De-carbonising World
Mike Robinson1,2, Chris Landorf3
1Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, U.K.  2Tourism, Heritage and Enterprise Network, Sheffield, U.K.  3University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

To Rebuild or Not to Build, The Case of Bornplatz Synagogue in Hamburg
Bedour Braker 
Jan Braker Architekt, Hamburg, Germany

Temple School in Localities: A Study on the Spatial Pattern of Libo Confucian Temples in the Late Qing Dynasty
Yue Zhao, Lin Zhou 
Nanjing University, Nanjing, China

Temple as Agent for Communal Network: A Case Study on South Lantau
Sidney Cheung, Thomas Chung, Alex Wong 
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong


C7. CONTINUITY IN COMMUNALITY AND LANDSCAPE (SPECIAL PANEL)

Research on the Development of Workers’ Settlements During the German Lease Period in Qingdao
Nan Zhang 
Qingdao University of Technology, Qingdao, China

From Hakka Diaspora to Sustainable Eco-living: Reviving Sha Lo Tung’s Cultural Landscape
Yutaka Yano1, Sarah Lee2 1The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong  2Hong Kong Design Institute, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Between Religiosity and Recreation: The missionary Heritage of Lantau Mountain Camp
Miriam Lee, Thomas Chung 
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Collaborative Village Revitalisation: Participatory Rebuilding in Mui Tsz Lam village, Sha Tau Kok
Thomas Chung, Jimmy Ho 
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong


DAY FOUR: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2022 

9:00 – 10:40 AM         PAPER SESSIONS


A8. TRADITIONAL AND VERNACULAR SETTLEMENTS

Exploring the Continuity of Settlement Tradition Throughout Australasia and Oceania Over 70,000 Years
Paul Memmott 
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Transformations and Adaptations in Built Vernacular Heritage of Bhotiya (Transhumance Mountain Community) Settlements of Uttarakhand, India
Sweta Kandari, Ram Pasupuleti 
Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India

Learning from Desert Vernacular Architecture to Revive Sustainable and Culturally Sensitive Contemporary Architecture
Hisham Gabr1, Gehan El-Assal 1The German University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt 2Architect & Practitioner, Cairo, Egypt

Adaptation Patterns on Traditional Architecture Extensions: A Case Study from Toba Batak Architecture
Jonathan Yoas1,2, Rizal Muslimin1 1The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia 2Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, Indonesia


B8. HERITAGE AND PRESERVATION

Repercussions of the Global Dissemination of the Campus Landscape
Ipek Tureli 
McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Is Continuity the Repercussion of Disruption in Architectural Education? The Case of Tradition and Continuity in Architectural Education After the Events of May 68
Nasrin Seraji1,2, Noëlla Tsz Wai Kwok3 1University College Dublin, Dublin, Irelan 2Wenzhou Kean University, Wenzhou, Chin 3City University of Hong KongK, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Re-building and Re-telling the Buddhist Past: The Three Pagodas of Dali, Yunnan, in the Sixteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Eloise Wright
Ashoka University, Sonipat, India

The Preservation of Educational Heritage in A Post-pandemic World
Karen Arzate Quintanilla, Gehan Selim, Pam Birtill 
University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.


C8. NEGOTIATING NEW NARRATIVES FOR HERITAGE IN CHINA (SPECIAL PANEL)

Warming Up China’s Cold War Heritage: Re-utilisation of Third Line Construction Sites
Mike Robinson 
Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, U.K.

Tradition and Continuity Fight Back: The Case of the Hangyang Ironworks and the Agency of Heritage
Jing Han1, Mike Robinson2 1University of Birmingham, Birmingham, U.K.  2Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, U.K.

Dealing with the Great Rural Rupture at Local Level: The Traditional Village Scheme in Shanxi Province
Jie Hao 
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, U.K.


10:40 – 11:00 AM       COFFEE BREAK


11:00 AM–12:40 PM  PAPER SESSIONS


A9. HISTORY AND TRADITION

Co-operative Housing Societies in Singapore
Chee-Kien Lai 
Independent Scholar, Singapore, Singapore

From a Private Garden to a Public Park: The 1857 ‘Devil’s Wind’, the British Love for the Lawn and the Mutation of the Mughal Bagh
Jyoti Sharma 
SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, New Delhi, India

Culture, History, and the Home: Socio-Cultural Adaptions of the Domestic Environment Within Aboriginal Communities
Harriette Poiner 
University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Rethinking the Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) Approach in Xi’an, China: Taking a Participatory Tool the Imagine as an Example
Zhaoyang Sun 
UCL, London, U.K.


B9. DESIGN AND TRADITION

Gardens and Landscape of Uttarayan in Shantiniketan, India
Amita Sinha 
Independent Scholar, Urbana, U.S.A.

The Impact of Economic and Political Disruptions on the Design, Reception, and Impact of the 1933-34 Century of Progress Exposition
Lisa Schrenk 
University of Arizona, Tucson, U.S.A.

Crafting Cultural Exotism through Symbolic Urban Forms: The Comparison of Architectural Anachronism in Chinatowns in the North American and Copycat Towns in China
Xiao Hu 
University of Idaho, Moscow, U.S.A.
Meaning of “HOME”: An Investigation on the Practice of Home in Malaysia

Erna Zharani, Gehan Selim 
University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.


C9. TRADITION: THE CHINESE EDITION(SPECIAL PANEL)


12:40 – 2:00 PM         LUNCH BREAK


2:00 – 4:00 PM           CONCLUDING PLENARY PANEL


5:30 – 7:00 PM           CLOSING RECEPTION / DINNER