|CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
|IASTE 2022 SINGAPORE
RUPTURE AND TRADITION
DISRUPTION, CONTINUITY, REPERCUSSIONS
Deadline for abstract submission March 21, 2022
|Tradition has multiple forms, manifestations, and influences that shape the processes used to produce, transform, preserve, and consume built environments in synch with socio-cultural and economic change. Over the past thirty years, IASTE has helped shape the discourse around the political, cultural, economic, and legal frameworks of tradition. The notion of rupture will be used to frame this ongoing discussion at the IASTE 2022 conference, to be hosted by the National University of Singapore. To describe a rupture is to describe an event that makes the difference between a before and an after. A rupture is a crack, a fissure, an impassable chasm, or a wrinkle in time. Whether understood in a temporal, physical, or topographic sense, ruptures have played an important part in the making of buildings and cultural landscapes. The pandemic year 2020 certainly provided such a moment, which may be used to reflect on the ways that “rupture,”… read more
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|WPS VOL 307-314
|The IASTE Working Paper Series is a compilation of selected papers from each IASTE conference. The IASTE 2020-2021 Virtual conference WPS eight volumes are all free to download from iaste.org ….. more
|IASTE 2020-2021 SESSIONS RECORDINGS
|For the first time, IASTE is publishing IASTE 2020-2021: Virtual Traditions sessions recording in HD . These recordings are digital documentation of IASTE 202, 23 sessions and 3 Keynote lectures. The recordings are available through the IASTE Youtube channel. ……. more
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|CALL FOR SPECIAL PANELS/SESSIONS
|IASTE invites members and the IASTE community to submit a proposal to chair a special panel/ session at the IASTE 2022 Singapore conference. The special panel/session should reflect the conference’s three themes: DISRUPTION, CONTINUITY, REPERCUSSIONS. Sessions may be theoretical, methodological, thematic, interdisciplinary, pedagogical, revisionist, or documentary in premise and have broadly conceived or more narrowly focused subjects. Over the past few years, IASTE conferences have included special sessions and panels related to conference themes, collectively organized or sponsored by specific groups or institutions. Such proposals are welcome again in 2022 as a way to facilitate outreach to researchers from disciplines not normally engaged with IASTE to introduce new topics or debates. Proposals will be selected based on merit and the need to create a well-balanced program. Special Panel/Session Chairs are responsible for selecting panel presenters and submitting a 1000-word proposal by the Abstracts submission deadline…..Read more
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|IASTE welcomes our newest IASTE Advisory Council members Tiago Castela and Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem.
Tiago Castela is a historian of architecture
and spatial planning, as well as an architect. He teaches and does research on the theory and
history of the political dimension of architecture and spatial planning, with a focus on Portugal and southern Africa in the Twentieth Century. He is an Assistant Researcher at the Center for Social Studies (CES) of the University of Coimbra, Portugal and served as the IASTE 2018 local conference Coordinator.
Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem is Chair in Architecture, and a Founding Director of the Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage (CAUGH), and co-lead of Global Heritage Research at Nottingham Trent University.He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and the 2014 recipient of the Jeffrey Cook Award for outstanding research in the Built Environment. Prof. Gamal served as the IASTE 2020-2021 local conference director.
|IASTE also welcome Adnya Sarasmita, IASTE 2022 SINGAPORE conference coordinator.
Adnya Sarasmita holds a PhD in Built Environment from the University of Washington, a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Iowa, and a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Universitas Brawijaya in Indonesia. Adnya served as an IASTE 2020-2021 staff. …… Read More on IASTE people
|IASTE 2021 AWARDS
|IASTE offers a number of awards for best papers presented at the biennial conference and accepted for publication in the TDSR Journal. All awards are judged by special committees chaired by a member of the TDSR editorial board and includes other related or specialized IASTE scholars with the TDSR Managing editor as Ex-Officio……. Read more
The IASTE 2020-2021 awards winners are:
Jeffrey Cook Award for Best Paper on Traditional Dwellings and Settlements
Andrea Moneta , Nottingham Trent University
Eleni Bastea Prize for Best Paper on an urban Issue
Sweta Kandari, School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal India
Lifchez Berkeley Prize Best Paper by a Graduate Student or a Junior Scholar
Aurelien Catros and Maxime Leblanc, Université de Montreal, Canada, and McGill University, Canada
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|IASTE is planning to launch new programs for IASTE members to grow the IASTE mission for the coming thirty years.
VOLUNTEER Program: This program aims to bring to IASTE a vibrant hub of volunteerism, consisting of dynamic members-based culture to positively impact the IASTE community in addressing the organization’s most significant challenges.
INVOLVE Program: This program provides invaluable hands-on research activities. Participants are paired with mentors at the top of their respective fields, and receive personalized guidance to move their research, projects, and careers forward.
RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIPS Program: This program is designed to support postgraduate students and post-doctorates scholars who are conducting research projects related to the comparative, cross-cultural, and inter-disciplinary understanding of traditional dwellings and settlements as an expression of cultural conventions.
PRACTICUM Program: This program aims to bridge research and practice. Scholars can transfer their knowledge to real-life projects opening many opportunities to network with industry and professional organizations in different disciplines related to traditional dwellings and settlements.
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