SAHANZ is in the process of sorting and uploading conference papers to the website. These papers date back to 1984 and will be searchable. What you see below is just a sampling of what's to come.
Re-Negotiating Balkanism: Body De-Stabilizing in Belgrade’s Republic Square
Acker, Wouter van Davidts, Wouter
If Walls Could Talk: The Brick Sculptures of Per Kirkeby
Stevens, Quentin Sumartojo, Shanti
’56 after ’89: Re-commemorating Hungarian History after the Fall of Communism
Stead Ellis and Joshua Charlesworth, Architects
Kahn in Dhaka: The Capitol and the City
Drawn Translations: Toward and Beyond Buhrich’s Building
McMahon’s Point, Sydney: a Translation of the 1956 CIAM 10 Urban Consciousness?
Translation in the Transition: Examining Innovations in the Design of Auckland’s ‘Transitional Houses’
Contingent Interpretations: Unreliable Memories in Stories of New Zealand Architecture
Narrating the City Beautiful: Edmund Anscombe and His 1928 World Trip
Talei, Charmaine ‘Ilaiu
Translation of Aid Houses in Tonga
Lewi, Hannah Murray, Andrew
Façadism as Urban Taxidermy: All Skin and no Bones
Harding, Duncan Schmidt, Tyson
Eurocentric Heritage Values and the Treaty: a Dialogue in W[h]anganui
Beynon, David Gardiner, Brandon Jong, Ursula de Lozanovska, Mirjana Marcello, Flavia
An Issues paper: The Roots / Routes of Australian Architecture: Elements of an Alternative Architectural History
The Regionalist Debate in the Context of the 1970s International Architecture Forums in Iran
Regional Modernism on the West Coast: a Tale of Four Cities
Kahn, Michael M.
Translating Historic Vernacular: Can Anyone ‘Make it Right’?
Memmott, Paul Keys, Cathy
Translating the Design of Behaviour Settings for Aboriginal Well-Being
Women in New Zealand Architecture: A Literature Review
Parade’s End? 1 Shop / Houses in New Zealand