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.
Taylor, William M.
Digging and Pilfering: Spatio-Juridical and Moral Economies of Gold Stealing in Western Australia (c.1906)
Gold in Spanish and Spanish-American Ecclesiastical Interiors of the Early Modern
Arches and Industries: Modelling Natural Resources and National Enterprise During the 1901 Royal Visit to Wellington
Architecture & Capitalism: A Golden Gridlock
Gold-Plated Doors If You Want Them: Holgar & Holgar and the Architecture of Opulence
Big Gold Mountain Redux
Mindful Material: Buhrich’s Architectural Alchemy
Who built Fort Alice? An Analysis of Subaltern Involvement in Nineteenth Century Institutional Architecture in Sarawak
You Are Gold
Looking Across Time: Reflections on Reverse Chronology in the Writing of Architectural History