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.
Shanghai’s Laneway Housing: Its Design, Occupation and Demolition
Greetings from the Planet of Earth: Accounts of Architecture for an Interstellar Audience on the Voyager Golden Record
Faking Authenticity with Fool’s Gold Architecture
McCormack, Craig William Westbrook, Nigel
After the Gold Rush, or another Spaceship Earth
Gold Rush Urbanism: Continuing effects of gold mining on the urban form of Victorian towns
Sociospatial Genealogies of Wartime Impoverishment: Temporary Farm Labour Camps in the U.S.A.
Lines of Gold: W. H. Rocke & Co. and the art of colonial retail persuasion
Louis Kahn’s First Unitarian Church: light and the making of a monumental room
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
Sunlight in San Carlo
All that glitters is not gold: the effect of mining activities and royalties on the built environment of remote North East Arnhem Land