SAHANZ membership renewal/registration is now open! To join the Society, or to renew your membership for the current financial year (July 1st, 2019 – June 30th, 2020), please follow this link.
SAHANZ calls for applications for the David Saunders Founder’s Grant. The grant (AUD $3000) is intended to support research by emerging researchers in the disciplines of architectural history and theory. The application deadline is 1 June 2019.
The Architecture Competition as ‘Contact Zone’ – Towards a Historiography of Cross-Cultural Exchanges Competition is key to the architectural profession. On a daily basis, practicing architects compete for the recognition of their ideas, new commission …
The Editorial Board of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, calls for Expressions of Interest for the role of Co-Editor of the Society’s refereed journal, Fabrications: JSAHANZ
The SAHANZ Committee calls for nominations for new SAHANZ Executive and SAHANZ Committee members. Nominations should be sent to the SAHANZ secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org), before 30 June 2019.
SAHANZ calls for nominations for life and honorary members of the Society. f you wish to nominate someone for Honorary or Life membership, please download the nomination documents on the SAHANZ website, and submit the completed nomination to the Society’s Secretary by March 1st, 2019.
The full proceedings of the 35th annual SAHANZ conference, “Historiographies of Technology and Architecture”, which was held at Victoria University of Wellington in 2018, are now online.
The SAHANZ Committee thanks all those who completed the SAHANZ members’ survey – we had a last minute flurry leading to 39 responses which, for a society with roughly 150 members, is a good result.
The SAHANZ Committee is pleased to report that the call for SAHANZ-endorsed panels at both EAHN and SAH conferences in 2020 has led to the selection of two session proposals.
Fabrications invites papers for a special guest issue on “The Architecture of the Tasman World,” edited by Alex Bremner and Andrew Leach. Papers are due by 28 March 2019.