Interpreting 20th Century European Urbanism

urbanHIST welcomes abstracts on the main theme of its second conference: Interpreting 20th Century European Urbanism. As an explicitly interdisciplinary project, we encourage submissions from urbanism, planning, and architectural historians; preservationists; geographers; museum curators; and independent
scholars. More information about the suggested tracks for abstracts is available at:

Confirmed Keynote Speakers
Henrieta Moravčíková, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia
Luděk Sýkora, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Sasha Tsenkova, University of Calgary, Canada
Stephen V. Ward, Oxford Brookes University, UK

The organizers invite proposals for individual presentations (20 minutes). Please upload your abstract and a short CV on the online submission platform. Abstracts should be under 350 words and display the field of research, research question, theoretical and methodological frame as well as the expected results.

The submission deadline is 24th of June 2019. In case you have any question, please contact our local urbanHIST manager Annica Skytt via

Download the information related to this competition here.

  • Title

    Interpreting 20th Century European Urbanism
  • Type

    Call for Submissions
  • Website

  • Organizers

    Annica Skytt
  • Submission Deadline

    June 24, 2019 11:59 PM
  • Venue

    Wenner-Gren Center, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Price


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Cite: "Interpreting 20th Century European Urbanism" 14 Jun 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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