• Santiago de Compostela

    Conference, symposium - Geography

    The Epoch of Space. State and new perspectives

    The next 8th, 9th and 10th of April it will take place at the University of Santiago de Compostela the international conference "The Epoch of Space. State and New Perspectives", where researchers from around the world will meet to discuss the spatial turn of humanities. This interdisciplinary event will bring together geographers, philologists, historians, philosophers, and other interested disciplines to review the current state of spatial humanities, share different approaches, research methods and discuss their future.

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  • Bogotá

    Call for papers - Urban studies


    The “Landscapes” edition of dearq academic journal invites participants to reflect on what has globally been, principally since the beginning of the twentieth century, the evolution of the concept of landscape; the relevant methods of analysis; the methods of representation, of evaluation, and of teaching. This takes into consideration how the concept is a practical project tool that can be used for land-use planning, what landscape’s level of influence has been on the public policy decision-making process, what instruments and regulations have been used, and also how “landscape” and “territory” coexist.

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  • Paris

    Call for papers - Sociology

    The ruin

    Sociétés journal devotes its next issue to the subject of “the ruin”. This issue aims to revisit and extend the notion of ruin considering its spatial, social, architectural, and urban imaginary. A Ruin is a representation and a pictorial resource of the landscape, is a metaphysical way of thought, a purpose and a primitive view. In this sense, memory, architecture and symbol, life and death, decay and rebirth, time and duration, rust and bones, the eternal communication, previous utopia and inner experience, the decomposition and recomposition, ecosophy and economics of conflict, obsolescence and "affordance", are some of the subjects that derive from ruin as status quo: an 'imaginal' foundation of the romanticism and a sensitivity of our contemporaneous world. 

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