Portrait of the City
Friday, April 30th, 2010
Framing the significance of historic urban landscapes
Dublin Castle, December 9th, 10th and 11th 2010
Deadline call for abstracts: May 15th 2010
In December 2010 the School of Architecture, Landscape and Civil Engineering, University College Dublin and the Office of Public Works will host a multi-disciplinary international conference to explore the significance of cities, their constructed heritage, and the manner in which both the city and its heritage are framed for the public, the nation and the tourist. It will construct a portrait of the city as imagined, created, destroyed, manipulated and lived by its citizens.
The organisers invite scholars and students to this international conference to discuss the ways cities have set out to present themselves to both natives and newcomers. In order to elucidate these topics, we have invited international scholars from different fields as keynote speakers.
Submission of abstracts for papers and posters
Abstracts for papers or posters of a maximum of 500 words should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org before May 15th 2010. All abstracts must contain the title of the proposed paper or poster, the name of the author(s), and contact information (institutional affiliation, mailing address, phone number, and email address). A two page CV should be attached to the submission.
Timeline for conference organization:
Deadline for paper abstracts and poster proposals 15 May 2010
Announcement of abstract and poster proposals selection 1 July 2010
Full Papers due 1 October 2010
Registration deadline 1 October 2010