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We have a symposium!

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At long last we have not only an eminent keynote speaker, Professor Adrian Forty, but also an impressive array of international presenters for the 2013 symposium of the Swedish Architectural Historians Network. They come from the States, from Italy, from Finland, from Denmark, from Norway and mainly from Sweden. This means that the topic will be covered from several angles and Swedish Architectural Historiography will be scrutinized both from within as well as from outside. We also hope that some, if not all, presenters will be interested in publishing their paper in Konsthistorisk Tidskrift at the beginning of next year.

There will also be ample time for discussions of the topic among the participants during the two days that we meet. If you want to know more about the symposium, select that option from the menu above. Then you will find the conference call with all pertinent details, the abstracts and CV’s of the speakers as well as a page with the registration form. An itemized program will soon be forthcoming. Should you have any remaining questions after reading this material, please feel free to fill in the contact form below and I will answer your questions. If you would like to be added to the network mailing list, you can also ask for that in the form.

Welcome to Uppsala and Sweden!

Britt-Inger Johansson, Professor of Art History, Uppsala University


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