Early Modern Architecture explores global, interdisciplinary frameworks for the architecture (design, theory, and practice) of Europe and its colonies, c.1400-c.1800. This site particularly disseminates and fosters international scholarly exchange of innovative research and education. We seek to showcase new methodologies that link areas of architectural history, art history, and the humanities.
- CFP: Vasari @ Santa Croce [2 Jul]
- New E-Book: Birgitte Bøggild Johannsen and Konrad Ottenheym (eds), Beyond Scylla and Charybdis. European Courts and Court Residences outside Habsburg and Valois/Bourbon Territories 1500-1700 (The National Museum of Denmark/University Press of Southern Denmark, 2015). [1 Jul]
- CFP: Reinterpreting Cities (European Association for Urban History 2016 Conference) [30 Jun]
- New E-Book: Jeroen Goudeau, Mariette Verhoeven and Wouter Weijers (eds), The Imagined and Real Jerusalem in Art and Architecture (Leiden: Brill, 2014). [29 Jun]
- Conference: Mecklenburgischer Planschatz – Bau- und Kunstpolitik des Herzogtums Mecklenburg-Schwerin im internationalen Kontext [28 Jun]
- New E-Books: English Heritage, English Heritage Archaeological Monographs, 2014 [26 Jun]
- Resource: Arkyves: Reference Tool for the History of Culture [25 Jun]
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Circle of Giovanni Paolo Panini, Ruins: Fragments of Stelae and Architecture, 18th century. Pen and grey ink, brown wash. Yale University Art Gallery.