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: Thomas Rickman and Liverpool [9 Dec]
- Exhibition: Ephemeral Architecture [9 Dec]
- CFP: Spaces of Remembering and Forgetting: An Interdisciplinary Conference [9 Dec]
- CFP: Britain and the World Conference 2017 [7 Dec]
- CFP: Festival de l’histoire de l’art (Festival de Fontainebleau) [5 Dec]
- Conference: Spanish and Royal Geographies in Early Modern Europe and America: Re-Thinking the Royal Sites/Geographies of Habsburg Politics and Religion [2 Dec]
- Call for Seminar Participation: Fashioning and Furnishing the English Country House 1650-1920 [2 Dec]
- Exhibition: Festivities and Entertainment at Court [2 Dec]
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Pieter Jansz Saenredam, Church of Santa Maria della Febbre, Rome, 1629. Oil on panel. Samuel H. Kress Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
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