EMA Newsletter: 21 December 2018

**The next EMA Newsletter will appear on 4 January.**

21 December 2018

EMA NEWS

EMA Book Reviews:  December 2018

The most recent Early Modern Architecture list of open-access book reviews is available here and under “Research.”

CALLS FOR PAPERS

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Architectural History Workshop 2019 (Graduate Conference)

The call for papers for the graduate conference entitled “Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Architectural History Workshop 2019” (due 18 Jan, London, UK) is available here and under “Calls for Books, Articles…” in “Research.”

Reading the City’s Histories Through Visual Documents (Session at Associazione Italiana di Storia Urbana 2019 Conference)

The call for papers for the session entitled “Reading the City’s Histories Through Visual Documents” at the Associazione Italiana di Storia Urbana 2019 Conference (due 31 Jan, Bologna, Italy) is available here and under “Calls for Books, Articles…” in “Research.”

CONFERENCES

Society of Architectural Historians 2019 Annual International Conference

Information on the Society of Architectural Historians 2019 Annual International Conference (24-28 Apr, Providence, Rhode Island, USA) is available here and under “Conferences, Lectures…” in “Research.”

Early Modern Global Soundscapes

Information on the conference entitled “Early Modern Global Soundscapes” (25-26 Jan, York, UK) is available here and under “Conferences, Lectures…” in “Research.”

NEWS IN THE FIELD

Multisensory UNESCO Architecture Project in Poland

The Foundation “Pełni Kultury” has initiated MULTISENSORY UNESCO, a project seeking to digitize and share monuments and buildings in the town of Lipnica Murowana.  For more details, click here.

Mid-Eighteenth-Century Cabinet Restored Inside Palazzo Reale, Turin

The gilded and mirrored Gabinetto del Segreto Maneggio degli Affari di Stato inside the Palazzo Reale of Turin has been recently restored and reopened.  For more details, click here.

US Library of Congress Photochroms of Destroyed Buildings

A rich collection of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photochroms of now destroyed buildings exists at the United States Library of Congress.  For examples of these photochroms, click here.

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