To support MCMH-EU’s scientific and networking activities in line with the objectives specified in both MCMH-EU’s MoU and the approved Work and Budget Plans.
|GP||Meetings||Start date||End date||Location||University|
|2||Optimistic Suburbia II – Middle-class Large housing complexes||16-Jun||18-Jun||Lisbon||ISCTE|
|3||GIS Workshop||28-Sep||30-Sep||Thessaloniki||Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki|
|3||Stakeholder Workshop||30-Sep||2-Oct||Ankara||Middle East Technical University, Ankara|
|3||Writing Workshop||6-Apr||8-Apr||Antwerp||University of Antwerp|
|3||Lieux et Enjeux II||15-Mar||16-Mar||Paris||ENSA Paris-Val de Seine, Paris, France|
Action Lecture Series
«Writing The History Of Post-War Housing Complexes And Neighborhoods. A Take On Research Strategies And Methodologies»
The talks are part of the lecture series “Writing the History of Post-war Housing Complexes and Neighborhoods. A Take on Research Strategies and Methodologies”, organized by Gaia Caramellino and Filippo De Pieri in the framework of the COST Action European-funded MCMH-EU CA18137, “European Middle-Class Mass Housing” and of the Phd Program in Architecture. History and Design (Politecnico di Torino).
DAStU_Politecnico di Milano
Filippo De Pieri
DAD_Politecnico di Torino
‘The Japanese House’. I. Daniels also has an ongoing interest in curation and exhibitions. She has curated an exhibition at the British Museum (2001) and her recent book What are exhibitions for? (2019) is based on an ethnography of visitors to her 2012 exhibition at the Geffrye Museum in London.