III MCMH-EU Event

by MCMH-EU Team | ACTION

2021-03-04  |  Reading 7 ”minutes” 

III MCMH-EU Event – VIRTUAL 8TH/9TH MARCH

by MCMH-EU Team | ACTION

2021-03-04  |  Reading 7 ”minutes” 

III MCMH-EU Event
VIRTUAL 8TH/9TH MARCH
III MCMH-EU EVENT
8, 9 March
Start at 9 a.m. and
end at 7:30 p.m.
The time scheduled in the programme is CET.
Meeting ID
841 7458 7148
Password
948166
Zoom link

The first day is entirely devoted to the work of the WGs. The sessions are sequential so that members can participate in them all.

The second day is divided between:
Morning – three sessions in parallel, dedicated to members’ presentations through their WG, with pre-recorded presentations and debate.
Afternoon – dedicated to the management bodies: Core Group and MC Meeting.You can find the provisional program for the two days below.

For the members who are interested in sharing their work, please express your interest in writing to the leaders of your respective WG by 28/02:
For the WG1: Dr Ines Lima RODRIGUES & Prof Kostas TSIAMBAOS & Dr Dalit SHACH-PINSLY
For the WG2: Prof Els DE VOS & Prof Yankel FIJALKOW
For the WG3: Prof Uta POTTGIESSER & Prof Muge AKKAR ERCAN

10h00 – Opening Lecture

45-minute pre-recorded with Ljiljana Blagojevic, “Housing Complex, Reality Check”

Dr. Ljiljana Blagojević, architect, currently engaged as the Design Manager at Deka inženjering company in Belgrade, Serbia. Her academic appointments include professorships at the University of Belgrade (1997-2017), and visiting professorships at the University of Novi Sad, University Donja Gorica in Podgorica, Montenegro, and at the Yale University School of Architecture in New Haven, CT. She held lectures by invitation and gave keynote addresses at numerous academic institutions and meetings around the world, such as the Harvard University GSD and Yale University, Zurich ETH, the Swedish Academy of Letters and Antiquities, University of Zagreb and many other. She is the author of five scholarly monographs, including Modernism in Serbia: Elusive Margins of Belgrade Architecture, 1919-1941 (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2003), and Dobrović in Dubrovnik: A Venture in Modern Architecture (Berlin: Jovis, 2015), with Wolfgang Thaler and Krunoslav Ivanišin. Her publications include more than twenty chapters to edited monographs and more than thirty research articles and reviews published internationally in scholarly journals, such as Planning Perspectives, Perspecta, The Journal of Architecture, Architektura&Urbanismus, Architectural Research Quarterly, Spatium International Review, Cesky Lid, Le Culture della Tecnica and others. She is the recipient of the Grand ASA Award for lifetime achievement in architecture, Grand Prix of the Salon of Architecture in Belgrade and the “Ranko Radović” Award.

11h00-13h00 - WG 1 Meeting

Presentation of the group's activities and discussion with the different WG members. The presentations can be made by the leaders and vice-leaders or else delegated.

11h00-13h00 - WG 1 Meeting

Presentation of the group's activities and discussion with the different WG members. The presentations can be made by the leaders and vice-leaders or else delegated.

1. Short introduction of WG-members (15’) – Inês/ALL
2. Tasks and Deliverables WG 1 (10’) – Inês
3. Analyses from TEMPLATE #1 (15’) – Vlatko
4. Presentation TEMPLATE #2 (15’) – Alessandra & Francesca
5. GIS Workshop MCMH-EU (15’) – Dalit
6. Open networking tools – (15’) Kostas
7. Discussion and next steps (45’) – ALL

14h00-16h00 - WG 2 Meeting

Presentation of the group's activities and discussion with the different WG members.
The presentations can be made by the leaders and vice-leaders or else delegated.

1. Short introduction of WG 2-Members (15’) – Els/ALL
2. Tasks and Deliverables WG 2 (templates)
3. Presentation of the 2 pictures (1 on Middle Class Housing (folder 1) and 1 on Middle Class Mass Housing (folder 2) in: https://private.mcmh.eu/working-group-2-development-of-a-specific-set-of-concepts-for-mcmh-analyses/  ) + definition of the two terms  – ALL
4. Presentation of the general template of COST – Inês, Alessandra &/or Francesca  (14.15–14.30)
5. Discussion and next steps (30’) – ALL

16h15-18h15 - WG 3 Meeting

Presentation of the group's activities and discussion with the different WG members.
The presentations can be made by the leaders and vice-leaders or else delegated.

1. Short introduction of WG-members (15’) – Uta/ALL
2. Tasks and Deliverables WG 3 (10’) – Uta
3. Posterbook R1 (25’) – Ahmed, Luisa, Olga
4. Policies collecting R3 (10’) – Muge
5. Contribution Case-Study-Template (10’) – Muge
6. Discussion and next steps (20’) – ALL

18h15-19h15 - Roundtable involving all the COST members coordinated by the 3 WG leaders.

1. Discussion Template#2 (in order to close it);
2. Proposal for a “GLOSSARY”;
3. Overlapping the Mapping of “Research Posters” and “Case Studies”;
4. Other issues arising from the WGs meetings.

10h00-12h30 - Parallel Sessions Programs (WG1, 2 and 3)

Pre-recorded presentations of up to 10 minutes by COST members. COST members interested in sharing their work should express their interest to the 3 WG leaders. Recordings of presentations should be sent by 05/03. The following topics are considered as hypotheses: group or individual research, PhD projects and thesis, book releases and/or presentations, chapters articles, videos, etc. in the framework of the European MCMH.

WG1
1. Presentations (30’)
– Konstantina Kalfa (IT) – “Antiparochi and (its) architects: Histories of social forces, spatial politics and the architectural profession in Greece, 1929-74 [Archiparochi]”
– Ana Vaz Milheiro (PT) + Leonor Matos Silva (PT)“Teaching experiences: MCMH – The ideal home: student confinement video records”
– Still place for extra presentations
2. Discussion (30’) – ALL
3. Task + Responsibilities (30’) – ALL

WG2
1. Adrienne Csizmady & Zsuzsanna Fáczányi, “Community Gardening in Large Housing Estates in Budapest” (HUN)
2. Sandra Marques Pereira, Yankel Fijalkow, Clara Sandrini (authors), Claire Roch (music). “Lisbon and Paris. Mass Housing for the Middle Classes” (FRA-PT)
3. Gaia Caramellino and Filippo De Pieri, ”Writing the History of Post-war Housing Complexes and Neighborhoods.  A Take on Research Strategies and Methodologies” (IT)
4. Discussion (30’) – ALL
5. Task + Responsibilities (30’) – ALL

WG3
1. Presentations (30’)
– Frederico Zanfi and Laura Daglio (IT)
– Sandra Treija and Alisa Koroļova (LV)
– Rachelle Alterman and Nuriel Or (IS)
2. Discussion (30’) – ALL
3. Task + Responsibilities (30’) – ALL

13h30 – Core Group Meeting

Each member of the core group will make a summary presentation of that year's activities, what has failed and can be improved, of proposals for the new year (starting May 2021).
These presentations can be pre-recorded or live.
Discussion and agreement on the plan of activities.

16h00 – MC Meeting

Summary presentation of the activities introduced on the site. Chair and Vice-Chair.
Proposed activities for next year - taking into account the constraints of the pandemic (which reduce COST's conventional activities).
Presentation and discussion on the new plan related with ongoing 2nd Grant period (until Oct. 2021) and the correspondent Budget.

18h00 - Closing Lecture

1h20 -minute pre-recorded with Monique Eleb, “Enseigner la vraie maison en France au XXe siècle”

Professeur honoraire de l’École d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais, (1 ère classe, classe exceptionnelle). Retraitée depuis le 1 er octobre 2012. Ex directrice du laboratoire Architecture Culture et Société, de l’École d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais, UMR/AUSSER C.N.R.S./MCC n°3329 (1990- 2012), et chercheuse associée dans ce laboratoire depuis le 1 er octobre 2012.

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