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THURSDAY PAPER SESSIONS
9:00–11:30 a.m.  PS1 Americanizations: Planning the Hemisphere at Midcentury
103 BNCC
  PS2 Building the Kingdom: Architecture for Religious Communities
104 BNCC
  PS3 Function and Fantasy: The Aesthetics of Iron Architecture
108 BNCC
  PS4 Hue and Cry: Color in Contemporary Architecture
109 BNCC
  PS5 Perception and Experience in the Italian Garden, 1500–1750
101D BNCC
  PS6 Shifting the Historiography of the Near East: Re-Interpreting the Past
101B BNCC
  PS7 Framed Views
101C BNCC
   
2:00–4:30 p.m.  PS8 An Architect By Any Other Name: (Re)Contexutalizing “Architects”
103 BNCC
  PS9 The Idea and Building of a Town in the Early Modern Spanish World
104 BNCC
  PS10 Modern Architecture and the Book
108 BNCC
  PS11 Postwar Architecture and the Diplomacy of Furniture
109 BNCC
  PS12 Transnational Architecture Practice in Africa and Asia, 1960s–1980s
101D BNCC
  PS13 Contested Spaces/Reconfigured Spaces
101B BNCC
  PS14 Asia and Middle East
101C BNCC
 
FRIDAY PAPER SESSIONS
9:00–11:30 a.m.  PS15 Archi-Pop
103 BNCC
  PS16 Architectural Archives and the Practice of History
104 BNCC
  PS17 The Architecture of Industry
108 BNCC
  PS18 Between New York and Chicago: Buffalo in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries
109 BNCC
  PS19 The Circulation of Architecture
101D BNCC
  PS20 Freestanding Chapels in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
101B BNCC
  PS21 The Politics of the Past in Modern Asian Architecture
101C BNCC
   
2:00–4:30 p.m.  PS23 American Architecture
104 BNCC
  PS24 Modes of Perception for Early Modern Architecture
108 BNCC
  PS25 Plastics and Architecture: Materials, Construction, and Design
109 BNCC
  PS26 The Racial Discourses of Architectural Historiography
106D BNCC
  PS27 Reevaluating Midcentury “Chaoticism”
106B BNCC
  PS28 Single Rooms
106C BNCC
 
SATURDAY PAPER SESSIONS
9:00–11:30 a.m.  PS29 Architecture and Improvement in Antebellum America
103 BNCC
  PS30 Architecture and the Body: Science and Culture
104 BNCC
  PS31 Conservation, Restoration, and Architectural History
108 BNCC
  PS32 Diasporic Architecture and the Politics of National Identity
109 BNCC
  PS33 International Expositions: Exhibiting “Déntente,” Exposing Tension
101D BNCC
  PS34 Post-Modernism Revisited: The Presence of the Recent Past
101B BNCC
  PS35 Open Session
101C BNCC
 
 


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