Appel à communication “New cities in the Mediterranean of the 19th and 20th centuries” (date limite : 30 avril 2020)

Comité scientifique

Giulio Barazzetta (POLIMI), Imane Bennani (UIR), Francesco Collotti (DiDA), Lorenzo Ciccarelli (DiDA), Saloua Ferjani (ENAU), Lamia Hadda (DIDA), Saverio Mecca (DiDA), Faouzi Mahfoudh (INP), Mohammed Marzak, Adele Picone (UNINA), Attilio Petruccioli (POLIBA), Marco Rosario Nobile (UNIPA), Ahmed Saadaoui (FLAHM), Giuseppe De Luca (DIDA)


Accédez à l’appel : New cities in the Mediterranean

The purpose of this meeting is to represent a moment of reflection to discuss, reason and deepen the main architectural themes related to the creation of “new cities” and new districts between the 19th and 20th centuries and, above all, to encourage the exchange of experiences between researchers and teachers from different Mediterranean countries.
The invitation to participate in the Congress extends to all those interested in one of the topics listed below through an oral presentation and/or a poster presentation.

Work areas
1. Colonial cities and new urban architectural structures
2. Urban additions and old cities
3. Founding city and mining cities
4. Tourist areas and their critical interpretations
5. Rural and urban either as opposite or as complementary experiences


To submit a paper it is necessary to send a 300-word abstract as a maximum, with the title, name, affiliation, subject and email of the author(s). Abstracts may be submitted in Italian, English or French and should be sent to one of the following addresses:,  no later than 30 April 2020.

Citer ce billet
Pascal Fort (2020, 18 février). Appel à communication “New cities in the Mediterranean of the 19th and 20th centuries” (date limite : 30 avril 2020). Carnet de veille UMR AUSser. Consulté le 25 juin 2024, à l’adresse

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