Call for papers « Concepts of Sacred Spaces in Architecture and its Description in Literature from Early Modern Times to the Present » (deadline: 30 april 2020)

Scientific committee and organization

Scientific committee: Sabine Frommel, Prof. Dr. EPHE Paris-Sorbonne, Hubertus Günther, Prof. em. University of Zurich, Barbara von Orelli-Messerli, PD Dr., Private Docent University of Zurich

Organization: Barbara von Orelli-Messerli, PD Dr. phil. of University of Zurich (UZH


Accédez à l’annonce : Concepts of Sacred Spaces in Architecture

The biennial international conference „A Dialogue of the Arts“, pursues a long-term vision including Early Modern Times up to the present and including all places. It explores the possibilities of widening and enriching the methods of the history of art. The five conferences from 2010 to 2018 dealt with « Descriptions of Architecture in Literature from Early Modern Times to the Present”, first in a general way (2010), then focusing on „Descriptions of Interior Design” (2012), „The Relationship of Exterior and Interior” (2014) and „Reinterpreting Architecture and its Description in Literature” (2016) and finally „The Spatial Turn in Architecture” (2018). The sixth conference will take place from 17th to 18th November 2020 and is devoted to “Concepts of Sacred Spaces in Architecture and its Description in Literature from Early Modern Times to the Present”.


Submissions for a 30-minute presentation to the Scientific Committee should be sent by email to with „CFP Dialogue of the Arts 2016” as subject message. Deadline for proposals : 30 April 2020. The abstracts should include title and a maximum of 500 words; the abstract must be accompanied by a different file with a curriculum vitae (maximum: 1 page), that must include personal identification elements, the submission title, academic affiliation and a selection of a maximum of 5 bibliographic references; notification of acceptance will be announced until 30 May 2020.

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