MoMoWo Symposium 2018 : International Conference | Women’s Creativity since the Modern Movement (1918-2018): Toward a New Perception and Reception – Turin (Italie) – 13-16 Juin 2018
MoMoWo Symposium 2018 : International Conference | Women’s Creativity since the Modern Movement (1918-2018): Toward a New Perception and Reception
dont participations de :
– Learning from Lina: an Architecture of Twentieth Century for Nowadays / Alessandra Criconia (Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Architecture and Design | Italy) et Elisabeth Essaïan
(National School of Architecture, ENSA Paris Belleville | France) (13 juin 2018)
– Woman Architects during the First Years after the Russian Revolution: the Education, Early Work and Scientific Approach of Lydia Komarova / Leda Dimitriadi (Paris-Malaquais School of Architecture, Architecture, Culture, Society, 19th–21st Century Research Laboratory | France) (14 juin 2018)
Lieu : Politecnico di Torino – Lingotto Campus, Via Nizza 230, Turin (Italie)
Date : 13-16 Juin 2018
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Extrait du site : After almost four years of successful project activities, and in accordance with the MoMoWo mission, the International Conference | Women’s Creativity since the Modern Movement (1918-2018): Toward a New Perception and Reception continues to increase the visibility of creative women, to foster in Europe and beyond interdisciplinary and multicultural approaches to the study of the built environment “from the spoon to the city”, and to facilitate the exchange of research results and professional practices in the fields of architecture, civil engineering and design.
Though the scope of the project is European, the scholarly and professionals communities are invited to submit papers related not only to Europe’s geographical framework but also its transcontinental aspects.
The main purpose of the MoMoWo Symposium is to map the general state of research about tangible and intangible cultural heritage created by women in 100 years, in order to give a new impetus to broaden studies in Europe and beyond.
MoMoWo’s Scientific Committee defined seven main topics in order to achieve a thematic balance able to provide an extensive oversight of the academic researches and professional experiences.