Call for papers: DOCONF2021 – Facing Post-Socialist Urban Heritage Deadline: 31st March 2021

Docomomo International is pleased to announce that the Call for Papers for the DOCONF2021 – happening in Budapest, 8-9 October 2021 – with the theme “Facing Post-Socialist Urban Heritage”, is open until 31st March 2021.

“The DOCONF2021 is the 4th international doctoral / postdoctoral conference in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, and planning organized by the Department of Urban Planning and Design, Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME).

The DOCONF gives the chance for young researchers to find relevant international context regarding their research topic, to present and discuss in a conference, and to publish a final full paper (15000 – 20000 signs) in the double peer-review DOCONF2021 e-proceedings, or a research poster in the DOCONF exhibition. However, DOCONF gives chance for further publication in scientific journals related to our network (30000-40000 signs). In addition, you could discover Budapest, the capital city of Hungary!

DOCONF2021 proposes:
six conference sessions with presentations:
1. mass housing
2. shrinking cities
3. the fifties
4. resilience
5. re-collective
6. leisurescapesand a research poster: next normal session

Every session is prepared, proofread, and moderated by three academics, members of the scientific board, who are university teachers, and most of them are doctoral supervisors 1) at the BME Department of Urban Planning and Design, Budapest;  2) at a university in another post-socialist country; 3) and in a Western country.

For abstract submission give your doctoral data, select your main session (and a second possible), write your title and  250-300 words long abstract proposal related to the general topic of the DOCONF series Facing Post-Socialist Urban Heritage, and to the special topic of your main session.”

For more information go to the DOCONF2021 website or visit the DOCONF series website.

Docomomo International ISC/U+L is a partner.

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