IPHS
2022

19 IPHS VIRTUAL CONFERENCE 

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The 19th biennial International Planning History Society (IPHS) conference will be hosted by Delft University.  In response to Russia’s actions in Ukraine, the Council of the International Planning History Society has withdrawn its support for the Moscow Architectural Institute (State Academy)

 

 An alternative hosting arrangement has been made and that the conference will proceed as a two-day virtual event on 5-6 July 2022. 

Professor Carola Hein, History of Architecture and Urban Planning, TU Delft, and IPHS Vice-President, will convene the conference. 

The program will include parallel sessions for the presentation of papers, the Gordon Cherry Memorial Lecture and the IPHS Prizes and Awards 2022. Authors whose abstracts were accepted for the cancelled conference will be contacted regarding the new event. 

The due date for the submission of full papers, prepared using the IPHS conference paper template, will be extended to 30 April 2022. Authors will be asked to indicate whether they wish to have their full paper refereed. Only refereed full papers will be published in the conference proceedings. 

A conference registration fee will apply. Authors who wish to present their papers will be required to pay the registration fee to secure their participation. 

For further information and updates about the conference see the IPHS website at: https://planninghistory.org

 

Please submit your abstracts to EasyChair web site:https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iphs2022

Monday 4 July

15:00- 20:00  

Moscow time

Tuesday 5 July

09:30–19:00

Moscow time

Wednesday 6 July
9:00–17:15
Moscow time