APT Congress 2014 ‘Métissage’ 26-30 October 2014. Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, Quebec (Canada) Deadline: 1 March
Call for Papers
APT Congress 2014
From 26 to 30 October 2014. Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, Quebec (Canada)
Call for Papers
Our theme this year, Métissage, reflects both the spirit behind the historic city of Québec, and the spirit we will foster at this year’s Conference: The Fruitful Encounter of Differences. The APT Québec City 2014 Conference will provide an opportunity to reflect on and explore the concept of métissage as it relates to the built environment and what we each bring to share and learn.
The Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) is a cross-disciplinary, membership organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for conserving historic structures and their settings. Membership in APT provides exceptional opportunities for networking and the exchange of ideas.
Abstracts are to be submitted by March 1, 2014. Click here for more informations.
Students from all areas of study in Historic Preservation and Conservation are encouraged to apply for an APT Student Scholarship to participate in the APT Québec City 2014 Conference. Applications are accepted by submitting an abstract that summarizes research and/or a project that addresses the 2014 Conference theme and tracks described below. (http://www.apti.org/2014-conference-english/call-for-abstracts-students/)
In addition, attendees can earn a year’s worth of CEUs. The Conference and its related events will provide the opportunity to present lessons learned from one of the most historic yet ever changing cities.
APT Paper Presentations
Authors are encouraged to submit abstracts that fit within the three broad tracks listed above. Potential topics are listed but the abstracts do not have to necessarily fit these example topics, just the track. Abstracts are to be submitted by March 1, 2014.
Notification of acceptance of abstracts will be made in April 2014.
Confirmation of speakers’ participation and attendance at the Conference will be required immediately following the invitation to present.
The concept of métissage will be explored at a variety of scales (Territory, Building, and Tectonic) and across a range of structures from the vernacular to the monumental.
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The Conference will be in English and French. Keynote sessions, paper presentations and the APT Annual General Meeting will also be simultaneously interpreted English<>Spanish