Your browser is out-of-date.

In order to have a more interesting navigation, we suggest upgrading your browser, clicking in one of the following links.
All browsers are free and easy to install.

 
  • in vitruvius
    • in magazines
    • in journal
  • \/
  •  

research

magazines

newspaper

selections

The College of Design, Construction and Planning of University of Florida, together with Flagler College in St. Augustine invite professionals and students to discuss sustainability and adaptation in cities with historical value.

Founded in 1565, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied city in North America. The conference also displays itself as commemoration of the 450th anniversary of the town’s foundation by Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles. The activities include a series of walkthroughs around the city evoking historical settlements as sustainable examples from the past for the future construction and planning of post-moderns cities. 
The submission Process for paper proposals includes the delivery of abstract of 500 words tops, such as a short author’s biography, also with the maximum length of 500 words. All files must be submitted in pdf. extension to this e-mail. 
Deadlines 
15 January 2014
Proposal/biosketch submission
10 February 2014
Notification of acceptance by Program Committee
Refereeing track
1 April 2014
Submission to Program Committee of Draft Paper
Comments on Draft Paper – by 1 May 2014
1 June 2014
Submission to Program Committee of Final Paper (to be included in the proceedings) 
Registrations for the conference will begin around early February. Keep up with the process on the event’s website
St. Augustine Cathedral, one of the oldest buildings in the Florida town<br />Diego Delso  [wikkicommons]

St. Augustine Cathedral, one of the oldest buildings in the Florida town
Diego Delso [wikkicommons]

16th International Planning History Society Conference

inscription dates
in 15/01/2014


Flager College
74 King Street St. Augustine, Florida
USA

source
IPHS 2014 PR
St Augustine USA

share


© 2000–2017 Vitruvius
All rights reserved

The sources are always responsible for the accuracy of the information provided