Architecture and Planning History and Theory Research Hub (HT Hub)
A research hub that fosters historical and theoretical research in the fields of architecture, urban planning, urban design and heritage conservation.
Image: The School of Architecture and Planning celebrated its centenary in 2017 with a collaborative book and exhibition project titled The Auckland School: 100 Years of Architecture and Planning. Photograph by Sam Hartnett for the Gus Fisher Gallery.
The Architecture and Planning History and Theory Research Hub (HT Hub) fosters historical and theoretical research in the fields of architecture, urban planning, urban design and heritage conservation. It aims to build local, national and international presence through innovative collaborations and partnerships. This includes cross- or trans-disciplinary research and collaboration between academics, doctoral students and industry. Research interests are international in their scope. The HT Hub also offers particular expertise in the fields of New Zealand, Māori and Pacific architecture, planning, urbanism and heritage. We welcome doctoral expressions of interest in history and theory topics.
SAHANZ / UHPH Conference, 25-27 November 2022
The School of Architecture and Planning is hosting the next conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) and the Australasian Urban History Planning History Group (UHPH) as a joint event, from 25 to 27 November 2022. The conference is titled Ngā Pūtahitanga / Crossings, and explores matters of interest to both groups.
Co-directors: Assoc Prof Julia Gatley and Dr Elizabeth Aitken Rose.
Members of the HT Hub include:
- Dr Elham Bahmanteymouri
- Prof Andrew Barrie
- Dr Anthony Brand
- Prof Deidre Brown
- Dr Andrew Douglas
- Dr Farzaneh Haghighi
- Bill McKay
- Dr Mohsen Mohammadzadeh
- Dr Karamia Müller