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The CHS exists to provide a network and resources for anyone interested in the history of building and the construction history. Members get a subscription to our printed CHS Magazine and The Journal.

CHS RESOURCES
The Construction History Society has the following resources which can be accessed by its members for the purposes of research;
Conference papers
The Journal (older issues are available free online here, newer ones can be ordered)
The CHS Magazine back numbers (formerly called the Newsletter)
In addition we are happy to handle email queries (simply direct them to the secretary@constructionhistory.co.uk).

The following links to further resources may be of interest
 
 
Nicholas Hopkins is selling his father's books collection at
 
Bibliotheca Mechanico-Architectonica (Mainly in Italian; some pages in English)  http://www.bma.arch.unige.it/IT/it_home.html

Spanish Society for the History of Construction   http://www.sedhc.es/
(Proceedings of 7 biennial National Congresses) http://www.sedhc.es/#5

1st International Congress in Construction History, Madrid 2003.
(Proceedings)
http://www.sedhc.es/biblioteca/acta.php?id_act=6&id_cng=4

2nd International Congress in Construction History, Cambridge 2006.
(Proceedings)
http://www.arct.cam.ac.uk/research/researchgroups/sustainablebuilding/traditional-building-construction-research/complete-conference-proceedings-by-author

3rd International Congress in Construction History, Cottbus 2009.
(Proceedings)
http://www.bma.arch.unige.it/ENGL/engl_proceedings_construction_history.html

4th International Congress in Construction History, Paris 2012. (Programme)
http://www.icch-paris2012.fr/#/program/3756247

International conference on "Theory and Practice of construction:
knowledge, means, models: Didactic and research experiences" Ravenna 2005.
(Programme)
http://www.dapt.ing.unibo.it/nuovosito/docenti/gulli/seminario_gulli/seminario%20programma.pdf
(Proceedings) in preparation
 
 
 

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