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Programme for Conference and Annual General Meeting 2017

19th February 2017

We are delighted to announce the Annual general Meeting will be held at the conference on Saturday 8 April 2017. The Annual Lecture will be by Tom F. Peters entitled “”Culture, Construction and Bridge Building: Western and Chinese traditions in construction technology”. The annual general meeting and lecture are free to all members. The full programme of the rest of the conference is now available to download here

13th November 2016

Fourth CHS Annual Conference 7-9 April 2017

The Fourth Annual Conference of the Construction History Society will be held in Queens’ College, Cambridge between the 7 and 9 April 2017. The call for abstracts has been released and was extended until 14 October 2016. For more details click here

Call for Abstracts for Annual Conference Extended

1st October 2016

We have extended the deadline for the call for abstracts until 14 October.

Call for Abstracts for 2017 conference

4th August 2016

The call for abstracts is now out for the 2017 conference taking place in April 2017 in Queens’ College, Cambridge.

AGM and Annual Lecture 2016

10th March 2016

The AGM will take place in the Fitzpatrick Hall in Queens’ College, Cambridge at 11.30 on Saturday 9 April (Tea and biscuits available from 11.00). It will be followed by the Construction History Society Annual Lecture. This year’s lecture is:

Professor Tom Peters

Culture, Concept and Bridge Building:Western and Chinese traditions in construction technology

Venue: Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens’
Start Time: Immediately after the AGM (c.11.45-12)
Duration: 1 Hour

Conference Booking now available

27th January 2016

Conference booking  for the Third Annual Conference in Queens’ College, Cambridge is now available online. Confirmation of acceptance of papers will be sent out by 1 February.

Construction History joins citation indices

2nd November 2015

We are delighted to announce that Construction History is now abstracted and indexed in the Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI) as well as in the Current Contents/Arts & Humanities and it is fully searchable on the WEB OF SCIENCE (all produced by Thomson Reuters). It is furthermore abstracted and indexed in SCIMAGO and SCOPUS (Elsevier). Papers from past volumes of Construction History are available on JSTOR and ProQuest.
This means all our authors can be sure of maximum exposure for their work.

Proceedings for Second Conference available for sale

20th October 2015

The Proceedings for both the first and the second conferences on construction history are now available to order online under publications on our website click here

Third CHS Annual Conference 8-9 April 2016

20th August 2015

The Third Annual Conference of the Construction History Society will be held in Queens’ College, Cambridge on the 8 and 9 April 2016. The call for abstracts has been released and abstracts should be submitted by 30 September 2015. For more details click here

AGM 21 March Cambridge

25th February 2015

Annual General Meeting

The annual general meeting of the society will take place on Saturday 21 March at Queens’ College Cambridge at 11.30 as part of the annual conference. All members of the society are welcome to come to the meeting free of charge and it will be followed by the annual lecture. This year’s annual lecture is by Professor Linda Clarke. Title: Valuing Construction Labour. If you wish to attend but are not coming to the conference please contact the secretary.

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19/02/17

We are delighted to announce the Annual general Meeting will be held at the conference on Saturday 8 April 2017. The Annual Lecture will be by Tom F. Peters entitled “”Culture, Construction and Bridge Building: Western and Chinese traditions in construction technology”. The annual general meeting and lecture are free to all members. The full programme of the rest of the conference is now available to download here

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