EAHN - European Architectural History Network

The European Architectural History Network supports research and education by providing a public forum for the dissemination of knowledge about the histories of architecture. Based in Europe, it is open to architectural historians and scholars in allied fields from all countries. The network seeks to overcome limitations imposed by national boundaries and institutional conventions through pursuit of the following aims:
 - Increasing the visibility of the discipline among scholars and the public.
 - Promoting scholarly excellence and innovation.
 - Fostering inclusive, transnational, interdisciplinary, and multicultural approaches to the history of the built environment.
 - Encouraging communication among the disciplines that study architecture, space, and the built environment.
 - Facilitating the open exchange of research results.
 - Providing a clearinghouse for information related to the discipline.

The European Architectural History Network was established in 2005 as a network of scholars. Since 2006 the Technical University in Delft has provided an office and administrative support. The network has grown steadily in the last years. As of January 2013, it had 1686 members from more than 30 countries. The EAHN members represent many different fields and disciplines

Member: Ana Maria Tavares Martins & João Rocha

Link: https://eahn.org/