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会议名称:  International Conference on Zagros Traditional Settlements
会议时间:  2008-04-30
会议地点:  Sanandaj,Kurdistan,Iran
会议主题:  The main theme of the conference is the socio- spatial character of traditional settlements in the Zagros mountain area, and will bring together scholars from the Zagros region with national and international academics with experience of res
会议内容:  The first conference on Zagros Traditional Settlements will be co-hosted by the University of Kurdistan and INTBAU (International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism). The main theme of the conference is the socio-spatial character of traditional settlements in the Zagros Mountains area, and will bring together scholars from the Zagros region with national and international academics with experience of researching and studying traditional settlements. The conference will take place in the city of Sanandaj, which was the historic Kurdish capital for many centuries.
Zagros is the name of mountains range shared between three countries of Iran, Iraq and Turkey. They make up Iran and Iraq's largest mountain range and define the western edge of the Iranian plateau and were recognised as the single physical phenomenon which has had a major influence in shaping Kurdish history, people, traditions, and culture.

Conference Objectives
Karaman believe that ?built forms of traditional settlements spring from the physical characteristics of a site?. As the first context in which built form takes shape, there is an interface with social requirements and environment factors such as climate and the social and psychological demands of the community to achieve symbolic and expressive values over the course of time. For Rapoport, traditional built form is highly ?place-specific", which means it is bound up with and determined by place, social parameters and the factor of time.
Considering these leading points, the aim of this conference is to provide a platform for discussion and sharing of information on issues and challenges related to traditional settlements with special emphasis on the socio-spatial character of traditional settlements in the Zagros Mountains area. The conference also aims at stimulating inter-disciplinary discussions and networking to further enhance and enrich the knowledge of academics, practitioners and professionals in traditional settlements.

Topics
We would welcome papers exploring a range of issues relevant to traditional settlements. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:


Abstract Submission
The organizers invite participation by interested academics and professionals. Proposals for papers should be submitted electronically through the websites (www.uok.ac.ir/zts-confe) or as email attachments to the following e-mail: zagros@uok.ac.uk
All abstracts (in English and Persian/Farsi) are limited to one A4 page and should contain the name of author(s), affiliation, postal address, email address, telephone number, title of paper, and a 300-word abstract. Contributor will be informed of acceptance of their abstract as soon as the conference committee receives the abstract. Authors of accepted abstracts will be asked to submit full papers and the guidelines for full papers submission will be provided. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings

Conference Outline
This first conference on Zagros Traditional Settlements is planned from Wednesday 30th April to Friday 2nd May, with a further informal day (Friday 3rd May) for a day tour of the Zivieh Ancient Fortress and Caraftou Ancient Cave northeast of Divandareh City. The main programme includes a day tour of the Awraman-Marivan region in the west of Kurdistan province on Friday 2nd May. Evening entertainment will be provided by local music and dance groups.

Scientific Committee
1. Dr Mahyar Ardeshiri, school of art and architecture, university of Shiraz, Iran
2. Dr Ali Asgari, University of York. Canada
3. Dr. Simon Ayvazian, College of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, Iran
4. Dr Mustafa Behzadfar, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, University of Science and Technology, Iran
5. Dr. Hooshang Dabagh, Department of Civil engineering, university of Kurdistan, Iran
6. Dr. Michel Den賬 ɣole d'architecture de Versailles, ɣole Sp飩ale d'Architecture, Paris, France
7. Dr Drab Diba, College of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, Iran
8. Mr Douglas Duany, Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, USA
9. Dr Rahman Eghbali, University of Qazvin, Iran
10. Dr. Kyoumars Habibi, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, university of Kurdistan, Iran
11. Dr Matthew Hardy, Secretary of International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism, UK
12. Dr Mehrdad Hejazi, Centre for Traditional Structures, University of Isfahan, Iran
13. Dr. Aboulfazl Meshkini, Zanjan university, Iran
14. Dr. Kayoumars Irandoost, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, university of Kurdistan, Iran
15. Dr Peter Kellett, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
16. Dr Ahmad Khoushnouvis, Iranian Cultural Heritage Organization
17. Dr Ali Madanipour, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
18. Dr. Mostafa Momenee, Department of Geography, University of Shahid Beheshti, Iran
19. Dr. Babk Nasroulahbaegi, Department of Civil engineering, Azad University of Sanandaj, Iran
20. Dr Farshad Nourian, College of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, Iran
21. Dr Jahan-Shah Pakzad, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, University of Shahid Beheshti, Iran
22. Dr. Abdoreza Pakshir, school of art and architecture, university of Shiraz, Iran
23. Dr. Parviz Piran, Department of Social Research, Allameh Tabatabaiee University, Iran
24. Dr. Ahmad Poorahmad, Faculty of Geography, University of Tehran, Iran
25. Ahmed Saeednia, Urban Planning department, University of Tehran, Iran
26. Dr. Mozaffar Sarafi, Department of Geography, University of Shahid Beheshti, Iran
27. Dr. Esmaeil shieh, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, University of Science and Technology, Iran
28. Dr Graham Tipple, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Organizing Committee
Dr. Kayoumars Irandoost, University of Kurdistan
Dr. Kyoumars Habibi, University of Kurdistan
Mr. Sirvan Lahoorpour, University of Kurdistan
Mr. Salahedin Molanaei, University of Kurdistan
Mr. Salahedin Vaiesi, University of Kurdistan
Mr. Merdad Yousefzamani, Ph.D Student, University of Science and Technology
Mr. Bakhtiar Bahrami, Ph.D Student , University of Tehran
Mis. Sara Sulaimani, Ph.D Student, University of Science and Technology
Mr. Farshid Gouroohi, Sanandaj Payam-e-Noor University
Mr. Mohammed Rasouli. Kurdistan Housing and Urban Development
Mr Arsalan Tahmasebi, Azad University of Sanandaj
Mr. Behnam Rezwani, Azad University of Sanandaj
Mrs. Senoor Ahmadi, Kurdistan General Governorship
Mr Mansoor qazaqie, Sanandaj Municipality

Official languages
English and Farsi/Persian

Further details
Scientific Committee Secretariat
Dr. Hooshmand Alizadeh
Department of Architecture and Planning
Faculty of Engineering
University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj, Iran
主办单位:   INTBAU
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