The Built Heritage Debate / A Questão do Património
Keywords:Built heritage, Ibero-american
In 2015 the Department of Architecture of FCTUC organized the annual International Meeting of PHI Network, which took place in Coimbra from November 18th to the 20th. The event integrated an internal meeting of the Network and a public seminar that focused on the cultural diversity of perspectives related with heritage intervention, with the presence of teachers from the mentioned international and national universities. Both events are now portrayed in this issue of JOELHO — Journal of Architectural Culture.
In this context, we also decided to launch a call for papers dedicated to “The Question of Built Heritage” which are publish in this Joelho.
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