Resources for Applicants and Grantees

All packages submitted as part of a grant should contain the following. Templates are provided of the quiz, handout, abstract, and PowerPoint presentation for your reference. Example modules are also specified as a suggested resource when assembling you lecture materials.

The full Guideline Packet can be downloaded here. Below is a summary of submission requirements.


Grant Submission Guidelines


Deliverables:

Course Syllabus (document should be .docx):

  • Course description
  • Structure and lectures

Lecture abstract: One paragraph summary of each lecture

  • Please reference the Abstract template provided for additional guidance.
  • Readings per lecture (required and suggested)
  • Contributor Bio(s)

Bibliography (document should be .docx):

  • One document
  • Divided by Lecture

Quiz (document should be .docx):

  • Please reference the Quiz template provided for additional guidance.
  • One quiz per lecture
  • 5-20 short questions with answers noted. If the quiz is multiple choice, simply bold the correct choice. If it is short answer, please provide the answer below the question.
  • Provide questions and answers in one document

Handout, one per lecture, noting the following (document should be .docx):

  • Please reference the Handout template provided for additional guidance.
  • Lecture abstract (copied from the syllabus) 
  • Key Terms (themes, places, building, dates)
  • Two or three required readings (you can also add suggested readings). Readings can also be cross-listed in the syllabus.

Slides (PowerPoint file, document should be .pptx)

  • Please reference the PowerPoint template provided for additional guidance.
  • Image Caption: Each image must have an accompanying caption on the slide with a concise identification and rights label with the following elements: year or year range, identification of the work, a place name (usually the city), and creator(s) and patron if knowable, followed by an abbreviated attribution and rights information in parentheses. 



Recently Added Modules


Upcoming GAHTC Events

ACSA, Denver "The New Global: Architectural History Education and the Ethics of Millennial Citizenship," Paper Presentation, March 13-15

AAG, New Orleans "Pedagogy and the Canon," Paper Presentation, Tuesday April 10th at 8:00AM

SAH, St. Paul "Are We Global Yet?," Roundtable, Friday April 20th at 9:00AM

NERWHA, Cambridge "Exploring New Digital Tools for World Historians," Symposium, Saturday April 21, all day symposium

VAF, Potomac "Pedagogical techniques Towards a Global Architectural History," Roundtable, Saturday May 5th at 10:00AM

AHA, Chicago, Panel and Exhibitor, January 3-6, 2019


Coming soon!

Map Builder Tool 

This tool will be embedded into our website and will allow any member to create a map, save that map to their profile, and share their map in a map gallery on GAHTC.org. Working with a designer and cartographer, we are developing the map builder to have a number of basic base maps to choose from (political boundaries, satellite imagery, terrain, etc.) with a toolbar to allow for members to draw, lines, points, circles, rectangles, irregular shapes and text. 

Syllabus Maker & Advanced Search 

The syllabus maker will allow members to construct a course syllabus entirely of GAHTC content. To this end, our web developer will build an advanced search function that allows users to narrow their search by geography, with the search results shown on a 3D globe. Search result relevance will be designated through a heat map. Members can pick items from their results to add to their syllabus or have the system generate a syllabus based on the number of lectures they have selected.  


Current Modules in the Works

Targeted Acquisition Grants

  1. Between Constantinople and Karakorum: The Architecture of Pre-Modern Russia
  2. Global Conservation: Preservation, Reuse and Sustainability
  3. Architectural Links Between the Islamic World and Latin America
  4. Sites and Systems of Indigenous North America (Pre-Columbian Cites and Settlements): The Olmec, Zaptotecs and Mixtecs of Oaxaca, the Mayan of the Yucatan, and the Puebloans of the San Juan and Colorado River Basins
  5. Iranian Domesticity in a Global Context
  6. Southern African Formations of Spatial Culture
  7. Japanese Architecture: History Through Production Systems 
  8. Soviet Constructivism: ‘Design and Politics’ and ‘Utopia in Tatters’
  9. The African City: A Global Architectural History
  10. Church architecture in the Principality of Moldova, 1457-­‐1600
  11. West African Modernism
  12. Indigenous Architectures and the Living Landscape of North America
  13. Oceania’s Pathways: Voyaging and Vernacular Architecture
  14. Gothicness


Research-to-Teaching Grants

  1. The Architecture of Public Housing in the Cold War Middle East: The Example of Iran (1948-68)


Emerging Scholars Grants

  1. Globalizing the Video Architectural History Timeline Project


Untargeted Field Initiated Grants

  1. Technologies of Movement (Part III)
  2. Port Cities Between Global Networks and Local Transformations
  3. A Global History of Architectural Representations
  4. Wood Architecture in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Scandinavia
  5. Mobile Architectures

Global Connections Fellowship

  1. A Global Sea: An Architectural of History of the Caribbean


Teacher-to-Teacher Workshop

  1. Feminist Art and Architecture Pedagogy Workshop