News and updates from ENCOUNTER

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26.11.2019: New working definition for castles and country estates in The Netherlands

25.11.2019: Successful ENCOUNTER conference in Amsterdam, October 2019

25.11.2019: ENCOUNTER volume ‘Estate Landscapes in Northern Europe’ in the running for American Prize

25.11.2019: New project: The experiences of shopping in the long eighteenth century

22.11.2019: New dissertation: Well situated. Analysis on Holland’s country estates and their landscapes (1630-1730)

22.11.2019: Digitized collection of photographs from the Swedish estate Börringekloster

21.11.2019: The Attingham Study Programme 3 – 11 June 2020. The Historic House in Ireland. 

21.11.2019: Vanhakylä Manor – National Landscape to restoration

27.08.2019: Call for papers: The 18th annual Historic Houses Conference “Welcome and Unwelcome Guests: The Visitor and the Country House”

27.08.2019: RECS-Colloquium “Leonhard Cristoph Sturm and the theory of architecture in the early 18th century”, Berlin Dec 6th.

26.08.2019: Announcement: sKBL International Summer School 2020 on the country houses in the Amsterdam region.

26.08.2019: Report: INNOCASTLE Symposium, June 29th 2019, Arnhem, NL

21.08.2019: 5th ENCOUNTER conference “The Country House and the City”, Amsterdam October 2nd.

20.08.2019: Research project: The manor house and the Norwegian museum landscape.

23.04.2019: First publication from ENCOUNTER. Book release May 2019.

12.04.2019: May 9th-10th, ENCOUNTER workshop on Account Books as Sources in Country House Research, Tübingen, Germany

27.03.2019: Article: What do visitors experience in historical gardens?

26.03.2019: New Research on Wollaton Hall and Park, Nottingham, UK

22.03.2019: Research project: Topography of Power

14.03.2019: Project INNOCASTLE: INNOvating policy instruments for historic CASTLEs, manors and estates

06.03.2019: New Book: Wallpapers at Temple Newsam 1635 to the present