Enquiry: the ARCC Journal of Architectural Research, 2013 edition

Call for Submissions, Enquiry: the ARCC Journal of Architectural Research, November/December 2013
Vol 10, No 1 (2013).  Submission deadline: October 15, 2013.  Submission process: Online (authors must register with journal website).  http://Www.arcc-journal.org/
Enquiry / The ARCC Journal of Architectural Research would like to extend a Call for Submissions for the 2013 edition of the journal. Rather than limited to a disciplinary concern, Enquiry is focused on quality of research in architecture. Research is qualified not just by the accuracy of its findings, but also the consequence of its findings. However, to speculate effectively, with conviction and evidence, requires a space where methodology, evidence, and speculation can be presented and discussed in a credible arena.  Enquiry would like to offer the academic community in architecture that arena.
Submission
Potential authors need to register at the Journal’s website in order to submit an article for consideration http://www.arcc-journal.org/index.php/arccjournal/user/register. Articles should be written in English and be between 3000 and 8000 words. They should include an abstract and keywords located before the introduction. The authors’ names should not appear anywhere on the titlepage or manuscript as the journal is blind peered reviewed. Files should be in .doc, .docx or .rtf fomats. Total file size should not exceed 2megs in size. Images may be embedded in files submitted for review, but they should be at screen resolution. Images may be uploaded as supplementary material if they are located for placement in the main text. Full submission guidelines can be found at www.arcc-journal.org/index.php/arccjournal/information/authors.
About Enquiry
Architectural research frequently enlists technical, historical, and cultural information in a fashion that sits uneasily under any one discipline. For this reason, architectural research is given an interdisciplinary framework, borrowing frequently from engineering, history, geography and ethnography. While this diversity of content is one of its strengths, its inconsistent methodology has the capacity to undermine its scholastic merit. To this end, the goal of Enquiry  is to establish research as an effective domain of architectural knowledge production. Enquiry is an online, peer-reviewed journal (Online ISSN: 2329-9339) focused on framing, expanding, and distributing the growing body of architectural research. It is published by the Board of the Architectural Research Centers Consortium (ARCC) as a source for information on research in architecture.
The journal is double blind peer reviewed and invites submissions on a wide variety of topics addressing architectural knowledge including aspects of urban design, interior design, planning and landscape architecture.
Executive Editor, M. Katherine Wingert-Playdon, Temple University
Managing Editor, Philip D Plowright, Lawrence Technological University
Associate Editor, Jeremy P Voorhees, Temple University
Advisory Board
Dr. Keith Diaz Moore, The University of Kansas, USA
Leonard Bachman, University of Houston, USA
Aron Temkin, Norwich University, USA
Dr. Barbara Klinkhammer, Philadelphia University, USA
Dr. Michelle Rinehart, The Catholic University of America, USA
Editorial Board
Dr. Anirban Adhya, Lawrence Technological University, USA
Dr. Mark Cabrinha, Cal Poly, USA
Mollie Claypool, Architectural Association/University College London, UK
Dr. Thomas Daniell, University of St Joseph, Macau SAR, China
Dr. Lynne M. Dearborn, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Michael D. Gibson, Kansas State University
Dr. Hazem Rashed-Ali, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
Dr. Alexandra Staub, Penn State University, USA
Dr. Michelangelo Sabatino, University of Houston, USA

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