First Themed Issue of Architectural Histories: Culture of Crisis

Culture of Crisis, the first themed issue of Architectural Histories, the Open Access Journal of the EAHN, is now online at http://journal.eahn.org/collections/special.

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The issue examines the multiple and complex relationships of architecture as a practice, a discipline or a field of knowledge with historical instances of crisis. It contemplates the social role of architecture in advancing or challenging social priorities and biases; the role of architectural education in the ups-and-downs of the construction industry; the subversive potentials of art, architecture and urbanism; and indeed the complicity or resistance of architecture in the face of historical antecedents to our own culture of crisis.

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