EAHN Publication Award 2016

EAHN Publication Award 2016
During the EAHN Business Meeting in Paris on March 5, 2016, a committee was formed to select the best paper published in the EAHN Journal Architectural Histories up till then. The committee consisted of Hilde Heynen (chair), Edoardo Piccoli, Mariann Simon and Jiat-Hwee Chang (representative from the editorial board). The committee received a shortlist of 10 articles, which the editorial board preselected for this award.
Three articles came out as the best. All three stand out as excellent examples of what the journal aims at: to offer a podium for innovative research on different time periods, relying on a wide range of research methodologies and inspiring new research questions and approaches.
The committee awarded the prize to the article by Mari Lending:
Lending, M. (2015). Promenade Among Words and Things: The Gallery as Catalogue, the Catalogue as Gallery. Architectural Histories, 3(1), Art. 20
The two runners-up are:
Ziada, H. (2015). To See (Like) a Crowd. Architectural Histories, 3(1), Art. 13
Grasshoff, G., & Berndt, C. (2014). Decoding the Pantheon Columns. Architectural Histories, 2(1), Art. 18

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