New International Journal of Construction History: Aedificare

The first issue of the new construction history international journal, Aedificare, will be published in January 2017. Aedificare is a multilingual journal with two yearly issues, available both printed and on-line.
It will publish original papers in the field of construction history as well as edited and commented sources, paper reviews and information on on-going research. Junior researchers are warmly welcome to publish their work in progress or achieved studies. Aedificare will propose both varia and thematic issues.
All contributions to the journal, (papers, propositions for a thematic issue…) can be sent to aedificare.revue@gmail.com. Papers will undergo a double blind peer-review to guarantee their scientific quality. Although the first issue is currently under preparation, papers can still be submitted and be considered for this issue.
We thank you in advance for your enthusiasm regarding this new journal and invite you to share this information with anyone who might be interested.
The journal notice and guidelines for authors are available in the five languages accepted for publication: English, Spanish, French, German and Italian.
You can find more information by clicking on the following link:
http://www.histoireconstruction.fr/app/uploads/2016/09/Aedificare-EN.pdf

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