CfP: Architectural Histories

Architectural Histories, the open access journal of the EAHN, is now accepting submissions for the Open Issue of 2017.
Architectural Histories is the international, blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the EAHN that creates a space where historically grounded research into all aspects of architecture and the built environment can be made public, consulted, and discussed. The journal is open to historical, historiographic, theoretical, and critical contributions that engage with architecture and the built environment from a historical perspective. We invite original contributions of the highest quality from scholars and critics in all stages of their career. The journal especially welcomes contributions that stimulate reflection and dialogue about the place of history and historical research within the varied and multifaceted ways in which architecture and the built environment are studied and debated today, across disciplines, cultures and regions. The journal publishes on a continual basis, with new articles coming online as soon as they have passed peer review and copy-editing, in one open issue (running from Jan 1 to Dec 31) as well as one or more special collections per year.
Thanks to support from the European Architectural History Network, and membership of the Open Library of the Humanities, Architectural Histories is able to waive the APC for contributions to the journal.
Articles can be submitted via the online system on journal.eahn.org.

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