CfP: Histories of Postwar Architecture – 1968

Call for Papers: Histories of Postwar Architecture – 1968.

One in two Histories of Postwar Architecture issues focuses on one single year in postwar architecture. Histories of Postwar Architecture Issue 2 will be on 1968.
This issue is edited by Micaela Antonucci, Sofia Nannini, Gabriele Neri and Matteo Sintini.
Authors are requested to send proposals limited to that chronological unit or significantly related to any event occurred in that particular year.
Authors must submit directly full papers by 1 February 2018.
Accepted authors will be notified by 28 February 2018. Publication is expected to be in July 2018.
More information can be found here.
Papers should be submitted using www.hpa.unibo.it The guidelines for paper submission are available here.
Authors have to fill in the author’s profile with all the information required as: applicant’s name, professional affiliation, title of paper, abstract, 5 keywords, a brief CV (max 2,000 characters).
Proposals must be submitted in the form of MS Word (length between 20,000 and 80,000 characters).
The submitted papers must be anonymous (delete from the text and file’s properties all information about name, administrator etc.). Papers should clearly define the argument in relation to the available literature and indicate the sources which the paper is based on.
All papers received will go through a process of double-blind peer review before publication.

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