CfP: Architectural History, SAHGB Journal

Call for Papers: Architectural History, the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Journal
The Editors of Architectural History now welcome submissions on all subjects, time period and geographies on a year-round basis, with the aim of providing readers’ reports and a decision to publish within three months of receipt.
The Society of Architectural Historian of Great Britain’s principal publication, Architectural History, is sent to all members and to subscribing libraries around the world. It is a double-blind, peer-reviewed international journal that publishes significant original and interpretive research on buildings, the built environment, the history of architectural theory, and architectural historiography, in all places and periods. Articles in Architectural History are intended to be rigorous, analytical, and, although closely focused, also contextualize their subject and explore its relevance in relation to wider issues concerning the history and understanding of architecture. Volume 61 was published September 2018 and its content is visible at this link.
Click here to find out how to send an article to Architectural History and for the Contributors’ Notes.
In due course, the journal will also be available via a second digital platform, with immediate access to the latest content for Society members and subscribing institutions.
Architectural History’s current Editorial Team is: Anthony Gerbino (Lead Editor), Emily Mann (Deputy Editor), Geoff Brandwood, David Hemsoll, Julian Holder, Judi Loach, Lea-Catherine Szacka, and Otto Saumarez-Smith, with Paul Davies and Robert Proctor (Book Review Editors).​

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