CfP: Fabrications: OPEN Issue

Call for Papers: Fabrications: OPEN Issue

Fabrications is the refereed journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ). Established in 1989, it is devoted to scholarly publication in the field of architectural history. The journal’s contents reflect the wide interests of the Society’s diverse membership. It publishes papers on a wide range of themes, but especially on the architectural, urban and landscape history of Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and South-East Asia. The journal is published for the Society by Taylor & Francis, with each annual volume containing three issues.
Fabrications: The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand invites papers for the OPEN issue (Vol. 30, No. 3) edited by Mirjana Lozanovska and Cameron Logan. The Open Issue of Fabrications welcomes papers evolving from individual research on a range of topics related to architectural history and theory.
Papers are due by 28 March 2020.
For further information on Fabrications and to review past issues, see the Taylor and Francis website.
The full Call for Papers and the Author Guidelines are available here.

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