CfP: Catalyst Pedagogies and the Pandemic Displacement of Architectural Education. Charrette 7(1)

Call for Papers: Catalyst Pedagogies and the Pandemic Displacement of Architectural Education. Charrette 7(1)

Charrette, the journal of the Association of Architectural Educators (AAE), is pleased to announce the newest call for contributions for issue 7(1), edited by Mina Tahsiri and Sophia Banou.
This special issue, under the theme of “Catalyst Pedagogies and the Pandemic Displacement of Architectural Education”, calls for contributions addressing the implications of the current pandemic on architectural education. For more details and guidelines please visit AAE’s website.
The editors of this issue invite architectural academics, researchers and practitioners to submit contributions to one of the three categories of Charrette: Essay, Project, Freespace. Expressions of interest should be submitted by an Extended Abstract of 500 words to charrette@architecturaleducators.org by Wednesday 3 June 2020. Selected contributions will be invited to submit full papers for the Charrette 7(1) issue to be published in Spring 2021, by 1 September 2020.
In line with the aims of the AAE, the journal aims to:
– Provide a shared medium for the dissemination of both academic peer-reviewed writing and research generated through the architectural design studio
– Articulate contemporary architectural pedagogies
– Demonstrate the breadth and quality of the discourse, actions and outcomes of architectural education
Charrette is also always seeking expressions of interest from potential guest editors. You can submit proposals for future issues at charrette@architecturaleducators.org.
Charrette is an open-access journal and all previously published issues can be accessed here.

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