CfP: Studies in Modern Architecture, Urban Planning, and their Historiographies of East-Central Europe. Journal of the Kalisz Society of Friends of Sciences

Call for Papers: Studies in Modern Architecture, Urban Planning, and their Historiographies of East-Central Europe. Journal of the Kalisz Society of Friends of Sciences

Scholars of various backgrounds and interests are invited to consider their contribution to the 21st edition of the respected „Zeszyty Kaliskiego Towarzystwa Przyjaciół Nauk”, a print and electronic academic journal (est. 1995) by the Kalisz Society of Friends of Sciences (Poland).
The forthcoming volume will be focused on the architectural and urban history of the East-Central European area from the late 18th to the late 20th Century. The journal publishes essays concerning case studies, meta-historical studies, comparisons and discussions of historiography in Polish, German and English. Proposals, responding to the thematic scope of this edition should be in a form of a 300-word, entitled abstract, proposed before 25 March 2021. Prior to the acceptation of successful proposals, the issue editor, dr. Makary Górzyński, will ask you to submit a full-length article (20 000 characters) following the journal editorial guidelines. In the next stage, every submission will be independently reviewed (double-blind review). The 21st edition of the journal will be published by the end of 2021.
For more information, you can visit the journal website or contact the editor directly at makarygorzynski@gmail.com.
The call for papers with more information and detail can also be accessed here.

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