October 31, 2021

Deadline Extended: Charrette 8(1). Race and Space: Changing the architectural narrative

Editors are pleased to announce the call for papers for issue 8(1) of Charrette, the journal of the Association of Architectural Educators (AAE), which will be guest edited Ann de Graft-Johnson and Renée Tobe.

This issue, under the theme of Race and Space: Changing the architectural narrativecalls for research and commentary and critical reflection on the state of play relating to the context and content of architectural education, as well as present personal narratives relating to race and space. For more details and guidelines please visit the publication website.

xEditors invite architectural academics, researchers, practitioners and students, to submit contributions to one of the three categories of Charrette: Essay, Project, Freespace. Contributions should be submitted as full papers to charrette@architecturaleducators.org by the extended deadline of 31 October 2021Charrette 8(1) will be published in Spring 2022.

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. Proposals for future issues are welcomed at charrette@architecturaleducators.org.

Charrette is an open-access journal and all previous published issues can be accessed here.

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