rita_ journal: issue 17

26 / 11 / 2021 – 26 / 01 / 2022
rita_ is an indexed journal of academic texts that publishes articles, essays and critical reviews, related to the project, theory and practice of architecture from its widest spectrum of action and thought. It is a biannual publication in paper and digital format that publishes original works not previously published in other journals, books or edited conference proceedings. The language of the edition is in Spanish, but also has titles, abstracts and keywords in English. The content is evaluated by a team of referees appointed by the Associated Schools of Architecture, according to the refereeing system that guarantees the confidentiality of the process.

The open Call For Papers is in Spanish or Portuguese and is open to teachers, graduate students, or professionals with a master’s or doctoral degree. Submitting a text implies entering the pre-selection process for publication in the journal rita_. The submission of texts for potential publication in rita_ does not imply any cost for the author.

The deadline for submissions is January 26 2022. 

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