Architectural Histories’ 10th Anniversary Roundtable: Agents of Activism

May 9, 2023

In celebration of Architectural Histories’ 10th anniversary, the journal pleased to invite you to a special online panel organized around the discussion of editorial politics and Open Access as ways for scholarly publications to perform as agents of activism.

This activity is 100% online, free and open to scholarly audiences from different fields, backgrounds, and geographies. We particularly encourage emergent scholars to participate and pose their questions on Open Access and editorial activism.

Tuesday May 9th
10:00am ET time / 15:00 UK time / 16:00 CET time

Registration link:

Special guests:
Dr. Stephen Parnell – Newcastle University, joint Editor-in-Chief of the ARENA Journal of Architectural Research.
Dr. Allison Levy – Director for Brown University Digital Publications.
Dr. Rafico Ruiz – Associate Director of Research at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal.

MArch. Nokubekezela Mchunu – Junior Fellow at Architectural Histories. PhD student University College Dublin.

Prof. Samantha L. Martin – Editor-in-Chief Architectural Histories. University College Dublin.
Dr. Manuel Saga Sánchez García – Associate Editor Architectural Histories. Dumbarton Oaks.

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