The editors of Dialectic X welcome proposals for personal essays, academic articles, interviews, film, audio, or mixed media submissions that consider how contemporary architects and scholars of architecture are using their tools and training to pursue climate equity and environmental justice.
The SAH IDEAS Research Fellowships have been established to support a cohort of five emerging scholars per year, self-identifying as members of groups historically marginalized by SAH and the academy at large.
As urbanization intensifies all over the world, so do contestations over how city space is produced.
For those working on dynastic or hereditary issues in architectural history that either belong to the Victorian period, or clearly converge with it
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.
Like no others, these photographers are capable of portraying the intimate everyday world of the residents because they themselves are part of it.
An online panel discussion dedicated to Ph.D students in History of Architecture organized by the Politecnico di Milano.
The Bruno Zevi Foundation annually holds an international competition to award a prize for a historical-critical essay offering an original analysis of an architectural work, theme or architect of the past or present.
This session invites contributions that consider how the skills inherent in the practices of early modern of sculpture transferred to the production of architecture and vice versa.
This session invites contributions that consider the various literary formats in which architectural design theories were formulated during the Renaissance (ca.1300-1700).
This podcast deals with histories of architecture and the built environment.
Call for Papers: Stoà Journal n. 3. Renderings A thorough examination of the effects of architectural renderings in the context of didactics and pedagogy for architectural design has not been systematically conducted so far. This is perhaps due to the short time since...