Contribute to Architecture and Culture
Architecture & Culture is concerned with the relationship of culture to architecture – with the culture that surrounds architecture, and the way architecture embodies and articulates culture. Culture may be understood broadly, as the practices of a people or society, or more specifically, as the habits of architecture as a discipline. We are interested in questioning architecture’s disciplinary boundaries, and investigating closely its reliance on other disciplines, other cultures.
Architecture and Culture is a critical platform to rethink architectural research in relation to a wider scope of the humanities. The journal's thematic issues for example, on filmmaking and visual research, expand and interrogate the range, methods and output of research writing and making. ‘Thinking through architecture’ becomes methodologically significant, and this is inflected in the modes of writing, making, and drawing, featured in the journal. Architecture and Culture is, at once, provocative and thoughtful.’
We encourage submissions from all those interested in architecture’s cultures, whether practitioners, emerging or established scholars, or collaborative researchers. We welcome contributions those studying architecture from within its disciplinary orbit, as well as those observing it from other viewpoints. The work that we publish will be exploratory in its approach, compelling to read, and rigorous in its research and execution. It should raise challenging questions in the pursuit of new understandings.
Submissions may be predominantly visual – for instance, an essay based on images, with short, critical supporting text – or they may be predominantly verbal, using images for illustration. They may be structured as expository arguments or essays, or presented in alternative forms, such as poems, short stories, or other compositions. They may be linked to digital sound recordings, videos or other image files. Whatever their form, they will be engaging and coherent.
Architecture and Culture, the international award winning, peer-reviewed journal of the Architectural Humanities Research Association, investigates the relationship between architecture and the culture that shapes and is shaped by it.
The maximum length for a submission is 8,000 words, including notes and references. The maximum number of images to appear in print form is 8.
Authors can expect to receive a response within 16 weeks of making a submission. Those submissions that are to be taken further will be anonymously peer reviewed. Our editorial practice aims to be constructively critical, respecting an author’s voice and position while working to tune submissions to the highest level of quality and readability.
Deadline for submissions: submissions are accepted at any time. We publish at least one open issue per year.
Issue publication (online and print): July of each year.
All contributing authors receive free e-prints of their publication.
Architecture & Culture is the Journal of the Architectural Humanities Research Association (AHRA). For information about AHRA, see http://www.ahra-architecture.org
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Upload submissions at: https://www.editorialmanager.com/archcult/default.aspx or via the journal’s website.
If you have any queries, please contact:
Igea Troiani: [email protected]
Diana Periton: [email protected]