In 2011 the first Editorial Board of Architectural Histories was formed. In order to initiate the periodical renewal of the Board, applications for three new members are invited.
The Editorial Board is responsible for the content of Architectural Histories. Board members work with the editor-in-chief to guide potential contributions from submission through peer review up to the copy-editing stage. Members thus carry considerable responsibility for the content and quality of the journal. They are expected to seek out and solicit contributions from their various academic networks. Read more...
Posted on 05 Oct 2016
We are pleased to announce that the Architectural Histories will no longer charge APCs to authors, thanks to a new partnership with Open Library of Humanities (OLH). OLH will provide funding for a proportion of articles published over the coming year, with EAHN continuing to support the remaining publications.
The new funding model will apply to journal submissions received after October 1st 2016.
Posted on 21 Sep 2016
On the occasion of the Tenth Anniversary of the EAHN, we invite scholars to join us in rethinking one of our founding questions, namely, how to interpret the inextricable ties between knowledge and geopolitics, an issue that arose from the naming of our network. How can we unpack the significance of “Europe” for our scholarly domain today? Specifically, we are interested in the shifting locus of the power to shape intellectual discourse. Within architectural history we have witnessed Europe cede its position as intellectual hub to North America. But in an increasingly global world, we ask how new distributions of power are currently affecting the production of architectural knowledge. We dedicate a special issue of Architectural Histories to this question.
Please send abstracts (500 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1, 2016. Full papers will be expected by January 31, 2017. The publishing fee for accepted articles will be waived.
You can download the full Call for Papers here.
Posted on 22 Aug 2016