Architectural Histories is the international, blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the EAHN - European Architectural History Network that creates a space where historically grounded research into all aspects of architecture and the built environment can be made public, consulted, and discussed. The journal is open to historical, historiographic, theoretical, and critical contributions that engage with architecture and the built environment from a historical perspective.
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We are happy to announce that Tommaso Zerbi's article ‘Pelagio Palagi's Floating Castles:“Risorgimental Neo-Medievalism”, Architectural Ephemera, and Politics at the Court of Savoy’ published in Architectural Histories volume 9 2021, has been shortlisted for the Alexander Prize of the Royal Historical Society.The Royal Historical Society’s Alexander Prize is awarded for a journal article or essay [...]
We are glad to announce that the following candidates have been selected for the Architectural Histories Editorial Workshop, which will take place on June 15th ahead of the EAHN 2022 Madrid Biennial Conference. We received 58 applications, which made the selection highly competitive. We are impressed by the range of topics, disciplines, and skills that all of they represent, and we believe that [...]
The Editorial Board of Architectural Histories is pleased to communicate the success of our most recent call for new editors, which was launched on May 21st. We received a total of 36 applications, many from stellar scholars who are already involved in EAHN and other international academic networks. We greatly appreciate the support of our community in disseminating and [...]
Mark E.T. Horn, Peter R. Proudfoot
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Mark E.T. Horn and Peter R. Proudfoot