Architectural Journals as Agents of Activism

Architectural Histories 10th Anniversary Online Panel
CCA elsewhere, in English, online, 9 May 2023, 10am to 11:30am

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Architectural Histories, the journal organises a special online panel, introduced by Samantha L. Martin, Editor-in-Chief, and Manuel Saga Sánchez García, Associate Editor, Architectural Histories.

Rafico Ruiz, CCA Associate Director, Research, together with Allison Levy and Stephen Parnell, discuss editorial politics and Open Access as ways for scholarly publications to perform as agents of activism.

Participation is free and open to scholarly audiences from different fields, backgrounds, and geographies.

You can register here.


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