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Architectural History: Notes for Contributors
Architectural History is a double-blind, peer-reviewed international journal that publishes significant original and interpretive research on buildings, the built environment, the history of architectural theory and architectural historiography, in all places and from all periods. Articles in Architectural History are expected to be rigorous and analytical, and, although closely focused, to contextualise their subject and explore its relevance in relation to wider issues concerning the history and understanding of architecture.
It is the responsibility of all authors to follow our submission procedure and to ensure that their manuscripts accord with the current version of the Notes for Contributors. The Editors reserve the right to reject submissions that are poorly written. Texts that do not accord with the Notes are also unlikely to progress to publication or may be delayed in doing so.
The journal’s style is based on that of the MHRA Style Guide but with alterations, as set out in subsequent pages. Submissions may be made following MHRA conventions; but if accepted for publication, authors must ensure their texts align with the Architectural History style.