Architecture and Culture wins the Best New Journal Award from CELJ for 2014

We are delighted to announce that the new Bloomsbury journal Architecture and Culture  has been awarded the Best New Journal Award 2014 by CELJ at the MLA Conference.


The journal, the official publication of the Architectural Humanities Research Association, was launched in 2013 and is a dynamic and pioneering publication, which aims to promote a truly multi-disciplinary approach to architecture and it’s reciprocal interactions with culture.

In commenting on the journal the judges stated that: ‘Architecture and Culture serves as an impressive source for scholarship that is simultaneously inclusive, thoughtful, and substantial. One of the major strengths of this journal is that in its mission to promote a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of architecture it publishes work from an impressive range of scholars. The pages of Architecture and Culture are filled not only with the insights of architectural theorists but also of historians, philosophers, visual artists, and other scholars from an array of disciplines. The journal itself is well edited and pleasingly designed. With its inclusive and multi-disciplinary philosophy, Architecture and Culture stands as an innovative journal that will continue to publish work that informs, surprises, and enriches its field.’

We would like to congratulate the Editors of the journal Igea Troiani, Suzanne Ewing, and Diana Periton, and thank the Reviews Editors, members of the Editorial Advisory Board and everyone involved in developing and producing the journal.

Visit our website for more information on the journal or to subscribe.