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Architectural Theory Review
Architectural Theory Review is an international forum for generating, exchanging and reflecting on architectural theory. It is a review in the sense of a periodical publication containing articles, discussions, and review essays concerned with the contemporary state of architectural theory. But more than this, it uses the notion of review as a verb, to forge a distinct approach to architectural theory and discourse. The journal investigates relationships between current critical issues, the legacy of past debates, and the continued reconfiguration of enduring concerns in architectural theory. ATR values the untimely as well as the propitious – attending to the overlooked and unrealised as well as the projective, and thus allows for critical and even subversive readings of what architectural theory has been, can be and will be. The underpinning for ATR’s editorial approach is thus not a disciplinary field or ideological position, but rather a formal strategy. Each special issue of ATR concentrates on reviewing a particular object – whether a text, a drawing, a building, or otherwise – the implications and legacies of which are addressed by the contributors to that special issue. The selected object is thus a catalyst: a point of departure or contention; of revision, re-evaluation, and review.
Architectural Publications Index, Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, EBSCOhost, Art & Architecture Complete, Art & Architecture Index, Current Abstracts, TOC Premier, OCLC, ArticleFirst, Arts and Humanities Search, Electronic Collections Online and Thomson Reuters Arts and Humanities Citation Index® and Web of Science.
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