Writingplace Journal #1 Call for Abstracts
We are happy to announce our new initiative: the Writingplace journal. This open access e-journal, published by Nai010 Publishers and TUDelft Open will form the first peer-reviewed,international, journal on architecture and literature.
The journal presents thematic issues, which, while always centered around the productive relationship between architecture and literature,will range from pedagogy, spatial analysis, and critical theory to artistic practices, individual buildings, landscape and urban design. Next to academic articles we open up our journal to the accounts of experiments in education and works of design or spatial analysis in which literary tools have been explored.
All material submitted to the Writingplace journal is subject to a peer-review process. The editorial board consists of contributors of the Writingplace platform, and will be enhanced by guest editors per issue.
Our first issue will focus on Literary Methods in Architectural Education, and explores the potential of literary methods to introduce other perspectives of architectural education, emphasizing more experiential aspects of architecture as well as investigating the power of (literary) imagination to conceive new spatial futures.
We welcome abstracts before July 1st.
Please find the call for abstracts here: