Its themes revolve around the relationship of architecture(s) with questions of the politics, media and society. Its remit can be broadly defined as a socio-political consideration of the built environment. Areas of interest include (but are not restricted to): architecture, urbanism, regeneration, heritage, cultural and political identity, human geography and the mediated representation and environments. Multidisciplinary papers are welcomed as particularly pertinent to the journal’s diverse perspective. Papers with a historical focus are welcome.
The journal publishes one article monthly online and has a print edition on a two year publication cycle. Please submit abstracts, works in progress or completed texts for consideration.