Release of JSAH 80th Anniversary Virtual Issue

by SAH News | Aug 03, 2021
80 Years of JSAHThe Society of Architectural Historians is pleased to announce part one of a special online-only, virtual issue of the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (JSAH) commemorating the Journal's 80th year of publication.

To celebrate JSAH's legacy, JSAH Editor David Karmon and former editor Keith Eggener invited scholars to select those articles from the Journal's full catalog, going back to its debut in 1941, that they deemed to be of special value in their various areas of expertise. These scholars have composed short introductions to their selections, explaining why they considered these essays significant, how they opened up new avenues for investigation, or how they shifted the broader discourse in new directions. This first virtual anniversary issue contains eight full-length essays each accompanied by a new introduction. Part two of the virtual issue will be released in the coming months.

Read the anniversary virtual issue: 80 Years of JSAH

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