The editors of Arris, the journal of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (SESAH), are seeking contributions to volume 31 (2020) as well as future issues in the form of research articles, field notes, and book reviews.
Established in 1989, Arris is an annual, peer-reviewed print journal that publishes original scholarship on all aspects of the history of architecture and landscape, with a particular interest in the American South. Starting in 2019, it is published in partnership with the University of North Carolina Press. Arris is a benefit of SESAH membership (see https://sesah.org/join-support-contact/#join-us).
Volume 30 (2019) of Arris has just been released. It includes an essay by the late Michael Fazio (Mississippi State) on his modernist education at Auburn, articles also relating to the theme of “southern modernism” as well as reviews of several university press books.
Submissions of articles and field notes for future issues of Arris are accepted on a rolling basis by the editors. Prospective authors should send their work to Mark Reinberger (email@example.com) and Vandana Baweja (firstname.lastname@example.org). For details on how to submit, see https://sesah.org/arris-call-for-papers/ and https://sesah.org/arris-submission-guidelines/.
Anyone interested in writing a book review is welcome to contact the book review editor. They should send an email to Bryan Norwood (email@example.com) that includes their institutional affiliation and a short list of areas of competence/interest for reviews. Further details can be found at the URLs above.