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Architecture and Culture logo Architecture and Culture, the international, peer-reviewed journal of the Architectural Humanities Research Association, investigates the relationship between architecture and the culture that shapes and is shaped by it. Whether culture is understood extensively, as shared experience of everyday life, or in terms of the rules and habits of different disciplinary practices, Architecture and Culture asks how architecture participates in and engages with it and how both culture and architecture might be reciprocally transformed. Architecture and Culture publishes explorations that are rigorously speculative, purposively imaginative, visually and verbally stimulating. From historians of culture and architecture, from geographers, anthropologists and other social scientists, from architects and urban designers, from film-makers, animators and other artists, from thinkers and writers of all kinds, established and new, it solicits essays, critical reviews, interviews, fictional narratives in both words and images, art and building projects, and design hypotheses. Architecture and Culture aims to promote a conversation between all those who are curious about what architecture might be and what it can do.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Journals (formerly Berg Journals)

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Introduction

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Architecture and Culture: Architecture’s Disciplinarity
pp. 6-19(14)
Authors: Troiani, Igea; Ewing, Suzanne; Periton, Diana

Research Article

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Architecture as a Strong Discipline
pp. 20-41(22)
Author: Gough, Tim

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(M)ANY Disciplinary Approaches
pp. 68-95(28)
Author: Seligmann, Ari

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Of Discipline, Disciples and Disappearance
pp. 96-111(16)
Author: Kenley, Stefania

Review

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Reviewing The Handmaid’s Tale
pp. 112-127(16)
Author: Walker, Stephen

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Exhausting Discipline: Undisciplined and Irresponsible Design
pp. 142-161(20)
Authors: Rodgers, Paul; Bremner, Craig

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Scandalous Artifacts: Practice between Archaeology and Architecture
pp. 182-201(20)
Author: Zambelli, Alessandro

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