1. Discipline

  2. Instruments

    Zeynep Çelik Alexander, John J. May

    What would it mean today for architecture to take technics seriously as a site for historical and philosophical reflection?

    Active
  3. Before Theory

    Lucia Allais, John Harwood

    This project is interested in detecting how the trademarks of our field—interdisciplinarity, concern with "method," and engagement with social, economic and political issues—were prepared by architectural historians earlier in the twentieth century.

  4. Evidence + Narrative in Architectural History

    Daniel M. Abramson, Zeynep Çelik Alexander, Michael Osman

    How do architectural historians use evidence and narrative? How can reconsideration of these lead to new histories, other evidence, counter-narratives, and re-imagined agencies?

    New Active
  5. Aggregate Peer Review Statement

    The Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative

  6. Stakes of the Unbuilt

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Daniel M. Abramson

  7. Notes on Architectural Persons

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Timothy Hyde

  8. Neurons and Signifiers

    Zeynep Çelik Alexander

  9. Matter

  10. The Destruction of Cultural Heritage: From Napoléon to ISIS

    Pamela Karimi, Nasser Rabbat

    This dossier of original essays examines the demolition of monuments in the Middle East from the Napoléonic era to the present. The authors describe the impact of obliterating architecture on our psyches, cultures, philosophies, and historiographies. Tracing the mediatiz...

  11. The Destruction of Cultural Heritage: Project Description

    Pamela Karimi, Nasser Rabbat

  12. The Demise and Afterlife of Artifacts

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Pamela Karimi, Nasser Rabbat

  13. Exhibition and Erasure/Art and Politics

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Annabel Wharton

  14. Memento Mauri: The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Michele Lamprakos

  15. DNA Damage: Violence Against Buildings

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Sussan Babaie

  16. Iconoclasm beyond Negation: Globalization and Image Production in Mosul

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Thomas Stubblefield

  17. Artfare: Aesthetic Profiling from Napoléon to Neoliberalism

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Kirsten Scheid

  18. The Thing We Love(d): Little Girls, Inanimate Objects, and the Violence of a System

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Talinn Grigor

  19. Modernity as Perpetual War or Perpetual Peace?

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Esra Akcan

  20. Appendix: A Selection of News Articles on the Destruction of Cultural Heritage in the Middle East

    Pamela Karimi

  21. Banking, Botany, and Bibliothéconomie: On the Science of Keeping the Books

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Edward Eigen

  22. Mammoths, Inc.: Nature, Architecture, and the Debt, Part 1

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Arindam Dutta

  23. Mammoths, Inc.: Nature, Architecture, and the Debt, Part 2

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Arindam Dutta

  24. Walking as Knowing and Interfering

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Endre Dányi

  25. Response to “The Transformations of Giulio Romano”

    Cammy Brothers

  26. The Transformations of Giulio Romano: Palazzo Stati Maccarani

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Mark Rakatansky

  27. Further Reading/Viewing: Walking as Knowing and Interfering

    Endre Dányi

    New
  28. Plots

  29. Black Lives Matter Call for Work

    Meredith TenHoor, Jonathan Massey

    What does it mean to put black lives at the center of our thinking about architecture and its history?

  30. Resource Histories

    Jonathan Massey, Meredith TenHoor

    What new questions and methods emerge when architectural history engages resources such as energy, capital, information, and expertise? Resource Histories explores how an architectural participation in systems, infrastructures, and practices shape governmentality and biop...

  31. Resource Histories Symposium

    Jonathan Massey, Meredith TenHoor

  32. Black Lives Matter

    Meredith TenHoor, Jonathan Massey

    Inspired by the scholars, activists, and everyday citizens who spoke out, marched, and protested against police killings of African-Americans, we present this collection of short essays that put Black lives at the center of our thinking about architecture and its history.

  33. Introduction: Black Lives Matter

    Jonathan Massey, Meredith TenHoor, Sben Korsh

  34. Is “Justice Architecture” Just?

    Raphael Sperry

  35. Schools and Prisons

    Amber Wiley

  36. Fair Policing for the Fair City?

    Caitlin Cahill, Brett G. Stoudt, María Elena Torre, Jose Lopez, Researchers for Fair Policing

  37. Defensible Space and the Open Society

    Joy Knoblauch

  38. Designing the Great Migration

    James D. Graham, Michael Abrahamson

  39. The Invisible Brother with a Brick

    Brian Goldstein

  40. Race, Planning, and the American City

    Joseph Heathcott

  41. The Rights to the Suburb

    Dianne Harris

  42. Air and the Politics of Resistance

    Derek R. Ford

  43. Black Spaces Matter

    Charles Davis II

  44. Toward a Black Formalism

    Darell W. Fields

  45. Farming the Revolution

    Mike Carriere, Antoine Carter, Fidel Verdin

  46. Valuing Black Lives Means Changing Curricula

    Héctor Tarrido-Picart

  47. Indigenous Knowledge and the Decolonization of Architectural Pasts and Futures

    Andrew Herscher, Ana María León, Ayala Levin, Meredith TenHoor

    How can architectural historians responsibly engage Indigenous knowledge in their research and pedagogy?

    New
  48. Risk Design

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Jonathan Massey

  49. Risk Design Analytic Drawing

    Jonathan Massey, Andrew Weigand

  50. 30 St. Mary Axe Slideshow

    Jonathan Massey

  51. Resource Histories Symposium

    Jonathan Massey, Meredith TenHoor

  52. The Labor of Albert Kahn

    Claire Zimmerman

  53. Just-So Stories in Real Estate History, or, How the Apartment Tower Got Its Glass Skin

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Sara Stevens

    New
  54. Systems

  55. Governing by Design

    Daniel M. Abramson, Lucia Allais, Arindam Dutta, John Harwood, Timothy Hyde, Pamela Karimi, Jonathan Massey, M. Ijlal Muzaffar, Michael Osman, Meredith TenHoor

    How does change happen? Who authors design? How does architecture participate in modernization? How does architecture govern?

    Active
  56. Governing By Design Introduction

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Daniel M. Abramson, Arindam Dutta, Timothy Hyde, Jonathan Massey

  57. Excerpts from Goverening By Design

    Daniel M. Abramson, Lucia Allais, Arindam Dutta, John Harwood, Timothy Hyde, Pamela Karimi, Jonathan Massey, M. Ijlal Muzaffar, Michael Osman, Meredith TenHoor

  58. Reviews of Governing by Design

    The Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative

  59. Systems and the South: Architecture in Development

    Arindam Dutta, M. Ijlal Muzaffar, Ateya Khorakiwala, Fabiola López-Durán, Ayala Levin

    New Active
  60. The Design of the Nubian Desert

    Lucia Allais

  61. McLuhan’s Environment: The End (and The Beginnings) of Architecture

    (Peer-reviewed)

    Larry D. Busbea

  62. 2013

  63. 2018

  64. 2014

  65. 2015

  66. 2016

  67. 2017

  68. 2019

  69. Essay

  70. Article

  71. Supplemental Text

  72. Project Description

  73. Analytic Drawing

  74. Slideshow

  75. Excerpt

  76. Review

  77. Project