The Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative

The Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative is dedicated to advancing research and education in the history and theory of architecture. We generate, work-shop, present, and publish innovative scholarship from multidisciplinary perspectives. We are particularly interested in work that foregrounds the multiple ways in which one can understand architecture’s relationship to the world.

Aggregate incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit in 2012.

Since 2006 the group has held annual or semi-annual workshops and symposia. In 2012, our collected volume Governing by Design: Architecture, Economy, and Politics in the Twentieth Century was published by the University of Pittsburgh Press.

We “aggregate” with collaborators, reviewers, and other interlocutors to prepare books, conferences, and edited journal volumes.