Under the rubric of Findings, this issue introduces a new feature in JSAH: short essays on new research discoveries and conclusions in architectural history. The articles published in this section are brief accounts of specific research findings, in contrast to the extended scholarly articles that are the mainstay of JSAH. Like the articles, Findings essays are peer-reviewed. The other department for short essays, Field Notes, is devoted to topical and timely reflections on the discipline of architectural history.1 The Findings section will allow the architectural history community to share developments at various stages in the research process, from initial results to final conclusions. In the inaugural essay, “Le Corbusier and the Romanian Cula,” Judith Bing reports on her research into Le Corbusier's sketches of an unidentified house on his “journey to the east” and her discovery of their unexpected subject. I anticipate that future essays may include...

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