From the beginning of my term as editor at JSAH, I have been engaged in conversations with many different constituencies—including the SAH administration, the JSAH Editorial Advisory Committee, and our membership at large—about how the journal might build upon, diversify, and expand access to its existing offerings. Drawing on the many insights that have emerged from these conversations, I have experimented with the roundtable format in a number of recent issues. For the pilot study, I organized and edited a two-part JSAH Roundtable titled “Constructing Race and Architecture 1400–1800,” which appeared in the September and December issues of 2021. This was then followed in the June 2022 issue by the JSAH Roundtable “What Frameworks Should We Use to Read the Spatial History of the Americas?,” organized and guest edited by Fernando Lara. Most recently, Thaïsa Way and I coedited “Rethinking the Urban Landscape” for the September 2022 issue. All...
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Editorial| September 01 2023
David Karmon; Introducing JSAH Roundtables. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 1 September 2023; 82 (3): 248–249. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/jsah.2023.82.3.248
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