Assemblage (journal)

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Assemblage  
Assemblage first cover.jpg
Discipline Architecture
Architectural History
Language English
Edited by K. Michael Hays
Alicia Kennedy
Publication details
Publisher
MIT Press (United States)
Publication history
1986-2000
Frequency Triannual
Indexing
ISSN 08893012
Links

Assemblage was an architectural theory journal published by MIT Press from 1986 to 2000. Forty-one issues were published in total and its full-text is searchable on JSTOR.

History[edit]

K. Michael Hays and Alicia Kennedy served as the main editors for all 41 issues.[1] The original consulting editors were Mary McLeod, Mark Rakatansky, and Ellen Shapiro. Other editors included Catherine Ingraham, Stan Allen, Sarah Whiting, and Mark Pasnik.

Contributors[edit]

The journal's advisory and editorial board included many architectural theorists and writers, including Stanford Anderson (vol. 1-14), Francoise Choay (vol. 1-5), Mario Gandelsonas (all volumes), Jorge Silvetti (all volumes), Werner Oechslin (vol. 1-16), Beatriz Colomina (vol. 14-41), Mark Rakatansky (vol. 14-33), Mark Wigley (vol. 14-41), Sanford Kwinter (vol. 16-41), Robert McAnulty (vol. 17-41), Jennifer Bloomer (vol. 17-41), and Lauren Kogod (vol 33-41).

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