|Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal|
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Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal is a peer-reviewed academic journal published since 1952 by the Yale School of Architecture and distributed by the MIT Press. Graduate students are competitively chosen to edit each issue. It is the oldest architectural journal of its kind in the United States and is rated as an A* journal on the Excellence in Research for Australia journal list. Contributors include some of the most important figures in contemporary architecture worldwide.
The current issue is Perspecta 47: Money edited by James Andrachuk, Christos C. Bolos, Avi Forman, and M. Addison Hooks, which examines the ways in which money intersects with architectural discourse, design practice, and urban form, in order to encourage a productive relationship between money and the discipline of architecture.
- Robert A.M. Stern, Peggy Deamer, Alan Plattus, Re-Reading Perspecta: The First Fifty Years of the Yale Architectural Journal, 2005 ISBN 0-262-19506-2
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