Assemblage (journal)

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Discipline Architecture
Architectural History
Language English
Edited by K. Michael Hays
Alicia Kennedy
Publication details
MIT Press (United States)
Publication history
Frequency Triannual
ISSN 0889-3012
JSTOR 08893012

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.


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, Mark Pasnik and Monica Ponce de Leon.


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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