The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (JSAH) is the leading architectural history journal that is published in the English language. The scholarly articles in JSAH are international in scope and focus on every period in the history of the built environment. The journal is broad in its perspective and features the latest research methodologies in the expanding field of architectural history and allied disciplines including the history of design, landscape, urbanism and historic preservation. Published continuously since 1941, JSAH also features guest editorials, exhibition reviews, book reviews, obituaries of key figures in the discipline and abstracts of papers delivered at the Society's scholarly annual conference. JSAH is a benefit of membership in the Society of Architectural Historians.
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