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Journal of Architectural Education - Special Issues

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The JAE has just published two exciting special issues - 1966: Forty Years
After and Installations by Architects

1966: Forty Years After
Guest Editors: George Dodds and Kazys Varnelis
JAE 59:3, February 2006

This special issue of JAE brings together a core of emerging scholars on
20th-century architecture and urbanism to explore the complex relations
among culture, architecture, art, technology, and urban planning that were
beginning to take shape in the middle of the most tumultuous post-war
decade, the 1960s. Although 1968 is often seen as the year of transition
from "modern" to "post- modern," a look back to 1966 reveals profound
changes already at work. In the world of architecture, one of the most
visible signposts from this year that proved prescient in terms of the next
40 years of architectural discourse and production is the New York
Architectural League's exhibition "40 under 40: An Exhibition of Young
Talent in Architecture." This issue includes an interview with the
exhibition's curator, Robert A. M. Stern, currently the Dean at Yale's
School of Architecture. The authors in this issue confront a wide range of
critical topics that are central to architectural theory and practice circa
1966 and continue to resonate in our larger culture.

For a full list of the FREE articles in this issue, please visit:
http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/toc/joae/59/3

Installations by Architects
Guest Editors: Sarah Bonnemaison, Ronit Eisenbach, and Robert Gonzalez
JAE 59:4, May 2006

For many architects, installation projects represent an opportunity to
engage in design research and to contribute to public discussions about the
built environment. These works engage critical, often controversial, social
and political issues; explore the implicit effects of built work; and
advance the experimental edge of construction in ways that conventionally
commissioned buildings cannot. Freed from the mandates of function,
longevity, clients, building regulations and large budgets, installations
have offered architects and educators an opportunity to foreground the
content of architecture and extend the boundaries of the discipline. This
special issue of the JAE examines architectural installations as a form of
rhetoric, practice, and research, and explores the implications of this
work. A range of installation projects demonstrate the variety and richness
of this practice as it touches on art, urban life, questions of
interpretation, and aspects of construction.

These projects are framed by an introductory essay and scholarly articles
that place the work in relation to other types of ephemeral and rhetorical
architecture such as festival architecture, exposition pavilions and
exhibition design.

For a full list of articles in this issue, please visit:
http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/toc/joae/59/4

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