Writingplace journal for Architecture and Literature, issue 5Narrative Methods for Writing Urban Places
Pioneering academic journal on the relationship between architecture and literature
> Pioneering academic journal on the relationship between architecture and literature
> International open-acces and peer-reviewed
The magazine Writingplace Journal for Architecture and Literature is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal on architecture and literature.
This journal is a vehicle for the Writingplace platform to continue its exploration of the productive relationship between architecture and literature – a quest that already resulted in the publication of Writingplace: Investigations in Architecture and Literature.
Each issue of the series focuses on themes central to the productive relationship between architecture and literature. The journal’s content ranges from pedagogy to spatial analysis and from critical theory to artistic practices, architecture, landscape and urban design.
This Writingplace journal issue Narrative Methods for Writing Urban Places presents a repertoire of narrative methods for analysis and design that deal with both socially inclusive and locally specific urban places. The issue will be developed in context of the EU COST Action "Writing Urban Places".
ISBN 978-94-6208-575-6 | October 2021 | available | Kernredactie / Editors of this issue: Klaske Havik, Jorge Meja Hernndez, Mark Proosten, Lorin Niculae | design: Studio Sanne Dijkstra | English | paperback | 17 x 24 cm | 144 pages | illustrated (60 b/w) | in conjunction with: s, TUDelft Open | with support from: EU COST Action CA18126 Writing Urban Places
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