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What journal to publish Deleuze + Arch History?
I have written a history of the reception of Deleuze in architecture from the 1970s to the present moment with a focus on the American architectural academy and Deleuze and Guattari's project of subjectivity. I would appreciate any advice as to some refereed journals that would be interested in this topic. I have already considered LOG, Haecceity and SAH (Society of Architectural Historians) - but each of these seems somewhat inappropriate. LOG deals with more up to the minute current events, Haecceity seems not too interested in history even if it does concern Deleuze and I am guessing that SAH is more about the history of actual buildings - as I am historicising the travel of Deleuze's ideas in architecture - not studying any one fixed period. Please advise. I am open to suggestions of publishing in other disciplines but the paper strongly concerns architectural culture - while it may be of interest to others who are researchers of Deleuze and visual culture generally. Thanks, ES
Elena Strauss
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What journal to publish Deleuze + Arch History?
Have you looked at Environment and Planning D: Society and Space? http://www.envplan.com/D.html
'Environment and Planning D: Society and Space is an international and interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for the discussion of the mutually constitutive relation between the social and the spatial. It seeks to be philosophically sophisticated, practically relevant, and to concretely theorise a range of contemporary, historical, political and cultural contexts.' (From its webpage)

If the flow of Deleuzian 'thinking space' is what inspired architects; his idea of folding, unfolding and refolding is the neo-modernist inspiration that produced architectural ideas like 'surfacing'; and the space 'in-between' and the 'emancipation' from 'social control' that Delezue preached belong to both realms of society and space; then and without reading your paper, this may be the best advice (that I can come up with) for your request (History of the current, sounds paradoxical yet very interesting; or may be it is the current of history as we live it).
Wish you luck, and let us know when and where it will be published. ZA
Ziad Aazam
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