Saturday, April 4, 2009
Archnet-IJAR, Volume 3, Issue 1-March 2009, Launches
Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research
- ISSN - International (Online) 1994-6961
- ISSN - United States (Online) 1938-7806
- OCLC & World Cat (Online Computer Library Center) # 145980807
- Library of Congress Catalogue # 2007212183
- Covered by EBSCO Products, EBSCO-Art and Architecture Database.
- Covered by Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals.
ArchNet-IJAR is now a part of EBSCO Products – EBSCO Art and Architecture Database, covered by Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, Directory of Open Access Journals, and databases of several publishing houses and university libraries.
Archnet-IJAR Archnet-IJAR is also part of the Directory of Open Access Journals, Lund University, Sweden.
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Volume 3, Issue 1 - March 2009
ArchNet-IJAR’s first 2009 issue is its largest to date, with 280 pages and twenty-two articles and entries addressing issues in fourteen countries across four continents. Co-edited by Professors Aleya Abdel-Hadi and Ashraf Salama, this issue features selected papers from the 19th International Conference of the International Association of People Environments Studies (IAPS).
Also included are additional papers on last issue’s special topic, Hammams in the Mediterranean, as well as peer-reviewed articles, a book review, and a call for papers.
The March 2009 issue is available for download here. The ArchNet Digital Library also contains an ArchNet-IJAR section, holding all past and present ArchNet-IJAR articles.
To inquire about contributing articles for future issues of IJAR, please contact the chief editor, Dr. Ashraf Salama, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Previous Volumes and Issues
Volume 1 Issue 1- March 2007
Volume 1 Issue 2 – July 2007
Volume 1 Issue 3 – November 2007
Volume 2 Issue 1 – March 2008
Volume 2 Issue 2 – July 2008
Volume 2 Issue 3 – November 2008
...Chief Editor: Ashraf M. Salama, Advisory Board: Attilio Petruccioli; Besim Hakim; Hashim Sarkis; Henry Sanoff; Jamel Akbar; Mohamad Al-Asad; Michael Crosbie; Nasser Rabbat; Nicholas Wilkinson; Nikos Salingaros; Peter Rowe; Suha Ozkan; William Mitchell, Editorial-Scientific Board: Akhtar Chauhan; Aleya Abel-Hadi; Ali Cengizkan; Amer Moustafa; Amira Elnokaly; Anne Beamish; Budi Sukada; Dalila Al-Kerdani; Donatella Mazzoleni; Eman El-Nachar; Fuad Mallick; Hisham Elkadi; Hulya Turgut; Ihab Elzeyadi; M. Alaa Mandour; Malika Bose; Magda Sibley; Mashary Al-Naim; Peter Kellett; Rabee Reffat; Yasser El-Shehstawy; Yasser Mahgoub.
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