Architecture_MPS is published through UCL Press. We welcome articles and Guest Editor Special issue proposals from academics and professionals on themes related to contemporary and historical architecture and its relationship with media, politics and / or society in its broadest sense.
Articles submitted for peer review should be between 5,000 – 7,000 words in length.
You should also submit a full CV and a 300 word abstract.
Submit to the Executive Editor in the first instance: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest Editor – Special Issue proposals should be submitted using the Proposal_Form
For more information, see Author Guidelines or contact the Principal Editor with informal queries.
Currently, Architecture_MPS publishes 8 times per year between September and July.
Months of publication vary to fit in with our calendar of events.
Indexing: The journal is indexed with Avery Index; DOAJ; EBSCO Art Source, Art Full Text, and Art & Architecture Complete; ProQuest Design and Applied Arts Index (DAAI); Ulrichsweb; JURN; British Library Web Archive and ALDL – Agency for the Legal Deposit Libraries etc.
Article-processing charges: UCL Press journals do not charge an Article-Processing Charge (APC). Authors of accepted papers will not be requested or required to make an APC payment before publication of their article. Architecture_MPS as a UCL Press journal follows this policy.
Double Blind Peer Review: For journals operating double blind peer-review, where both the reviewers and authors are anonymised during review, authors should not include the title page, competing interests, authors’ contributions, any acknowledgements and any authors’ information in the main manuscript file, but should instead be included as part of a covering letter instead. More information is available in our ethics and malpractice statement.
Licencing and Copyright: All articles published in UCL Press journals are made open access and are fully and freely available to read online, licensed under a Creative Commons license to allow for the widest dissemination and free access to published content. Articles are published under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY) 4.0 that allows authors to retain copyright while allowing others to copy, distribute, and make some uses of the work.
Click here for full Author Guidelines.
Click here for full information on Indexing.
Click here for full Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement.