Please direct all general inquiries to isparchitecture[at]gmail[dot]com. Submissions are made online here. There are no deadlines for submissions, unless otherwise announced (e.g. special issue, conference proceedings, etc.). For instructions on using the online and for frequently asked questions follow this link.
Authors are invited to submit full papers, response pieces, and book reviews. Full papers should be between 4,000 and 5,000 words, response pieces between 500 and 1,500 words, and book reviews between 1,000 to 2,000 words.
All submissions should be in accordance with the University of Chicago Style. Papers should be RTF documents, 12 point font, Times New Roman, double-spaced, and with no additional or otherwise unique formatting. References should be manually placed in brackets (e.g. , , and so on) with full citation information placed in the references section at the end of the document.
Photo Guidelines and Image Permissions
Images are highly encouraged, given the subject matter. Images should be at least 300 dpi and read well in greyscale prints. The images should be submitted as individual files (TIFF or JPEG), in combination with proof of copyright permission. Authors are responsible for obtaining image permissions, and are asked to have done so prior to submitting their papers for review. The Oklahoma State University image archive is also available for use. Please send inquiries about the OSU image holdings to Prof. Tom Spector at tom[dot]spector[at]okstate[dot]edu.
The papers published by Architecture Philosophy are protected by copyright. The content must not have been previously published and cannot be republished without the permission of the journal’s copyright holder. The copyright holder is Oklahoma State University.
Authors are responsible for obtaining copyright permission for the use of images in their papers. Original images created by the author are acceptable, and copyright access to the Oklahoma State University image archive is available to the journal and its authors. In most cases, authors will be seeking image permissions and are asked secure image permissions on their own before submitting their paper for review.