Call for Papers

The conference is inviting three types of contribution: peer reviewed papers, reporting from professional practice, and proposals to run a conference discussion or debate panel.

The aim is to offer a range of fora to encourage dialogue between the authors of scholarly research, reflective contributions from architectural practitioners and,   through themed debates as an adjunct to the presentation of research papers,  be organised and structured to encourage both peripheral and central participation by architectural practitioners.

Peer Reviewed Papers

Contributors are invited to submit a 500 word Abstract in response to the conference aims and themes of reflection, innovation and speculation. The Abstract may include images (maximum one page). Selection of the Abstracts will be via double blind peer review and successful contributors will then be invited to develop Full Draft Papers for submission and subsequent presentation at the Conference (2000 words).

Contributors will be invited to submit  revised Full Papers after the Conference for inclusion  in the online ISBN published Conference Proceedings, either as submitted (Abstract Peer Reviewed Track) or through a further process of peer review of the Full Paper (Full Peer Reviewed Track).

Papers selected will be allocated a 20-minute slot for their presentation at a chaired session that will include time for discussion.

  • Deadline for submission of Abstracts: 12 Dec 2018
  • Notification of acceptance for Papers: 21 Jan 2019

To submit your Abstract go to https://www.conftool.org/aae2019/ create your free ‘Conftool’ account and upload your submission. You can edit your files up until the submission deadline.

Reporting from Practice

Contributors are invited to submit a 300 word Abstract in response to the conference aims and themes. The Abstract may include images (maximum one page). The specific focus of this section is to encourage contributions from researchers, architects and practitioners in the field as a space for informed reflection on:

  • researching in the field,
  • the creation of alternative learning environments,
  • creating space for reflective practice.

Selection of the Abstracts will be via double blind peer review and successful contributors will then be invited to present their reports at the Conference. Contributors will be invited to submit their  Full Papers after the Conference for inclusion  in the online ISBN published Conference Proceedings (max 2000 words).

  • Deadline for submission of Abstracts: 12 Dec 2018
  • Notification of acceptance for Papers: 21 Jan 2019

To submit your Abstract go to https://www.conftool.org/aae2019/ create your free ‘Conftool’ account and upload your submission. You can edit your files up until the submission deadline.

Proposals for Discussion/Debate

Contributors are invited to submit a Proposal for a panel Discussion or Debate in response to the conference aims and themes. The Proposal should be no more than 500 words in total and can include images. The Proposal should include the following:

  1. details of the issue for discussion or debate,
  2. participants to be invited,
  3. format of the event itself.

Discussion or debate sessions will be allocated 45 minutes in the conference schedule. The specific focus of this section is to encourage lively discussion on the current state of architectural education, perspectives from professional practice, and space for marginalised voices (students, graduates, allied professions and support professionals from practice and academia).

The contributors will be invited to minute the debates and submit a summary for the published Conference Proceedings (max 2000 words)

  • Deadline for submission: 18 Jan 2019
  • Notification of acceptance of Proposals: 8 Feb 2019

To submit your Proposal go to https://www.conftool.org/aae2019/ create your free ‘Conftool’ account and upload your submission. You can edit your files up until the submission deadline.