Published annually and edited by Dr Geoffrey Tyack, our Journal is the authoritative journal of record for early modern architecture in Britain. It covers architecture and related aspects of material culture, such as sculpture, painting, building management and land development, in the period 1660-1840. The latest volume includes articles by Dr Simon Thurley on Kensington Palace, Richard Hewlings on White Lodge, David Wilson on Rysbrack's bust of The Earl of Macclesfield, Maxwell Craven on St Helen's House in Derby and Dr Sue Berry on Georgian Brighton.
Papers are now invited for Volume XIX, to be published in May 2011. We are seeking high-quality, original submissions (in the form of full articles of 3000-7500 words and notes & queries of up to 600 words) that further knowledge and understanding in relevant areas. Manuscripts should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 September 2010. Full guidance for authors.