The interdisciplinary Places Journal is a valued resource for those interested in the future of architecture, landscape and urbanism. The journal was established through a collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of California, Berkeley in 1983, and is now freely available in its entirety on this website. Places publishes articles by scholars of architecture, geography, and media studies, as well as by architectural professionals. Articles include peer reviewed academic pieces, more informal (but well-researched) journalistic essays, and photo galleries. For visitors interested in a specific discipline a search can be carried out by topic, including architecture, ecology, history, sustainability, and many more. The Reading Lists section of the site is especially notable. Here, readers can share and create annotated bibliographies, syllabi, or reading lists on a variety of topics, from Architecture and Jazz to Environmental Readings. Fans of the journal can also sign up for a free newsletter to receive new articles directly to their email inbox.