Since its feature in the 06-07-2019 Scout Report, Architectural Histories has released its eighth volume of work, which includes scholarship on the evolution of Swedish room design and "the 'spatialisation' of race in postwar Britain."
Readers with a scholarly interest in the history of architecture and the built environment may appreciate Architectural Histories, the journal of the European Architectural History Network. Launched in 2012, Architectural Histories is a peer-reviewed, open-access digital journal that "creates a space where historically grounded research into all aspects of architecture and the built environment can be made public, consulted, and discussed." As of this write-up there are eight volumes with well over one hundred articles in the journal's archives and new articles published on a rolling basis. In addition to Architectural Histories's annual issue, it also publishes special collections of articles exploring themes such as how the concept of "Europe" interacts with modern geopolitics in architecture and how travel has shaped architecture through time and space. The publication's editor-in-chief is Petra Brouwer, an assistant professor of architectural history at the University of Amsterdam, and the journal boasts an international team of editors at universities around the world. Architectural Histories is published by Ubiquity Press and indexed by EBSCOHost, Google Scholar, SCOPUS, CrossRef, and other services.