Updated Application Deadline: June 25, 2019
ACSA is restructuring the Annual Meeting and implementing changes that better support the needs of architecture faculty and enhance architectural education and research. With these updates, ACSA aims to create a more inclusive, transparent, and impactful event that elevates, addresses, and disseminates knowledge on pressing concerns in society through the agency of architecture and allied disciplines.
ACSA is seeking qualified architecture faculty and practitioners to serve as peer reviewers. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of ACSA and contribute to architectural research. Peer reviewers are essential to the integrity of ACSA’s review process and we greatly appreciate your interest.
ACSA’s Annual Meeting Committee will review all submissions for qualifications. All submitters will receive a response about their status.
If you would like to be considered to serve as a reviewer, please apply here. The deadline is June 25, 2019.
The ACSA Annual Meeting Review Committee oversees the peer-review process, which includes matching reviewer’s expertise with that of the submission. Authors will select 2 topics as well as three ranked keywords,based on ACSA’s research areas used in the Index of Scholarship, to their submission, in order to facilitate the matching process.
Topics: Building Science & Technology, Design, Digital Technology, Ecology, Health, History, Theory, Criticism, Pedagogy, Practice, Society + Community, and Urbanism. HERE is link to the Call for Submissions, which include topic descriptions.
All submissions will receive a two-stage peer-review process, with abstracts (for papers and projects) submitted first and then, for authors whose abstracts are accepted, full papers or projects second. Both stages will feature double-blind peer review by at least three reviewers and provide constructive comments that advance the effort and improve the review experience for both reviewers and reviewees.
Final acceptance of the full paper or full project translates to presentation at the conference and inclusion in the Proceedings. Sessions will be composed of both papers and projects, when possible, allowing for both scholarly and applied research to mutually demonstrate impact.
Two-stage Peer Review Process
Stage 1: Abstracts for papers and projects
Stage 2: Papers and Projects
To preview the review form, please click here: ABSTRACT and PAPER/PROJECT.