IPHS section for Planning Perspectives
Planning Perspectives is an international peer-reviewed journal of
history, planning and the built environment that is closely associated with the
IPHS. IPHS members receive quarterly copies of Planning Perspectives
(published by Taylor and Francis -
http://www.tandfonline.com/rppe). In addition an
IPHS section is found within the journal. The IPHS section is devoted to
'research in progress' papers, conference and research project reports, as well
as debates, discussions, and short notices.
Contributions are invited for the IPHS section of Planning Perspectives.
With a view to showcasing the latest research in Planning History
the following are now solicited for publication:
Reports on research in progress
Notices of conferences and workshops
Calls for papers
Short articles on original topics in planning history
Features on teaching innovations and planning history
Reviews of conferences, meetings, seminars, workshops, exhibitions
and other relevant events
Guidelines for Submission
Papers are refereed and only original unpublished material will
be considered. Articles should be written in English and should
be 3,000 to 4,000 words maximum.Other contributions, such as research
reports, reports on workshops, conferences, or colloquia, should
not exceed 2,000 words.
Items for inclusion are solicited on an ongoing basis, but those
wishing to publicise an event should submit copy at least 6 to 9
months before the event in question.
All submissions and editorial correspondence should be sent as
e-mail attachments to Christine Garnaut at
Articles are refereed. One electronic copy should be sent to
as an e-mail attachment. Articles should be in the range of 3,000-4,000
words. They may be on any topic within the general remit of the
IPHS. Articles should normally be referenced with endnotes. Submissions
should also include a list of relevant publications. Please refer
to guidelines in Planning
Perspectives for further details on referencing and text
style, as well as advice on illustrations.
Other contributions are very welcome. Research reports should not
be more than 2,000 words. These do not need references but submissions
should include a list of relevant publications. Please refer to
guidelines in Planning
Perspectives for illustrations. Reports on recent conferences
and other events are very welcome. Style and layout should conform
with Planning Perspectives guidelines.
Notices of Current Events
Notices of Current Events are welcome for any part of the world.
Please ensure that the IPHS editor is notified of calls for papers
in good time.