The University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture is holding a call for entries for the 19th edition of Dichotomy.
Dichotomy, a student published journal, strives to be a critical link between UDM students and the discourses on design, architecture, urbanism, and community development. Like the institution, Dichotomy focuses on social justice and critical thought concerning intellectual, spiritual, ethical, and social development both in and outside of Detroit. The aim of Dichotomy is to disseminate these relevant investigations conducted by students, faculty, and professionals.
The theme of Dichotomy 19 is UGLY. Entries can explore the concept of ugliness as applied to design, architecture, and urban planning, and the relationship between the ugly and our accepted cultural aesthetics.
Abstracts should be approximately 300 words with three images in PDF format, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries may be projects, scholarly articles, photo essays, or interviews. Submission deadline is December 1, 2012.
View previous issues at http://research.udmercy.edu/find/special_collections/digital/dichotomy/.ugfront