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Call For Papers



Panteon is an anachronistic venture: anachronistic is the content, anachronistic is the product, anachronistic is its use.

Anachronism is the topic of issue #0.


The protagonist is the architecture of the city of Rome, all built between 1911 and 1989 within the GRA, our contemporary city wall, whose analogies are arbitrary and questionable.

Panteon aims to be a platform for architectural debate using the city of Rome as a pretext, as an infinite warehouse from which to draw answers to a potentially infinite number of questions.

For each issue there is a call for papers published in the previous one, indicating the topic and the modalities of participation.

For each call for papers, the editorial board will choose up to four articles.






The call for papers has been closed, thank you for your submissions.  

Panteon #1


The topic of the call is "Billboards”


Panteon is interested in the publication of articles that, consistent with the theme, talk about buildings erected within the GRA between 1911 and 1989.


The interpretation of the theme is free.

The building must be easily and effectively photographable in most of its elements and parts (facades, courtyards, interiors).

Proposed contributions will be selected on the basis of a 500-word abstract, written both in Italian and English, and saved in PDF format (Title_NameSurname.pdf) including a concise but significant selection of pictures and/or images.

The files shall be sent to panteonmagazine@gmail.com specifying Title, Name, Surname, and Contacts in the text of the email and indicating as object Billboards_title.

The deadline for the pre-selection is the 27th of September 2019.


Papers selected will be communicated to each participant and on the official page www.panteonmagazine.com.

Articles shall not exceed 12,000 characters including spaces, saved and compiled according to the editorial regulations given.

Each article shall include an axonometric image saved as .dwg of the chosen building which will then be included in the Panteon map.


Panteon involves a different photographer and photo editor in charge of each issue. However, it is possible to send one's own selection of picture which will be evaluated by the board and possibly used along with the article.


The credits of texts, drawings and picture will be quoted in the colophon of the magazine.



1.

Via Cristoforo Colombo, angolo Via Alessandro Severo, Street View, Googles Maps, agosto 2018.

2.

J. M. Schwarting, Rome: Urban Formation and Trasformation, Applied Research and Design Publishing, Novato (CA) 2017, p. 122.

3.

AA. W., Roma Interrotta. Dodici interventi sulla pianta di Roma del Nolli, Johan & Levi editore, Monza 2014, p. 137.