Georgian Group Journal

The Georgian Group Journal is the authoritative journal of record for early modern architecture in Britain between 1660 and 1840 and was first published in 1986. It is cited more often than any other title in Sir Howard Colvin’s classic work of reference A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840 and is essential reading for anyone interested in architecture and related aspects of material culture during this period.

The Georgian Group Journal, published annually, is sent to all members and subscribing libraries. It is currently edited by Dr. Geoffrey Tyack of Oxford University. Previous editors have included: Roger White, Giles Worsley and Richard Hewlings.

Editor

Dr. Geoffrey Tyack

Editorial Board

Rosemary Baird

Peter Guillery

Richard Hewlings

Elizabeth McKellar

John Martin Robinson

The Georgian Group welcomes submissions of original research for publication whether from established historians or first-time authors and post-graduate students.  Please send articles to the editor, Dr. Geoffrey Tyack: geoffrey.tyack@kellogg.ox.ac.uk by 30th September of the year before publication. Guidance notes are available from him.

An online archive of past articles together with a cumulative index is available here. NB.: at any given time the three most recent volumes will only be available in print form. Please note the titles of all articles published in The Georgian Group Journal are also listed in the RIBA Library catalogue, which hosts the RIBA’s Architectural Periodicals Index.

Back issues of the Journal are available to purchase in hard copy by contacting members@georgiangroup.org.uk.