The Construction History Society is the society for all those who are enthusiastic about any aspect of the history of construction. Our members come from all walks of life. You might be someone who has an interesting story to tell, someone who collects items to do with buildings or an academic who works on the history of buildings. We encourage people to take an interest in how the world around them has been built and those that built it.
The Construction History Society is an international organisation and has members from all parts of the world. We cover Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Prospective members in the Americas are invited to join our American affiliated organisation, the Construction History Society of America, which includes subscription to our journal.
The annual UK subscription is just £25.00 (GBP) and is renewable on the 1 January each year.
The overseas rate is just £30(GBP) to cover the additional costs of postage and packing and currency exchange rates.
Students and those under 25 may join for a reduced rate of just £15 a year.
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Q. I live in the USA. Can I join the CHS or do I have to join the CHSA?
A. CHSA is the organisation for you. It carries all the benefits of CHS membership plus events in the USA and a regional magazine.
Q. I live outside the UK. Why would I join the CHS?
A. The journal carries articles from all over the world and is the leading journal in the field. Our conferences are residential and allow you to meet people from all over the world who share the same interests.
Q. Do you take foreign currencies?
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We are delighted to announce that Construction History is now abstracted and indexed in the Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI) as well as in the Current Contents/Arts & Humanities and it is fully searchable on the WEB OF SCIENCE (all produced by Thomson Reuters). It is furthermore abstracted and indexed in SCIMAGO and SCOPUS (Elsevier). Papers from past volumes of Construction History are available on JSTOR and ProQuest.
This means all our authors can be sure of maximum exposure for their work.
Construction History Society
c/o Department of Architecture
Cambridge University, Scroope Terrace
Cambridge, CB1 1PX