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Offering practical material and the leading research and scholarship, the AIA’s publications meet the needs of all architecture professionals.

The AIA’s publications and blogs are a benefit of membership in the AIA. If there is an AIA publication you would like to receive, you can subscribe online. Simply enter your e-mail address and select which publications you want to receive. You can subscribe to the newsletters and journals of the AIA Knowledge Communities by joining a Knowledge Community from your AIA profile. You can even keep abreast of all the latest news by subscribing to an RSS feed (what’s an RSS feed?) and getting updates to your selected publications and blogs automatically.

AAJ Journal

Newsletter of the AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice

The Academy Journal
The Journal is the official publication for the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health

AIArchitect
The news of America's community of architects

AssociateNews
News for and about AIA associate members

Cornerstone
Read the AIA Public Architects Knowledge Community official electronic newsletter, the Cornerstone.

EDGES
News from the AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community.

Fellowscope
News from the AIA College of Fellows

Forward
Quarterly eJournal of the National Associates Committee

Government & Community Relations News
(Formerly known as The Angle)
The latest happenings involving federal, state, and local AIA issues, as well as what AIA Government Affairs is doing to protect and advance the architecture profession

Master Builder
Newsletter of AIA Design-Build

Practice Management Digest
News and best practices from AIA Practice Management

Preservation Architect
The news of the AIA Historic Resources Committee

SPP Journal
News and information from AIA Small Project Practitioners including the SPP Tips series

TECHNIQUE
Technique is the quarterly newsletter from the AIA’s newest Knowledge Community, Technical Design for Building Performance (TDBP). TDBP will showcase the application of high-performance design criteria, codes, and standards; the commissioning roles required to deliver high performing buildings; and best practices for programming, designing and managing building performance.

The YAF Connection
News and observations from the AIA Young Architects Forum

 

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