Introducing Pidgin 27, with contributions from Basile Baudez, Iman Fayyad, Mahadev Raman and Current Interests, Daniel Maslan and Mariah Smith, Jacob McCarthy, Jeffrey Zhenhua Liu, Esra Akcan, Katie MacDonald and Kyle Schumann, Zach Colbert, Tiago Torres-Campos, Michelle Shu Meng, Eduardo Mediero, Dana Cuff, Erica Allen-Kim, Justine Yan, Maura Chen, André Tavares and Diego Inglez de Souza, and Frédéric Schnee.
Current Editors: Jonah Coe-Scharff, Chase Galis, Ryan Hughes, Anna Kerr, Jamie Lipson, Christina Moushoul, Sonia Sobrino Ralston, Anna Renken, Ian Ting
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Pidgin is a publication edited and designed by graduate students at the Princeton University School of Architecture. The name Pidgin encapsulates the spirit of the journal: a type of communication formed by a lack of common language, and a homonym for a low-tech, feathered dispatch. From its inception in 2005, Pidgin has provided a platform for the written and visual detritus of students, faculty, practitioners, historians, and theorists at Princeton and beyond, emphasizing current critical work across formats rather than polished products. By assembling a range of contributors and work, each issue creates an eclectic compilation of contemporary thought in architecture and its related disciplines.