Art History

Cover image for Vol. 37 Issue 2

Edited By: Genevieve Warwick and Natalie Adamson

Online ISSN: 1467-8365

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Art History Book Series

Art History Book Series

This distinctive series, developed from special issues of Art History, publishes new work by leading scholars on a full range of key themes and breaking issues for the discipline. Generously illustrated, and in full colour, each volume is designed to engage critical debate and to reframe the boundaries of art-historical thought.

Recently published books include:

The Erotics of Looking


The Erotics of Looking: Materiality, Solicitation and Netherlandish Visual Culture.
Edited by Angela Vanhaelen & Bronwen Wilson

 British Art

British Art in the Cultural Field, 1939-69
Lisa Tickner and David Peters Corbett

 Anglo-American: Artistic Exchange

Anglo-American: Artistic Exchange between Britain and the USA
David Peters Corbett and Sarah Monks

 Creative Writing

Creative Writing and Art History
Catherine Grant and Patricia Rubin

 Theatricality in Early Modern Art

Theatricality in Early Modern Art and Architecture
Caroline van Eck and Stijn Bussels

For further information on the book series, please click here.

Events

Art History Events

39th Annual AAH Conference & Bookfair
The University of Reading
11 - 13 April 2013

Each year the AAH hosts a conference and bookfair to showcase the diversity and richness of art history.

2013 Keynote Speakers:

• Adrian Forty, Professor of Architectural History, The Bartlett, University College London in conversation' with Maarten Delbeke, Associate Professor of Architecture & Urban Planning, Ghent University and Lecturer in Art History, Leiden University.

• Okwui Enwezor, Curator and Director of Haus der Kunst, Munich

AAH2013 will represent the interests of an expansive art-historical community by covering all branches of its discipline/s and the range of its visual cultures. Academic sessions will reflect a broad chronological range, as well as a wide geographical one. We will address topics of methodological, historiographical, and interdisciplinary interest as well as ones that open up debates about the future of the discipline/s.

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Aims and Scope

Art History Aims and Scope

Art History is an international forum for peer-reviewed scholarship and innovative research. Founded in 1978, the journal publishes essays, critical reviews, and special issues that engage with path-breaking new developments and critical debate in current art-historical practice. Art History covers all kinds of art and visual culture across all time periods and geographical areas. The journal welcomes contributions from the full spectrum of methodological perspectives, and is a forum for a wide range of historical, critical, historiographical and theoretical forms of writing. By means of this expanded definition, Art History works to transform and to extend the modes of enquiry that shape the discipline.

Recent Special Issues

Art History Special Issues

Read the Special Issues published by Art History over the last few years below.

 Andrea Mantegna: Making Art (History).

Andrea Mantegna: Making Art (History).
Edited by Stephen J. Campbell and Jérémie Koering
Published April 2014

 The Clever Object The Clever Object.
Edited by Matthew C. Hunter and Francesco Lucchini
Published June 2013
 The Erotics of Looking The Erotics of Looking: Materiality, Solicitation and Netherlandish Visual Culture.
Edited by Angela Vanhaelen & Bronwen Wilson
Published November 2012
 British Art

British Art in the Cultural Field, 1939-69
Edited by Lisa Tickner & David Peters Corbett
Published April 2012

 Anglo-American

Anglo-American: Artistic Exchange between Britain and the USA
Edited by David Peters Corbett & Sarah Monks
Published September 2011

 Creative Writing

Creative Writing and Art History
Edited by Catherine Grant & Patricia Rubin
Published April 2011

 Theatricality in Early Modern Art

Theatricality in Early Modern Visual Art and Architecture  
Edited by Caroline can Eck & Stijn Bussels
Published April 2010

View additional Special Issues here.

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