Review of British art and visual culture scholarship
Call for reviews. Since 1992, the Historians of British Art has fostered communication about and promoted the study and sharing of ideas among those engaged in any type of scholarship or other professional endeavor related to British art of every area and period. HBA has an affiliate
session at the annual College Art Association conference, and it sponsors sessions at multi-disciplinary venues. The next issue of the HBA Newsletter will inaugurate a section called Reviews, which will supplement the ongoing evaluation of relevant books with reviews of additional forms of scholarship, namely, exhibitions, articles and lectures relating to the study and teaching of British art and visual culture.
Individually or in collaboration with another colleague, graduate students and university, museum, and gallery affiliated as well as independent art historians active around the world, and individuals representing fields other than art history are invited to submit 800 word evaluations of current exhibitions, lectures, and recently published works of scholarship. Also welcome are longer reviews (1600 words)that consider multiple examples, such as a lecture and book, an article along with an exhibition, or several articles or books, etc.
Questions and completed work may be directed to HBA Newsletter Editor Jennifer Way at: JWay@unt.edu. The deadline to receive reviews for the fall edition of the newsletter is September 27, 2005.
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