Panorama Launches Fall 2018 Issue and New Website
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Posted by: Jeff Richmond-Moll
The Association of Historians of American Art (AHAA) is pleased to announce the publication of the Fall 2018 issue of Panorama, AHAA’s peer-reviewed online journal of American art and visual culture from the colonial period to the present.
With the release of the fall issue, Panorama officially celebrates its new partnership with University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing. With their support, the journal has refreshed the design of its website and maximized its use of multimedia, developed an improved process for submissions (check it out here), put professional archiving systems in place so that our content will never disappear, and improved our findability so that it is easier than ever for scholars and researchers all over the world to find and access our feature articles, research notes, essays, and reviews.
With this new issue, Panorama is also excited to announce the premiere of a new section: In the Round, conceived to offer a forum for a variety of scholarly voices. The fall 2018 issues also contains feature articles on the Stieglitz Circle and Edward Lamson Henry; research notes on John White Alexander, Mary Cassatt, Thomas LeClear, and Robert Rauschenberg; an important Bully Pulpit on Indigenous artifacts and technology; nine exhibition reviews; and seven book reviews, making this the journal's largest issue ever.
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