The Art Bulletin
Description:The Art Bulletin publishes leading scholarship in the English language in all aspects of art history as practiced in the academy, museums, and other institutions. From its founding in 1913 the journal has published, through rigorous peer review, scholarly articles and critical reviews of the highest quality in all areas and periods of the history of art. Articles take a variety of methodological approaches, from the historical to the theoretical. In its mission as a journal of record, The Art Bulletin fosters an intensive engagement with intellectual developments and debates in contemporary art-historical practice. The journal, which welcomes submissions from scholars worldwide and at every career stage, is published four times a year in March, June, September, and December by the College Art Association.
Coverage: 1919-2014 (Vol. 2, No. 1 - Vol. 96, No. 4)
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Subjects: Art & Art History, Arts
Collections: Arts & Sciences III Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection
Joe Bender (French; Secondary Field Visual and Environmental Studies).
Mapping the Paris Suburbs On Screen, 1958-2012
Verena Conley [Tom Conley, Robb Moss (VES), Réda Bensmaïa (Brown).]
*ELIZABETH CARTER HANRAHAN (French)
Taming the Gypsy: How French Romanitcs Recaptured a Past"
Janet Beizer, [Verena Conley,Anne McCall (SUNY Binghamton)]
Laura Connor (Spanish)
Frameworks: The Limits of Perception and Representation in Spanish Narrative
and Painting, 1880-1920
Brad Epps [Luis Fernández Cifuentes, Jordana Mendelson (NYU)]
Paola de Santo (Italian)
(Ne) Habeas corpus: The Body and the Body Politic in the,figures of the Ambassador and the Courtesan in Renaissance Italy
Giuliana Minghelli, [Francesco Erspamer, Katharina Piechocki]
Mary Disalvo (Italian)
Redirecting Neorealism: Italian Auteur-Actress Collaborations of the 1950s and 1960s.
Giuliana Minghelli, [Francesco Erspamer and Millicent Marcus (Yale U.)]
Andrew Gray (Spanish)
Makers and Creators: Human and Divine Artistry in Calderón
Mary Gaylord [Luis Girón Negrón, Christopher Johnson, Ricardo Padrón.]
Rebeca Hey Colon (Spanish)
Sea-ing Words: An Exploration of the Maritime in Contemporary Caribbean and
Doris Sommer [Mariano Siskind, Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé (Fordham U.)]
Rosario Hubert (Dual Track Spanish and Portuguese)
Disorientations. Latin American Fictions of East Asia
Mariano Siskind [David Damrosch, Nicolau Sevcenko, Diana Sorensen]
Nicole Legnani (Spanish)
Love Interest: Figures and Fictions of Venture Capital and the Law in Conquista
Mary Gaylord, [Luis Girón Negron, Luis Cárcamo Huechante (U. Texas-Austin).]
Adam Muri-Rosenthal (Italian)
Residual Visions: Rubbish, Refuse and Marginalia in Italian Cinema from Neorealism
to the Present
Giuliana Minghelli [Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Jeffrey Schnapp]
Maria Piedad Quevedo Alvarado (Spanish)
Epistemología criolla, práctica poética y soberanía simbólica en la Nueva Granada:
El desierto prodigioso y prodigio del desierto de Pedro de Solís y Valenzuela.
José Rabasa [Luis Girón Negrón, Luis Fernando Restrepo (University of Arkansas).]
Paul Politte (Spanish)
Contrapunteo: The Question of “National” Theater in Turn-of-the-Century Argentina
Doris Sommer [Mariano Siskind, Patricia Ybarra (Brown University)]
Natalie Potok Saaris (French)
Refashioning the Novel in the Age of Image Media
Alice Jardine, [Judith Ryan (Comp Lit), Jimena Canales (History of Science)].
Kathryn Rose (French)
Digesting Modernism: Representations of Food and Incorporation in Nineteenth
and Twentieth-Century French Fiction
Janet Beizer [Susan Suleiman, Christie McDonald],
Andres Sanin (Spanish)
Reír o no reír: (meta)humorismo y violencia en la literatura contemporánea de
Colombia y México
Doris Sommer, [Sergio Delgado, Héctor Hoyos (Stanford University).]
Cinthya Torrs Nunez (Dual Track Spanish and Portuguese)
Mapping the Amazon: Territory, Identity, and Modernity in the Literatures of
Peru and Brazil (1900-1930)
Nicolau Sevcenko, [Doris Sommer, José Rabasa]