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New electronic journal on Netherlandish art to be published by Historians of Netherlandish Art (HNA): call for articles

Historians of Netherlandish Art is pleased to announce the inauguration of an electronic Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art (JHNA) at The first issue will contain peer-reviewed articles and appear in June 2009.

The journal will be published two times per year.  Its articles will focus on art produced in the Netherlands (north and south), and in other countries as they relate to this art, from the Middle Ages through today.  This includes studies of painting, sculpture, graphic arts, tapestry, architecture, and decoration, from the perspectives of art history, of technical studies, and of museum research.   In the future, the journal will engage in other forms of presentation made possible by digital technology.  Book and exhibition reviews, however, will continue to be published in the HNA Newsletter.

All JHNA articles will be evaluated in a double blind peer review process, which seeks to assure the anonymity of the author and the reviewers.  Before an article or essay is accepted for publication, it will be sent to at least two knowledgeable scholars for assessment.  These evaluations will help to guide the editors’ decision, and in most circumstances will be shared with the author.   JHNA seeks to ensure the highest critical and intellectual standards.

Please consider forwarding this message to others who may be interested in this new resource.
Deadline for Submissions: January 5, 2009.  For Submission Guidelines please consult

Alison M. Kettering, Editor-in-Chief, JHNA, Carleton College,
Molly Faries, Associate Editor, JHNA, Indiana University,
Jeffrey Chipps Smith, Associate Editor, JHNA, University of Texas, Austin,

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