The Summer 2023 issue (vol. 15.2) of the refereed, open-access Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art (jhna.org) is published. Two feature articles address artistic and cultural encounters between the Netherlands and Southern Europe and demonstrate the far reach of Northern European culture in the early modern period. Also in this issue, two JHNA Perspectives essays examine recent scholarship, and suggest directions for the future, in two methodological approaches, each of which has had a transformative impact on the study of Netherlandish art.
Perry Chapman, Jacquelyn N. Coutré, Bret Rothstein, Joanna Woodall, Alison M. Kettering
Crusading in a Lisbon Convent: The Making and Meaning of The Passion of Christ in Jerusalem (Lisbon, ca. 1500)
Hendrick Goltzius: Painting with Colored Chalk
Alison M. Kettering
Gender, Sexuality, and the Future of Agency Studies in Northern Art, 1400–1600 (JHNA Perspectives 2)
Economic Histories of Netherlandish Art (JHNA Perspectives 3)
Elizabeth Alice Honig, Jessica Stevenson Stewart, Yanzhang (Tony) Cui
JHNA publishes peer-reviewed original scholarship, across a range of methodological approaches, on Dutch, Flemish, German, and Franco-Flemish art and material culture dating from the medieval period through the eighteenth century. JHNA also publishes state of research and critical essays, as well as English translations of significant articles originally published in other languages. For more information about submissions, see the newly revised guidelines.
H. Perry Chapman, University of Delaware, Editor in Chief
Jacquelyn N. Coutré, Art Institute of Chicago, Associate Editor
Bret Rothstein, Indiana University, Associate Editor
Joanna Woodall, The Courtauld Institute, Associate Editor
Alison M. Kettering, Carleton College, Past Editor in Chief