Supported by the Department of History of Art at the University of Birmingham (UK), The Journal of Art Historiography is an "open-access peer-reviewed e-journal...dedicated to the self-critical exploration of art history as a methodological practice." The website menu includes a guide that points out some themes that have been explored throughout the 19 issues of the journal since 2009. These themes include "global" art history; questioning the art historical paradigms; re-evaluating the scholars and their works; and collectors and consumers: the "other" figures in art history, to name a few. An interesting member of the last category is an article about conservators from issue 11, 2014, "How the west was won: Charles Muskavitch, James Roth, and the arrival of 'scientific' art conservation in the western United States," by Seth Adam Hindin. The website also includes submission guidelines for scholars wishing to contribute, as well as a listing of the internationally-based editorial board.
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