Since its launch in April of 2009, the Art&Education Papers archive has published a wide range of scholarly articles on the visual arts. A free contributor-driven platform, A&E Papers seeks to expand publication opportunities for art historians, theorists, curators, and artists, and to make papers more easily available to the public.
As A&E Papers continues to grow, we are reiterating our call for new and existing scholarly articles from around the world. Texts should be research-based articles pertaining to art history or contemporary art, and can be culled from conference papers, seminar papers, dissertation chapters, etc. We ask that you include a 100-word abstract, a short biography, and full contact information. We ask that you submit pieces anywhere from 2,000 to approximately 7,500 words and include a 100 word abstract and full contact information (or publication information for previously published texts).
All submissions are welcome and will be considered for publication on the website. Please submit articles by email to papers[AT]artandeducation[DOT]net and consult the website for further information and updates: www.artandeducation.net/papers.
Note that all submissions are the property of the author; permissions necessary to post papers and any accompanying illustrations are the responsibility of the author.
Art&Education Papers facilitates access to an archive of scholarly writing by and for Art&Education’s rapidly growing audience, which currently comprises an international network of more than 70,000 visual arts professionals and academics. At a time when the distribution of many forms of knowledge remains confined to small conferences, private seminars, or specialized academic journals, we believe that the broad distribution and exchange of ideas is key to increasing dialogue in all aspects of art production, criticism, and history.
Art&Education is a collaboration between Artforum and e-flux.