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Edited by Professor Joan Marter

Woman’s Art Journal has served as a forum for feminist concerns since 1980. The journal is published twice a year. Articles and reviews focus on wide-ranging topics, both contemporary and historical, offering new insights and revisionist views of familiar subjects. Rutgers has been sponsoring the Woman’s Art Journal for four years now, and the publication continues to be well received. More than 1100 subscribers in five countries include many university and museum libraries. Dozens of articles are submitted for review by members of the Editorial Board and selected scholars.

We invite authors to submit articles and to propose reviews of new books and exhibition catalogues. All topics are considered, and submissions are peer-reviewed. See our website for Contributors’ Guidelines

Edited by Graduate Students in the Department of Art History

The Rutgers Art Review is an annual journal produced by graduate students in the Department of Art History at Rutgers University. The journal is dedicated to presenting original research by graduate students in art history and related fields. For each volume the editors convene an editorial board made up of students from the department and review all new submissions. The strongest papers are then sent to established scholars in order to confirm that each one will contribute to existing scholarship.

Articles appearing in RAR are abstracted and indexed online in America: History and Life, ARTbibliographies Modern, the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, BHA (Bibliography of the History of Art), Historical Abstracts, and the Wilson Art Index. The journal is distributed by subscription to over one hundred of the finest university, museum, and public libraries in North America and Europe.

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Edited by Lilian Zirpolo and Joanna Gardner-Huggett, Alumni of the Department of Art History

aurora is published annually in November. It is sponsored by the WAPACC Organization and indexed in the Art Index, Artbibliographies Modern, and ITER. The full text is available in electronic versions in the H. W. Wilson, EBSCO, and Gale databases.

To ensure the highest standards of scholarship, manuscripts submitted for consideration in aurora undergo a rigorous peer review process. Articles utilizing any methodology on any aspect of the history of art are welcome. Obtaining photo rights is the sole responsibility of authors. For guidelines, see Submissions



Notes on Early Modern Art

Edited and Published by Lilian Zirpolo

Notes on Early Modern Art is a peer reviewed journal published biannually by Zephyrus Scholarly Publications LLC. The journal comprises short-length notes, articles, and book reviews. We accept submissions that deal with any aspect of the history of Early Modern art, approximately 100 to 3,500 words in length and accompanied by no more than four illustrations. Authors are solely responsible for obtaining copyright clearance of images and are expected to provide copies of pertaining documentation to the editor upon acceptance of their work. Notes on Early Modern Art adheres to the Chicago Style citation format. We only accept original work that is not under consideration elsewhere and which has not been published previously. The submission review process consists of a double blind review and is completed in approximately two to three months, at which time authors are notified of our decision and provided with comments and recommendations. Unsolicited book reviews are not accepted. Book reviews are assigned by the editor and are usually 700 to 800 words in length. Submissions and/or queries should be sent to the editor via email at







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