CAA Registration — Last Week for Best Rates

Posted in conferences (to attend) by Editor on December 6, 2010

Early Registration for CAA ends December 10.

The upcoming conference, taking place February 9–12, 2011, at the Hilton New York in midtown Manhattan, begins the celebration of CAA’s one-hundredth anniversary. Online registration is now open, and hotel reservations can be made. Register before the early deadline, December 10, to get the lowest rate and to ensure your place in the Directory of Attendees. You may also purchase tickets for special events, such as the reception at the Metropolitan Museum of Art following the presentation of the annual Awards for Distinction, as well as for professional-development workshops on a variety of topics for artists and scholars.

The CAA Annual Conference is the world’s largest international forum for professionals in the visual arts, offering more than two hundred stimulating sessions, panel discussions, roundtables, and meetings. CAA anticipates more than five thousand artists, art historians, students, curators, critics, educators, art administrators, and museum professionals to attend the Centennial event.

Call for Articles: ‘Hispanic Research Journal’

Posted in Calls for Papers by Editor on December 6, 2010

Hispanic Research Journal—Annual Visual Arts Issue
Submissions due by 15 January 2011

Hispanic Research Journal promotes and disseminates research into the cultures of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, from the Middle Ages to the present day. The fields covered include literature and literary theory, cultural history and cultural studies, language and linguistics, and film and theatre studies. As of 2007, the journal was expanded to include one issue per year devoted to the visual arts of Iberia and Latin America, co-edited by ASHAHS and ARTES (Iberian and Latin American Visual Culture Group). Hispanic Research Journal publishes articles in four languages; Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, and English, and encourages, especially through its features section, debate and interaction between researchers all over the world who are working in these fields.

The visual arts issue co-editors invite submissions for scholarly, refereed articles (up to 8,000 words) covering art, architecture, and design from the medieval period to the present in Iberia, and from the colonial era to the present in Latin America. Consult the Notes for Contributors guidelines at www.maney.co.uk/journals/notes/hispanic. For submissions and questions, please contact Kelly Donahue-Wallace (kwallace@unt.edu).

Dr. Kelly Donahue-Wallace
Associate Professor of Art History
Interdisciplinary Art and Design Studies Program Coordinator
University of North Texas

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