H-ArtHist: H-Net's e-mail discussion list for art history
What is H-ArtHist?
H-ArtHist is a discussion and information
forum for art history belonging to H-Net - Humanities & Social Sciences Online.
With more than 60,000 participants in about 90 discussion lists worldwide, H-Net is the
largest group of electronic networks in the humanities and cultural studies (for more
information see www.h-net.msu.edu).
is refereed and
edited by an independent
board, which may also commission contributions. Essential
aspects of the editorial board's policies are formulated in the H-Net
constitution and by-laws.
messages posted by H-ArtHist are stored and can be found on our archive
+ search page. The archive is free and open to everyone.
In accordance with the editorial lines of major scholarly journals, contributions will be
accepted in more than one language: English, French, Italian and German.
How do I use H-ArtHist?
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available to any qualified individual. Those interested are kindly requested to fill in
an application form, that
allows us to put you in touch with other subscribers whose work is related to yours.
The subscribers of H-ArtHist will receive
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contributions. You can unsubscribe any time, or receive mails in digest
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you want to contribute to H-ArtHist, you can contact the editorial
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