The Association of Historians of Nineteenth-Century Art (AHNCA) is
pleased to report an enthusiastic response to the inaugural issue of
its peer-reviewed journal, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide. All H-
ArtHist members are invited to visit www.19thc-artworldwide.org to
read the first issue's seven articles and six reviews. The second
issue will be launched in September 2002, the third issue will appear
in February 2003. Please also visit the journal's webpage for
information about submitting articles and reviews for consideration
in future issues.
The Association of Historians of Nineteenth-Century Art (AHNCA) has
launched Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, the first scholarly,
peer-reviewed E-journal devoted to nineteenth-century painting,
sculpture, graphic arts, photography, architecture, and decorative
arts across the globe. The first issue was launched in February 2002,
and is now free to all at www.19thc-artworldwide.org.
Published three times annually, this journal is open to various
historical and theoretical approaches; its chronological scope is the
"long" 19th century, stretching from the American and French
Revolutions to World War I. Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide seeks
to expand the periods canon and highlight the interconnectedness of
the different nations artistic achievements. Articles are 4,000-
6,000 words long and can include up to 10 illustrations, all of which
appear in color. The next deadline for article submissions is
September 15, 2002 for publication in February 2003. Suggestions for
book and exhibition reviews are invited. Please visit www.19thc-
artworldwide.org to see Issue #1, a vision statement, a list of
editors and editorial advisory board members, and a style sheet.
Table of Contents for Issue #1 of Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide:
Annette Blaugrund, Werner Busch, Henri Dorra, Lynda Nead, Linda
Nochlin, "Whither Nineteenth-Century Art History?"
Julia Ballerini, "Young Women in Old Clothes: The Politics of Adolphe
Braun's Personifications of Alsace and Lorraine"
Walther K. Lang, "The Legendary Zaporozhian Cossacks: Anarchy and
Nationalism in the Conception of Ilya Repin and Nicolai Gogol"
Judith Meighan, "In Praise of Motherhood: The Promise and Failure of
Painting for Social Reform in Late Nineteenth-Century Italy"
Stephen Pinson, "Trompe l'oeil: Photography's Illusion Reconsidered"
Joy Sperling, "'Art Cheap and Good': the Art Union and the Middling
Classes in England and the United States, 1840-1860"
Michelle Tolni, "'Beetle-Abominations' and Birds on Bonnets:
Zoological Fantasy in Late Nineteenth-Century Dress"
Victoria M. Young, "Pugin's Mount Saint Bernard Abbey: the
International Character of England's Nineteenth-Century Monastic
The issue also includes reviews of books and exhibitions:
Elizabeth Mansfield on Lynda Nead's Victorian Babylon
Susan Sidlauskas'Body, Place and Self in Nineteenth-Century Painting
Jane Mayo Roos on Beyond the Easel
Sura Levine on James Ensor Drawings
William Hauptman on Louise Breslau
Elizabeth K. Menon on Patricia Mathews' Passionate Discontent
Nancy Locke's Manet and Family Romance
Pamela Gerrish Nunn on Frederick Sandys, John Brett and
Janice Helland's Professional Women Painters in Nineteenth-Century
Promotions Manager, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide
Associate Professor of Art History
Amherst, MA 01002
TOC: 19th-Century Art Worldwide (AHNCA). In: ArtHist.net, 22.05.2002. Letzter Zugriff 30.03.2023. <https://arthist.net/archive/25024>.