TOC Jul 28, 2005

American Art, Vol. 19, No. 2

Cynthia Mills

The Smithsonian American Art Museum is pleased to announce the publication
of the Summer 2005 issue of

American Art
volume 19, no. 2

"The Return of the Eighteenth Century" in Americanist scholarship.

Table of contents:

Commentaries:

Wendy Bellion
"The Return of the Eighteenth Century"

Maurie D. McInnis
"Little of Artistic Merit? The Problem and Promise of Southern Art History"

Ellen G. Miles
"Looking Back: A Personal Perspective on Portraiture"

Feature Articles:

Jennifer Wingate
"Over the Top: The Doughboy in World War I Memorials and
Visual Culture"

Sue Taylor
"Grant Wood's Family Album"

Joann Moser
"The Continuing Adventures of William T. Wiley" (an interview)

New Perspective:

Judy Bullington
"Thelma Johnson Streat and Cultural Synthesis on the West Coast"

Appreciation:

Sam Hunter
"Remembering Tom Wesselmann (1931-2004): And His Alter Ego, Slim
Stealingworth"

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American Art is a peer-reviewed periodical published three
times per year, in March, July and November. Articles may
encompass any aspect of America’s visual heritage, including
the fine arts, popular culture, photography and electronic
media, public art, architecture, and the decorative arts.

American Art is now being published in both print and
electronic editions by the University of Chicago Press for the
Smithsonian American Art Museum. Information about submitting
manuscripts, ordering subscriptions or single copies, reprint
rights, and placement of ads for symposia and other events in
the journal can be found at
http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/AmArt

Reference:
TOC: American Art, Vol. 19, No. 2. In: ArtHist.net, Jul 28, 2005 (accessed Apr 21, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/27343>.

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