CFP: Journal of Women in the Arts

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Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 10:58:32 -0600
From: Jennifer Golightly <Jennifer.Golightly@DU.EDU>
Subject: Amended–ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts 1640-1830

The editors of ABO: Interactive Journal for Women
in the Arts 1640-1830 are pleased to announce the
release of volume 2.2, a special issue dedicated
to the topic of “The State of the Profession.”
The new issue features reviews of recent work by
Eve Tavor Bannet, Susan Carlile, James P. Carson,
Pilar Cuder-Domínguez, and Bonnie Nelson and
Catherine Burroughs as well as a special panel of
essays by Linda Zionkowsi, Catherine Ingrassia,
Srvidhya Swaminathan, Mona Narain, Christine
Clark-Evans, Julie Candler Hayes, Lisa A.
Freeman, Judith Slagle, and Nora Nachumi.

Please visit our website to view the new issue.

ABO is an online academic journal that serves as
a forum for interactive scholarly discussion on
all aspects of women in arts between 1640 and
1830, especially literature, visual arts, music,
performance art, film criticism, and production
arts. The journal features peer-reviewed articles
encompassing subjects on a global range and is
intended for scholars and students.  The journal
is comprised of five divisions: Scholarship;
Pedagogy; New Media; Notes and Discoveries; and

Jennifer Golightly, Ph.D.
Arts & Culture Program
University College
University of Denver

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