Since Art History was first published in 1978, it has been a vital space for debate. The material that has subsequently appeared in the journal’s pages remains a rich archive of research material. To complement our on-going programme of special issues, Art History has commissioned a number of scholars to draw together thematic collections of articles to form virtual issues of the journal. Accompanied by newly-written historiographic introductions, this series of interventions points to the continuing importance of Art History as an invaluable disciplinary repository.
Classical Art History
Drawn together to accompany the June 2018 special issue, ‘The Embodied Object in Classical Antiquity’, editorial board member Michael Squire introduces a virtual issue of contributions addressing material from the ancient world.
Documents of Human Culture as a Whole: Art History and World Art Studies
In the inaugural virtual issue of Art History, published in 2015, the journal’s Managing Editor, Samuel Bibby, brings together eight contributions in order to chart the place of World Art Studies over the years.