donderdag 17 mei 2018
CFP: Oud Holland – new style
Oud Holland – new style
The oldest surviving art-historical journal in the world is a nineteenth-century Dutch periodical. After 135 years of uninterrupted publication, Oud Holland is reinventing itself in 2018, with a broader editorial board and, in addition to the printed journal, a complementary new online platform.
Oud Holland is also expanding its scope in order to give a platform to high-quality research on Belgian and Dutch art of the ‘long’ nineteenth century. It is now actively seeking contributions in this field from scholars and museum professionals.
Open to both traditional and innovative approaches, Oud Holland is dedicated to publishing ambitious and original contributions that meet the highest scholarly standards, guaranteed by a system of double-blind peer review. In return, Oud Holland offers a prestigious forum in an internationally leading journal that is listed in all major indexes, including Web of Science.
More information here.
Image: David Oyens, An artist reading l’Art Moderne, 1884, canvas, Dordrechts Museum.