Happy New Year from AHTR!

As the year comes to an end, we at AHTR wanted to share with you hope and excitement for 2017. The new e-journal Art History Pedagogy and Practice was launched on December 16, 2016 (this first issue is available here). It features four articles, which were selected through double-blind peer review from a submission pool of 23 manuscripts, and two invited contributions including an editors’ introduction.  Only one week after publication, articles from AHPP had been downloaded 1035 times by readers at 71 institutions in 36 countries. We are thrilled to support this scholarship and dialogue, and look forward to more next year. 

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Join the conversation in 2017! A Call For Papers for the next issue (Vol. 2, No. 1 forthcoming in Spring 2017) is now live.

Further, there are some great sessions coming up at CAA for those who will be attending in February.

Prove It! Publish It! Art History and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (sponsored by Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Tech)
Wednesday 2/15 8:30-10am
Art History Pedagogy and Practice Poster Session (Karen Shelby and Virginia Spivey, on behalf of AHTR)
Thursday 2/16 12-1:30pm
Friday 2/17 12-1:30
State of the Art (History): Pedagogy Lab (organized by Michelle Millar Fisher on behalf of AHTR)
Friday 2/17 5:30-7:00pm
Collaboration in Action: The Founding of Art History Pedagogy and Practice (part of What have you done for art history lately? 2017 edition)
Saturday 3:30-5pm
For now, we wish you a wonderful, healthy, and relaxed start to a productive new year.
Best wishes from us all,

Michelle Millar Fisher / Curatorial Assistant, Architecture + Design, The Museum of Modern Art / PhD Candidate, CUNY Graduate Center / Founder and Co-Dean, AHTR

Parme Giuntini, PhD / Adjunct Associate Professor, Otis College of Art and Design / Contributing Editor, AHTR

Naraelle Hohensee, PhD / Independent Scholar / Contributing Editor, AHTR

Renee McGarry / Senior Instructional Designer, Sotheby’s Institute of Art / Advisor, Co-Managing Editor, AHPP

Karen Shelby, PhDTenured Assistant Professor, Baruch College, City University of New York / Founder and Co-Dean, AHTR

Virginia Burns Spivey, PhD / Independent Scholar / Contributing Editor, AHTR; Project Leader and Co-Managing Editor, AHPP

Kathleen Wentrack, PhDAssociate Professor, Art and Design, Queensborough Community College / Contributing Editor, AHTR

Amy Raffel and Jon Mann, site editors

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