posted by Christopher Howard — Jan 16, 2014
CAA and Routledge are pleased to announce that caa.reviews, an online journal of book and exhibition reviews in the visual arts, is now open access. Born digital in 1998, caa.reviews fosters intellectual and creative engagement with critical issues in art history, museum scholarship, curatorial studies, and studio practice. Published on a continual basis, the content of caa.reviews—assessing scholarly books and catalogues, art exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world, academic conference and symposia, thematic essays, and more—is now freely available to all interested readers worldwide.
Becoming an open-access journal greatly enhances the reach and impact of caa.reviews, which averages approximately 150 texts a year covering all areas and periods of art history and visual studies. Readers will also be able to access several thousand reviews published since the journal’s inception. caa.reviews also publishes a list of recently published books in the arts and a compilation of dissertation titles—both completed and in progress—from graduate programs in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain.
“By offering an open-access caa.reviews, CAA can now share the expertise of its authors across a broad international spectrum of readers. Because the publication provides critical analyses of recent scholarly publications and exhibitions, caa.reviews can introduce the world to a broad range of scholarly, artistic, and curatorial projects,” said Anne Collins Goodyear, president of the CAA Board of Directors.
Earlier this year, Routledge and CAA began a new copublishing partnership. Routledge will now publish and distribute CAA’s journals, The Art Bulletin and Art Journal—both in print and online—and provide a platform for the online journal, caa.reviews. Start exploring caa.reviews today by visiting www.caareviews.org.
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