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What’s New with ACLS Humanities E-Book?

posted by Christopher Howard — Oct 15, 2015

October … shorter days, cooler nights, pumpkin spice in everything, and ACLS Humanities E-Book’s launch of Round 12! This recently released collection of 370 scholarly books offers new titles selected by scholars and learned societies. ACLS Humanities E-Book is the online publisher of CAA’s monographs, and this partnership has helped to develop an essential resource in art history and architecture.

Round 12 includes four winners of CAA’s Charles Rufus Morey Book Award, all published by Princeton University Press:

  • The Sculpture of Donatello by H. W. Janson (1957)
  • Esprit De Corps: The Art of the Parisian Avant-Garde and the First World War 1914–1925 by Kenneth Silver (1989)
  • Only Connect . . . Art and the Spectator in the Italian Renaissance by John Shearman (1992)
  • Lorenzo Ghiberti by Richard Krautheimer (1956)

Eighteen titles in the Villa I Tatti series, published in collaboration with Harvard University Press and the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, are also featured as part of ACLS Humanities E-Book’s online collection. Since 1961, the Villa I Tatti program has welcomed over one thousand fellows working in the fields of Italian Renaissance art, history, literature, and music. The research center has thus generated some of the most significant scholarship on the Italian Renaissance published over the last decades.

Subscriptions to Humanities E-Book are available to individual and institutional members of CAA. Individuals should write to subscriptions@hebook.org; institutions should contact lwalton@hebook.org.

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