I am pleased to announce the release of the fall 2022 issue of American Art (vol. 36, no. 3).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Commentaries: Seeing the Survey Anew
- Introduction, by Kirsten Pai Buick
- Seeing the National Museum of the American Indian Anew as a Diplomatic Assemblage, by Jessica L. Horton
- Indexing Whiteness to American Design, by K. L. H. Wells
- Reframing Illustration, by Michael Lobel
- Picturing White Skin on Elephant Tusk, by Katherine Fein
- Material Absence, Relational Presence: Courtney M. Leonard and the Shinnecock Whales, by Zoë Colón
- Whiteness and the West Before the Transcontinental Railroad, by Alexis Monroe
- Where to Begin: Marking Race in Surveys of American Art, by Tanya Sheehan
- Plastic in Motion: Frederick Eversley’s Parabolic Lenses of the 1970s, by Danielle O’Steen
- The Storefront Method: Claes Oldenburg and the Anti-Poverty Project, 1959–1963, by E. C. Feiss
- Afro-Latinx Intersections: Nuyorican and Afro-Brazilian Art and Activism in New York City, by Abigail Lapin Dardashti
For submissions guidelines, see: journals.uchicago.edu/journals/amart/instruct.