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Hispanic Research Journal

Visual Arts Issue

 Editors: 

Jeffrey Schrader, University of Colorado Denver, USA
(
jeffrey.schrader@ucdenver.edu)

 Tom Nickson,  Courtauld Institute of Art, UK
(
Tom.Nickson@courtauld.ac.uk) 

A fifth issue of every year is now devoted to the visual arts, including painting, architecture, sculpture, film, photography, and exhibition and book reviews

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The Visual Arts Issue is one of two special annual issues of the Hispanic Research Journal, the other being Screen Arts. As with all issues of Hispanic Research Journal, it promotes research into the cultures of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, from the Middle Ages to the present day, but with a special focus on the visual arts – defined in their broadest sense to include all material and visual culture. Film and photography are covered by the Screen Arts issue, however. The issue is international in scope, and represents an important forum for the very best scholars working on Hispanic and Lusophone visual culture, past and present. Articles can be in English, Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese.

     

Co-Editor Tom Nickson talks to us
about the visual arts issues

                                                            

Since its first issue in 2007, the Visual Arts issue has had two special issues. The first (2010) is a collection of essays in honour of the distinguished scholar of Spanish art, Nigel Glendinning. The second, Picturing Kingship in Medieval Castile (2012), includes important essays by five scholars of medieval Spanish art, together with over fifty high-quality colour images – many of them reproducing important objects that have never before been published.

Instructions for Authors
This annual peer-reviewed publication is co-edited by Tom Nickson (Courtauld Institute of Art) and Jeff Schrader (University of Colorado, Denver), who work in close collaboration with the editor-in-chief of the Hispanic Research Journal. The editorial team actively solicits contributions from established figures in the field as well as from promising young scholars. The Visual Arts issue has slightly different style guides to the other issues of Hispanic Research Journal, so potential authors are advised to consult the guidelines here or consult the editors before submitting.

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THE JUAN FACUNDO RIAÑO ESSAY MEDAL
Call for essay submissions - deadline 1st November each year
To encourage emerging scholars who are based in the UK, ARTES, in collaboration with the Embassy of Spain, will award an annual essay medal to the author of the best art-historical essay on a Hispanic theme.
> Find out more here

 

2012 Visual Arts Issue

Volume 13, Number 5, October 2012

Free Content Picturing Kingship in Medieval Castile
pp. 385-385(1)
Author: Nickson, Tom

Inscribed/Effaced. The Estoria de Espanna after 1275
pp. 387-406(20)
Authors: Porto, Rosa María Rodríguez

Two Weddings and a Funeral: Alfonso X's Monuments in Burgos
pp. 407-433(27)
Authors: Hernández, Francisco Javier

History and Stories of Love and Conversion in Fourteenth-Century Burgos
pp. 449-467(19)
Authors: Ameijeiras, Rocío Sánchez

The issue is available to individuals free as part of an annual membership of the American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies (ASHAHS) or ARTES Iberian and Latin American Visual Culture Group. For details of how to become a member visit the ASHAHS website.

Subscribers to Hispanic Research Journal receive this issue as part of their subscription. However, it is possible to subscribe to this issue alone. For prices, please click here.