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Philosophy of Art History Pedagogy & Practice

For more information, please see Art History Pedagogy & Practice About This Journal page.

Types of Submissions

Art History Pedagogy & Practice welcomes a variety of submissions, from quantitative studies of teaching and learning in art history and across curricula to reflective essays about classroom experiences and concerns specific to art history’s pedagogies. The journal welcomes single- and multi-authored works as well as fully collaborative digital and multi-modal projects. We encourage submissions from authors at all academic levels, including collaborative projects that include graduate and/or undergraduate students as contributing authors. Submission types may include but are not limited to

  • Long form articles: essays and reports documenting completed or in-progress projects, theoretical or scholarly papers, reflections, or reviews of literature (3,000-10,000 words).
  • Short form essays: reports on works in progress, responses to previous articles, reflections about in-class experiences, and/or tools and tips about teaching methods that reflect on and assess the effectiveness of approach in a scholarly manner (1,500-3,000 words).
  • Multi-modal projects: in-progress or completed projects that fit into the rubric of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).

Submissions will be subject to a rigorous double-blind peer review process by two scholars in the field. Art History Pedagogy & Practice expects reviewers to adhere to our reviewing guidelines and provide formative, supportive feedback to authors. The journal does not accept simultaneous submissions, and all submissions should be previously unpublished and completely original. Work that has been explored in blog posts and conference papers should be appropriately revised, including incorporation of new content for publication.

Art History Pedagogy & Practice looks to provide an encouraging review process for scholars at all stages in their career.

Any questions about submissions can be addressed to info@arthistoryPP.org.

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General Submission Rules

Authors should only submit articles that have not been previously published and are not under simultaneous review at another publication. By submitting to Art History Pedagogy & Practice authors affirm that their work is original and that the foregoing conditions apply. Conference papers, presentations, white papers, blog posts, and other unpublished work may be submitted if (a) the author retains the copyright to that material and (b) the material is appropriately revised and expanded to meet the scholarly standards of Art History Pedagogy & Practice. Authors should indicate that they are submitting work that has previously existed in another form and where it previously appeared when they submit.

In addition, by submitting material to Art History Pedagogy & Practice, the author is stipulating that the material is not currently under review at another journal (electronic or print) and that he or she will not submit the material to another journal (electronic or print) until the completion of the editorial decision process at Art History Pedagogy & Practice. If you have concerns about the submission terms for Art History Pedagogy & Practice, please contact the editors.

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Peer Review Process

Peer Review Guidelines

Art History Pedagogy & Practice uses a double-blind peer review process. Initially, issue editors will review submitted manuscripts and will reject papers that are outside of the journal’s scope. As stated in the submission guidelines, authors are responsible for appropriately masking their manuscript prior to submission and Art History Pedagogy & Practice will ensure reviewers do not receive documentation or metadata that identifies the author. Returned reviews will be similarly blinded.

The review and revision process takes, on average, twelve weeks, with an initial decision within 5 weeks. Authors may not submit the manuscript to other publications while a review is in progress.

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Plagiarism

Art History Pedagogy & Practice does not accept articles which contain material plagiarized from other publications. For the purposes of this policy, plagiarism is defined as the unattributed use of text, images, and/or data created by others. This includes material in the manuscript written by the author and previously published in any form. In those cases where plagiarism is detected prior to publication, the manuscript will be rejected.

In those cases where plagiarism is detected after publication, the published article will be amended to state that it contains plagiarized material; in extreme cases of plagiarism, the publication will be removed and a note made on the journal's website as to the reason.

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Formatting Requirements

See Manuscript Guidelines for details about formatting of manuscripts.

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Copyright and Licensing

As a condition of publication in Art History Pedagogy & Practice, all authors agree to the following terms of licensing/copyright ownership:

  • First publication rights to original work accepted for publication is granted to Art History Pedagogy & Practice but copyright for all work published in the journal is retained by the author(s).
  • Works published in Art History Pedagogy & Practice will be published under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY-NC). By granting a CC-BY-NC license in their work, authors retain copyright ownership of the work, but they give explicit permission for others to download, reuse, reprint, modify, distribute, and/or copy the work, as long as the original source and author(s) are properly cited (i.e. a complete bibliographic citation and link to the Art History Pedagogy & Practice website).
  • Authors are permitted to post their work online in institutional/disciplinary repositories or on their own websites. Pre-print versions posted online should include a citation and link to the final published version in Art History Pedagogy & Practice as soon as the issue is available; post-print versions (including the final publisher's PDF) should include a citation and link to the journal's website.
  • Authors may enter into separate, additional contractual agreements for the non-exclusive distribution of the published version of the work, with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in Art History Pedagogy & Practice.

It will be the responsibility of the authors to secure all necessary copyright permissions for the use of third-party materials in their manuscript. Authors will be required to provide written evidence of this permission upon acceptance of their manuscript.

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General Terms and Conditions of Use

Users of the Art History Pedagogy & Practice website and/or software agree not to misuse the Art History Pedagogy & Practice service or software in any way.

The failure of Art History Pedagogy & Practice to exercise or enforce any right or provision in the policies or the Submission Agreement does not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. If any term of the Submission Agreement or these policies is found to be invalid, the parties nevertheless agree that the court should endeavor to give effect to the parties' intentions as reflected in the provision, and the other provisions of the Submission Agreement and these policies remain in full force and effect. These policies and the Submission Agreement constitute the entire agreement between Art History Pedagogy & Practice and the Author(s) regarding submission of the Article.

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