Art History Pedagogy & Practice is a peer-reviewed open access e-journal devoted to scholarship of teaching and learning in art history. It is published biannually by Art History Teaching Resources (AHTR), a peer-populated open educational resource, in partnership with the Office of Library Services of the City University of New York and the Graduate Center at the City University of New York.
Individuals interested in publishing should consult the Call for Participation for details.
Submissions should be prepared according to our manuscript guidelines.We will post a call for our first themed issue in summer 2017.
Looking Beyond the Canon: Localized and Globalized Perspectives in Art History Pedagogy
Aditi Chandra, Leda Cempellin, Kristen Chiem, Abigail Lapin Dardashti, Radha J. Dalal, Ellen Kenney, Sadia Pasha Kamran, Nina Murayama, and James P. Elkins
De-Centering “The” Survey: The Value of Multiple Introductory Surveys to Art History
Melissa R. Kerin PhD and Andrea Lepage PhD
Making the Absent Present: The Imperative of Teaching Art History
Beth Harris PhD and Steven Zucker PhD