About

First published in 1980, Rutgers Art Review is an annual, open access journal produced by graduate students in the Department of Art History at Rutgers University. The journal is dedicated to presenting original research by graduate students in art history and related fields. Each year the editors convene an editorial board made up of students from the department and review all submissions. The strongest articles are reviewed by established scholars in the field and pass an extensive editorial process prior to publication in order to confirm that each one will meaningfully contribute to existing scholarship.

Publication Information

Articles appearing in Rutgers Art Review, ISSN 0194-049X, are abstracted and indexed online within the United States in History and Life, ARTbibliographies Modern, the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, BHA (Bibliography of the History of Art), Historical Abstracts, and the Wilson Art Index. In 2012, Rutgers Art Review transitioned from a subscription-based to an open-access, online publication. All future issues will be published online and made available for download on the RAR website Volumes page and through EBSCO’s WilsonWeb. The majority of past RAR issues have been scanned and are archived and available on the RAR website. Any volumes not online are available in hardcopy for $20.00. Please send requests or any correspondence to RAR editors to rutgersartreview@gmail.com

Editors - Volume 34

Kaitlin Booher
James Levinsohn
Kathleen Pierce