The journal serves as a venue for the publication of outstanding peer-reviewed and edited content primarily relating to themes of significance to the Midwest Art History Society (MAHS) and its members. Material may take the form of scholarly essays on a chosen art historical theme or national contemporary issue that develops based on the conference’s keynote lecture and/or a group of related sessions, a foundational figure in MAHS’s history, a particular Midwestern art collection, or historiography of art historical scholarship. Although MAHS was originally founded in 1973 as a Midwest organization, its board of directors, membership, and conference participants are drawn from across the country. It is a recognized affiliated society of the College Art Association.
Midwest Art History Society (MAHS)
Rate of Publication
This journal aims to publish on a biennial basis, allowing time between issues for establishing a theme and soliciting appropriate content.
This journal exists in the Texas Digital Library powered by Open Journal System with the generous support of Baylor University, Midwest Art History Society, and VGreen Design.