Art Documentation Call for Papers

Art Documentation editors are seeking articles both for the Fall 2007
and Spring 2008 issues. We would like to hear from authors who have
written, or plan to write, articles on topics of broad relevance to our
profession.

For the Fall 2007 issue, we are particularly interested in papers that
only need fine tuning or editing for publication; the preliminary
deadline is May 15, 2007. We are also seeking proposals for the new
“Between the Lines” feature that will appear in each issue of Art
Documentation. These articles should be 1,500-2,500 words in length
and
take the form of an in-depth review of a significant publication, a
comparative review featuring related publications, or a bibliographic
essay.

For the Spring 2008 issue, please send us your ideas and abstracts for
articles concerning research or projects on which you are working,
professional issues about which you are passionate, or other subjects
related to art librarianship and visual resources curatorship. The
preliminary deadline for this issue is October 15, 2007. Are you
presenting a paper at the Atlanta conference that would make a good Art
Documentation article? Let us know!

Art Documentation contributor guidelines may be found at:
http://www.arlisna.org/artdoc/contrib_guidelines.html

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