The North Street Review is a peer-reviewed annual publication for original and innovative postgraduate scholarship in the field of art history. Founded as Inferno in 1994, and published as the St Andrews Journal of Art History and Museum Studies from 2009-2013, the North Street Review publishes essays representing the diverse approaches to all facets of art history both within the University of St. Andrews, the United Kingdom, and abroad.
Inclusive and interdisciplinary, the Review
encourages research from all methodological perspectives and invites contributions concerning art history across all time periods and geographical areas. Aspects of art historical research may include, but are not restricted to:
- Performance art;
- Film art;
- Museum and Gallery Studies.
As the North Street Review
approaches its twentieth anniversary, we hope that its broad scope and continuing historical, cultural, and theoretical outreach serves to encourage and expand diversity within postgraduate research into art history.
Forthcoming: North Street Review, vol. 17, no. 1
|Announcing the latest edition of the North Street Review: Arts and Visual Culture, vol. 17, no. 1, to be launched in October 2014.
Vol 17 (2014)
Welcome to the 2014 edition of the postgraduate journal of Art History and Musum and Gallery Studies. From this issue the journal will be published predominantly online, and has been re-named: North Street Review:Art and Visual Culture.
Cover image: Attributed to Tommaso Salini. The Piping Shepherd Boy (detail). c.1620-25. Oil on canvase (c) Coram in the care of the Foundling Museum