Midwest Art History Society
The Midwest Art History Society brings together academic, museum-based, and independent art historians in the common goal of scholarly inquiry and the exchange of ideas.
Call for Submissions
Call for Submissions Details
Submissions are encouraged to The Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome (https://www.aarome.org/publications/memoirs-aar), established in 1915 and published by the University of Michigan Press.
Volume 40, bearing the calendar date of 1995, initiated a new phase in the life of series, which has subsequently appeared as an annual journal containing articles in the wide range of fields that have traditionally been important to the Academy. These include classical studies and archaeology, art history, and Italian cultural and historical studies from the Middle Ages to the present. Submissions are encouraged from any scholar working in these fields; formal affiliation with the Academy is not necessary.
For further information, please contact the editor, Prof. Sinclair Bell (email@example.com).
Announcing: MAHS Annual Conference, March 2020, is in Houston!
Announcing: MAHS Annual Conference, March 2020, is in Houston! Details
Click here to reserve your room now in Houston for the MAHS Annual Conference, March 19-21, 2020, at the Magnolia Hotel Houston, 1100 Texas Avenue, Houston. Group rates are available until February 25, 2020.
Keynote Speaker Mari Carmen Ramírez is the Wortham Curator of Latin American Art & Director of the International Center for the Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. She will be speaking on the evening of March 19.
2019 Program Booklet
MAHS First e-Publication is Now Online
MAHS First e-Publication is Now Online Details
The first e-publication of MAHS is now online! Click here to download "Monumental Troubles: Rethinking What Monuments Mean Today"—seven papers presented at the 2018 MAHS Annual Conference in Indianapolis in a session chaired by Erika Doss, Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame. The essays address controversies surrounding various public monuments, from Civil War statues to AIDS memorials; how their meaning changed over time; and responses to them, including calls to remove, relocate, or destroy them. "Monumental Troubles" appears on ND Curate, the online platform of the University of Notre Dame for scholarly publlications. The MAHS publication was edited by Erika Doss and Cheryl Snay (Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame).