Volume 42, #1




About Woman's Art Journal
The Woman's Art Journal (WAJ) is published twice a year, in May and November. Founded in 1980, by Elsa Honig Fine and Margaret Barlow, since 2006 WAJ has been published by Old City Publishing of Philadelphia, with the ongoing support of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The Journal is led by Co-Editors Joan Marter, Board of Governors Professor Emerita, Rutgers University, and Aliza Adelman, with Book Review Editor Alison Poe, and a distinguished Editorial Board. WAJ is found in libraries around the world, and is available through JSTOR and all major online indexes.

New Voices Welcome
Representing the study of women and art worldwide, WAJ serves as a forum for feminist approaches to women artists from various art historical periods to the present. We invite your submissions. Whether your focus is on the Renaissance or contemporary art, a singular woman artist or a burning issue, a new insight or a variation on a familiar theme, your topic will be considered. We also invite art historians who would like to join our list of reviewers for new books and catalogues. Click on our Guidelines for Contributors for additional information about submissions.

Editorial Process
All submissions must be electronic and will be peer-reviewed by members of our editorial board and other scholars in the field. Authors must conform to our contributor's Guidelines for text and images before making a submission. Once a manuscript is accepted, editing will be done electronically with coordination and cooperation between the editors and the author. Reviewers send their reviews electronically to the editors and all reviews undergo a similar editing process to that described above.

Contact Us
Editors: Joan Marter and Aliza Adelman
Book review editor: Alison Poe
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