CFP – Lapis: The journal of the institute of fine arts
CfP: Lapis: The Journal of the Institute of Fine Arts
Lapis: The Journal of the Institute of Fine Arts seeks articles for its December 2019 issue.
Lapis is a peer-reviewed, open access journal of art history, architecture, and art conservation published by the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. Lapis is dedicated to scholarly articles on art history from all fields with an emphasis on publications from graduate students and early career scholars internationally. In considering art history as a trans-temporal and interdisciplinary practice tightly linked to material culture, Lapis strives to present studies that are broad in chronological, geographic, and methodological scope.
For its second issue, the editors are eager to receive a diverse range of topics and are especially interested in reviewing work on pre-modern or non-Western topics and technical studies of works of art that include an emphasis on visual analysis.
Articles between 4,000 and 5,000 words by graduate students and scholars within three years of graduation are welcomed.
All submissions must be formatted in .doc or .docx documents and should be double-spaced and in 12-point Times New Roman font. Please include all documents in a single Word Doc. For style and formatting, it is the author’s responsibility to ensure that submitted work corresponds to The Chicago Manual of Style’s guidelines. Note that Lapis cannot accept .pdf submissions.
Lapis practices blind peer-review. Your submitted document should only include author name on the first page. It is the author’s responsibility to ensure all subsequent pages are free of identifying information.
All submissions should include the following items in the following order:
Title page with author’s name, title, institutional affiliation (or year of degree conferral), contact information, and brief biographical statement (maximum 100 words);
Abstract (maximum 350 words);
Article (maximum 5000 words, excluding footnotes);
List of illustrations and captions;
Please email submissions to email@example.com. Our deadline for priority review will be Monday 15 July 2019. Work received after July 15th will be reviewed based on the needs of the journal following assessment of initial submissions.
Please note it is the author’s responsibility to be familiar with the journal’s contributor guidelines should a piece be accepted for publication. The author is responsible for securing usage rights for any and all images published.
Thank you for trusting us with your scholarship. We look forward to reviewing you work. Should you have any additional questions or queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Editorial Board
Lapis: The Journal of the Institute of Fine Arts
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