Elsewhere – The International Journal of Self-Taught and Outsider Art
Elsewhere – The International Journal of Self-Taught and Outsider Art is a refereed journal that publishes essays on all aspects of art, its histories, contexts, and debates, as they relate to the field. The journal provides a forum for serious, sustained writing on Outsider Art and its multiple manifestations from around the world: Art Brut, Self-Taught Art, Contemporary Folk Art, Fresh Invention, Art Singulier, Visionary Art. It takes a trans-disciplinary standpoint, welcoming contributions from scholars in the humanities, arts, social sciences and medicine, and is cross-cultural in approach.
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Colin Rhodes, Professor of Art History & Theory, The University of Sydney, Australia
Brooke Davis Anderson, Director and Curator, The Contemporary Center, American Folk Art Museum, New York, USA
Roger Cardinal, Emeritus Professor of Literary & Visual Studies, University of Kent, UK
Bernard L. Herman, George B. Tindall Professor, Department of American Studies, University of North Carolina, USA
Jo Farb Hernández, Executive Director, Saving and Preserving Arts and Cultural Environments (SPACES); Director, Thompson Art Gallery; Professor, Department of Art and Art History, San José State University, USA
Charles Russell, Professor and Associate Director, Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience; Director of the American Studies Program, Rutgers University, Newark, USA