CALL FOR PAPERS: Research Notes

Panorama seeks shorter works of original scholarship that bring new research discoveries, new museum acquisitions, or developing projects (academic, curatorial, and/or digital) to the attention of its readers. Research Notes should be written in the first person, since we want the author’s voice to be a significant presence. They can be informal, and you are encouraged to express your excitement.

We want your discovery moment in the introductory paragraph, including or followed by how you discovered the information. Further along, we ask you to explain your discovery, how it aids your own work, and its possible importance for the field. We see the Research Notes as an opportunity to surface these great (and rare) moments when something comes to light. Notes are ideally approximately 2,500 words; they can include footnotes and up to five illustrations. Please follow the checklist and guidelines above. Deadline for submission is April 1, 2019.

For further information please consult:

Please send your submission and any questions to:

Kevin Murphy
Erin Pauwels