The Studies in Arts and Humanities (SAH) is a peer-reviewed journal which aims to be all-encompassing in terms of subject, contribution and readership in the field of arts and humanities. The main objective of SAH is to facilitate a challenging yet accessible intellectual platform for a diverse range and lively mix of critical analysis and informed opinion. Although academic content will form a significant part, the journal aims to reach out to a wider audience in a broader manner. It is the journal’s belief that divisions between academic disciplines in the arts and humanities are increasingly blurred. To this end the journal aims to forge a textual cartography that draws on a formidable range of disciplines within the arts and humanities, the output of which is made available on open access.
The Studies in Arts and Humanities is delighted to announce it will be celebrating the launch of Volume 2, Issue 2 at Trinity Long Room Hub on Thursday, December 15 at 6pm. All are welcome to attend this free event.
The launch event will include a wine reception and an introduction and screening of Ossian & the Hare by Naomi Wilson of Loophead Studio.
A map of Trinity Long Room Hub within Trinity College Dublin can be viewed here.
A review and a selection of photographs from the launch of Volume 2, Issue 1 of SAH can be found here.
SAH journal is now accepting submissions for its next issue. The journal welcomes submissions from academics, students, and practitioners in the field of arts and humanities. Interested parties should see author guidelines.