Word & Image


Word & Image


Aims and Scope:

Word & Image concerns itself with the study of the
encounters, dialogues and mutual collaboration (or
hostility) between verbal and visual languages, one of the
prime new areas of humanistic criticism. Word & Image
provides a forum for articles that focus exclusively on
this special study of the relations between words and
images. Themed issues, guest-edited by internationally
acknowledged scholars, are a regular feature of the
journal. Recent examples include reading ancient and
medieval art, the picture and the text, and artists in two


Literary critics, art historians and critics,
linguisticians, cultural and social historians,
philosophers and psychologists, members of academic
departments of literature, art history, and media,
communication, and cultural studies.

Editor: John Dixon Hunt, University of Pennsylvania, The
Graduate School of Fine Art, USA

Publication Details:
Volume 19, 2003, 4 issues per year

ISSN 0266-6286

Internet Marketing Assistant: Claire Arnott
Email: claire.arnott@tandf.co.uk

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, July 29, 2003
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