Art Libraries Journal
Art Libr J
Published/Hosted by ARLIS/UK & Ireland (Art Libraries Society).
The Art Libraries Journal is the premier journal of the art library profession worldwide. Published quarterly since 1976 its strong international focus is just one of the features that attracts contributions from key specialists in art librarianship and the management of visual resources. Over recent years agenda-setting articles have appeared on topics ranging from the role of art libraries in the post-modern world to the impact of the Internet and modern technology on art librarianship. The Art Libraries Journal works closely with the IFLA Section of Art Libraries, publishing a selection of its annual conference papers. Though mainly English-language, the ALJ also publishes articles in French, German and Spanish and these are normally accompanied by an English summary. In addition to its indispensable survey articles and special features, the Art Libraries Journal also publishes reviews of books about, or relevant to, art librarianship, such as major art-related bibliographies and major reference works. Other regular features include Bibliographies Update' and an annual bibliography of art librarianship. The Art Libraries Journal continues to be the main forum for the identification, explication and dissemination of the key issues facing art librarianship as we enter the new millennium. As a means of continuing and developing the often controversial issues raised, responses to articles from all readers are always welcome.
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