ASAP/Journal is the scholarly journal of ASAP: The Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present. Co-edited by Jonathan P. Eburne (Penn State) and Amy Elias (University of Tennessee) and published by the Johns Hopkins University Press, ASAP/Journal explores new developments in post-1960s visual, media, literary, and performance arts. Promoting dialogue between artists and critics across the arts and humanities, ASAP/Journal publishes methodologically cutting-edge, conceptually adventurous, and historically nuanced research concerning the arts of the present, broadly conceived.
Beginning in 2016, ASAP-Journal will be published triannually in January, May, and September. Each issue will include six to eight peer-reviewed scholarly articles, an editors’ forum, and an interview with a practicing artist, in addition to other regular features. Issues also will include reports of forthcoming and past ASAP activities.
An advanced graduate student in Comparative Literature sometimes serves as the editorial assistant for ASAP/Journal.