ASAP/Journal is the scholarly journal of ASAP: The Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present. ASAP/Journal explores new developments in post-1960s visual, media, literary, and performance arts.
ASAP/Journal is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that explores new developments in post-1960s visual, media, literary, and performance arts. The scholarly publication of ASAP: The Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present, the journal is edited by Jonathan P. Eburne (Penn State) and published by the Johns Hopkins University Press. ASAP/Journal has been awarded prizes for Best New Journal (2017) and Best Design (2016) from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals. The journal promotes intellectual exchange between artists and critics across the arts and humanities. Recognizing the pluridisciplinary nature of contemporary art and criticism across the globe, the journal publishes methodologically cutting-edge, conceptually adventurous, and historically nuanced research about the arts of the present. Each issue includes an interview with a practicing artist in addition to scholarly essays, an editors’ forum, and other regular features.