Twice a year, the HNA Review of
Books posts reviews of recent books
and exhibition catalogues in the
history of the visual arts in the
Netherlands from c. 1350 to 1750,
along with reviews of publications
on German, French, and English art
relevant to the Netherlands in this
period. All reviews are
commissioned by the members of the editorial
board. The HNA Review of
Books also posts a list of all New
Titles that have been brought
to the Board's attention. Publications may be submitted for
Administrative Editor and
Secretary, HNA Review of
23 South Adelaide Ave
Highland Park NJ 08904
HNA accepts for review publications
which deal with Netherlandish,
German and Franco-Flemish art and
architecture between 1350 and 1750.
Field editors will commission
reviews. Unsolicited reviews will
not be accepted.
Reviewers need not be members of
Upon accepting a request for a
review, the publication will be
sent to the reviewer. The reviewer
is requested to submit his/her
review to the responsible field
editor within a reasonable period,
i.e. if not for the forthcoming
issue, then for the subsequent one.
Deadlines for submission of reviews
to field-editors are mid-March for the April
Newsletter and mid-October for the November issue.
Reviews should be approximately
1000 words, not to exceed 1500.
They should not contain footnotes. References to other publications, if desired, should be incorporated into the main text. Field editors may request revisions
or edit for length if necessary.
We encourage reviews that both
provide an overview of the
contents, which is particularly
useful for foreign language
publications, and are critical. We
however request reviewers to
maintain a fair and objective tone.
The editors reserve the right to
correct and shorten reviews.
Heavily edited reviews will be
returned for approval to reviewers
The reviewer alone is responsible
for the content and accuracy of
his/her review. Reviews do not
express the opinions of the board
nor of the field editors or general
14th and 15th Centuries
17th-Century Dutch Republic
Germany and Central Europe
Book Review Archive (Members