Critical Interventions is pleased to announce a new collaboration between the journal and Routledge, acclaimed publisher of learned and professional journals in printed form and other media. Under a new licensing agreement reached this February, Routledge (a subsidiary of Taylor & Francis Group) will take over the publishing and global distribution of Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture in print and digital formats. I wish to thank the CI Board of Directors and everyone who has contributed to the realization of Critical Interventions since its inception. We remain committed to its focus as a forum for important scholarly discourse on African art history and look forward to a fruitful collaboration with Routledge.
Shown above: Cover of Critical Interventions Numbers 9/10.