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The Athenaeum Review: A New Review of Arts and Humanities

The Athenaeum Review (formerly Formwork) is a new publication of the UT Dallas School of Arts and Humanities, co-sponsored by the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, whose mission is to share serious, thoughtful work in the arts and humanities with the general public.

The Athenaeum Review publishes essays, reviews and interviews by leading scholars, with a particular focus on exhibitions, performances, and other cultural and intellectual events in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, as well as the arts and books more generally. Our first issue will appear this fall, and include essays by Richard Brettell, Founding Director of the O’Donnell Institute, Charissa Terranova, associate professor, and Paul Galvez, postdoctoral research fellow at EODIAH.

For more information, please contact Benjamin Lima at