Publications from FATE

FATE in Review is published primarily as a benefit to the FATE membership. If you are interested in purchasing available single issues you may contact the FATE in Review Editor; limited quantities might be available.

FATE in Review journals are archived with the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

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PAST ISSUES of FATE in Review are available as .pdf for current members [HERE]

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FATE in Review seeks thoughtful articles relating to all areas of foundations education, including expanding the practicum, flexing the core, and re-visioning visual culture. Conference papers and/or presentations, as well as papers written solely for publication may be submitted throughout the year.

We are also interested in reviews of newer books that inform foundations discussion and curriculum. We encourage you to forward your suggestions to the editor of FATE in Review.

The following guidelines are to be followed when submitting work for review:

1.Review the Notes to Contributors [HERE].

2. Mail one hard copy of your paper and email the paper as a Microsoft Word attachment to the editor.

3. Include the following information with all submitted materials: your name, institution, title, and email address.

Contact the FATE in Review Editor Michael Marks with any questions at michaelraymarks@gmail.com. 


FATE in Review Editorial Staff

Editor

Michael Marks
Associate Professor of Art & Foundations Program Coordinator
Anderson University 

Editorial Staff

 Carmack

Noel Carmack
Associate Professor of Art
Utah State University Eastern – Price Campus 

Kuntz

Jac Kuntz
Independent Arts Journalist

Lily Kuonen

Lily Kuonen
Associate Professor & Foundations Coordinator
Jacksonville University

Waldvogel

Ashley Waldvogel
Professor of Foundation Studies
Savannah College of Art and Design 

Yasukawa

Allison Yakusawa
Faculty in Critical Studies
CalArts

 

 

 
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