Bowdoin Journal of Art

The Bowdoin Journal of Art, published by the student-run Bowdoin Art Society, is the only academic journal in the United States that focuses exclusively on undergraduate art historical work. The Journal examines themes of traditional and contemporary art practice.  

The audience of nearly all undergraduate research is only one person, the professor of an individual class. It is our hope and vision that the the Bowdoin Journal of Art will become a publication for undergraduates to showcase their scholarly work, and for art historians and art-enthusiasts to glean new insights. Students in undergraduate institutions across the United States were encouraged to submit work which was subject to rigorous review. For more information email

Editorial Board:
Ariana Cameron ’16
Sophia Cheng ’15
Julian Ehrlich ’17
Kelsey Gallagher ’17
Sarah Haimes ’15
Hannah Hodess ’17
Marnie Hull ’15
Julián Huertas ’16
June Lei ’18
Olivia Poane ’15
Tom Rosenblatt ’16
William Schweller ’17
Emily Stewart ’16
Hailey Wahl ’16
Emma Wheeler ’15