About the Journal of Black Mountain College Studies
The Journal of Black Mountain College Studies is a multidisciplinary, open-access digital publication of Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center. Founded in 2005 by editors Brian Butler and Blake Hobby, the journal has published 14 volumes as of September 2023. Some issues of the journal are thematic in nature. Other issues contain a diverse range of articles and works, some derived from the annual ReVIEWING BMC conference co-sponsored by BMCM+AC and University of North Carolina at Asheville (UNCA), and others submitted through the open submissions process.
The journal seeks to host diverse works by writers and artists of varied backgrounds. We welcome academic articles, essays, reviews, poetry, images and forms of artistic expression that can be presented on the journal’s website. Submissions are welcome at any time.
Black Mountain College, which was open from 1933–1957, was a site of collaboration among people, practices, disciplines and performances that generated astonishing creativity and continues to spark innovation among contemporary writers and artists. We invite historical articles as well as articles and creative works that embody the Black Mountain College spirit at such interdisciplinary and generative intersections today.
Jeff Arnal, Executive Director and Publisher
Alice Sebrell, Director of Preservation and Publisher
Thomas E. Frank, Editor
University Professor and Associate Dean for Continuing Studies Emeritus, Wake Forest University
Kira Houston, Outreach Coordinator and Production Editor
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