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ASAP/J is the open-access platform of ASAP/Journal, the scholarly publication of the Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present. ASAP/J seeks to complement ASAP/Journal‘s mission to explore new developments in post-1960s visual, media, literary, and performance arts, and to investigate how the contemporary arts confront the historicity of artistic form. ASAP/J welcomes born-digital content such as brief interviews, reviews, occasional essays, working papers, and photographic, audio, and video works, among other forms. If you would like to contribute to ASAP/J, please contact us at asapjeditors@gmail.com for further details. If you have an inquiry regarding the peer-reviewed ASAP/Journal, please contact the editors at editors_asap@press.jhu.edu.


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Jonathan P. Eburne, Editor, ASAP/Journal

Amy J. Elias, Editor, ASAP/Journal

Abram Foley, Managing Editor

Contributing Editors
Amaranth Borsuk
Andrew Epstein
Joanna Fiduccia
Andy Fitch
Amanda Jane Graham
Birgit Hopfener
Walt Hunter
Catriona McAra
James O’Sullivan
Elizabeth Reich


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