immediations: Volume 1, no. 1 (2004)
‘Tending the lamp’ or ‘minding their own business’? Bloomsbury art and pacifism in the First World War
Sexual politics; or, John Stuart, Earl of Bute and Augusta, Dowager Princess of Wales in English graphic satire, 1760-62
‘Mad’ memorials: Picasso’s 1927 Apollinaire monument designs and the politics of commemoration
Rescuing difference: ambiguous heroism in Benjamin West’s General Johnson Saving a Wounded French Officer from the Tomahawk of a North American Indian
Men in gowns: nightgowns and the construction of masculinity in eighteenth-century England
Back to the drawing board: feminist reconsiderations in the work of Jenny Saville and Sarah Sze
immediations, the first postgraduate research journal to come out of The Courtauld Institute of Art since its inception in 1932, publishes innovative research across the entire span of art history: from classical antiquity to the present day. Reflecting the strong research record of the Institute, immediationsapproaches the history of art from a wide range of perspectives and expertise, accommodating close reading of individual works of art and architecture, as well as broad theoretical issues.