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|Created by||Lee R. Sorensen and Monique Daniels|
The Dictionary of Art Historians (DAH) is an online encyclopedia of topics relating to art historians, art critics and their dictionaries. The mission of the project is to provide free, reliable, English-language information on published art historians.
The DAH was started in 1986 as a notecard project indexing art historians by the editors Lee R. Sorensen and Monique Daniels. In 2002 the project was migrated to the internet and in 2010 the project was adopted by the art history department of Duke University. In 2017, the project was adopted by the Wired! Lab at Duke University and a new version of the site was launched in 2018. The project enjoys collaboration with the Journal of Art Historiography, which started in 2010.
Starting as a database of art historians mentioned in major art historiographies, the site has grown through the comments and contributions of various authors specializing in national fields of art history.
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- Mission statement and history of the DAH
- Entry for the DAH Archived 2011-01-01 at the Wayback Machine on library website of Washington and Lee university
- "Dictionary of Art Historians | Wired! Lab | digital art history & visual culture". Wired! Lab | digital art history & visual culture. Retrieved 2018-07-11.
- "New Dictionary of Art Historians Site | Wired! Lab | digital art history & visual culture". Wired! Lab | digital art history & visual culture. 2018-03-21. Retrieved 2018-07-11.
- Note about the Journal and the DAH on the Journal's blog
- Explanation on website
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