RENDER, in association with Carleton University’s Art History Graduate Students’ Society, is a student-run publication dedicated to the dissemination of ideas rooted in visual culture. Recognizing that academic work can often be an isolated process, it is the purpose of the journal to provide graduate students with an open forum to circulate their ideas to a wider audience.
The journal committee welcomes applications from graduate students at the MA and PhD levels, whose work is dedicated to visual culture—both contemporary and historic. Please see the ‘Selection Process’ below.
New, Fall 2017.… Check out our undergraduate journal Renderling!
The RENDER Blog:
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
RENDER Blog 16 – Life on the Other Side: Interview with a Recent Graduate, Vol. 2
By Emily Putnam As we move towards the end of the winter term, graduating students reflect upon the past two years, feeling nostalgic about...
Friday, March 17, 2017
RENDER Blog 15 – Rendering the True Working Class of the 19th Century
By: Jimena Martinez Gerhard During the 19th century, France was the force in social revolution for unheard and marginalized groups. Artists fueled with the same spirits joined...
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
RENDER Blog 14 – To Conference, or Not to Conference: A Conversation
By Jessie Gamarra and Emily Putnam To conference, or not to conference: this is the question many graduate students ponder. – Not William Shakespeare In our humble opinions,...
Monday, February 13, 2017
RENDER Blog 13 – The Perceptual Enlightenment of Jack Chambers
The Perceptual Enlightenment of Jack Chambers By Jimena Martinez Gerhard Jack Chambers (1931-1978) has been a continuous force in Canadian art. His contributions range from his...
Thursday, February 2, 2017
RENDER Blog 12 – Hopefully, go forth and multiply
Hopefully, go forth and multiply: An Interview with Artist and Curator Cara Tierney By Katie Kendall Cara Tierney is an artist and most recently the curator of TRANSACTIONS, on until...
Thursday, February 2, 2017
RENDER Blog 11 – Reference Reformation/Representation
Reference Reformation/Representation: A Grad Student Reflects on the Archive of Canadian Women Artists By Diana Hiebert One of the reasons I am drawn to the field of art history is its...
Friday, January 6, 2017
RENDER Blog 10 – Mining the CUAG Collection
Mining the CUAG Collection: Salvador Dali’s “The Delightful Mount” By Jimena Martinez Gerhard You might not be aware, but the Carleton University Art Gallery (CUAG) holds a rare print by the surrealist painter Salvador...
Monday, December 19, 2016
RENDER Blog 9 – The Circular Nature of Moving Forward
The Circular Nature of Moving Forward: Alex Janvier at the National Gallery of Canada By: Leah Iselmoe Entrance gallery, Alex Janvier Retrospective, National Gallery of Canada. Photo by...
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
RENDER Blog 8 – The Revelation of Slow Looking
By Jimena Martinez Gerhard While our society is interested in speed, Jennifer L. Roberts, the Elizabeth Cary Agassiz Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University, advocates for a...
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
RENDER Blog 7 – A New Season of the RENDER Blog!
Welcome to the beginning of a new season of the RENDER Blog! Created as a complement to RENDER: the Carleton Journal of Art and Visual Culture, the RENDER blog is in its second season. Let...
Monday, June 27, 2016
RENDER Blog 6 – Six Great Books for Art Historical Leisure
Six Great Books for Art Historical Leisure By Jimena Martinez Gerhard March 20, 2016 History can be written in many different ways. Sometimes as Art History students we may feel...
Friday, February 12, 2016
RENDER Blog 5 – 40 Minutes with Heather Anderson
40 Minutes with Heather Anderson By Jimena Martinez Gerhard February 12, 2016 It is amazing what a student can learn from even a short conversation with an arts professional. Meeting with...
Sunday, January 31, 2016
RENDER Blog 4 – It isn’t all academic…
It isn’t all academic… by the Editorial Team January 31, 2016 As much as everyone loves a good theoretical text, I'm sure my fellow graduate students will agree that sometimes it is nice to venture into the relaxing and...
Thursday, December 10, 2015
RENDER Blog 3 – Things I Wish I’d Known…
Things I Wish I’d Known When Writing My Thesis: Reflections of a Recent Graduate By Leanne Gaudet December 10, 2015 Leanne Gaudet graduated from the MA Art History program in June 2015...
Sunday, November 1, 2015
RENDER Blog 2 – Life on the Other Side: Interview with a Recent Graduate
Life on the Other Side: Interview with a Recent Graduate October 31, 2015 By Manon G. We sat down with Cayllan Cassavia, a recent MA graduate, to talk about graduate school and...
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- Must be an academic paper between 10-25 pages (double spaced with proper citations and bibliography)
- Only one submission/student
- Open to all Carleton University graduate students
- 2016/2017 Deadline: to be announced
- Please send the full paper along with a 250 word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Successful candidates selected by peer review
- (View/download the latest poster here – Render 2014-15)
Journal Committee 2016-2017:
Render Editor-in-chief: Emily Putnam
Assistant Editor: Katie Kendall
Editorial Committee: Marie-Maxime De Andrade, Jessie Gamarra, Diana Hiebert, Leah Iselmoe, Nicola Krantz, Rachel Neilson, Benjamin Peterson (undergraduate representative)
Journal Committee 2015-2016:
Editor: Manon Gaudet
Co-Editor(s): Lesley McNaughton, Sarah Fox, Emily Putnam
Journal Committee 2014-2015:
Editor: Leanne Gaudet
Co-Editor(s): Rebecca Sullivan, Manon Gaudet & Hannah Keating
Journal Committee 2013-2014:
Sarah Eastman (editor)
Journal Committee 2012-2013:
Shannon Bingeman (editor)