Photography and Visual Culture Journal
Founder Editor-in-Chief: Ana Catarina Pinho
Archivo Papers Journal (APJ) is a biannual international journal, founded in 2021 and published by Archivo Press, within the International Association of Photography and Visual Culture.
The journal is devoted to the practice, theory and criticism of photography, understood through an expanded field and ranging across all geographical and cultural contexts. It has an interdisciplinary character that provides diverse scholarly approaches, both practical and theoretical. The interdisciplinary character of the journal is reflected by its Research Network, who are nominated by an international board of advisors and reviewers, and who contribute with their expertise and experience toward the development of visually-based research in photography, visual studies, art history and visual culture, cultural and media studies, documentary, sociology, anthropology, as well as other fields related to image-based study.