Reviews in Conservation: call for papers

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Monday, 1 December, 2008

The Editorial Advisory Board and Editors of Reviews in Conservation invite preliminary submissions for forthcoming issues.

IIC's peer-reviewed journal is devoted to the literature of conservation, with each article providing comprehensive coverage of the publications within a particular conservation discipline. Contributions are welcomed on a range of topics, including (but not limited to) conservation treatments, materials, scientific research, technical art history, analytical techniques, historiography of conservation, training and ethics.

For author guidelines, please contact the Editors, Fi Jordan and Marika Spring, at or click here (pdf; 73.4KB).

The Editors welcome preliminary submissions throughout the year. The deadline for the 2009 issue is 1 September 2008. Once commissioned, the deadline for manuscripts for the 2009 issue is 1 February 2009. Unless special arrangements have been made with the Editors, drafts should be written in English.

The draft should be as comprehensive as possible. However, as some authors will only wish to carry out extensive library research once the paper is commissioned, any areas yet to be completed should be clearly indicated in the text. As the paper is a literature review, the draft paper should include an extensive bibliography, an abstract and reasonably complete introductory and concluding sections.