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Subject: Call for papers--Reviews in Conservation

Call for papers--Reviews in Conservation

From: Sally Woodcock <sally.woodcock>
Date: Tuesday, April 10, 2001
Reviews in Conservation is published annually by the International
Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. It is a
review journal, with each paper taking a specific area within the
disciplines of conservation and bringing together what has been done
in, and what is known about that area, based on past publication.
This will both result in an up-to-date synopsis of the current state
of knowledge in the subject area and also suggest directions for
future research. As with other IIC serial publications, it is
provided as a benefit of membership in the Institute.

Papers are invited for forthcoming issues on all areas relevant to
conservation including practical treatment, materials, technical art
history, science, theory etc. It is hoped that the papers will be
thematic and analytic, rather than strictly descriptive. It would be
useful if the paper could include analysis of why and how opinions
have changed, if relevant, and how this is reflected in the
literature.

The journal comprises seven or eight literature reviews and each
author is paid a fee of UKP350. At up to 8,000 words, it is intended
to provide an opportunity to write something rather longer than is
possible in most conservation publications and it is hoped that the
journal will be a valuable contribution to conservation literature.

Further details and author guidelines can be obtained from

    Sally Woodcock
    Editor
    130 Coleridge Road
    Cambridge CB1 3PR, UK.
    +44 1223 562244 (phone/fax)
    mail [at] sallywoodcock__co__uk

Copies of the journal may be obtained from the IIC Office, 6
Buckingham Street, London WC2N 6BA, UK at a cost of UKP6 for IIC
members and UKP12.50 for non-members. Postage is included in the
price (for airmail add UKP2.50). All enquiries regarding
subscriptions, back issues and advertising, as well as membership of
the Institute, should be addressed to the IIC Office and information
is available on the IIC web-site at
<URL:http://www.iiconservation.org>.


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