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The Paper Conservator and The Conservator

From: Jane Eagan <jane.eagan>
Date: Friday, August 25, 2006
Icon is pleased to announce publication of the latest issues of its
peer-reviewed journals The Conservator and The Paper Conservator.
Both are available free to members of Icon. Details about membership
of Icon and thereby subscription to The Paper Conservator or The
Conservator can be obtained from the address below.

The Paper Conservator, Volume 29

    Brian W. Singer and Colin A. Liddie
    A study of unusual degradation on a seascape painting associated
    with the use of zinc white pigment.

    Scott W. Devine
    The Florence flood of 1966: A report on the current state of
    preservation at the libraries and archives of Florence.

    David Dorning
    The development of a testing method for assessing book joint
    repair.

    Athanasis Velios and Nicholas Pickwoad
    Current use and future development of the database of the St
    Catherine's Library Conservation Project

    Clark Maxwell, Nancy Bell, Craig J. Kennedy and Tim J. Wess
    X-ray diffraction and FT-IR study of caprine and ovine hide.

    Shorter Notices:
    Andrea Pataki
    The conservation of the Sarajevo Haggadah

    Book Reviews: David Howell, Frederick Bearman, Andrew Honey
    review recent works on the history of bookbinding and paper
    chemistry.

    Volume 30 of The Paper Conservator will be a themed issue on
    Eastern art and conservation, scheduled for publication in
    January 2007. This will include a CD ROM of volume 9 (also on
    Eastern art and conservation), now out of print.

The Conservator, Volume 29

    Gail Gali Beiner and Ticca M.A. Ogilvie
    Thermal methods of pest eradication: their effect on museum
    objects

    David Thickett, Frances David and Naomi Luxford
    Air Exchange Rate--the Dominant Parameter for Preventive
    Conservation?

    Catherine Nightingale
    Designing an Exhibition to Minimise Risks to Costume on Open
    Display

    William Lindsay
    Time perspectives: what 'the future' means to museum
    professionals in collections-care

    Jane Henderson
    Influence: The Impact of Language, Credibility and Gender

    David Watkinson, Matthew Tanner, Robert Turner and Mark Lewis
    ss Great Britain: teamwork as a platform for innovative
    conservation

    Robert Lewis
    Interpretation in Conservation: A rare leather find from an
    early historic crannog

    Vincent Daniels
    The characteristics of modern and old barkcloth (tapa)

    Sarah Houlbrooke
    A study of the materials and techniques of 13th century tomb of
    Aveline, Countess of Lancester, in Westminster Abbey

Conservators of all disciplines are encouraged to contribute to The
Paper Conservator and The Conservator. If you are interested in
writing for publication, please contact the editors and consult the
Icon website under "Publications", where you will find updated
guidelines for authors and contents of all past issues of The Paper
Conservator.

    The Paper Conservator
    Jane Eagan, Editor
    paperconservator [at] icon__org__uk

    The Conservator
    Irit Narkiss, Editor
    conservator [at] icon__org__uk

    Icon, the Institute of Conservation
    3rd Floor, Downstream Building
    1 London Bridge
    London SE1 9BG
    UK
    membership [at] icon__org__uk
    <URL:http://www.icon.org.uk>

Jane Eagan
Oxford Conservation Consortium
Grove Cottage, St Cross Road
Oxford OX1 3TX
+44 1865 271520


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