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Subject: Call for papers--Reviews in Conservation

Call for papers--Reviews in Conservation

From: Noelle Streeton <noelle>
Date: Thursday, May 29, 2003
Reviews in Conservation
Managing Editor  Noelle Streeton
Editorial Board: Robert L. Barclay, Andreas Burmester, May Cassar,
Dinah Eastop, Frangoise Flieder, E. Melanie Gifford, Ian Donald
MacLeod, Tim Padfield, Alice Boccia Paterakis, Clifford Price and
John Winter

Reviews in Conservation is an annual journal published by the
International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic
Works. It aims to provide comprehensive coverage of literature in
key areas of conservation and technical examination. Papers are
welcomed on all disciplines relevant to conservation, including
practical treatment, materials, technical art history, scientific
research, conservation ethics, etc.

As a review journal, each paper offers a critical overview of what
is published, surveying the current state of knowledge that exists
within any given field while suggesting directions for future
research. Papers recommended for publication by the Editorial Board,
who include conservators and scientists from around the world, will
be peer-reviewed. In addition, from 2004, papers will be posted on
the IIC web site for a period of pre-publication "open" review.

The journal comprises six to eight papers 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.

Call for papers: The Editor invites offers of original unpublished
contributions. Guidelines for drafts and paper submissions can be
obtained from:

    Noelle Streeton
    92 Greenwood
    Walter's Ash
    High Wycombe HP14 4XB
    +44 1494 563149
    noelle [at] streeton__fsworld__co__uk

The deadline for draft submissions for the 2004 issue is 31 July
2003. Completed papers can be submitted at any time before 1 March
2004 to be considered for forthcoming editions. The Editor would
appreciate advance notice of the intention to submit.

Reviews in Conservation is published once per year, price #12.50 for
non-members. Members of IIC receive the journal as a benefit of
membership. Back issues are available at #12.50 per issue (#8 for
members); price is inclusive of post. ISSN 1605-8410

To subscribe
Please contact:

    6 Buckingham Street
    London WC2N 6BA, UK
    +44 20 7839 5975,
    Fax: +44 20 7976 1564
    iicon [at] compuserve__com

Reviews in Conservation, No. 3, 2002

    The structural conservation of canvas paintings: changes in
    attitude and practice since the early 1970s by Paul Ackroyd;
    Palm leaf manuscripts of the world: material, technology and
    conservation by Anupam Sah; Contemporary theory of conservation
    by Salvado Muqoz Viqas; The role of microorganisms in the
    degradation of cultural heritage by Orio Ciferri; The materials
    used by British oil painters throughout the nineteenth century
    by Joyce Townsend; Late Classical and Hellenistic painting
    techniques and materials: a review of the technical literature
    by Ioanna Kakoulli

Reviews in Conservation, No. 2, 2001 (edited by Sally Woodcock)

    The analysis of medieval European manuscripts by Mark Clarke;
    The deterioration of silver alloys and some aspects of their
    conservation by Virginia Costa; A literature review of
    cyanoacrylate adhesives by Jane L. Down; Review of CCI research
    on epoxy resin adhesives for glass conservation by Jane L. Down;
    The cleaning of paintings: effects of organic solvents on oil
    paint films by Alan Phenix and Ken Sutherland; Heritage
    conservation in the Pacific Islands by Neal Putt; The
    verisimilitude of verdigris: a review of the copper carboxylates
    by David A. Scott, Yoko Taniguchi and Emi Koseto; Raman
    microscopy in art history and conservation science by Gregory D.
    Smith and Robin J.H. Clark

Reviews in Conservation, No. 1, 2000 (edited by Sally Woodcock)

    Literature that addresses the characterisation and the
    conservation of portrait miniatures by Carol Aiken; A survey of
    conservation literature relating to the development of aqueous
    gel cleaning on painted and varnished surfaces by Narayan
    Khandekar; Transparent papers: a technological outline and
    conservation review by Claude Laroque; Rock art conservation and
    management: the past, present and future options by Ian MacLeod;
    Wet cleaning of historical textiles: surfactants and other wash
    bath additives by Agnes Timar Balazsy; Technology and
    deterioration of vitreous mosaic tesserae by Marco Verit; The
    repair of parchment: Filling by Jan Wouters

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