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Journal of the Institute of Conservation
J Inst Conservat

Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group. ISSN (printed): 1945-5224. ISSN (electronic): 1945-5232.

The Journal of the Institute of Conservation, publishes peer-reviewed articles that look to promote knowledge of cultural heritage conservation practice. The two issues a year provide an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of information and research on all aspects relating to conservation and the heritage sector. The Journal of the Institute of Conservation enables communication of advances between conservators and the wider conservation and heritage communities in the UK and internationally. With international contributions on all aspects of conservation it is an invaluable reference. Subjects include scientific evaluation of treatments, collections care, conservation management, conservation history, conservation training, professional issues, philosophy and ethics, interaction with the public, conservation in its wider context, new materials and advances in treatments. The Journal of the Institute of Conservation imparts new research developments in the field for a readership that will include practicing conservators, archivists and curators as well as other professionals from the heritage community. Each annual issue has discrete focus so that the spring issue of the Journal of the Institute of Conservation is based on book and paper conservation and the autumn issue on other cultural heritage conservation disciplines. The Journal of the Institute of Conservation also improves the practice of conservation by communicating ideas through Shorter Notices that are not peer-reviewed and Book reviews. Members of the Institute of Conservation receive the Journal of the Institute of Conservation as part of their subscription. For more information visit: www.icon.org.uk

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