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Call for papers

The Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies is accepting submissions for publication for 2017. We primarily publish research papers, but also welcome review papers, and short reports. Conference, exhibition and book reviews are also available for submission. We highly encourage post-graduate students to contribute conference, exhibition and book reviews.

The journal is fully indexed, peer-reviewed and fully open access, receiving 60,000 pages views so far in 2016 alone. It has an overall focus on the care and exhibition of collections. Topics that are encouraged for submission are (but not exclusively):

  • collection and exhibition management
  • critical approaches to conservation
  • museum collections and exhibitions
  • learning, communication, interpretation and evaluation of museums and exhibitions
  • materials science and technical studies of objects, collections and conservation materials
  • participatory processes
  • professional and ethical issues
  • remedial or preventive conservation

Submit Now: We accept online submissions via our journal website. See Author Guidelines for further information. Alternatively, please contact the editorial team for more information.

JCMS publishes as soon as articles are ready, meaning there is no delay in research being released. Submissions can be sent throughout the year.

We invite guest editors to curate a series of papers on specific topics or events. If you would like to discuss a special collection that you have in mind, or would like to publish a conference proceedings with us, then please do get in touch.

Thank you to reviewers

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the peer reviewers who gave their time and expertise during 2016 to help ensure that JCMS continues to publish rigorously tested research. As always, we are extremely appreciative of the efforts put in to ensure that high academic quality is maintained.


Many thanks,
JCMS Editorial Team

Editor-in-Chief
Caitlin O'Grady, UCL Institute of Archaeology, UK

Editorial Team
Karen Exell, UCL Qatar, Qatar
Emma Payne, UCL Institute of Archaeology, UK
Dr Anastasia Sakellariadi, UCL Institute of Archaeology, UK
Melina Smirniou, University of Lincoln, UK
 
Editorial board
    Dr Kalliopi Fouseki, UCL Centre for Sustainable Heritage, United Kingdom
    Dr Stavroula Golfomitsou, UCL Qatar, Qatar
    Dr Alan J. Hogg, University of Michigan, United States
    Emily Kaplan, National Museum of the American Indian, United States
    Dr Barry Knight, The British Library, United Kingdom
    Dr Theano Moussouri, UCL Institute of Archaeology, United Kingdom
    Eric Nordgren, The Mariners Museum Norfolk, VA, United States
    Crispin Paine, Museums and Heritage Consultant, United Kingdom
    Prof Elizabeth Pye, UCL Institute of Archaeology, United Kingdom
    Prof Bethania Reis Velloso, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
    Dr Cordelia Rogerson, The British Library, United Kingdom
    Devorah Romanek, University of New Mexico, United States
    Tracey Sweek, The British Museum, United Kingdom
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