Journal of the American Institute for Conservation
- is our primary vehicle for the publication of peer-reviewed technical studies, research papers, treatment case studies and ethics and standards discussions relating to the broad field of conservation and preservation of historic and cultural works.
- is a benefit of membership both individual and institutional members.
- is also available to libraries and universities via subscription through the publisher Taylor & Francis, which has a complete list of articles, both published and forthcoming.
- is overseen by an Editorial Board with a wide range of expertise.
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We publish peer-reviewed (short or long) submissions relating to the broad field of conservation and preservation and on particular subjects of interest to preservation and conservation professionals.
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