Journal of the Institute of Conservation

Published since 1977 the Journal of the Institute of Conservation is the peer reviewed publication of the UK’s Institute of Conservation (ICON) and is edited by Dr Jonathan Kemp, Grimwade Centre Associate Lecturer.

The aims of the Journal are to:

  1. promote research, knowledge and understanding of cultural heritage conservation through its history, practice and theory;
  2. provide an international forum to enable and disseminate advances in research, knowledge and understanding relating to conservation and heritage;
  3. champion and support professional standards of heritage conservation;
  4. provide a permanent record of issues relating to conservation and heritage.

The Journal provides a collective identity for conservators; it promotes and supports both the profession and professionalism and with international contributions on all aspects of conservation, it is an invaluable resource for the heritage sector.

For further information, visit the journal’s page on Taylor & Francis Online or contact Jonathan.