International peer-reviewed journal of book and paper conservation
The Journal of Paper Conservation is an international scholarly journal that aims to bring together scholarship and contributions to new research outcomes, innovative developments, and practice in the preservation and conservation of cultural heritage objects of archives, libraries, and graphic art collections. The journal seeks to be a central forum for sharing knowledge on conservation policies, conservation treatments, ethical issues, and the history of the book, paper, and related materials. It includes several types of articles ranging from the most theoretical to the most practical aspects of book and paper conservation in order to offer everyone the possibility to share experiences. The target groups are paper, book, and photograph conservators, book and paper historians, photography historians, art historians, archivists, librarians, and conservation scientists.
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Issue 3 vol. 21, 2020
- Malalanirina Sylvia Rakotonirainy: Evaluation of Carboxymethyl Cellulase Activity as an Indicator of Active Moulds Inside Foxing Spots on Paper
- Anne Downey: Organizational Tips and Analog Tools for Busy Conservators
- Michaela Brand: Books in Permanent Exhibitions. A Multi-Perspective Approach.
- Christine Manwiller: Book, Paper, Photographic Material Degree Work List – 2017–2021. Patricia H. and Richard E. Garman Art Conservation Department, Buffalo State College, USA
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