Gold Open Access with option
Code: J137-2021-JAC
Posting date: 07/01/2021

Journal of Architectural Conservation

ISSN (print): 1355-6207   |    ISSN (online): 2326-6384
Aims and Scope

As the leading authority in its field, the international Journal of Architectural Conservation provides invaluable guidance on policy, practice and technical developments. Encouraging debate on a broad variety of conservation issues, this peer-reviewed Journal with its high academic and professional standards fulfils its ambition to illuminate, question and inform. The journal’s scope is wide-ranging and includes discussion on aesthetics and philosophies; historical influences; project evaluation and control; repair techniques; materials; reuse of buildings; legal issues; inspection, recording and monitoring; management and interpretation; and historic parks and gardens. Journal of Architectural Conservation  also offers a valuable resource that includes information on building types; building materials and their conservation; recent case studies; developments in specific construction techniques; and research results from key investigations.

Review process
The Journal adopts double-blind peer review process
United Kingdom
Archaeological Heritage, Architecture, Building Technology, Conservation, Conservation Process, Criticism, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Landscape, Data Sensing and Analysis, Design, Historic Buildings, History of Architecture, Management, Materials, Methods for Diagnostics, Monitoring, Recovery, Rehabilitation, Restoration, Reuse, Theory, Traditional Architecture, Traditional Construction Materials, Traditional Techniques, Urban Restoration
First Published
Taylor & Francis
Issue for Year
Publishing date
April, August, December
Editor in Chief
Henry Russell OBE
Indexed By

Art and Archaeology Technical Abstracts, Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, British Humanities Index, Art Index, Scopus and Getty Conservation Institute Project Bibliographies.


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