Friday, 26 September 2008

Context Matters for Art Crime

I will be preparing a new column, "Context Matters", for the Journal of Art Crime. This will be published by ARCA (Association for Research into Crimes against Art). Ideas for stories and themes can be left via my work website.
The Journal of Art Crime, published by ARCA, is the first peer-reviewed academic journal in the study of art crime. This biennial publication welcomes interdisciplinary articles from both academics and professionals, related to art crime, its history, and its repercussions. Relevant fields include criminology, law, art history, history, sociology, policing, security, archaeology, and conservation.

Details about submissions and subscriptions can be found on the journal's website.

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