In autumn 2017, CeROArt-Special issue EGG (European Graduate Generation in conservation-restoration) will publish the first articles by young 2016-2017 graduates. These may be case studies, research or practical accomplishments from examining boards and dissertations, provided that they have been successfully presented in the various European trainings.
By this project, CeROArt wishes to reaffirm the importance, for young conservators-restorers, of sharing their research and work in scientific form. There is in fact an exceptional amount of knowledge accumulated in the (unpublished) “grey literature” of intervention files, end-of-study dissertations and doctoral theses. The dissemination of the results stimulates research and their complementarity can lead to joint projects at European level. In addition, the initiative gives greater visibility to the different types of training within Colleges of Higher Education and Universities.
Each student or graduate wishing to submit an article must make prior contact with a teacher in the establishment in which he is studying, who will act as a reference person and be his intermediary with regard to CeROArt. The contact person is responsible for supervising the scientific article (from drafting to final version), and ensures that it complies with the editorial charter; this person is also able to proofread an article from a different institution; finally, he checks the information to be published regarding training and the College or University he represents.
Texts may be submitted in French, in English or in both languages. Texts in English must be proofread by a native English speaker. CeROArt will not provide translations.
See more: http://ceroart.revues.org/