Guest editorial by Alan Hogg published in the Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies
Sweetland faculty Alan Hogg is on the editorial board of the Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies. He wrote a guest editorial about writing in archaeological conservation:
"Sometimes research isn't published because, I believe, most people find writing to be difficult. I certainly agree – I am always happier "having written" something, than I am actually "writing" the piece. Fortunately, in the sciences – and conservation is one of those wonderful disciplines that works at the border between the sciences and the humanities – there's a basic structure that most peer-reviewed articles follow. It's called IMRaD: Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion."
To view the article, please visit "Writing About Conservation" online.