The Journal of Jewellery Research
The journal is a peer-reviewed online and open-access publication that focuses on the design, theory and praxis of jewellery studies. It promotes jewellery research into materials, techniques, technologies, methodologies, processes, concepts and aesthetics. The journal provides an interdisciplinary arena for the discussion and analysis of jewellery spanning the conceptual, practical, pedagogical and cultural across both contemporary and historical time-frames to consider jewellery within the wealth of creative methodologies at the intersections between jewellery and other disciplines. We aim to publish original papers that have demonstrable research and a clear contribution to existing knowledge – to this end we foster submissions from practitioners, researchers, theorists, curators, and historians.
Senior Editor - Dr Roberta Bernabei (Senior Lecturer, Loughborough University, UK). Co-Editor - Dr Jayne Wallace (Professor, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK).
Co-Founders - Roberta Bernabei and Jayne Wallace.
Liesbeth den Besten, Stephen Bottomley, André Gali, Monica Gaspar, Sian Hindle, Jenny Hutton, Ben Lignel, Kevin Murray, Laura Potter, Alice Rendon, Secil Ugur and Josephine Winther.
We invite contributions from academics, professionals and postgraduate students to address the themes proposed by the Journal of Jewellery Research.
Key Dates for Volume 6
Extended Deadline for Submission of Full Paper, Visual/Textual Paper or Exhibition Review.
30 AUGUST 2022