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Context is the journal of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation which represents professionals working in the historic built environment in the UK. It is published four times a year and is distributed to Institute members and to a range of other subscribers. Context informs readers about developments in professional practice and the management of the historic environment and provides a forum for discussing issues of professional concern.
Context is edited by Rob Cowan. All enquiries should be directed to: email@example.com Context is published four times a year.
Guidance for contributors to Context
Notes for authors
Notes for book reviewers
Editorial Board meetings, last Friday of the month
ACTING CHAIR OF EDITORIAL BOARD
Michael Taylor email
The IHBC is a registered charity and exists to promote our charitable objectives. Context is sent to individuals who are not members of the IHBC only when they subscribe to the charity. Subscriber rates are the same as membership rates, and benefits include, as well as Context, the IHBC's annual review, the IHBC Yearbook. Subscribers are strongly encouraged to sign up to Gift Aid to support the IHBC's charitable activities. No concessionary rates are available to subscribers. To join as a subscriber please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Context is made available to corporate bodies (libraries; educational bodies etc) at a corporate subscription rate, including postage of: United Kingdom £60; Elsewhere £90.
Subscription orders together with cheques made payable to the 'Institute of Historic Building Conservation' should be sent to the:
IHBC Business Office: IHBC, Jubilee House, High Street, Tisbury, Wiltshire SP3 6HA Tel 01747 873133
Fax 01747 871718
Context on-line archive
The articles from Context are published on a searchable on-line archive six months after publication. To visit the archive click here.
To advertise appropriate products and services in Context, please contact our publisher Cathedral Communications on email@example.com, 01747 871717. Full details
Buildings in. the countryside
Understanding vernacular architecture
Rural buildings at risk
The meaning of tithe barns
Surveying vernacular roofs
Deciding on treatment for a timber frame
Sustaining a rural village
Reversibility in conservation ethics
A listed bridge too far
Zen and the art of cycling exploration