PER Journal

Call for Papers

Theme—The Digital Humanities and Historic Preservation
Deadline for submission: February 15, 2017
Authors of accepted papers will be notified in April 2017
The editors of Preservation Education & Research (PER) invite papers on the use of the digital humanities to teach, research, communicate, and experience aspects of the historic environment for the 10th (2017) edition of the journal.
More information can be found HERE.


The National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE) launched Preservation Education & Research (PER) in 2007 as part of its mission to exchange and disseminate information and ideas concerning historic environment education, current developments and innovations in conservation, and the improvement of historic environment education programs and endeavors in the United States and abroad.

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Volumes from previous years are indexed on the following pages.  The articles themselves are available as free downloads on each of these pages under the “Content” section.

Manuscript Submission Guidelines


  • Greg Donofrio,, University of Minnesota
  • Chad Randl,, Cornell University

Book Review Editor

  • Greg Donofrio,, University of Minnesota

Editorial Board

  • Michael Tomlan, Cornell University
  • Vince Michael, Art Institute of Chicago
  • Ted Ligibel, Eastern Michigan University
  • Carter Hudgins, Clemson University
  • Steven Hoffman, Southeast Missouri State University
  • Andréa Livi Smith, University of Mary Washington
  • Paul Hardin Kapp, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Robert Young, University of Utah

Editorial Correspondence

Editorial correspondence, including manuscripts for submission, should be emailed to Greg Donofrio at and Chad Randl at Electronic submissions are encouraged, but physical materials can be mailed to Greg Donofrio 151G Rapson Hall, 89 Church Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55102. Refer to Guidelines for Authors for more information. Books for review, and book reviews, should be sent to Greg Donofrio.