Preservation Administration Discussion Group Languages: English
Interior & Exterior Paintingand Decorating Restorations,Historic or otherwise.Exterior Painting withstandingup to “25 Years” of Exposure.
For the discussion of all aspects of archaeo-metallurgy and the dissemination of data related to all aspects of ancient metallurgy and metal artefacts: the applications of material science to archaeo- metallurgy, and the development of methodologies to the study archaeo-metallurical debris.
British archaeology discussion list
This list will enable discussion amongst those engaged or interested in research into the conservation of objects, works of art or buildings, encouraging the sharing of ideas and experiences, and the exchange of views on the development of national & international conservation research aims
The list is intended for those with an interest in masonry research and the use of masonry in civil engineering and building construction. It will be useful for researchers- experimental, computational and analytical, structural engineers, architects and manufacturers of masonry products
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
The Australian Conservation Mailing List (OzCons) is a list for those interested in the conservation and preservation of cultural material, particularly within Australia.
Progetto Finalizzato Beni Culturali -Special Project Safeguard of Cultural Heritage – Newsletter
The Central Conference is a permanent telematic forum dealing with the humanities. The Central Conference is open to scholars and amateurs, and targets universities, schools and associations.
Lista de discusion conserva-lista: congrega profesionales Iberoamericanos y demas interesados, en un forum electronico para la discusion de problemas, tecnicas, historia, materiales y eventos relacionados a la conservacion/restauracion de bienes culturales, en Portugues y Espanol.
Conservation DistList is a moderated discussion group which deals with issues involving the conservation of cultural materials. Contributions and queries are usually posted by e-mail in English.
DigiCULT.Info is a quarterly electronic journal presenting news, interviews, and issues related to cultural heritage: developing projects and initiatives, use of technologies and standards, and expertise and experiences of cultural heritage professionals.
Restauro e Conservazione. Forum sui temi del restauro architettonico, lapideo, pittorico e ligneo.
The H-Net Network for Museum Professionals is a moderated mailing list and information forum. This means that texts are reviewed by an editorial panel, revised if necessary and only then transmitted. The manager of the list will ensure that the contents meet academic standards and prevent their use for commercial, non-academic or non- relevant purposes. The editorial team is supported by an advisory board. The mailing list addresses themes and questions primarily relating to museums and memorial places, but is also intended to be interdisciplinary, so that archaeological, historical, cultural and artistic information can be posted alongside other more established, central spheres of activity. Articles relating to the activities and news of archives and libraries will also be listed. A particular feature is the emphasis on museums and the internet. You will also find accounts and discussions of exhibitions, reviews of books and other communication media, as well as reports of conferences and calls for papers.
Languages: mainly English and German, but Italian, French and Dutch too.
H-Net list for Museum Professionals
SMRforum is for the circulation of information and general discussion of issues relating to Sites and Monuments Records. SMRforum will enable academics and students to keep in touch with the latest developments and opportunities within the cultural heritage management community.
HERITAGE is a discussion list for academic and industry researchers investigating all aspects of heritage, tourism, museum and cultural management. This list is a forum for sharing experiences and exchanging information.
For those researching the properties of indoor air quality, climate and the implications of this on objects, works of art, and archival records.
ICCROM eNews is a monthly electronic newsletter featuring links to items on recent ICCROM activities, forthcoming courses, news of ICCROM programmes and of updates to the ICCROM web site.