Book Reviews

The IJAMCP publishes reviews of books that explore the following areas:

  • cultural policy
  • arts and cultural management
  • cultural tourism and the creative industries
  • cultural economics and finance
  • heritage and museum studies
  • arts education
  • governance and administration
  • arts marketing
  • audience development and participation
  • philanthropy / fundraising
  • cultural production / consumption

Book reviews should be between 1000 – 2500 words in length and should adhere to the journal’s style guide. If you wish to include references, a maximum of 5 is suggested. Reviews will be edited by the editorial board to ensure that they are in line with the editorial policy of the journal, and to ensure that the review is in keeping with the journal style guide. All changes will be submitted to the author as a proof before publication.

Information on the style guide used by the IJAMCP can be found here.

 

The IJAMCP aims to review 3 books per issue.

For the most part, the IJACMP selects books for review and contacts suitable reviewers directly. However, if you wish to suggest a book for review to the IJAMCP, please follow the guidelines below.

 

How to submit a book for review to the IJAMCP:

If you are an academic press and wish to submit a book for review to the IJAMCP –

  1. Contact the editorial board via email with the details of the book you wish to have reviewed.
  2. If the book is accepted for review, the editorial board will contact a suitable reviewer and send on their postal address.
  3. Please send a hard copy of the book for review directly to the postal address of the reviewer.
  4. The editorial board will send you an electronic copy of the review when published.

If you are a reviewer and wish to review a book for the IJAMCP –

  1. Contact the editorial board via email with the details of the book you wish to have reviewed and a short academic/ professional CV.
  2. If your review proposal is accepted, please send on the full bibliographical details of the book, the contact details of the publishing house and your own postal address. The editorial board will then contact the publishing house and request a hard copy of the book for review to be sent directly to you.
  3. The editorial board will send you an electronic copy of the review when published.

 Contact details regarding book reviews: niamh.nicghabhann@ul.ie

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