Criminology journal wants papers on this theme and I’m the theme editor
I’m happy to announce that The International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology (IJOTCC) now has a stated interest in publishing art and heritage crime and antiquities trafficking academic papers! This represents an expansion of this kind of research into criminology and more options for those of us publishing in this field. It’s exciting. Also their impact factor just went up if that’s the sort of thing that matters to you.
As such, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESEARCH TO THE IJOTCC: This isn’t a special issue, rather an open and ongoing call that can be developed into a long-running theme within the journal. I’d love for this to happen, but submissions are needed. If you’ve been looking for the right place to put your diverse and interesting art and antiquities crime work, the IJOTCC might just be the place. I’m the “theme editor” for art and heritage crime so here’s who you’re sending it to.
I’m happy to answer any questions you have about this (or at least point you to the person who can really answer your question). Please do let others know who might be interested.