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Materia: Journal of Technical Art History peer reviewer form
Materia: Journal of Technical Art History is an all-volunteer, online-only, open-access journal for research related to Technical Art History. We offer peer review to all of our authors, and we are continuing to build a working list of potential peer review contributors. Are you professionally and/or academically engaged with Technical Art History? We would love to have you on our list of contacts for future article peer review!  
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Mark Clarke
Independent researcher 

I am a researcher in art technology, specialising in artists' paint, the materials of medieval painters and illuminators, and especially in artists' recipe books.

I am an interdisciplinary researcher into historic artists' materials, especially paint, and in particular mediaeval paint. With a background in conservation and conservation science, I specialise in works of art as physical objects, or 'technical art history'. A particular interest is the materials and techniques of mediaeval European and Islamic manuscripts.

Working with the International Council of Museums (Conservation Committee) I co-founded the international working group on Art Technological Source Research, studying historical technical texts. I am currently an Invited Associate Professor in Technical Art History at Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

The materials and techniques of medieval painters and illuminators, art technological source research ("recipe books”)  and yes, experience with collaborative research.
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