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Museum topics go digital. This journal is designed to provide a worldwide e-journal as a publication outlet for students enrolled in the Museum Studies Program.

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The CLS Journal of Museum Studies is intended initially for faculty and students in the Museum Studies Program of the OU College of Liberal Studies.

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The Journal of Museum Studies Editorial Board seeks manuscript contributions and reviews submissions, helping to insure the quality of the journal. Board members are affiliated with the museum studies program and represent various fields of museum topics. Board vacancies are filled by nominations from board members and the editor.

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College of Professional and Continuing Studies Journal of Museum Studies

Journal of the Masters in Museum Studies Program

The College of Professional and Continuing Studies Journal of Museum Studies provides a publication outlet for students and faculty of the College of Professional and Continuing Studies Museum Studies Program.

Any topic of relevance to the field of museum studies is considered suitable for publication in the journal. Articles from outside the MLS Program may be solicited by the editor and requests for consideration of museological articles from throughout the world should be made to the editor directly before submitting manuscripts. An outline of the topic will suffice for the initial contact with the editor. Any topic related to museums can be published in the journal and submissions from scholars working in the museum field are encouraged.

All articles are reviewed by the journal’s editorial board and, where required, by outside evaluators. All publications are published electronically and are available for download on this site and on theCollege of Professional and Continuing Studies' website.

Published articles will deal with all areas of museum studies. Users of the articles are encouraged to circulate the publications on the Web to as many interested parties as possible. All articles are copyrighted by the College of Professional and Continuing Studies of the University of Oklahoma.