Call For Appraisal Articles New Publication Will Highlight Advanced Topics.
The ISA Eduation Foundation has announced plans to publish a new book titled, The Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies, and is seeking articles.
News-Antique.com - Sep 13,2007 - The ISA Education Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of education related to the personal property appraising field, has announced plans to publish a new book titled, The Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies.
This daring new venture will be a unique annual publication written and edited specifically for and about appraisal issues. Original research articles, integrative reviews, and discussions of topical and emerging appraisal issues will be accepted for publication. These will concentrate on, but not be limited to, personal property (antiques, fine and decorative art, jewelry and collectibles, and even machinery and equipment). Topics of general appraisal interest about real property and business valuation will be considered.
The editor, Todd Sigety, owns two antique shops in Alexandria, Virginia, has written for many academic and professional magazines, and is a Certified Member of the International Society of Appraisers. He is currently accepting submissions of the highest scholarly caliber for the inaugural edition set to be issued in April, 2008. Submission proposals (ideas, concepts, or finished work) maybe sent immediately for acceptance. About 20-30 articles will be accepted on a merit basis, each containing 10-15 pages. All work should be original and academic, instructive, or scholastic. Authors will be recognized in the publication. They need not be members of any specific appraisal organization.
This journal will become available for purchase by all appraisers and the public next April. For questions, submissions queries, and other information, please contact the editor Todd at email@example.com or by phone at 703.836.1020.
The ISA Education Foundation is a non-profit corporation with headquarters in San Antonio, Texas. Their Executive Director is Rebecca Norton. They have been in existence since 2002 and provide scholarships to the appraisal community and offer grants to worthwhile endeavors, specifically those providing education and instruction to the public about personal property appraising and related subjects.