Maney Publishing is delighted to announce an exciting new publishing partnership. From 2012 Maney has been chosen to publish the European Journal of Archaeology, the official journal of the European Association of Archaeologists. This further complements Maney Publishing’s existing range of archaeology titles such as the Journal of Field Archaeology and Environmental Archaeology. Other recent additions to Maney’s archaeology and heritage list include Studies in Conservation and English Heritage Historical Review.
The European Journal of Archaeology is published three times a year in print and online and the first issue under Maney’s imprint, Volume 15.1 will be published in April 2012. Edited by Dr Robin Skeates (Department of Archaeology, Durham University), the journal promotes discussion and debate among archaeologists and covers a wide range of issues both academic and professional. These subjects include reviews of the prehistoric and historic archaeology of Europe and neighbouring regions, to reports on key archaeological discoveries set within a European context. The title will be available online via ingentaconnect.com, and subscriptions include access to the online archive of the previous volumes.
The European Association of Archaeologists has some 1,100 members. Each will receive access as part of their membership package to the journal, which incorporates content from all historical periods within a range of papers, review articles, interviews and debate pieces.
Gaynor Redvers-Mutton, Business Development Manager at Maney, welcomes the new title: “At the heart of this partnership with the European Association of Archaeologists is the commitment to work together to promote the European Journal of Archaeology and to increase its impact and relevance to practising archaeologists.”
The journal editor Dr Robin Skeates, comments: “The European Association of Archaeologists is very pleased to be joining forces with Maney, who share our ambition to enhance further the quality, reputation, readership and impact of our international peer-reviewed journal.”
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Find out more about the European Association of Archaeologists.