Journal of Archaeology (EJA)
Journal of Archaeology (EJA) is published four times a year.
Members receive all four journals for the year of subscription as part
of the membership package, regardless of the time of subscription.
The European Journal of
Archaeology - the international, peer-reviewed journal of the European
Association of Archaeologists - aims to publish the best new archaeological
research undertaken in and around Europe.
Articles cover a wealth of
topics, ranging from major reviews of the prehistoric and historic archaeology
of Europe and neighbouring regions, to reports on key archaeological discoveries
set within a European context, to cutting-edge research and debates on
science-based archaeology, archaeological method and theory, public archaeology
and the history of archaeology, to interviews reflecting upon the life
and work of significant European archaeologists. All articles are published
with short, accessible abstracts in English, French and German.
are also a key feature of the Journal, including: commissioned book reviews
that summarize and assess new publications, evaluations of museum exhibitions
and archaeological films, and critical commentaries accompanying articles
published in the Journal.
Special issues or sections
of the Journal are sometimes also published, comprising collections
of articles relating to topics of broad interest to European archaeologists.
The design and management
of Journal was significantly enhanced in 2011, with a revised format,
higher quality paper and colour illustrations, an energized Editorial Board,
and a timely publication schedule, which now includes rapid online publication
ahead of print issues.
At the same time, the Journal
still adheres to its founding principles. It seeks to promote open debate
amongst archaeologists committed to an idea of Europe in which there is
more communication across national frontiers and more interest in interpretation.
And it publishes not only new data and interpretations, but also encourages
debate about the role archaeology plays in society, how archaeology should
be organized in a changing Europe, and about the ethics of archaeological
Journal of Archaeology ONLINE (accessible
to the current EAA Members only. You can apply for the membership here)
||The list of articles with
abstracts (where applicable) and reviews published in the first five issues
of the then Journal of European Archaeology 1-5, (1993-1997). Full
texts are available to EAA members in the members'
For a list of the contents
of the 2002 and current 2003 issues go to: http://www.sagepub.co.uk/journal.aspx?pid=105535
For lists of the contents
of the 2000-2001 issues go to: http://www.ingenta.com/journals/browse/sage/eja
For lists of the contents
and an order form for journal back
copies (1993-1999) go to
To see who is on the current
Editorial Board go to Board and Committee Members
For institutional subscriptions
please visit the Maney Publishing website at www.maney.co.uk/journals/eja
to learn more about the journal and to subscribe online.
Notes for Authors
For initial advice regarding
potential submissions to the EJA, please contact the General Editor,
Dr. Robin Skeates, via email:
All new papers must be formatted
according to the latest EJA guidelines and submitted online. For detailed
advice on formatting and online submission of papers, please click on the
"Instructions for Authors" and "Author Area" on our publisher Maney's EJA
Books for review and reviews
should be sent to:
÷AW Austrian Academy of
OREA Institute for Oriental
and European Archaeology
1010 Vienna, Austria
Please find listed below
the contents in each journal:
JEA 1.1 & 1.2 (1993)
, JEA 2.1 & 2.2 (1994), JEA 3.1 & 3.2 (1995), JEA 4 (1996), JEA
5.1 & 5.2 (1997), EJA 1.1, 1.2 & 1.3 (1998), EJA 2.2, 2.2 &
2.3 (1999) - (PDF)
Back copies of 1993-1997
could be ordered through:
Mr Ross Samson
197 Great Western Road
Glasgow G4 9EB, United Kingdom
Back copies from 1998-2001
can be ordered from SAGE
6 Bornhill Street
London EC2A 4PU, United
(back copy order)