World Archaeology


World Archaeology

Aims and Scope:

World Archaeology is the only journal established
specifically to deal with archaeology on a world-wide
multiperiod basis and thirty years after it was founded it
remains the leader in its field. Each issue is dedicated to
one theme of current interest and the papers adopt a broad
comparative approach, looking at important issues on a
global scale. The members of the editorial board and the
advisory board represent a wide range of interests and
expertise and this ensures that the papers published in
World Archaeology cover a wide variety of subject areas.
Recent issues illustrate the variety of material published
in World Archaeology, they have included volumes dedicated
to new developments in archaeological science, the
application of social theory to archaeology, the
archaeology of art and major syntheses of such important
topics as trade and exchange. Future issues will range just
as widely.

Executive Editor: Peter Rowley-Conwy, University of Durham,

Publication Details:
Volume 34, 2002, 3 issues per volume
ISSN 0043-8243

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Original posting date: 
Thursday, July 24, 2003
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