[Internet Archaeology]


Internet Archaeology is an independent, not-for-profit, peer-reviewed e-journal for archaeology, working only to sustain itself. It publishes articles of a high academic standing while also exploring the potential of electronic publication. The journal has been publishing online since 1996.

Internet Archaeology is hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York and published by the CBA. It is edited by Judith Winters, who is supported by co-directors Prof. Julian Richards (University of York) and Dr Michael Heyworth (Council for British Archaeology). An editorial Advisory Committee is made up from representatives from the commercial archaeology sector and a range of leading Universities from around the world, including Arizona, Cambridge, Flinders, Florence, Gent, Glasgow, Leiden, Oxford, Penn State, Sydney and York.

The contents of the journal are archived with the Archaeology Data Service whose remit is the long-term preservation of digital research materials. No changes are made to articles post-publication. Internet Archaeology is an Open Access journal, which means that authors (or in most cases, their research funding bodies, affiliated institutions or other supporters) pay for article development costs so that content is free to access.

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