[Internet Archaeology]

Issue 6: Digital Publication theme

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Internet Archaeology is the premier international e-journal for archaeology and has been publishing on the web since 1996. All content is peer-reviewed. The journal is in transition to open access and issues 1-23 are now freely available. Access to most (but not all) content in issue 24 onwards is subject to a low-cost subscription (pay once, access forever).

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Editorial - Judith Winters

Submitted: July 1999; Published: July 1999; Words: 745 (6KB)
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Archaeology and global information systems - Ian Hodder

Submitted: January 1999; Published: March 1999
Words: 5483 (49KB)
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Is History going to be on my side? On the experience of writing and submitting a hypermedia Ph.D. thesis - Cornelius Holtorf

Submitted: October 1998; Published: March 1999
Words: 17450 (142KB); Images: 1 (2KB)
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From Order to Chaos: Publication, Synthesis and the Dissemination of Data in a Digital Age - Vince Gaffney and Sally Exon

Submitted: December 1998; Published: March 1999
Words: 8857 (78KB); Images: 5 (75KB)
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From Real Space to Cyberspace: Contemporary Conversations about the Archaeology of Slavery and Tenancy - Carol McDavid

Submitted: March 1999; Published: May 1999
Words: 20439 (169KB)
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The Electronic Dissertation: A less radical approach - Andre Costopoulos

Submitted: April 1999; Published: May 1999
Words: 6022 (54KB)
Response to Holtorf
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Inhabitation and Access: Landscape and the Internet at Gardom's Edge - Mark Edmonds and Graham McElearney

Submitted: April 1999; Published: May 1999
Words: 26251 (257KB); Images: 148 (826KB); Interactive map
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Data, Digital Ephemera, and Dead Media: Digital Publishing and Archaeological Practice - Mark Aldenderfer

Submitted: July 1999; Published: July 1999;
Words: 15551 (130KB); Images: 4 (163KB)
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See the 'intarch-interest' list archives for further discussion on this theme's topic (May 1999 onwards).

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Excavating Occaneechi Town CD-Rom - Jonathan Bateman

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