[Internet Archaeology]

Panel of Advisory Editors

The journal's Advisory editors assist the Editor by commenting/advising on proposals submitted to the journal that fall within their area of specialist knowledge and by suggesting potential peer reviewers (referees). They also help promote the journal and act as contact for prospective authors/projects.

NameAffiliationJournal Role
Prof. Mark Aldenderfer University of California, Merced -
Dr Graeme Earl University of Southampton -
Dr Mike P Heyworth Council for British Archaeology Co-director
Dr Jeremy Huggett University of Glasgow -
Dr Ian Johnson University of Sydney -
Dr Sarah May Independent researcher, Heritage for Transformation -
Dr. Francis P. McManamon Executive Director, Digital Antiquity, Arizona State University -
Prof. Franco Niccolucci University of Florence -
Ms Donna Page University of York Administrator
Dr Alistair Paterson University of Western Australia -
Prof. Julian D Richards University of York Co-director
Mr Pete Rowsome Freelance consultant -
Dr. Seamus R Ross University of Toronto -
Dr Claire Smith Flinders University -
Ms Sarah Thompson Head of Content, University of York Library -
Prof. Dr. Frank Vermeulen University of Ghent -
Dr Sarah Witcher Kansa Alexandria Archive Institute and Open Context -
Ms Judith Winters University of York Internet Archaeology Editor ex officio
Dr Stephanie Wynne-Jones University of York -
Mr Paul Young University of York Archaeology Data Service
ex officio


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