Category Archives: EJA Editorial

Discussion of Editorials in the European Journal of Archaeology

Alan's Editorial

In the Editorial of the most recent issue of the European Journal of Archaeology, our General Editor Alan Saville writes that “…for the first time since the EJA appeared in April 1998, this is a combined double issue of the … Continue reading

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The exploited past?

Alan Saville, editor of the European Journal of Archaeology, writes in the Editorial of the new issue 8 (2): Anna Simandiraki, in her article Minoan archaeology in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games in this issue, takes prehistory right into the … Continue reading

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The archaeological divide

Alan Saville, editor of the European Journal of Archaeology, writes in the Editorial of the new issue 8 (2): Delegate attendance at the 2006 conference of the Institute of Field Archaeologists speaks volumes for the divide that exists within archaeology … Continue reading

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