EJA 8 (3) now available online

Issue 8 (3) of the European Journal of Archaeology is now available online. It contains the following:

Pierre Allard: Surplus Production of Flint Blades in the Early Neolithic of Western Europe: New Evidence From Belgium

Peter Halkon and Jim Innes: Settlement and Economy in a Changing Prehistoric Lowland Landscape: an East Yorkshire (UK) Case Study

Robert Leighton: Later Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in Sicily: Old Paradigms and New Surveys

Book review essays
Nena Galanidou: The Many Faces of Hunter-Gatherer Research

HÃ¥kan Karlsson: The Contemporary Archaeology of Recent Conflict

Deborah Olausson: `Traceology’ Then and Now

Book reviews

by Francisco Gracia Alonso, Xosé-Lois Armada, Wayne E. Lee, Antoon Cornelis Mientjes, Lawrence E. Moore, Martin Rundkvist, Brit Solli, Silvia Tomásková, Elizabeth Twohig, Sergey A. Vasil’ev, David S. Webster and Alasdair Whittle.

Conference review

by Troels Myrup Kristensen.

The present blog is the place for discussion of anything published in the journal, though especially in relation to the Review section.

Over the next few weeks we will feature each review with short extracts and the possibility to comment for anybody. If anybody would like to react to any of the articles please get in touch (klatmk@hum.au.dk) who can facilitate your contribution.

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3 Responses to EJA 8 (3) now available online

  1. Martin R says:

    Goody! Do book reviewers get a free copy of the journal?

  2. Cornelius says:

    Yes they do. – Does it not say so in the contract you signed? 😉
    But I haven’t yet seen a paper copy of the journal either, so please be patient.

  3. Cornelius says:

    I have to correct myself. Apparently Sage has decided to send reviewers only a pdf of their review and not a copy of the journal. I do not agree with that kind of cheapness but was not consulted either. So there we are. As soon as I get these pdfs I will forward them to reviewers.