EJA 11.1 is out!

The latest issue of the European Journal of Archaeology is now available online. It contains the following articles and reviews:

– Cornelius Holtorf: The Past is Now: an Interview With Anders Högberg

– Torben Sarauw: Danish Bell Beaker Pottery and Flint Daggers – the Display of Social Identities?

– Marie Louise Stig Sørensen and Katharina Rebay-Salisbury: Landscapes of the Body: Burials of the Middle Bronze Age in Hungary

– Konstantinos Chilidis: New Knowledge Versus Consensus: a Critical Note On Their Relationship Based On the Debate Concerning the Use of Barrel-Vaults in Macedonian Tombs as well as book review essays by Maria Raffaella Ciuccarelli and Franziska Lang, book reviews by Peter Bogucki, Steinunn Kristjánsdóttir, Manuel Calado, Hans Bolin, Andrew Shapland, Paul Barford, Ruthy Gertwagen, Neal Ascherson, James Doeser and Arlene K. Fleming. Enjoy!

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