The latest issue of the European Journal of Archaeology (15.1 – April 2012) is now out!
There are more new articles, book reviews and opinions, including:
David Orton – Herding, Settlement, and Chronology in the Balkan Neolithic
Andre? Costopoulos, Samuel Vaneeckhout, Jari Okkonen, Eva Hulse, Ieva Paberzyte and Colin D. Wren – Social Complexity in the Mid-Holocene Northeastern Bothnian Gulf
Susanna Harris – From the Parochial to the Universal: Comparing Cloth Cultures in the Bronze Age
Fiona Shapland and Ian Armit – The Useful Dead: Bodies as Objects in Iron Age and Norse Atlantic Scotland
Rhea Brettell, Jane Evans, Sonja Marzinzik, Angela Lamb and Janet Montgomery – ‘Impious Easterners’: Can Oxygen and Strontium Istotopes Serve as Indicators of Provenance in Early Medieval European Cemetery Populations?
Nina Witoszek – The World after Thor Heyerdahl: Challenges to Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century
Take a closer look at http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/maney/eja or via the EAA website, which provides members with full access to the EJA.
And if you’d like to contribute a paper, follow the Instructions for Authors on http://www.maney.co.uk/index.php/journals/eja/