Archaeological Dialogues

Archaeological Dialogues

ISSN: 1380-2038 
E-ISSN: 1478-2294 
DESCRIPTION
Archaeology is undergoing rapid changes in terms of its conceptual framework and its place in contemporary society. In this challenging intellectual climate, Archaeological Dialogues has become one of the leading journals for debating innovative issues in archaeology. Firmly rooted in European archaeology, it now serves the international academic community for discussing the theories and practices of archaeology today. True to its name, debate takes a central place in Archaeological Dialogues.
 
AUDIENCE
University and departmental libraries, research and scholarly institutes.

 

SUBJECT AREA AND CATEGORY 
Arts and Humanities, Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous); Social Sciences, Archeology, Geography, Planning and Development

 

IMPACT FACTOR: 0.820

 

QUARTILE: Q1
 
ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING
Scopus 
International Bibliography of the Social Science
BRISDAT
Web of Science
 
EDITORIAL BOARD
Editors
 
Dr Joanna Brück, University of Bristol, UK
Professor Audrey Horning, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
Professor Liv Nilsson Stutz, Emory University, USA
 
Associate Editors
 
Professor Ömür Harmanşah, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
 
Advisory Board
 
Dr Anders Andrén, Stockholm University, Sweden
Mr Peter F. Biehl, University at Buffalo, USA
Professor Philippe Della Casa, Universität Zürich, Switzerland
Professor Lin Foxhall, University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Barbara Helwing, University of Sydney, Australia
Dr Gavin Lucas, Institute of Archaeology, Iceland
Professor Thomas Meier, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg, Germany
Dr Björn Nilsson, Södertörns Högskola, Sweden
Dr Predrag Novakovic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dr Nathan Schlanger, École nationale des chartes, France
Professor Silvia Tomaskova, University of North Carolina, USA
Dr Peter van Dommelen, Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World at Brown University, USA 
Dr Sofia Voutsaki, Groningen Institute of Archaeology, The Netherlands
Professor Howard Williams, University of Chester, UK