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    • IT’S ALIVE !!! Danish Journal of Archaeology
    • Redaktion• Felix Riede, Aarhus Universitet• Eva Strand Andersson, Centre for Textile Research• Mads Dengsø Jessen, Nationalmuseet Referencegruppe• Mads Holst, Aarhus Universitet• Jesper Laursen, Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab• Lars Jørgensen, Nationalmuseet
    • AIMS AND SCOPEThis innovative peer-reviewed journal is dedicated to thepresentation, discussion and interpretation of the archaeological recordof southern Scandinavia in its international, regional and local context.Providing a platform for publication and debate for professionals fromthe museum as well as the university sectors, this journal is open forempirical, methodological and theoretical contributions covering all timeperiods and all kinds of archaeology with relevance for theScandinavian, Baltic, and North Atlantic regions. The Danish Journal ofArchaeology particularly welcomes contributions that focus on analyticalaspects of archaeology, and that place the Scandinavian archaeologicalrecord within a wider disciplinary context. In addition, the journal maypublish articles of wider theoretical, discursive or global reach. TheDanish Journal of Archaeology is published twice a year and includesoriginal research articles, news and discoveries, and discussion pieceswith the intention of fostering open debate about the archaeologicalrecord of southern Scandinavia in its broadest sense and the position ofarchaeology as a discipline in the modern world.
    • AIMS AND SCOPEThis innovative peer-reviewed journal is dedicated to thepresentation, discussion and interpretation of the archaeological recordof southern Scandinavia in its international, regional and local context.Providing a platform for publication and debate for professionals fromthe museum as well as the university sectors, this journal is open forempirical, methodological and theoretical contributions covering all timeperiods and all kinds of archaeology with relevance for theScandinavian, Baltic, and North Atlantic regions. The Danish Journal ofArchaeology particularly welcomes contributions that focus on analyticalaspects of archaeology, and that place the Scandinavian archaeologicalrecord within a wider disciplinary context. In addition, the journal maypublish articles of wider theoretical, discursive or global reach. TheDanish Journal of Archaeology is published twice a year and includesoriginal research articles, news and discoveries, and discussion pieceswith the intention of fostering open debate about the archaeologicalrecord of southern Scandinavia in its broadest sense and the position ofarchaeology as a discipline in the modern world.
    • AIMS AND SCOPEThis innovative peer-reviewed journal is dedicated to thepresentation, discussion and interpretation of the archaeological recordof southern Scandinavia in its international, regional and local context.Providing a platform for publication and debate for professionals fromthe museum as well as the university sectors, this journal is open forempirical, methodological and theoretical contributions covering all timeperiods and all kinds of archaeology with relevance for theScandinavian, Baltic, and North Atlantic regions. The Danish Journal ofArchaeology particularly welcomes contributions that focus on analyticalaspects of archaeology, and that place the Scandinavian archaeologicalrecord within a wider disciplinary context. In addition, the journal maypublish articles of wider theoretical, discursive or global reach. TheDanish Journal of Archaeology is published twice a year and includesoriginal research articles, news and discoveries, and discussion pieceswith the intention of fostering open debate about the archaeologicalrecord of southern Scandinavia in its broadest sense and the position ofarchaeology as a discipline in the modern world.
    • AIMS AND SCOPEThis innovative peer-reviewed journal is dedicated to thepresentation, discussion and interpretation of the archaeological recordof southern Scandinavia in its international, regional and local context.Providing a platform for publication and debate for professionals fromthe museum as well as the university sectors, this journal is open forempirical, methodological and theoretical contributions covering all timeperiods and all kinds of archaeology with relevance for theScandinavian, Baltic, and North Atlantic regions. The Danish Journal ofArchaeology particularly welcomes contributions that focus on analyticalaspects of archaeology, and that place the Scandinavian archaeologicalrecord within a wider disciplinary context. In addition, the journal maypublish articles of wider theoretical, discursive or global reach. TheDanish Journal of Archaeology is published twice a year and includesoriginal research articles, news and discoveries, and discussion pieceswith the intention of fostering open debate about the archaeologicalrecord of southern Scandinavia in its broadest sense and the position ofarchaeology as a discipline in the modern world.
    • AIMS AND SCOPEThis innovative peer-reviewed journal is dedicated to thepresentation, discussion and interpretation of the archaeological recordof southern Scandinavia in its international, regional and local context.Providing a platform for publication and debate for professionals fromthe museum as well as the university sectors, this journal is open forempirical, methodological and theoretical contributions covering all timeperiods and all kinds of archaeology with relevance for theScandinavian, Baltic, and North Atlantic regions. The Danish Journal ofArchaeology particularly welcomes contributions that focus on analyticalaspects of archaeology, and that place the Scandinavian archaeologicalrecord within a wider disciplinary context. In addition, the journal maypublish articles of wider theoretical, discursive or global reach. TheDanish Journal of Archaeology is published twice a year and includesoriginal research articles, news and discoveries, and discussion pieceswith the intention of fostering open debate about the archaeologicalrecord of southern Scandinavia in its broadest sense and the position ofarchaeology as a discipline in the modern world.
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    • Målsætning• Revitalisering af anerkendt, engelsksproget, dansk tidsskrift.• Opnå en bibliometrisk klassificering til Niveau 2. - international peer-review.• Fælles, videnskabeligt forum for alle grene af faget arkæologi.• Kommenterende debat mellem numrene.
    • Målsætning• Revitalisering af anerkendt, engelsksproget, dansk tidsskrift.• Opnå en bibliometrisk klassificering til Niveau 2. - international peer-review.• Fælles, videnskabeligt forum for alle grene af faget arkæologi.• Kommenterende debat mellem numrene.
    • Målsætning• Revitalisering af anerkendt, engelsksproget, dansk tidsskrift.• Opnå en bibliometrisk klassificering til Niveau 2. - international peer-review.• Fælles, videnskabeligt forum for alle grene af faget arkæologi.• Kommenterende debat mellem numrene.
    • Målsætning• Revitalisering af anerkendt, engelsksproget, dansk tidsskrift.• Opnå en bibliometrisk klassificering til Niveau 2. - international peer-review.• Fælles, videnskabeligt forum for alle grene af faget arkæologi.• Kommenterende debat mellem numrene.
    • Deadlines• 29/2-2012 med udgivelse november 2012.• 31/8-2012 med udgivelse maj 2013. … og så fremdeles.