ARQUEOLOGIA IBEROAMERICANA

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ARQUEOLOGIA IBEROAMERICANA ARQUEOLOGIA IBEROAMERICANA is a peer-reviewed, open access international scientific journal devoted to the archaeological study of prehistoric, protohistoric, ancient and historical societies of Latin America, the United States, the Iberian Peninsula, the Philippines, and other Iberian countries. ISSN 1989-4104 (ONLINE) Journal metadata
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  • Aims and scope

    ARQUEOLOGIA IBEROAMERICANA is a peer-reviewed, open access international scientific journal devoted to the archaeological study of prehistoric, protohistoric, ancient and historical societies of Latin America, the United States, the Iberian Peninsula, the Philippines, and other Iberian countries, whose primary objective is to serve the research community with the highest quality and speed and non-profit one.

    It is published online four times a year in PDF electronic format and contains research and theoretical articles on the archaeology of the American, Iberian and Filipino peoples. Spanish, English and Portuguese are the primary languages.

  • Profile

    History

    Founded in early 2009 by Pascual Izquierdo-Egea, ARQUEOLOGIA IBEROAMERICANA has published 9 issues so far with 20 research articles of medium or large length corresponding to 41 authors, including 473 pages in A4 PDF format in two columns, 271 figures – many of them in full color – and 56 tables. It also has 167 contributors from 19 countries.
    The journal has achieved the SPARC Europe Seal for Open Access Journals (21-1-2011) for its high quality, being the first journal of archaeology included in the DOAJ in receiving it despite its youth.

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  • Editors

    EDITORIAL BOARD

    Editor and Publisher

    Dr. Pascual Izquierdo-Egea
    (Independent Researcher, Spain)

    Associate Editor

    Prof. Dr. Lidio M. Valdez (Andean Archaeology)(Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Canada)

    Assistant Editors

    Prof. Dr. Andrew K. Balkansky (Contributions in English) (Department of Anthropology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA)
    Prof. Dr. Juan A. Barceló (Department of Prehistory, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain)

    Editorial Assistants

    Elisabeth A. Stone (English Correction) (PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, USA)
    Cecilia Verena Pérez Winter (Brazil)(Archaeologist, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Laboratório de Geologia, FACIP, Brazil)
    Dr. Marta Navazo Ruiz (Assistant Professor of Prehistory, University of Burgos, Spain)

    ADVISORY BOARD

    Dr. Karen Olsen Bruhns (Professor Emerita, Department of Anthropology, San Francisco State University, USA)
    Dr. Marshall Joseph Becker (Professor Emeritus, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, USA)
    Dr. Teresa Chapa Brunet (professor of Prehistory, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)
    Dr. Robert W. Chapman (Professor in Archaeology, Department of Archaeology, University of Reading, UK)
    Prof. Dr. José d'Encarnação (Institute of Archaeology, University of Coimbra, Portugal)
    Dr. Jordi Estévez Escalera (Professor of Prehistory, Autonomous University of Barcelona, and CSIC Researcher, Spain)
    Dr. Anabel Ford (President of Exploring Solutions Past-The Maya Forest Alliance and Director of the MesoAmerican Research Center, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA)
    Dr. Joyce Marcus (Professor of Anthropology and Curator of Latin American Archaeology, Department and Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, USA)
    Dr. Alexandra Legrand-Pineau (Neolithic, bone industry) (Maison René-Ginouvès d'Archéologie et Ethnologie, Nanterre, France)
    Dr. Pilar López García (Research Professor, Department of Prehistory, History Institute, CSIC, Spain. Head of History and Archaeology at the European Research Council, an agency of the European Commission in Brussels)
    Dr. José Antonio López Sáez (Environmental Archaeology) (Scientist, Research Group in Archaeobiology, History Institute, CCHS, CSIC, Spain)
    Dr. José Remesal Rodríguez (Academic of the Royal Academy of History, Professor of Ancient History, University of Barcelona, Spain)
    Prof. Dr. Daniel Schávelzon (CONICET Researcher, Director of Urban Archaeology of the Government of Buenos Aires and the Center for Urban Archaeology of the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    Dr. Javier Velaza Frías (Professor of Latin Philology, University of Barcelona, Spain)
    Dr. Assumpció Vila Mitjà (Research Professor, Editor of the journal Treballs d'Etnoarqueologia, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, Institución Milá y Fontanals, CSIC, Spain)
    Prof. Dr. Jerry D. Moore (Andean Archaeology) (Anthropology Department, California State University at Dominguez Hills, USA)
    Dr. María Teresa Cabrero García (Researcher in Archaeology, Institute of Anthropological Researches, Autonomous National University of Mexico, Mexico)
    Dr. Robert M. Carmack (Professor Emeritus, Anthropology Department, Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, State University of New York at Albany, USA)
    Dr. Horacio Chiavazza (Dir. del Área Fundacional y Prof. Asociado, Univ. Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina)
    Prof. Dr. Marcelo Fagundes
    (Vice Diretor do Instituto de Humanidades, Coordenador do Laboratório de Arqueologia e Estudo da Paisagem, Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri, Diamantina, Minas Gerais, Brazil)
    Prof. Dr. Magdalena A. García Sánchez (Center for Archaeological Studies, El Colegio de Michoacán, Mexico)
    Prof. Dr. Antonio Lezama
    (Dpto. de Arqueología, Inst. de Ciencias Antropológicas, Univ. de la República, Uruguay)
    Dr. David Mora Marín (Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of North Carolina, USA)
    Dr. Arturo Oliver Foix (Iberian Archaeology)(Museum of Fine Arts, Diputación de Castellón, Spain)
    Dr. Fred Valdez, Jr.(Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin, USA)
    Dr. María Eugenia Aubet Semmler (Professor of Prehistory, Director of the Archaeology Laboratory and Editor of the journal Cuadernos de Arqueología Mediterránea, Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain)
    Dr. Miquel Molist Montaña (Professor of Prehistory, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain)

  • Guide to authors

    Iinstructions for authors • PDF  
    Authors whose manuscript has been approved by the Advisory Board are encouraged to make a voluntary donation toward the cost of publishing their article through the open access format, and will thus become sponsors of the journal. Choosing not to make a donation will not negatively affect the manuscript publication. It will be published when the Editor deems it appropriate, but to obtain priority in the publication, author needs to make a donation.
    ARQUEOLOGIA IBEROAMERICANA is a peer-reviewed, open access international scientific journal devoted to the archaeological study of prehistoric, protohistoric, ancient and historical societies of Latin America, the United States, the Iberian Peninsula, the Philippines, and other Iberian countries.
    It is published online four times a year (March, June, September, December) in PDF electronic format and contains research and theoretical articles on the archaeology of the American, Iberian and Filipino peoples.
    Spanish, English and Portuguese are the primary languages.
    Scheduled dates for final publication: March 31, 2011 (9th issue); June 30, 2011 (10th issue); September 30, 2011 (11th issue); December 31, 2011 (8th issue).
    Manuscripts submitted cannot have been previously published in any form or language. Authors should send manuscripts, including illustrations (JPEG, TIFF or BMP) at the best possible resolution, in electronic format (Word, OpenOffice). They should also enclose a shortcurriculum vita and a brief abstract of their paper in English and Spanish, and keywords in both languages. All references should appear in the text or in footnotes as follows: (author, year: page(s)).
    There are no limitations in length except for extreme cases but if it exceed 5000 words will increase the minimum donation.
    Tables should be sent as illustrations, i.e., in graphical format. Do not scan black and white images as if they were photographs.
    Acceptance is not guaranteed. All papers must be peer-reviewed by the Advisory Board.
    This publication is distributed freely over the Internet to achieve maximum dissemination. The journal, fully committed to the philosophy of open access to scientific knowledge, allows authors to archive digital reprints of their articles, personally or institutionally.
    Copyright
    Under existing law, the author is the copyright holder but the publishing rights holder of the journal is the Editor, who has signed a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Spain (CC BY 3.0) license in January 2011.
    Manuscripts and correspondence should be sent to the EDITOR.

  • Contact

    www.laiesken.net/arqueologia

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