Tuesday, 2 October 2012

30th Anniversary Party

To celebrate the publication of the very first ARC issue in 1982, the current committee invites former editors, past and future contributors and friends to our 30th Anniversary Party.

Where: Archaeology and Anthropology Museum, Cambridge

When: 19th October, 17.30-20:00

All welcome!

Monday, 25 June 2012

Volume 28.2, Nov 2013: Call for Papers now open

Volume 28.2, November 2013: Humans and Animals

Call for Papers

Please send an abstract of no more than 500 words to Kathryn Boulden and Sarah Musselwhite (kjb66@cam.ac.uk, sjm233@cam.ac.uk) by 31st July 2012.

Monday, 28 May 2012

We are going open access!

Over the next few months, select back issues will be made available online and for download free of  charge. Watch this space for issues being made available!

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

ARC 27.1 Launch Party

The Editorial Committee of the Archaeological Review from Cambridge cordially invites you to join the celebration of the launch of ARC issue 27.1 titled "Science and the Material Record". Free drinks and snacks will be provided. It will be possible to purchase the current issue for a reduced launch price. Several of the ARC's back issues will also be on sale.

Where: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge.
When: 5pm

Tuesday, 3 April 2012

It's competition time!

The Archaeological Review from Cambridge is giving away a free one year's subscription! To enter the prize draw, all you need to do is follow the A.R.C. page on Facebook or Twitter and share this post by April 30. If you follow both pages you will receive two entries in the draw! (If the winner already has a subscription, s/he will receive a free one year renewal).

The winner will be announced on May 1.

Good luck from the A.R.C. committee!

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Call for book reviews 27.2

*** The Archaeological Review from Cambridge (ARC), a postgraduate managed
and published journal, is now seeking contributions of book reviews ***

Information regarding ARC may be found at:

Book reviewing is an excellent opportunity for you to develop publication
writing skills and build your CV! It allows first-time authors to express
their opinions and, in addition to seeing your name in print, you may keep
the review book for free.

We are seeking reviews of 750-1500 words for the books listed below, for
publication in the November 2012 issue of ARC. To express interest, please
contact the ARC Book Reviews Editor, Katie Hall (keh48@cam.ac.uk) and submit
a small paragraph detailing you research background and interests. The
deadline for the first draft of your review will be 1st May 2012 and you
must be able to work on subsequent drafts and proofs between June and
November 2012.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or would
like further information.

--- Books currently available:

Bernback, R. & R. McGuire (2011) Ideologies in Archaeology. Tuscon,
Arizona:University of Arizona Press

Parmington, A. (2011) Space and Sculpture in the Classic Maya City.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Radner, K. & E. Robson (eds) (2011) The Oxford Handbook of Cuneiform
Culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Issue 28.1 Call for Papers NOW CLOSED

The call for papers for Issue 28.1: Archaeology and Cultural Mixing is now closed. If you have any further queries please contact the editor Paul van Pelt (wpv20@cam.ac.uk).


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