PIA Volume 23: Call for Submissions
20 March 2013
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology (PIA) is now calling for submissions for its Volume 23 (2013), to be published in the winter.
PIA is a fully peer reviewed open access journal, run by graduate students at the Institute of Archaeology, and is published annually. Papers by postgraduate students, early career researchers and established academics and professionals are now requested with a deadline of 26 May 2013 for submissions.
Submissions on topics in archaeology, museum studies, cultural heritage and conservation are welcomed as well as conference, event and book reviews. Suggestions are also welcomed regarding the next interview item, a feature of each volume.
PIA Volume 22 (2012) was recently launched at the Institute and includes:
- Joe Flatman & Dominic Perring: The National Planning Policy Framework and Archaeology: A Discussion
- With responses from RESCUE, Peter Hinton (IfA), Duncan McCallum (EH), Judith Rosten (CPRE), Jonathan Edis & Elizabeth Stephen (Heritage Collective), Taryn Nixon (MOLA), Ben Cowell (NT), Rob Lennox (York University PhD Candidate) and Blanch Cameron (Reset)
- Mike Parker Pearson: Professor of British Later Prehistory at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL
- Kate Fulcher: Conserving Heritage Tiles on the London Underground: Challenges and Approaches
- Ester Oras: Importance of terms: What is a wealth deposit?
- Pamela Lofthouse: The Development of English Semi-detached Dwellings During the Nineteenth Century
- Fabio Silva: Landscape and Astronomy in Megalithic Portugal: the Carregal do Sal Nucleus and Star Mountain Range
- Alia Wallace: Presenting Pompeii: Steps towards Reconciling Conservation and Tourism at the Ancient Site
- Victoria Donnellan: The English Prize. The Capture of the Westmorland. An Episode of the Grand Tour. An Exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum (17 May - 27 August 2012)
- Beliz Tecirli: Annual General Meeting of the Council of British Archaeology
- Hana Koriech & Colin Sterling: Archaeology and Economic Development
- Paul Anthony Brazinski: An Archaeology of Religion
- Phil Riris: Ethnicity in Ancient Amazonia
- Veysel Apaydin: The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Anatolia
- Hana Koriech: Breaking New Ground: How Archaeology Works