Launch of the latest issue of Archaeology International

14 December 2017

Launch of the latest issue of Archaeology International

The latest issue of Archaeology International, showcasing the Institute's diverse research, teaching and public engagement activities, is now available.

Archaeology International Issue 20 (2016-17) highlights the Institute's research presence across the globe and contains a number of articles by Institute staff including:

Archaeology International also includes shorter research updates and in this issue topics vary from The Origins of Stonehenge: On the Track of the Bluestones; Developments in Ceramic Technology in North China in the Sixth Century AD; Bones on Stones to Supply and Demand in Prehistory? Economics of Neolithic Mining in NW Europe and Archaeometallurgy in Columbia as well as updates on research projects including Artefacts of Excavation and the Building Bridges project at the London Science Museum. 

As well as the usual Editorial and the Institute's Director's Report, information on Studying at the UCL Institute of Archaeology: Past and Present is provided.

The annual bookshelf of recent publications, a section on recent news and obituaries are also included as well as The Institute of Archaeology Around the World: A Global Perspective on the Past.

Archaeology International is published by Ubiquity Press and is normally available online as well as in print and is fully open access. This issue should be available online in Spring 2018.

The launch of the latest issue was marked by a special reception at the Institute of Archaeology earlier this week.