Journal of Anthropological Archaeology

Type

Journal

Institution

Not available

Platform

Elsevier

Cost

Contains open access

Available in

English

Description*

This journal focuses on the theoretical understanding to explain the evolution, organization and operation of human societies. It can be accessed through the website of Elsevier, an academic publishing platform.

 The journal publishes wide ranging data that has been sourced from the findings of specialized professionals such as geographers, sociologists and ethnographers to provide insights into the complexities of human culture. Some of the themed issues of the journal have rendered archaeological perspectives on finance, politics and environment of the ancient world.

 Some of the most cited articles from the journal are:

  • Recentering the rural: Lidar and articulated landscapes among the Maya
  • An institutional approach for archaeology
  • Water, dust, and agro-pastoralism: Modeling socio-ecological co-evolution of landscapes, farming, and human society in southeast Kazakhstan during the mid to late Holocene