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Research - Education: Call for Papers
The Rosetta Journal was founded in 2006 to provide a platform for postgraduates at the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity of the University of Birmingham.
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by Archaeology Newsroom

Summer edition of The Rosetta Journal

Submissions must be received by 26th of February 2016

The Rosetta journal is aimed at postgraduates and professionals from a variety of historical and archaeological disciplines.

Rosetta publishes articles covering a wide scope of archaeology, history and classics subjects, book reviews, museum and conference reports. There are also links to other sites of interest and forthcoming seminars and conferences.

This journal is an online, electronic journal and is free to view. Submissions from any related area are welcome.

For papers to be included in the Summer 2016 issue (to be published in June), submissions must be received by 26th of February 2016. For further details about submissions please follow the link below to the Journal’s website: http://www.rosetta.bham.ac.uk/journal.html

The Rosetta Journal was founded in 2006 to provide a platform for postgraduates at the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity of the University of Birmingham to get their first academic articles published in a peer-reviewed journal.

From this original goal Rosetta journal has expanded to accept papers from postgraduates and academics from other universities, as well as publishing the proceedings of conferences such as AMPAL. Despite this expansion, Rosetta Journal maintains close links with its home department at the University of Birmingham, with its editorial board and many of its specialist editors drawn from the postgraduates of the department. This is also evident in the variety of the disciplines published in Rosetta’s issues which, despite changes to the department, continue to reflect the range of research in the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity when the journal was founded.

Today the Rosetta Journal continues to publish articles from postgraduates and professionals from a wide variety of historical and archaeological disciplines.