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Archaeological Review from Cambridge

 

 

 

 

The Archaeological Review from Cambridge (ARC), first published in July 1981, is a biannual academic journal of archaeology, with calls for papers released approximately 18 months before its two publication dates (April and November). It is run on a non-profit, voluntary basis by postgraduate students at the University of Cambridge. The present Committee is comprised of members working on such diverse research projects as Croatian Epigravettian subsistence strategies, and Etruscan identities. 

Rooted primarily in archaeological theory and practice, publication in ARC is open to all, and it increasingly invites a wider range of perspectives with the aim of establishing a strong, interdisciplinary journal which will be of interest in a range of fields. Recent issues have focused on such topics as violence