Australian Archaeology, is a peer-reviewed journal published continuously since 1974. It accepts original articles in all fields of archaeology and other subjects relevant to archaeological research and practice in Australia and nearby areas. Australian Archaeology is published three times a year, in April, August and December.
Before submitting a paper to Australian Archaeology, authors should download the AA style sheet.
Submissions that do not conform to these guidelines may be returned to authors for correction before they are processed.
Your manuscript must be submitted through the Taylor and Francis Editorial Manager at http://www.edmgr.com/raaa/default.aspx.
Queries, such as whether your proposed article is appropriate for our journal, may be sent to the Editorial Team at email@example.com.
Processing of Contributions:
All contributions to Australian Archaeology are triple blind reviewed (by two external reviewers and one member of the Editorial Advisory Board), with the Editors also reviewing all contributions. The review process typically takes three months to be completed. As is the case for any refereed journal, authors will usually be asked to make revisions to their manuscript. If substantial revision is recommended the Editors may require that a manuscript be re-reviewed before a final decision is made. Once a paper is accepted in its final form, page-proofs will be sent to the corresponding author for approval. Final acceptance of manuscripts for publication is at the discretion of the Editors. For paper submission instructions see the Style Guide.
Correspondence and Submission:
Contributors are encouraged to contact the Editors if they have any questions or concerns about the submission process.
All correspondence and submissions should be addressed to: E-Mail
2. Style Guide
Go here for the latest version of the AA style sheet.
Authors are responsible for ensuring that any material that has influenced the research or writing has been properly cited and credited both in the text and in the list of references. Contributors are responsible for gaining copyright clearance on figures, photographs or lengthy quotes used in their manuscript that have been published elsewhere.