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The Fall 2017 issue of the Journal of Arizona Archaeology (Volume 5, No. 1) is devoted to recent research into the archaeology of the Perry Mesa Region, with Will Russell as the guest editor. Members of the Arizona Archaeological Council may obtain their electronic copy of the Journal by accessing the Journal issues on this site. Subscribers to the paper format of the issue will receive their copies in January.

Non-members may purchase an issue of the Journal for $5 per electronic copy and $15 per paper format (includes postage and handling) by sending a request to Editor.jaza@gmail.com. Please specify the issue and number you wish to purchase. 

Volume 5, No. 1:

David R. Abbott and Andrew D. Lack

ASSESSING THE VERDE CONFEDERACY DEPLOYMENT TO PERRY MESA WITH CHEMICAL ANALYSES OF PHYLLITE-TEMPERED POTTERY

J. Scott Courtright

LAND TENURE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STONE CAMP COMMUNITY

Will G. Russell

UPHILL ALL THE WAY: DEDUCTIVE AND INDUCTIVE REASONING ON A LONELY HILLTOP SOMEWHERE IN ARIZONA

Will G. Russell

AN HISATSINOM PRESENCE ATOP PERRY MESA

Colleen Strawhacker

STONE ROBBING AS A MEASURE OF OCCUPATIONAL HISTORY: AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF ARCHITECTURAL VARIABILITY ON PERRY MESA

J. Scott Wood

ANTECEDENTS II: A PROGRESS REPORT ON THE ORIGINS OF THE PERRY MESA SETTLEMENT AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM



Glen E. Rice, General Editor

Editorial Staff of the Journal of Arizona Archaeology

   

General Editors

 

Glen E. Rice

M. Scott Thompson

   

Guest Editors

 

Will G. Russell

   

Editorial Panel

 

Erik Steinbach

Su Benaron

Todd W. Bostwick

J. Simon Bruder

Christopher P. Garraty

William M. Graves

Chris Loendorf

Douglas Mitchell

Alanna Ossa

Joshua Watts


Mission Statement

The Journal of Arizona Archaeology is a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the presentation of emerging ideas, new methods, and current research in Arizona archaeology. It endeavors to be a forum for the scholarly, yet simple communication of research and management related to Arizona's archaeological record. The journal is published twice a year by the Arizona Archaeological Council (AAC) in both electronic and paper formats. At least one issue per year is devoted to the theme of the AAC annual fall conference.  The remaining issues of the journal are intended for open submissions. Invited guest editors assist with the compilation of each issue.

 

Subscription

The journal is one benefit of membership in the AAC. Individual membership rates in the AAC are $30 per year and include a subscription to the electronic issue of the Journal. Members may order hard copy (paper) version of the Journal for an additional $10 per year. To apply for AAC membership, or to learn more about the mission of the AAC, please visit the AAC website: http://arizonaarchaeologicalcouncil.org. Membership must be paid in full in order to receive regular copies of the Journal of Arizona Archaeology. For inquiries about the Journal or to report a lost/damaged issue please send an e-mail to editor.jaza@gmail.com.  Members and non-members can purchase additional paper copies of the Journal for $15 per issue, which includes postage and handling. Non-members can purchase an electronic issue of the Journal for $5 per issue. 


Instructions for Authors

The format of all submitted papers should correspond to the SAA style guide, which can be accessed at this web address: http://saa.org/Portals/0/SAA%20Style%20Guide_Final_6-5-17.pdf. All manuscripts must be submitted as a MS Word document. All review (editorial and peer review) will be conducted electronically. Authors should be familiar with the "track changes" and "comments" functions of MS Word. Authors are encouraged to contact the editor with questions regarding the content or formatting of their manuscripts prior to submitting their papers. Authors should anticipate two to three months for review of their manuscripts. The editor will review each paper priorto peer review to determine if the manuscript meets content and formatting guidelines. If the paper meets these preliminary guidelines, the editor will send the manuscript out for peer review. The editor makes the final decision to accept a manuscript on the basis of his review as well as those of the peer referees. If a manuscript is accepted for publication, authors must submit images in at least 300 dpi. All permissions for photographs and figures are the responsibility of the author and must be obtained prior to publication.


Editorial Contact Information

Glen E. Rice
Email: editor.jaza@gmail.com

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