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The Journal of Arizona Archaeology, Volume 4 (No. 1), celebrates 50 Years of the NHPA in Arizona. The papers were initially delivered as part of the Arizona  Archaeological Conference in 2014 and Chris P. Garraty is the guest editor for the issue. To facilitate the review process the editorial panel has been increased to nine people, and now includes Su Benaron, Todd Bostwick, J. Simon Bruder, Chris Garraty, Billy Graves, Chris Loendorf, Doug Mitchell, Alanna Ossa and Josh Watts. The volume is available electronically on the AAC Website in the Member's Access section and the paper copy is scheduled to be published in early Spring of 2017. My thanks to the guest editor, the editorial panel and the authors of the papers for the contribution of their time and professional expertise in bringing the next issue of the Journal to press.

Glen E. Rice, General Editor

Editorial Staff of the Journal of Arizona Archaeology

   

General Editor

 

Glen E. Rice

   

Guest Editors

 

Chris Garraty and Glen Rice

   

Editorial Panel

 

Susan Benaron

Todd W. Bostwick

J. Simon Bruder

Chris Garraty

William M. Graves

Chris Loendorf

Doug Mitchell

Alanna Ossa
Josh 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). At least one issue per year is devoted to the theme of the AAC annual fall conference. The conference issue (or issues) is overseen by a guest editor. The remaining issues of the journal are intended for open submissions. The frequency of general submission issues is dependent on the number of appropriate manuscripts received throughout the year and the workload of the editorial staff. The journal is one benefit of membership in the AAC. Individual membership rates in the AAC are $30 per year. To apply for AAC membership, report a lost/damaged journal, 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. Members and non-members can purchase additional copies of the journal for $15 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://www.saa.org/Portals/0/SAA/Publications/StyleGuide/styleguide.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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