We are happy to consider contributions from anyone who has something to say, whether they are a graduate student or not. Just to start you thinking, here are some suggestions for the types of contributions we’re seeking:
Of course, we’re interested in thesis-derived work, provided that the length of the article does not exceed 5 000 words. All research articles submitted to assemblage are subject to a double-blind peer review.
Are you doing a TAG paper or other conference paper this summer? Why not write it up formally for us, too? The peer review process may give you valuable feedback on your work.
Do you disagree irreconcilably with someone in your department on an archaeological issue? Why not write together? Instead of pistols at 20 paces, try opposing essays of 2000 words each, and we’ll let the readers decide. (For that matter, if you would like to write together with someone with whom you agree, that’s fine too.)
We’ll happily take articles in the style of investigative journalism, on issues pertaining to archaeology and to graduate students. Political commentaries on archaeology- or education-related topics are welcome.
We accept reviews, not only of books, but also of museums and conferences – if it interests you enough to write a careful review of it, we’re interested too.
For formatting guidelines, see our Article Template PDF
assemblage is a journal first and foremost for graduate students, intended to provide writers with experience in the process of publishing academic work, present readers with stimulating material to consider and debate, and forge stronger ties within an increasingly fragmented graduate population. However, we do not allow this to compromise the quality of the research articles published, which are always subject to a double-blind peer review.
Our primary mandate is to include a range of material written by graduate students, and articles from established researchers on topics of interest to graduates. We also aim to disseminate information of general relevance and interest to those making their way through graduate degrees in archaeology and related subjects (particularly anthropology, geography, folklore, classics, and history). We hope that the production of the journal will be a learning process for all concerned.
assemblage is completely open access, and free for both authors submitting articles, and researchers accessing current and previous issues.
To be featured in our next issue of assemblage, submit conference reviews to email@example.com.
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The opportunity to submit a poster to the EAA conference 2017 opens on 31st January. The conference this year is held in Maastricht, Netherlands.
For more information on the conference, themes, and poster submission follow this link: http://www.eaa2017maastricht.nl/
CALL FOR PAPERS!
We are currently accepting submissions for our next issue. We encourage postgraduates and early career researchers to email articles between 3,000 and 5,000 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 April, 2016.
You can access previous issues and view submission guidelines at http://www.assemblage.group.shef.ac.uk/ . Please do not hesitate to email us with any questions.
We look forward to hearing from you soon,
The assemblage team
Celebrating our 20th year, we have an exciting new website alongside the new issue 14! Enjoy at your leisure.
Content will gradually be moved over from previous website, until then all previous articles, blog posts and features can still be accessed at the old website http://www.assemblage.group.shef.ac.uk/