Research at the ancient interface of the natural and social worlds
Archaeobiology is a peer-reviewed monograph series featuring research on biological remains from archaeological sites. Contributions are invited from all archaeological sub-disciplines that deal with the interpretation and analysis of human interaction with plants and animals throughout history and prehistory. While the series focuses on all aspects of zooarchaeology and paleoethnobotany, it also draws on human osteology, interaction with the landscape, ancient textiles, and archaeogenetics. The geographic scope of the series is global and cross-disciplinary topics are especially encouraged. Volumes may have one or multiple authors or may be edited collections of articles by different specialists working on related topics. The series also plans to offer a repository for digital materials that supplement and enrich the printed publications, such as images, spreadsheets and databases.
For information and guidelines on proposing a topic for the series please contact the series editors, Sarah Whitcher Kansa at email@example.com and Justin Lev-Tov at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christopher M. Götz and Kitty Emery, editors
October 2013 | Price | Paperback
Available in Spanish and English
No. 2: The Wide Lens in Archaeology: Honoring Brian Hesse's Contributions to Anthropological Archaeology
Justin Lev-Tov, Paula Wapnish, and Allan Gilbert, editors
not yet available
Zooarchaeology of the Metal Ages: Production, Specialization and Technology during the Copper Age, Bronze and Iron Ages of Europe, the Near East, and the Far East
Jane S. Gaastra and Haskel J. Greenfield, editors
not yet available
Instructions for Authors
Detailed instructions for authors and volume editors are available on the “For Authors” page of this website. Reference citations and abbreviations follow the conventions established by the Society for American Archaeology, available here. Refer in particular to §§3.4, 3.9, and in §3 to sections 3.3.2–3.3.6 and 3.3.9.