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Australasian Historical Archaeology is the annual journal produced by the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology. It is a leading journal for the publication of new research in the Historical Archaeology of Australia and New Zealand and elsewhere in the Pacific and Asia. It is the only journal on Historical Archaeology produced in Australian and New Zealand.
Papers submitted to the Editor will typically be sent to two independent referees. The Editor will undertake to ensure that both author and referee remain anonymous. The referee will be asked to provide comments on the scholarly quality of the content of the paper, and on its suitability for publication in AHA. If necessary, they will be asked to recommend revisions required to make the paper acceptable for publication. The Editor will then forward these comments to the author.
Once the author has addressed these comments, they will submit an electronic version of the final paper. This will be reviewed by the Editorial Assistant for stylistic consistency before the copy is type-set.
Authors will receive page proofs of their articles to check for errors and are asked to return the corrected proofs promptly. No substantive changes can be made at that time.
In lieu of offprints, authors will receive one free copy of the volume in which their paper appears.
The Style Guide can be downloaded here.
Dr Tracy Ireland
Director, Donald Horne Institute for Cultural Heritage
Faculty of Arts and Design
Univesrity of Canberra
Guest Editor 2010
Associate Professor Susan Lawrence
Humanities & Social Sciences,
La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria
Professor David Carment, School of Creative Arts and Humanities, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, NT
Dr Eleanor Casella, Senior Lecturer, School of Arts, Histories & Cultures, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Dr Sarah Colley, Senior Lecturer, Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW
Emeritus Professor Graham Connah, School of Archaeology & Anthropology, Australian National University, ACT
Dr Clayton Fredericksen, Heritage Division, Department of the Environment and Water Resources, Canberra, ACT
Dr Martin Gibbs, Senior Lecturer, Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW
Associate Professor Susan Lawrence, Senior Lecturer, School of Historical and European Studies, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria
Professor Tim Murray, Dean, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria
Dr Neville Ritchie, Waikato Conservancy, Department of Conservation, Hamilton, New Zealand