The Journal of Field Archaeology just celebrated its 40th anniversary by publishing a special issue that you can download here

The Journal of Field Archaeology just celebrated its 40th anniversary by publishing a special issue of the journal. In her editorial introducing the issue, JFA editor Christina Luke looks forward to consider the future of Field Archaeology. The authors in this issue cover a broad range of topics and areas, and together result in an issue that is unified by the theme that we must as field archaeologists think “broadly and conceptually across time and space.” Moreover, in this issue David Carballo and Brent Fortenberry have contributed an article on employing a comparative urban perspective at sites including Teotihuacan and Charlestown, NC. The entire issue is open access and can be downloaded here.

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