The Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology (JCAA) is a peer-reviewed, open access, electronic journal, featuring papers in all the disciplines related to digital archaeology, including but not limited to 3D modelling, spatial analysis, remote sensing, geophysics, field recording techniques, databases, semantic web, statistics, data mining, simulation modelling, network analysis and digital reconstructions of the past. The journal welcomes papers reporting original research, as well as papers that critically reflect on the use and impact of digital technologies in archaeology.
Special Issue: Spatial Computation in Archaeology and History
We welcome abstracts of 500 words for a special issue on Spatial Computation in Archaeology and History, edited by Maria Elena Castiello, Damase Mouralis, Julie Gravier, and Lucie Nahassia.
Abstract submissions are open until 1 July 2021.
For further information, and to submit, please read the full call here.
Posted on 08 Dec 2020
Call for Editorial Board Members
We are currently looking for new members of our Editorial Board, who are motivated to help increase the journal’s reach and impact, for a term of 3 years.
- promote JCAA within your field of expertise; you will be asked to actively solicit contributions from colleagues, to represent JCAA at academic conferences, and to spread notifications via social media and email
- help to evaluate incoming proposals for papers and Special Collections
- participate in the review process and copyediting of papers
- on occasion, advise the Editors on matters regarding the journal’s policies and procedures
- expertise in one or more subfields of computational archaeology, as evidenced through a completed PhD thesis
- at least 6 published peer-reviewed papers
- preferably, familiarity with the academic editorial process, e.g. through editing a peer-reviewed volume or having been on an Editorial Board before
If you are interested in helping to make our journal grow, diversify and increase its impact, you are encouraged to apply here. We aim to have maximum diversity in disciplinary subfields, geographical spread, seniority and gender. We are therefore especially encouraging applications from candidates from outside W Europe / N America, and from early career researchers.
Posted on 26 Jun 2020