Geoarchaeology after 25 years

Two things have slowed me down here lately - we're in Munich for the Spring semester as part of my sabbatical, and I have been making daily contributions on my earthquake blog (Shaking Earth) about Haiti. Anyway, one of these days one of my younger colleagues will help me out here.

In the meantime, a message from Geoarchaeology co-editor Gary Huckleberry:

Geoarchaeology: An International Journal (published by Wiley-Blackwell) is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a series of events in 2010. The first issue of 2010 is now online . It includes an editorial reviewing the origins of the journal and some recent  developments in geoarchaeology:

Better yet ..... all of the papers in the first issue are available as free downloads. Also, Jamie Woodward and I will soon be posting a Virtual Issue of 25 papers from the journal’s back catalog which will be free for downloading.

We encourage you to check out these and other new developments slated for the journal in 2010.

Gary Huckleberry
Co-Editor, Geoarchaeology: An International Journal
Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona