The Archaeological Journal
The Archaeological Journal is published annually. It presents the results of archaeological and architectural survey and fieldwork on sites and monuments of all periods as well as syntheses and overviews of such work in the British Isles.
The journal can be found in most university libraries as well as some local and regional libraries and is sent to all of our Ordinary members. If new libraries or institutions would like to stock the journal, please contact us.
Book reviews online
We are now publishing our popular book reviews online. Book reviews from Volume 169 (2012) and onwards are available as downloadable PDFs. New reviews will be subsequently uploaded in batches online, prior to publication in the Archaeological Journal.
Accessing the journal online
The first 120 years of our journals, from 1844 to 1963, are freely available for download on the Archaeology Data Service website.
The most recent nine years of our journals are also available. These are available to subscribing libraries and ordinary members for free through this website (please log-in at the top of the screen).
- Volume 161 (2004)
- Volume 162 (2005)
- Volume 163 (2006)
- Volume 164 (2007)
- Volume 165 (2008)
- Volume 166 (2009)
- Volume 167 (2010)
- Volume 168 (2011)
- Volume 169 (2012)
- Volume 170 (2013)
These journals are also available to non-members on a pay-per-view basis through the Council for British Archaeology's ArchLib website, which also features a full text search. Please see the journals online for further information on our digitisation projects.
We are always looking for new articles for the journal, and the editor would be delighted to receive submissions of high quality articles. Submissions should be sent to:
Professor Howard Williams
Editor, Archaeological Journal
Department of History & Archaeology
University of Chester
e-mail: editor [at] royalarchinst [dot] org
The extensive reviews section of the journal is highly regarded as providing current scholarly assessments of a wide range of publications of interest to the readership. Books for review should be sent to:
Dr Kate Waddington
Reviews Editor, Archaeological Journal
School of History, Welsh History & Archaeology
e-mail: rai [dot] reviews [at] gmail [dot] com
Summer Meeting Reports
The Institute publishes a report of its summer meeting each year. We hope to digitise back issues of these and make them available to our members shortly.