Journal of Conflict Archaeology

Journal of Conflict Archaeology

‌The Journal of Conflict Archaeology was co-founded and co-edited by Tony Pollard and Iain Banks in 2005. It remains the only journal dedicated to conflict archaeology. It is devoted to battlefield and military archaeology and other spheres of conflict archaeology, covering all periods with a worldwide scope. Additional fields of interest include the archaeology of industrial and popular protest, contested landscapes and monuments, nationalism and colonialism, class conflict, the origins of conflict, forensic applications in war-zones, and human rights cases. Now published by Taylor & Francis, all of the past volumes of the Journal are available online from their site.

Submissions and proposals for papers are always welcome. The editors can be contacted at editors-jca@glasgow.ac.uk, and material can be submitted to the Journal through the Taylor & Francis online portal or to the Journal's email account at jofcaeditors@gmail.com. Papers are peer-reviewed, and there are options for open access publishing through Taylor & Francis.