An International Journal of Archaeology in Turkey
Fabrizio Serra editore, Pisa · Roma
Direttore / Editor-in-Chief
: Marco Galli (Sapienza Università di Roma)
Co-Direttore / Co-Editor
: Tommaso Ismaelli (Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale, ISPC-Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, CNR)
Comitato scientifico / Scientific board
: Mustafa Adak (Akdeniz Üniversitesi, Antalya), Christof Berns (Universität Hamburg), Marcella Frangipane (Sapienza Università di Roma-Accademia dei Lincei, Roma), Musa Kadıoğlu (Ankara Üniversitesi), Celal Şimşek (Pamukkale Üniversitesi, Denizli), Ronald R. R. Smith (University of Oxford)
Comitato di redazione / Editorial board
: Francesca Balossi Restelli (Sapienza Università di Roma), Sara Bozza (Sapienza Università di Roma), Giacomo Casa (Sapienza Università di Roma)
«Asia Minor» is a new international journal dedicated to the archaeology of Turkey. The journal aims to provide a space for discussion on the many archaeological approaches to the multifaceted cultures of ancient Anatolia. Papers on the pre-classical cultures and the Greek colonial world, the Hellenistic kingdoms, the Roman empire and its transformation in the Byzantine era, up until the Seljuq conquest, are welcome. This approach serves to showcase all of the cultures that have unfolded across this extensive and highly variegated region, characterised by a dense network of connections between the Mediterranean, the Near East and Central Asia. Of great interest for the journal therefore are the signs of continuity, the dynamics of transformation, the interactions between the various regional and cultural entities that constitute the wealth of ancient Turkey. In this scenario, «Asia Minor» proposes to shed light on the composite and stratified nature of the Anatolian landscapes and the local communities.
«Asia Minor» welcomes papers on every aspect of archaeology and history: from the reconstruction of settlements and territories to the analysis of craft production, from figurative and architectural cultures to the description of social phenomena. In addition to the presentation of individual classes of artefact, close attention is paid to the results of important research projects, surveys and the discussion of individual archaeological contexts and monuments. Furthermore, the journal seeks to provide space for original work by young researchers.
«Asia Minor» offers space for the presentations of new volumes and monographs that link the themes dealt with to the broader framework of contemporary archaeology and critically discuss their results and methods. Once a year, based on anonymous peer-review, the journal publishes articles in the many languages of archaeology, considering multilingualism to be an essential aspect of the discipline.
Formato / Size
: cm 17x24
Periodicità / Frequency
: Annuale / Yearly
«Asia Minor» is an International Peer-Reviewed Journal.
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Codice etico / Ethic Code
Call for Papers
La rivista pubblica articoli sottoposti a procedura di "revisione tra pari" mediante procedimento cosiddetto "a doppio cieco" (double blind peer review). I revisori sono assolutamente indipendenti dagli autori e non affiliati alle medesime istituzioni.
The Journal publishes double blind peer reviewed articles. The reviewers are absolutely independent of the authors and not affiliated with the same institution.
Dettagli / Details
Abbonamenti / Subscriptions
Euro 50.00 (Privati Italia, cartaceo)
Euro 60.00 (Individuals Abroad, print)
Euro 90.00 (Enti Italia, cartaceo, incluso online tramite 1 indirizzo IP / Institutions Abroad, Print, online included by 1 IP address)
Euro 100.00 (Enti Italia, cartaceo, incluso online tramite IP (da 2 fino a 20 indirizzi) / Institutions Abroad, Print, online included by IP (from 2 till 20 addresses))
Euro 140.00 (Enti Italia, cartaceo, incluso online tramite IP (oltre 20 indirizzi) / Institutions Abroad, Print, online included by IP (more than 20 addresses))