An outlet for synthetic archaeological research

Scott Ortman

Science Advances, the open-access platform for publishing groundbreaking science through the American Association for the Advancement of Science, is interested in publishing papers emanating from collaborative synthesis among archaeologists and social scientists in other fields. Papers published in the journal are regularly covered by major news outlets, including the New York Times, Washington Post, and Science News. The editorial team for archaeology is especially interested in papers that bring anthropological and archaeological evidence to bear on patterns in human history and evolution, and on contemporary issues in the environment, health, and society. For more information, check out the editor spotlight here.