What is a Quipu? Google Search within Quipu (examples):
andean site:quipu.sdsu.edu
"museo de" site:quipu.sdsu.edu
News Opportunities Academe Language Tools Web Resources Country Profiles


Field Schools and Volunteer Programs

Career Development
Continuing Education
Writing the Resume/Letter/Curriculum Vitae
Job Postings
Funding and Grants
Writing the Proposal
Funding, Grants and Scholarship Postings
Writing the Article
Finding a Publisher

Field Schools and Volunteer Programs

Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin
Interactive map to search for fieldwork from Archaeological Institute of America.
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Centro Tinku (Cusco, Peru - Summers)
Includes Summer Spanish Classes - Learn Quechua and other Activities (Austral winter)
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Institute for Field Research (IFR) )
The Institute for Field Research (IFR) was created in March 2011 by a group of leading academics. Operating as an independent, nonprofit academic organization has allowed us to break down traditional institutional barriers and deliver field schools to students regardless of the university in which they matriculate. By working with leading scholars from academic institutions around the world, the IFR delivers evidence-based field science programs in a broad range of disciplines while ensuring excellence in research and teaching. Students are no longer limited to the expertise of faculty members at their home institution, and principal investigators can recruit the best students from around the world.
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Career Development

Continuing Education

Centro Tinku
offers an intensive summer quechua course in Cusco.
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Colegio Andino: Summer Courses in Quechua
Los cursos tienen como objetivo general desarrollar las habilidades lingüísticas y comunicativas de comprensión y expresión, tanto en el dominio oral como escrito.
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Archaeological Institute of America - Interest Groups
Interest groups bring together AIA members with shared interests in specific topics, usually regional or scholarly areas of study. Structurally, these groups operate more autonomously than AIA committees by allowing members to self-identify instead of being appointed by the AIA President.
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Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection
our programs award over 150 appointments annually in the expanded fields of Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian Studies. Residential fellowships for an academic year, semester, or summer are awarded in all three areas of study to scholars from around the world. In addition, Dumbarton Oaks offers one-month nonresidential awards to researchers and short-term predoctoral residencies to advanced graduate students. A program of project grants primarily supports archaeological research, as well as materials analysis and photographic surveys of objects and monuments. Summer schools and workshops bring together students for in-depth study of languages, material culture, and theory.
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Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (FAIC) Latin American Scholarships
Conservation professionals with a minimum of three years of experience and currently employed in the conservation field may apply. AIC membership is not required. Priority will be given to new applicants; and previous scholarship recipients may apply again.
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Gradschools.com - Archaeology Directory
Though not completely comprehensive, provides direct access to archaeology based departments/programs within listed institutions.
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University of California's President's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
was established in 1984 to encourage outstanding women and minority Ph.D recipients to pursue academic careers at the University of California. The current program offers postdoctoral research fellowships, professional development and faculty mentoring to outstanding scholars in all fields whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity at UC.

Writing the Résumé/Letter/Essay/Curriculum Vitae

is a self-sponsored site where our aim is to contribute to your better writing. We, the authors of the guide, Keith Adams and Patrick Saintsbury, have always wanted to create a student-oriented source for dealing with difficulties in writing.
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Résumé Writing Services
Tips for curriculum vitaes.
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Job Postings

American Anthropological Association (AAA)
Anthropology Jobs, Career Advice, and Resources
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Chronicle of Higher Education
Basic job search reference for academics. Use the Search Engine.
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Worldwide job posting service for positions connected to earth sciences and includes archaeology.
Visit: http://www.earthworks-jobs.com/archaeology.html

Museum Employment Resource Center (MERC)
Positions listed by US museum or institution.
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Smithsonian Institute Vacancy Listing
Extensive list of any and all positions available.
Visit: http://www.sihr.si.edu/jobs.cfm

Society for American Archaeology
Job announcements listed by date of posting.
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Funding and Grants

Writing the Proposal

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Grant Proposals (or Give me the money!) A rather entertaining tutorial on grant writing with useful tips. Many universities provide this service so Google "How to write a grant proposal".
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Funding (Scholarships and Awards) and Grant Postings

Denver Art Museum: Mayer Center Fellowship
The Mayer Center Fellow Program at the Denver Art Museum is designed to support scholarly research related to the museum’s collections of Art of the Ancient Americas and Latin American Art to provide curatorial experience to art historians. The fellow works on research projects related to the permanent collection. Specific projects will be developed in collaboration with the Frederick and Jan Mayer Curator of Art of the Ancient Americas or Latin American Art.
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Amazon Conservation Association
Amazon Conservation works directly with university and community college professors and study-abroad programs to support them in hosting field courses at our three conservation hubs in Peru.
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American Alliance of Museums
A networking hub of museum career advancement.
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American Association for the Advancement of Science
To recognize scientists, engineers, authors, journalists, and public servants for significant contributions to science and the public’s understanding of science, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) sponsors a wide range of awards and prizes.
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American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational Foundation
Since 1888, AAUW has been one of the largest funders of women’s graduate education, investing in women who go on to change the world.
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American Council of Learned Societies
Supports postdoctoral research in the humanities and social sciences, including archaeology.
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American Philosophical Society
Maintains fifteen grant or fellowship programs in a wide range of fields. Our Blumberg Grants in Astrobiology, Franklin Research Grant, Lewis and Clark Fund, Lewis and Clark Fund in Astrobiology, Library David Center Fellowship, Library Digital Humanities Fellowship, Library Digital Knowledge Sharing Fellowship, Library Short-Term Fellowship, Library NASI Undergraduate Internship, and Phillips Fund for Native American Research programs award small amounts ($1,000 to $6,000) for modest research purposes. Our Daland Fellowship in Clinical Investigation, John Hope Franklin Dissertation Fellowship, Library Long-Term Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Library Long-Term Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, and Mellon Curatorial Post-Doctoral Fellowship programs award much larger amounts ($28,000 to $60,000) in highly selective competitions.
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Archaeological Institute of America's Site Preservation Grant Program,
The AIA’s mission includes supporting and promoting archaeological research and its dissemination. To that end, the AIA offers a variety of scholarships, fellowships, and grants for excavation, research, publication, and site preservation. Scroll down for a list of our grants, application requirements, and deadlines.
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Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
CASBS @ Stanford brings together deep thinkers from diverse disciplines and communities to advance understanding of the full range of human beliefs, behaviors, interactions, and institutions. A leading incubator of human-centered knowledge, CASBS facilitates collaborations across academia, policy, industry, civil society, and government to collectively design a better future.
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Council of American Overseas Research Centers
Founded in 1981, the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) is a private nonprofit federation of independent overseas research centers (ORCs) that promotes advanced research, particularly in the humanities and social sciences, with a focus on the conservation and recording of cultural heritage and the understanding and interpretation of modern societies.
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Dumbarton Oaks
Programs award over 150 appointments annually in the expanded fields of Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian Studies. Residential fellowships for an academic year, semester, or summer are awarded in all three areas of study to scholars from around the world. In addition, Dumbarton Oaks offers one-month nonresidential awards to researchers and short-term predoctoral residencies to advanced graduate students. A program of project grants primarily supports archaeological research, as well as materials analysis and photographic surveys of objects and monuments. Summer schools and workshops bring together students for in-depth study of languages, material culture, and theory.
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Support research projects that produce rigorous, relevant, and impactful science, address global change, and actively involve citizen-scientist participants. Earthwatch funding is intended to be supplemental to other sources of funding. Annual budgets for projects with long-duration teams range between US $20,000–$80,000, with most of that covering volunteer and staff expenses while in the field.
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Fulbright Foreign Student Program
enables graduate students, young professionals, and artists from abroad to research and study in the United States for one year or longer at U.S. universities or other appropriate institutions.
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Fulbright-Hays Program
supports research and training efforts overseas, which focus on non-Western foreign languages and area studies.
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Getty Grant Program
The majority of the Getty Foundation's grants for institutions and organizations are awarded through special initiatives focused on a specific issue or region. In a number of cases, applications are by invitation rather than through open competition.
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Guggenheim Museum Internships and Academic Programs
provides practical training to current undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing careers in the arts and museum fields.
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Institute for Field Research annual Scholarships Available
Through scholarships and mentorship, IFR continues to work toward our goal of improving access to field research training opportunities and promoting equity and diversity in the field sciences. Learn more about our Vera R. Campbell Promise Scholarship. In addition, we provide links to funding search engines and to grants and scholarships available to students from external organizations.
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Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos (IFEA)
ofrece becas de apoyo a la investigación por un periodo de un año a partir del 1ero de enero. Estas becas están dirigidas a bolivianos, colombianos, ecuatorianos y peruanos, quienes realizarán su investigación en uno de los cuatro países correspondiente a las actividades del IFEA. Los becarios deberán residir en uno de ellos durante el periodo de dicha beca.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art (FELLOWSHIPS - INTERNSHIPS)
The Museum offers internship opportunities for college and graduate students interested in careers in art museums, as well as New York City–area high school students.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art also offers fellowships in art history and conservation annually.
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National Geographic Society
The recipients of these grants, who we call National Geographic Explorers, are a diverse community of changemakers from around the world working to support our mission to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world. Our Explorers are people of all walks of life from all over the world. They don’t just venture to the tops of mountains or the bottom of the ocean. They’re also in the lab diving deep into the microscopic world, in their local communities capturing the stories of a fishing village, or in the classroom sharing their discoveries with the next generation.
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National Science Foundation
The Archaeology Program provides support for anthropologically relevant archaeological research at both a "senior" and doctoral dissertation level. It also funds anthropologically significant archaeometric research high risk exploratory research projects.
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Doctoral Dissertation
Supports doctoral laboratory and field research on archaeologically relevant topics, with the goal of increasing anthropologically focused understanding of the past.
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Archaeology Program Senior Research
Supports archaeological laboratory and field research with the goal of understanding the processes that have shaped past behavior in humans and their fossil relatives.
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Supports the development and refinement of techniques and the provision of laboratory services to analyze archaeological specimens and the development of basic infrastructure for archaeological research.
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Sainsbury Research Unit
Offers two residential stipendiary fellowships are again offered annually by the SRU for scholars who have completed a doctorate (or appropriate final degree) and who are undertaking research for publication in the arts of Africa, Oceania or the Americas. Advanced doctoral candidates may be considered in some circumstances. Applications are welcome from scholars, UK or overseas, in such fields as anthropology, art history, archaeology, history and related disciplines.
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Social Science Research Council Opportunities
Since 1923, the SSRC has awarded more than fifteen thousand fellowships to researchers around the globe. Council fellowship programs are strategic – they target specific problems, promote individual and institutional change, and expand networks.
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Society for American Archaeology
Through its scholarship programs, SAA works to increase diversity in the field of archaeology, support the future of the field, and help today’s students become tomorrow’s archaeologists .
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U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP), Peru
Eligible Applicants: Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education Eligibility is limited to reputable not-for-profit organizations, museums, ministries of culture, or similar institutions and organizations in Peru, including U.S.-based organizations subject to Section 501(c)(3) of the tax code, that are registered and active in SAM.gov and able to demonstrate that they have the requisite experience and capacity to manage projects to preserve cultural heritage in Peru. Applicants should be able to receive support from the U.S. Government and AFCP grants in accordance with AFCP program policies.
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Wenner-Gren Foundation: Supporting Anthropology Worldwide
Fellowship in Peer Review is a two-year paid fellowship. The Fellow will play a pivotal role in helping Wenner-Gren in advancing its mission. The Foundation receives around 1,500 applications per year. To assist with our review process, we maintain a pool of some 60 reviewers from institutions across the world. Fellow will assist the Foundation in supporting our applicants and identifying the most exciting, innovative projects to fund. The Fellow will take part in identifying and recruiting reviewers, vetting feedback, and tracking trends in the research Wenner-Gren supports.
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World Monuments Fund/Watch
undertakes conservation, documentation, surveys, fieldwork, research, training, strategic planning, fundraising, and advocacy. Activities eligible for financial assistance from the World Monuments Watch include planning, emergency stabilization, technical assistance, educational programs, interpretive schemes, and conservation work. Activities not eligible for WMW grants include archaeological investigation, major site reconstruction, construction of new facilities, and organizational costs.
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Writing the Article

Society for American Archaeology Style Guide
Detailed description of authoring an article for submission to the journal.
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Finding a Publisher: direct links to author instructions (normas)

AIKE Biblioteca Digital de la Patagonia
El portal es de acceso libre y alberga una variedad de objetos digitales incluyendo documentos patrimoniales, periódicos, libros, revistas, fotografías históricas y videos. Es una biblioteca que tiene material de arqueología, etnografía, historia, antropología social, paleoambiente, biología, etc. principalmente de Patagonia pero también incluye la zona sur de Los Andes. Se hizo un gran esfuerzo de digitalización de material y la biblioteca es de acceso abierto. Entre las revistas especializadas están los trabajos de Anales del Instituto de la Patagonia y Magallania. El buscador general accede a todas las categorías y colecciones. [note: browsing feature is very useful. Visit: href="http://www.bibliotecadigital.umag.cl/browse?type=subject"> browse all of DSpace to start ]
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American Anthropological Association
With more than 20 titles published in print and online, AAA is the largest single publisher of anthropological journals.
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American Journal of Archaeology
journal of the Archaeological Institute of America, was founded in 1885 and is one of the world’s most distinguished and widely distributed peer-reviewed archaeological journals. The AJA reaches more than 40 countries and approximately 700 universities, learned societies, departments of antiquities, and museums.
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Ancient America
Ancient America is a peer-reviewed monograph series dedicated to the publication of original papers on the art and iconography of ancient Native American cultures of the Western hemisphere, thus including North America, Mesoamerica, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America. Ancient America is published by the Center for Ancient American Studies on an irregular basis.
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Andean Past
A peer-reviewed, open-access, green route, numbered publication series dedicated to research in the archaeology and ethnohistory of western South America. However, short research reports, obituaries, and autobiographies are subject to editorial review only. Although Andean Past focuses on precolumbian times, it includes articles on the colonial period that enhance understanding of indigenous cultures before 1492.
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Anti: Centro de Investigaciones Precolombinas
Este volumen de la Revista Anti reúne trabajos presentados en el XIII Coloquio Binacional Argentino – Peruano, llevado a cabo en la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. El interés por los cambios educativos que programa esta jurisdicción, los dilemas que plantea la calidad de la escuela y la incertidumbre sobre el futuro de las ciencias y la cultura estuvieron en el centro de los debates de este evento científico.
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ANTIQUITY: A Review of World Archaeology
an international, peer-reviewed journal of world archaeology. The journal is published six times per year, in February, April, June, August, October and December. It has a global readership of archaeology professionals and the wider community; submissions should therefore emphasise the broader relevance of findings and present these in a concise and accessible format.
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Antropología: Cuadernos de Investigación
una publicación de la Escuela de Antropología de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador. Se inició como una publicación periódica en el año 1983 y hasta el año 2008 se publicaron siete números. En el año 2009 se reinicia su publicación con el formato actual y desde el año 2014 se convierte en una publicación semestral. Su estructura editorial incluye las secciones: Presentación, Tema, Propuestas, Documentos y Testimonios, Etnografías, Notas Científicas y Académicas, Obituarios y Reseñas de libros.
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Archaeology Magazine (magazine of the Archaeological Institute of America)
Archaeological Institute of America's more popular publication covering worldwide events to the general audience. A chance to write in a more lucid, less technical format.
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Arqueología Iberoamericana
a peer-reviewed international scientific journal devoted to the archaeological study of prehistoric, protohistoric, ancient and historical societies of Latin America, the Iberian Peninsula and the Philippines, whose primary objective is to serve the research community with the highest quality and speed and non-profit one.
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Arqueología Suramericana / Arqueologia Sul-Americana
tiene por objeto promover la producción y difusión de la arqueología y disciplinas afines en América del Sur, haciendo hincapié en una perspectiva crítica que permita un diálogo con las representaciones sobre el pasado que han sido tradicionalmente marginadas de los espacios académicos. Contributions can be sent to the following account: mailto:arqueologiasuramericana@yahoo.com.
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Arqueología y sociedad
una publicación científica arbitrada editada por el Museo de Arqueología y Antropología de la Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos que se publica semestralmente (julio y diciembre). La revista publica artículos completos, originales e inéditos que contribuyan al conocimiento científico en temas de la Arqueología, relacionados al ámbito peruano, latinoamericano y mundial.
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Association of American University Presses
A first step in finding a publisher for your scholarly monograph or other book is learning which scholarly presses publish in your field of research. So our first recommendation is always to browse your own citations, and start researching the publishers you see there. Also, if there are specific books and authors that you believe are comparable or similar to your manuscript, check to see if specific editors are thanked in their acknowledgments.
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Boletín Antropológico. Centro de Investigaciones Etnológicas Museo Arqueológico
Editado desde 1982, el Boletín Antropológico es una revista cuatrimestral, arbitrada e indizada; es publicada por el Museo Arqueológico “Gonzalo Rincón Gutiérrez” y el Grupo de Investigaciones Antropológicas y Lingüísticas de la Universidad de Los Andes. Su objetivo principal –en un país donde circula poca información antropológica– es propiciar el diálogo e intercambio entre las instituciones e investigadores/as dedicados/as a la investigación antropológica en el ámbito nacional e internacional.
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Boletín de Antropología
Durante todo el año, el Boletín de Antropología recibe contribuciones en las que se presentan artículos resultados derivados de proyectos de investigación científica, artículos de reflexión, artículos de revisión, artículos cortos de investigación, reportes de caso, revisiones de tema y ensayos, documentos todos sometidos a un riguroso dictamen de doble par ciego por parte de expertos académicos, en su mayoría externos a la Universidad de Antioquia. También se reciben traducciones, debates, ensayos visuales, reseñas bibliográficas y cartas al editor.
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Boletín de Arqueología
la revista de la Especialidad de Arqueología del Departamento de Humanidades de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP). Se inicia en 1997, como parte de la necesidad de contar con un foro de diálogo entre los arqueólogos nacionales, así como entre ellos y sus colegas extranjeros.
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Boletín de la Sociedad Chilena de Arqueología, Chile
El Boletín de la Sociedad Chilena de Arqueología estrena una nueva página web. En su sección de Archivos podrán revisar y descargar todos los números anteriores del Boletín, desde el primero en 1984 hasta último de 2017. El nuevo soporte permite buscar artículos por año, número, autor, título, palabra clave y tema.
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Boletín de la Sociedad de Investigación del Arte Rupestre de Bolivia.
Open recent Boletín and scan to last page.
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Boletín del Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino
una revista científica internacional indexada, publicada en forma continua con empaquetamiento semestral en formato digital. Fundada en 1985, es un espacio de encuentro donde, a partir del núcleo del arte y simbolismo precolombino, la arqueología y la antropología, confluyen y dialogan especialistas de las ciencias sociales, el arte, la historia y las humanidades.
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Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Etudes Andines
Le Bulletin de L'IFEA une revue pluridisciplinaire qui publie trois fois par an et qui présent des articles inédits en sciences sociales et humaines sur les pays andins : Bolivie, Colombie, Équateur et Pérou, principalement. Il s’adresse à un public spécialisé dans chaque sujet, mais aussi à un public plus large intéressé par la zone andine.
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Cambridge Archaeological Journal
Focus on cognitive abilities reflected in religion, iconography, etc., in early societies.
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Chungara: Revista de Antropología Chilena
Publicada por la Universidad de Tarapacá, Arica, Chile, se edita en un volumen con dos números al año en el campo de la Antropología andina.
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Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press
Dedicated to the timely preparation of reasonably priced volumes that emphasize primary research data and its interpretation, we offer a variety of incentives to authors and volume editors including a Cotsen Digital Archaeology series.
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Current Anthropology
Established more than sixty years ago, the leading broad-based journal in the field. It seeks to publish the best theoretical and empirical research across all subfields of the discipline, ranging from the origins of the human species to the interpretation of the complexities of modern life.

Diálogo Andino, Revista de Historia, Geografía y Cultura Andina
Del Departamento de Ciencias Históricas y Geográficas (DCHyG) de la Universidad de Tarapacá, una publicación que tiene como objetivo difundir artículos originales y resultados de investigaciones especializadas en los campos de la Historia, la Etnohistoria, la Interculturalidad o disciplinas afines de las Humanidades y de las Ciencias Sociales que aborden aspectos circunscritos al área geocultural de los Andes o de otros contextos regionales y socioculturales. Dichos artículos permitirán el análisis de procesos locales, la problematización y realización de comparaciones teóricas y metodológicas que enriquezcan el debate científico, generado tanto por investigadores nacionales o extranjeros.
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Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
an on-line, peer-reviewed journal which publishes innovative research, applications and projects related to digital technologies in archaeology and cultural heritage. Scholars can publish 3D digital models of the world's cultural heritage sites, monuments, and palaeoanthropological remains, accompanied by associated academic articles.
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Estudios Atacameños,
Publicada por el Instituto de Investigaciones Arqueológicas y Museo de la Universidad Católica del Norte, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. Fue creada el año 1973 por el R.P. Gustavo Le Paige s.j., manteniendo desde entonces continuidad en su publicación. Recibe contribuciones originales e inéditas de investigaciones científicas sobre temas de arqueología, antropología social, historia y bioantropología de la región suramericana. Se aceptan contribuciones en español y en inglés
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We no longer publish Fieldiana, and we only have a few remaining volumes in back stock. Please email jhense@fieldmuseum.org to inquire about availability.
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is aimed to integrate the scientists developing different methods of absolute chronology and using them in different fields of earth and other natural sciences and archaeology. Starting from Volume 26 it will be published in electronic form.
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H-ART Revista de historia, teoría y crítica de arte
H-ART Revista de historia, teoría y crítica de arte es una publicación arbitrada creada en 2016 financiada por el Departamento de Historia del Arte y la Facultad de Artes y Humanidades de la Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia).
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International Journal of Paleopathology
will publish original and significant articles on human and animal (including hominids) disease, based upon the study of physical remains, including osseous, dental, and preserved soft tissues at a range of methodological levels, from direct observation to molecular, chemical, histological and radiographic analysis. Discussion of ways in which these methods can be applied to the reconstruction of health, disease and life histories in the past is central to the discipline, so the journal would also encourage papers covering interpretive and theoretical issues, and those that place the study of disease at the centre of a bioarchaeological or biocultural approach.
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International Journal of South American Archaeology - IJSA (ISSN 2011-0626)
publishes original articles (Peer Review Process) on the archaeology and prehispanic history of South America, including topics such as environmental archaeology, sociocultural archaeology, prehispanic art, sociocultural diversity, bioarchaeology, contemporary peoples and their archaeological remains. Papers may also address general theoretical and methodological issues relevant to archaeology, especially in South America.
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Internet Archaeology
is the premier open access archaeology journal. The journal publishes quality academic content and explores the potential of digital publication through the inclusion of data, video, audio, images, visualisations, animations and interactive mapping. Internet Archaeology is international in scope - a journal without borders - and all content is peer-reviewed. Internet Archaeology is hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York and digitally archived by the Archaeology Data Service.
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Journal de la Société des Américanistes
choisi le portail de ressources électroniques en sciences humaines et sociales OpenEdition pour mettre en ligne ses numéros postérieurs à l’année 2000, tout en conservant son édition papier. Les numéros sont intégralement disponibles en libre accès dès leur parution. Tous les numéros antérieurs (années 1895 à 2000) sont consultables en texte intégral sur Persée ainsi que sur Jstor.
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Journal of Anthropological Archaeology
An innovative, international publication, devoted to the development of theory and, in a broad sense, methodology for the systematic and rigorous understanding of the organization, operation, and evolution of human societies.
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Journal of Archaeological Science
aimed at archaeologists and scientists with particular interests in advancing the development and application of scientific techniques and methodologies to all areas of archaeology. This established monthly journal publishes focus articles, original research papers and major review articles, of wide archaeological significance.
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Journal of Cultural Heritage
a multidisciplinary journal of science and technology for studying problems concerning the conservation and awareness of cultural heritage in a wide framework.
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Journal of Field Archaeology
for professionals concerned with the interpretation of the archaeological record around the world. In addition to articles containing analyses of archaeological data from excavations, surveys, and laboratory research, the JFA publishes articles about archaeological heritage and ethics and the history of archaeology, technical and methodological studies.
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Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology
aimed at archaeologists and other scientists with interests in the archaeology and historical ecology of islands and other coastal settings...including broad syntheses of particular islands or coastal regions around the world, major methodological and theoretical advances in the study of island and coastal societies, and the historical ecology and human impacts of island and coastal ecosystems around the world.
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Latin American Research Review (LARR): The Journal of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
publishes original research and review essays on Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latina/Latino studies. LARR covers the social sciences and the humanities, including the fields of anthropology, economics, history, literature and cultural studies, political science, and sociology.
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Ñawpa Pacha
established in 1963 by John Howland Rowe, founder of the Institute of Andean Studies. The name Ñawpa Pacha means "antiquity" in Quechua, the Inca language. It is published in two issues per annual volume, in June and December.

Nuevos Aportes: Revista Arqueología Boliviana
Creada con el objetivo de promover y difundir la producción de investigaciones sobre arqueología boliviana, principalmente de arqueólogos nacionales. Consolidar un espacio de dialogo interdisciplinario respecto del pasado tanto con la comunidad arqueológica internacional como con estudiantes e investigadores nacionales.

the international journal of record for technical and interpretive articles and date lists relevant to 14C and other radioisotopes and techniques used in archaeological, geophysical, oceanographic, and related dating. Since it was founded in 1959 Radiocarbon has published many seminal works and is typically the venue for the triennial International Radiocarbon Conference proceedings. The journal also publishes occasional special issues.
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Revista Chilena de Antropología
La Revista Chilena de Antropología es una revista internacional arbitrada por pares académicos que se publica dos veces al año (Julio y Diciembre) y que recibe manuscritos inéditos en español o inglés. Su objetivo es difundir y discutir la investigación en las diferentes ramas de la Antropología, con el fin de comprender los múltiples aspectos de las realidades sociales y culturales de Latinoamérica y el Caribe.
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Revista de Arqueología Boliviana
Arqueobolivia: Creada con el objetivo de promover y difundir la producción de investigaciones sobre arqueología boliviana, principalmente de arqueólogos nacionales. Consolidar un espacio de dialogo interdisciplinario respecto del pasado tanto con la comunidad arqueológica internacional como con estudiantes e investigadores nacionales.
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Revista Evidencia Ancestral (Ecuador)
reune artículos de arqueólogos e historiadores ecuatorianos que se dieron cita este año y ya está lista su respectiva publicación.
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Revista Perspectivas Latinoamericanas (MAY HAVE ENDED)
publicación del Centro para Estudios de America Latina, de la Universidad de Nanzan, Nagoya, Japón. Publicar artículos inéditos sobre temas latinoamericanos en general y, en particular, sobre humanidades y ciencias sociales (Historia, Antropología, Pedagogía, Economía, Literatura, Filosofía, Política, Arqueología, Lingüística, Etnohistoria, etc.).
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Sociedad de Investigación del Arte Rupestre de Bolivia (SIARB)
Main objectives are: investigation and recording of rock paintings and petroglyphs, protection and conservation of rock art sites, as well as publication of scientific reports and education of the general public. Publishes an annual international journal, Boletín (registered in Latindex), and the series Contribuciones al Estudio del Arte Rupestre Sudamericano. Contact: Matthias Strecker .
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Society for American Archaeology - Publications
The SAA produces a number of high-quality publications such as our quarterly journals, published in partnership with Cambridge University Press, as well as our magazine and the books published by The SAA Press. SAA publications provide a key service and benefit to SAA members as well as the general public. Latin American Antiquity publishes original papers on the archaeology, ethnohistory, and art history of Latin America and the Caribbean and all regions in the continental New World that are south of the current U.S.-Mexico border. The journal publishes ARTICLES, REPORTS, and COMMENTS in method and theory, field research, and analysis that use a Latin American database as defined above.
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Un Mundo de Flores – Arqueologia Musical de las Americas
The bilingual series will raise the study of ancient music and music-related activities of the pre-Columbian Americas to the next level. For the first time, a book series featuring scientific investigations in this fascinating inter- and crossdisciplinary field, will be available. The series will encompass peer-reviewed studies by renowned scholars on both past and living music traditions from South, Central and North America, and thus constitute a platform for the most up-to-date information on the music archaeology of the continent.
Contact: Arnd Adje Both .
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Center for Comparative Archaeology (University of Pittsburgh, Department of Anthropology)
publishes primary reports on archaeological research in Latin America and distributes hard-to-find books and journals on archaeology published in Latin America and elsewhere. Three series of volumes are published: Publications in Comparative Archaeology, Memoirs in Latin American Archaeology, Latin American Archaeology Reports, and Arqueología de México. Also encourages international scholarly dialogue through distributing publications on archaeology of Latin America - a list of 'Other Publishers' is represented.
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University Presses, Association of American
Directory provides list of possible presses. Site also provides a useful "Resources" page to links to helpful guides for publishing scholarly research.
For more information contact: http://aaupnet.org/membership/directory.html

World Archaeology
only journal established specifically to deal with archaeology on a world-wide multiperiod basis. Thirty years after it was founded it remains the leader in its field. The first three of the year's quarterly issues are each dedicated to a particular theme of current interest. The fourth issue, Debates in World Archaeology, is a forum for debate, discussion and comment.
For more information contact: World Archaeology

Web Journal on Cultural Patrimony
is a multi-disciplinary, international academic journal, focusing on the protection, conservation, valorization and study of international material as well as immaterial, cultural patrimony.
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Last Updated: April 24, 2023 Contact: Dr. Patricia Knobloch, huarpa@cox.net