Browsing All posts tagged under »list of journals«

Some New Comments on Open Access and Archaeology and Shameless Self-promotion

December 11, 2011


This came from the Assemblage journal RSS feed- “…we’re bringing you a smorgasbord of features to tide you over for the festive season. We have a double State of the Arch update with two pieces on a similar theme. Patrcik Hadley discusses the issues surrouonding setting up Mesolithic┬áMiscellany and the world of open access journals, […]

Details on 22 Open Access Archaeology Publications

November 21, 2011


A few weeks ago I started a new blog open access archaeology- So far it has worked out pretty well, only minimal time and barely takes away from this blog. Here is quick recap of 22 open access publications that I have posted so far with links and brief overviews. You can find full details […]

Update on List of Open Access Archaeology Journals

June 19, 2011


I have updated my list of Open Access Archaeology Journals. It now includes journals in languages other than English. It also includes those journals that have rolling walls e.g. they do not make all articles available right away but after a few months or years. Furthermore, it includes some journals who have stopped publishing but […]

About Archaeology Journal Publishing IV

May 22, 2011


This posts is a short one. I have just put up a couple of graphs on increase of archaeology journals over the years.

About Archaeology Journal Publishing III

May 21, 2011


In my last post I talked about how archaeology journal publications put out by commercial units were between 300-600% more expensive than those put out by universities, organizations, and not-for-profits. This post will break down that information even further into the individual publishers and show that not all commercial publishers are equal.

About Archaeology Journal Publishing II

May 20, 2011


In the last post I discussed what these posts under the title About Archaeology Journal Publishing were about and broke down of the average cost of archaeology journals for both individuals and organizations. This post will look at how different publishers affect the price of journals.

The High Cost of Knowledge

May 18, 2011


Using the compiled list of journals I have created (full list here) I looked at the costs to subscribe to each publication. These costs range from those for individual subscriptions to journals to student or full memberships in the publication organizations (the only way to receive some publications). Also, varies ranges of subscription for organizations […]

Open access archaeology journals

May 8, 2011


Unless you are at a university, chances are you are can not get behind the pay wall of most archaeology journals to see the most recent research. Luckily, some people do publish their journals as open access or with a very small delay. I have gone through and found several of these journals, for archaeology. […]