Workshop: ‘Let us submit papers to peer-reviewed international Journals!’
The editorial committee of Japanese Journal of Archaeology, the official English language journal of the Japanese Archaeological Association, is please to announce that we will hold a workshop ‘Let us submit papers to peer-reviewed international Journals!’ as a WAC-8 affiliated event, with kind permission and help from the Local Organising Committee of WAC-8 Kyoto 2016.
The workshop will be held at Rm. 316, Ryoshinkan Building, the Imadegawa Campus, Doshisha University (marked RY in: https://www.doshisha.ac.jp/attach/page/OFFICIAL-PAGE-JA-42/69771/file/campusmap_imadegawa.pdf) between 13:25 and 14:15 on Thursday, 1 September.
Those who would like to join the workshop should kindly notify to: email@example.com (att. Ms. Hotta).
Looking forward to meeting you soon!
Chief Editor, Japanese Journal of Archaeology
Japanese Journal of Archaeology
The Japanese Journal of Archaeology (hereinafter abbreviated ‘JJA’) is the English language journal of the Japanese Archaeological Association. JJA features open access, peer-reviewed original research and review articles written in English, primarily, but not exclusively, concerning 1) archaeological studies of the Japanese archipelago, and 2) archaeological studies of other regions relevant to the Japanese Archaeological Association. Contributors are not charged to publish in the journal.
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*This project is funded by ‘Grant-in Aid for Publication of Scientific Research Results’ of Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS)