Danish Journal of Archaeology is full Open Access from 2019
The editorial board of Danish Journal of Archaeology is pleased to announce that we have decided to join the Open Access journal platform here at https://tidsskrift.dk, hosted by The Royal Danish Library effective from 2019.
Since the old Journal of Danish Archaeology was revitalised as Danish Journal of Archaeology in 2012, the journal has been published by Taylor and Francis Group. The journal has experienced a growing success and since 2015, it has been rated among the highest-ranking international journals (Level 2) on the Danish Bibliometrical Research Indicator.
The primary effect for readers of Danish Journal of Archaeology will be that no payment will be required to access the published articles from 2019, vol. 8, onwards.
The current issue as well as all back issues will still be available at the website of Taylor & Francis at https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rdja20
Mette Svart Kristiansen, Rune Iversen, Lasse Sørensen and Thomas Grane
The Danish Journal of Archaeology is financially supported by:
Elisabeth Munksgaard Fonden
Independent Research Fund Denmark