This innovative journal is dedicated to the presentation, discussion and interpretation of the archaeological record of southern Scandinavia in its international, regional and local context. Providing a platform for publication and debate for professionals from the museum as well as the university sectors this journal is open for empirical, methodological and theoretical contributions covering all time periods and all kinds of archaeology with relevance for the Scandinavian, Baltic, and North Atlantic regions. In addition, the journal may publish articles of wider theoretical, discursive or global reach.
The Danish Journal of Archaeology includes original research articles, news and discoveries, and discussion pieces with the intention of fostering open debate about the archaeological record of southern Scandinavia in its broadest sense and the position of archaeology as a discipline in the modern world.
All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to single blind peer review by two or more independent, anonymous expert referees. Submission is only accepted through the online system via the journal webpage.