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Shanti Morell-Hart, associate professor, anthropology, co-edits Archaeology of Food and Foodways

Archaeology of Food and Foodways is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that welcomes original research on any aspects of the archaeology of food.

Jan 28, 2022

 

Archaeology of Food and Foodways is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that welcomes original research on any aspects of the archaeology of food. The journal aims to be a home for archaeologists who, while specialists in particular regions, cultures or artifact types, are also broadly-informed and make use of other forms of material culture. By having a jour-nal focused on the archaeology of food, rather than food more generally, we have created a space where scholars can discuss their work and findings in considerable depth and detail. This is a space where the hard sciences, soft sciences and humanities can be presented side by side and easily enter into dialogue with one another.

Editors

Shanti Morell-Hart, McMaster University, Canada
Erica Rowan, Royal Holloway, United Kingdom
Shinya Shoda, Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Japan / University of York, United Kingdom

 

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