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WHERE TO PUBLISH ROCK ART?
Newsletter bringing together information on the discovery, recording and management of prehistoric carvings in Britain and Ireland. Aimed at researchers, heritage managers, and amateur enthusiasts. Includes information on current projects, volunteering opportunities, conferences, and publications.
President: Professor Emmanuel Anati
Editor-in-Chief: Lysa Hochroth, Ph.D.
A Quarterly published by Atelier.edit for the Commission on Intellectual
and Spiritual Expressions of Non-Literate Peoples (UISPP-CISENP).
A unique illustrated academic e-journal has grown out of the collaborative meeting of minds of prehistorians, historians, art history researchers, archaeologists, semioticians, linguists, psychoanalysts, neurologists, archaeologists and anthropologists working in different countries to decipher the meaning and value of the human footsteps. Interdisciplinary studies reveal deep connections between traces of the distant past and contemporary humans as seen in artistic creations, tribal practices, mental faculties, gestures and other intellectual and spiritual expressions for a new current of anthropological research: conceptual anthropology.
The journal is devoted to developing theory and methodology for the systematic and rigorous understanding of palaeoart and related phenomena. Emphasis is given to communication across the various disciplines related to the study of global rock art, and to synthesising related subjects around the journal’s focus: the surviving externalisations of early world views.
Contributions should be consistent with these general goals. Notes for contributors appear below. All articles submitted will be refereed by peer reviewers. While final responsibility for the acceptance or rejection rests with the editor, responsibility for opinions expressed or data introduced is always the authors’.
Selected manuscripts will be sent to commentators and their reviews may be published in order to promote scholarly debate, in which case the author will be invited to respond to these comments. In addition to articles reporting original research or review of significance, the submission of brief reports, conference reports, book reviews and bibliographical entries is also invited.
INORA - INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER ON ROCK ART
Editor: Dr. Jean Clottes
With 3 publications per year, in French and English, INORA presents an international forum on ancient rock art and associated areas of archaeology, paleaontology and anthropology.
Edited by Dr Jean Clottes, Former Director of the Chauvet Research Team, in association with the Ministère de la Culture and the Département de l’Ariège, the INORA International Newsletter On Rock Artnewsletter presents the latest discoveries of rock art from around the world. It provides a platform for discussion and debate of current theories and controversies. It examines past, present and future documentation and dating techniques, and their interpretation.
BOLLETTINO DEL CENTRO CAMUNO DI STUDI PREISTORICI, ITALY
The BOLLETTINO DEL CENTRO CAMUNO DI STUDI PREISTORICI is an international periodical of prehistoric and tribal art now at its 40th volume (the 41st is in preparation), testifies to the almost fifty years of progress in research and contains current articles, reports of research, reports of the Centre's activities and reports of recent discoveries all over the world. In 1982, UNESCO recognized this magazine as the official magazine on "The State of Research on Rock Art". From this moment on, each edition included a regional report on "The State of Research" in various parts of the world. The analytical indexes by geographical location, author, themes and contents of volumes 15 and 30 make the Bulletin a small encyclopedia that increases each year by a volume. Each text is published in a language chosen from Italian, French or English and is followed by a summary in the other two languages.