ANNOUNCING A NEW JOURNAL: Archaeology of Food and Foodways
This new journal will begin publication in 2020. Submissions are now invited for the first issue due to be published June 2020.
The official website is in production and will go live shortly; in the meantime, potential contributors interested in knowing more or wishing to submit an article are welcome to contact the editors at AFFeditors@equinoxpub.com
Shanti Morell-Hart, McMaster University, Canada
Erica Rowan, Royal Holloway, United Kingdom
Shinya Shoda, Nara National Research Institute for
Cultural Properties, Japan
Mary Beaudry, Boston University, United States; Dmitri Beliaev, Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia; Peter Bellwood, Australian National University, Australia; Brian Boyd, Columbia University, United States; Tamara Bray, Wayne State University, United States; Oliver Craig, University of York, United Kingdom; Gary Crawford, University of Toronto, Canada; Alison Crowther, University of Queensland, Australia; Jade d’Alpoim Guedes, University of California San Diego, United States; Catherine D’Andrea, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Michelle Eusebio, University of the Phillipines, Phillipines; Liam Frink, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States; Dorian Fuller, University College London, United Kingdom; Yannis Hamilakis, Brown University, United States; Christine Hastorf, University of California Berkeley, United States; Xinyi, Liu, Washington University in St. Louis, United States; Michael MacKinnon, University of Winnipeg, Canada; Meriel McClatchie, University College Dublin, Ireland; Barbara Mills, University of Arizona, United States; Jacob Morales-Mateos, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain; Eduardo Neves, University of São Paulo, Brazil; Yan Pan, Fudan University, China; Debbie Pearsall, University of Missouri, United States; Guido Pezzarossi, Syracuse University, United States; Paul Reynolds, University of Barcelona, Spain; Krish Seetah, Stanford University, United States; Manabu Uetsuki, Hirosaki University, Japan; Joanita Vroom, Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University, Netherlands; Lori Wright, Texas A&M University, United States
Journal Aims and Objectives
Archaeology of Food and Foodways is an international refereed journal showcasing original scholarly work on the relationship between human sustenance and society. This publication foregrounds the dynamics between food and culture, food and environment, and shifts in foodways over time, covering time periods from prehistory through the 19th century. We encourage the submission of original work by archaeologists, historians, Classicists, and other scholars who address methodologies, theories, historical trajectories, cross-cultural comparisons, and controversies surrounding material culture and past foodways. We also encourage the submission of work by scholars and other specialists who have applied archaeological findings to such domains as public policy, culinary arts, and dietary regimes.
We welcome submissions that make use of any form of material culture or scientific methodologies. Papers of a more theoretical nature or with a methodological focus will also be considered as long as they have an archaeological basis; they may elucidate experimental archaeological or ethnoarchaeological work if applied to a specific archaeological problem. Submissions may have any geographical focus. AFF does not publish short notes, descriptive excavation reports, or limited artifact studies. At this time AFF also does not publish book reviews. The types of articles sought are:
Research Articles submissions may include up to 8 images and should include 6,000-12,000 words of text, excluding bibliography, abstracts, and photo captions.
We publish submissions of original work by scholars addressing theoretical convergences, historical trajectories, paradigmatic shifts, broad crosscultural comparisons, and debates in foodways scholarship. As with Research Article submissions, these contributions should address approaches to foodways in time periods from prehistory through the end of the 19th century. They may include up to 8 images and should include 6,000-12,000 words of text, excluding bibliography, abstracts, and photo captions.
Applied Articles We also encourage the submission of work by scholars and other specialists who have applied archaeological findings to such domains as public policy, culinary arts, tourism industries, food revitalization projects, religious practice, and dietary regimes. Applied Articles may include up to 8 images and should include 4,000-10,000 words of text, excluding bibliography, abstracts, and photo captions.
Photo Essays We publish photo essays that document experimental archaeology, ethnoarchaeology, and applied ethnography to enhance understandings of foodways in the past or demonstrate applied techniques formulated through archaeological research. Photo Essay submissions may include up to 20 color or black and white images, and should include 2,000-3,000 words of text, excluding bibliography, abstracts, and photo captions.
Thematic Issues We welcome invitations to publish thematic issues of the journal. Special issues or special clusters within the usual journal format will focus on a particular thematic interest, and include 3-7 articles in total. These articles must follow the submission guidelines above for Research Articles, Applied Articles, and Photo Essays. Thematic organizers interested in this type of submission must approach the Editors prior to submission.
Two issues per volume year
ISSN 2514-8370 (Print)
ISSN 2514-8389 (Online)