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Povolzhskaya Arkheologiya (The Volga River Region Archaeology) (ISSN: 2306-4099)

Publisher: Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Khalikov of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences

ISSN-L: 2306-4099

ISSN: 2306-4099

E-ISSN: 2500-2856

IF(Impact Factor) : 0.131 / 2015

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Description

Povolzhskaya Arkheologia” is open access journal, comes out once in three months, offering opportunities of professional communication to a wide circle of specialists and becoming a permanent and reliable source of information on current research and developments in history and archaeology of Eurasian steppes, specifically the Volga and Ural regions.
The journal is published jointly by Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Khalikov of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences and Mari State University since 2012
Language of publication is Russian (from 2016 in Russian and in English). All papers are reviewed and supplemented by an abstract in the English language.
Timetable: March, June, September, December. Format: 168х258 mm.
Scope of the publications is not limited chronologically or regionally. Nevertheless, preference is given to publications on cultural and historical processes related to the Volga, Ural and North-Caspian regions.
The journal contains genuine theoretic and research articles on archaeology, anthropology, archaeozoology, bioarchaeology, numismatics, epigraphics, ethnic archaeology and other interdisciplinary studies.
An important place in the journal is offered to the most recent field surveys conducted by archaeologists, anthropologists and ethnographers. Chronicles of scientific life, proceedings of symposia and workshops find their place on pages of the journal.
Main sections of the journal:
Research and publications. It is the main section of the journal, including authentic scientific articles featuring the topics of the journal.
Discussions. This includes discussion papers on debatable issues.
Critics and bibliography. This includes reviews, summaries, etc.
Chronicle. This includes scientific developments (reports from conferences, anniversary dedications, greetings, obituaries, etc.)
These thematic sections of the journal do not narrow the scope of topics available to the contributors, because we can add more sections to cover interesting and relevant manuscripts.

Last modified: 2016-10-07 04:00:01

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