Mission Statement - Inter-Section
We feel it is important that the publications printed in the journal aid the student-authors in building their scientific careers. The online open-access of the journal is one way of achieving that; the authors can easily add their publication to their CV and/or academia.edu account. By the presentation and publication of papers, apart from other extracurricular activities, like fieldwork.
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Detecting cultural formation processes through arthropod assemblages: a conceptual model for urban archaeological waste-/cesspits. Mollusc collection and salt-production: resource-procurement and distribution in the Gulf of Fonseca. The 'lively' streets of Classical Olynthos: a spatial analysis of urban life on the North Hill, 432 - 348 BCE. Peeters, D., R. Nieuwenkamp, M.B. Langbroek and R.J.C. Vlaskamp. Presenting the work of junior archaeologists to a broader audience. Cárdenas Meijers, S.