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News@Maney July 2013 

We've been busy over the last few months and have some exciting developments to tell you about. We have signed two new journal agreements for 2014 - Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology and Plains Anthropologist, we are running plenty of Call for Papers campaigns and we are telling you all about the launch of our own online platform later this year along with an update on the blog, a new book and a brand new journal collection - Philosophy & Religious Studies!

Enjoy!
Jennie
j.agar@maneypublishing.com


 

NEW journals for 2014
The following journals will join our list from 2014:

Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology is the premier archaeology journal of the Midwest Archaeological Conference (MAC). It accepts original articles on regional archaeology between the Appalachian Mountains and the Great Plains, from the Boreal Forests to the Gulf of Mexico, and on closely related subjects.

Plains Anthropologist is the official journal of the Plains Anthropological Society and is the flagship journal of Great Plains anthropology. The Society supports the growth of knowledge concerning the physical, cultural, archaeological, and linguistic variation and evolution of Plains peoples.

>>  Learn more about MCJA

>> Learn more about PA

  

Calls for Papers
Are you looking to have a paper published? The editors of the following journals are currently seeking submissions on a variety of topics:

Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage

  >> Download CFP

Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage

  >> Download CFP

The Historic Environment:
Policy & Practice

SPECIAL ISSUE "Energy efficiency and historic buildings"

  >> Download CFP

Museums & Social Issues
SPECIAL ISSUE "A survey of emerging research"

  >> Download CFP

New online journal platform to launch later this year
We are excited to announce that we have signed an agreement with Atypon® for Literatum™ to power the future of our digital publications. It is anticipated that our new online platform will launch towards the end of 2013, bringing greater functionality and flexibility to the online publication of our journals. We will be working hard to ensure a smooth and seamless transfer from ingentaconnect.

After the launch, subscribers can expect straightforward access to content and an intuitive user interface for searching and administration.

Follow @ManeyPublishing on Twitter to keep up with the latest platform news and developments!


'Can you dig it?'
'Can you dig it?' launched with a bang back in April and has since received a great response to its variety of posts.

Recent posts...

 >> Visit the blog

NEW BOOK: Tourists, Travellers and Hotels in
19th-Century Jerusalem

The latest volume of the Palestine Exploration Fund Annuals is a study of the rise of tourism in the Holy Land, focused on the study of a particular hotel, the Mediterranean.The study draws extensively on the archives, both documentary and photographic, of the Palestine Exploration Fund (PEF).

Discounts available!
There are big discounts on all volumes in the series and members of the PEF can save 60%! Email us to receive your discount codes.

>> Join the PEF

>> Buy the book

NEW COLLECTION: Philosophy & Religious Studies

We’re extremely pleased to announce our new Philosophy & Religious Studies e-journal collection. The collection includes nineteen highly-regarded, peer-reviewed, international philosophy and religious studies publications. 14 of these journals are brand new to us in 2013.

Topics covered include bioethics, critical realism, medieval theology, practical and political theology, sexuality, spirituality and theological education. Highlights include Practical Theology, Critical Horizons, Journal of Critical Realism and The New Bioethics.

>> Discover the collection! 


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