Journal of Texas Archeology and History
2nd Call for Papers – Volume 4 (2018)
The Journal of Texas Archeology and History.org was established to protect, preserve, and promote archeology and history studies through public outreach, publishing, and distribution. Our signature work is a peer-reviewed publication that promotes professional and graduate-level research in the fields of archeology and history regarding a geographic region centered around the State of Texas that includes Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and the northern portions of Mexico. We call this region the “Texas Borderlands”.
The peer-reviewed JTAH “Journal” is produced annually as an open-access online publication whose text is discoverable via Google Scholar and other prominent search engines. It is freely available to authors working in the relevant subject matter and accessible to readers worldwide at zero cost. It is word searchable in common Portable Document Format (.PDF) file format and indexed to be discoverable on the internet. We have no deadline for authors to meet; simply submit a completed manuscript to the Co-Editors-in-Chief, Todd M. Ahlman at email@example.com and Mary Jo Galindo at MJGalindo@pape-dawson.com. They will begin the peer review processes upon receipt. All submissions should follow American Antiquity style
(http://www.saa.org/…/Pu…/StyleGuide/StyleGuide_Final_813.pdf). Upon peer review and approval by the Co-Editors-in-Chief and final preparation for publication, the article will be published in the online journal. Additionally, articles published online will appear in the annual digital and print versions of the Journal. Each annual volumes close on June 30 and the next volume is opened on July 1st.
Our online version of the Journal is a 100% digital publication – authors are encouraged to take full advantage of technology to enhance their article through use of features not available in traditional print publications. These enhancements include, but are not limited to: extensive color, high-resolution photography, video clips, embedded sound bites, 3-D interactive imagery, hypertext links to outside content and websites. Authors whose research includes significant raw numerical data may provide a separate appendix for supporting data that will be published separately in the online version and available as a stand-alone digital download. Additionally, the JTAH.org publishes a high-quality, full-color, print version of its annual volume of peer-reviewed research. The print publication is made available through Amazon.com at low cost as a service to the research community and authors who require or prefer traditional print copies.