ARQUEOLOGÍA IBEROAMERICANA is a peer-reviewed, open access international scientific journal devoted to the archaeological study of prehistoric, protohistoric, ancient and historical societies of Latin America, the United States, the Iberian Peninsula, the Philippines, and other Iberian countries.
It is published online four times a year (March, June, October, December) in PDF electronic format and contains scientific articles and research advances on the archaeology of the American, Iberian and Filipino peoples.
Spanish, English and Portuguese are the primary languages.
Authors are encouraged to make a DONATION toward the cost of publishing their article through the open access format.
Scheduled dates for final publication
March 31, 2013 (17th issue); June 30, 2013 (18th issue); October 31, 2013 (19th issue); December 31, 2013 (20th issue).
Call for Papers Deadline
Articles will be published immediately on acceptance.
Manuscripts submitted cannot have been previously published in any form or language. Authors should send manuscripts, including illustrations (JPEG, TIFF or BMP) at the best possible resolution, in electronic format (Word, OpenOffice). They should also enclose a short curriculum vita and a brief abstract of their paper in English and Spanish, and keywords in both languages. All references should appear in the text or in footnotes as follows: (author, year: page(s)).
Tables should be sent as illustrations, i.e., in graphical format. Do not scan black and white images as if they were photographs.
Acceptance is not guaranteed. All papers must be peer-reviewed by the Advisory Board.
Digital proofs will be sent to authors a few days before final publication, but only minor corrections will be accepted.
The usual maximum length of manuscripts should not exceed 25,000 words.
This publication is distributed freely over the Internet to achieve maximum dissemination. The journal, fully committed to the philosophy of open access to scientific knowledge, allows authors to archive digital reprints of their articles, personally or institutionally.
Under existing law, the author is the copyright holder but the publishing rights holder of the journal is the Editor, who has signed a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Spain (CC BY 3.0) license in January 2011.
Manuscripts and correspondence should be sent to the EDITOR.