Assemblage

Christiane Meckseper, 2003

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Introduction

assemblage

The Assemblage journal is the culmination of a long process, and the work of many minds and hands. Discussions about a postgraduate publication initiative here at Sheffield began in early 1994, and initially revolved around the idea of publishing occasional printed collections of graduate student papers, with the intent of allowing Sheffield's junior scholars to gain experience in publishing their academic work. As the initiative progressed, there was a shift in the favoured medium, and a concomitant broadening of content and purpose; in the winter of 1995, as the project gathered momentum, it was decided to go electronic, and to include a medley of material from a variety of authors, not just revised dissertation chapters from Sheffield students. From there assemblage built a reputation as a well-respected and progressive peer-reviewed journal, in which postgraduates and career pros are given equal opportunity to disseminate their work.

In assemblage's pages you will find a breadth of material which is not often matched in archaeological journals, for as a volunteer-run publication with virtually no overhead costs, assemblage has been liberated from the need to conform to an established niche in order to sell subscriptions, and has been able to mold this journal according to our wishes.

Issues one to ten of assemblage, the Sheffield Graduate Journal of Archaeology, have been archived by the Archaeology Data Service and are available:

More recent issues of this on-line publication are available at the assemblage website.