Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Building on the tradition of previous Landscape Archaeology Conferences held in Amsterdam in 2010, and in Berlin in 2012, in 2014 the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR) organised the 3rd LAC conference, in collaboration with the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, in the historical and cultural heart of Europe

'The LAC2014 conference in Rome was held between 17th – 20th of September 2014 and had keynote lectures of Jed Kaplan (University of Lausanne, Switzerland) and Jan Kolen (Leiden University, The Netherlands). Main themes of the conference were:

  1. Landscape archaeology and contemporary society,
  2. Integrated approaches in landscape archaeology,
  3. Mediterranean landscape archaeology,
  4. Social dimensions in landscape archaeology,
  5. Digital landscapes.

During the conference thirteen sessions were organised in three different locations within the city of Rome, at the Netherlands Institute, the Swedish Institute and the Belgian Institute.

 

Section Editors

The wind of change: town, country, land-use and settlement patterns between the fourth and the seventh century AD

 

Editors
  • Franceska Carboni
  • Cristina Corsi
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Archaeomorphology as landscape archaeology: new approaches and perspectives

Editors
  • Hector Orengo
  • Josef Palet
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Ancient topography and archaeology of landscape

Editors
  • Marcello Guaitoli
  • Stefania Quilici-Gigli
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Computational modeling in landscape archaeology: back to the drawing board?

Editors
  • Marieke Brouwer-Burg
  • Philip Verhagen
  • Thomas Whitley
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Seeing heritage through the lenses of landscapes

Editors
  • Graham Fairclough
  • Bas Pedroli
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Peer Review Process

All sessions except ' Ancient topography and archaeology of landscape' have been peer-reviewed (double blinded in the case of session 'The Wind of Change'). The reviewing was done by peers selected by the session organisers/editors.

 

Open Access Policy

The LAC2014 proceedings provide immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.