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Objective Etruscan Studies: Journal of the Etruscan Foundation is the leading scholarly publication on Etruscology and Italic Studies in the English language. The journal details activities in all areas of research and study related to the Etruscan and pre-Roman civilizations and publishes articles as well as reviews of meetings and publications of interest to the professional community.
The journal invites submissions of original research in all disciplines relating to Etruscan and Italic Studies, such as archaeology, archaeometry, art history, epigraphy, and history. Archaeological site reports, either annual or multi-year, are also welcome. Submissions may be in English, French, German or Italian, but the final publication will be in English. All articles are peer-reviewed.
Founded in 1994, Etruscan Studies is a publication of the Etruscan Foundation. For information about the foundation and becoming a member, please visit www.etruscanfoundation.org. Members receive a complimentary subscription to Etruscan Studies as part of their membership.
Article formats Annual and multi-year archaeological site reports
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Editor-in-Chief Gretchen Meyers; Franklin & Marshall College; Lancaster USA
Executive Editor P. Gregory Warden; Franklin College; Switzerland
Associate Editor Sinclair Bell; Northern Illinois University; USA
Book Review Editor Bridget Sandhoff; University of Nebraska, Omaha; USA
Consulting Editor Lisa Pieracinni; University of California-Berkeley; USA
Editorial Board Richard De Puma; University of Iowa; USA Helen Nagy; University of Puget Sound; USA Alessandro Naso; University of Naples Federico II; Italy Erik Nielsen; Franklin College; Switzerland David Soren; University of Arizona; USA Stephan Steingräber; University of Roma Tre; Italy L. Bouke van der Meer; Leiden University; Netherlands Rex Wallace; University of Massachusetts; USA
Editorial Office Gretchen Meyers; Editor Etruscan Studies Department of Classics Office GOE109 Franklin & Marshall College Lancaster, PA 17604-3003 USA firstname.lastname@example.org