Archaeologia Polona is a peer-reviewed (Double-Blind Peer Reviews) journal edited and annually published in the English language by the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, intended for an international audience. Its main purpose is to present a wide range of various approaches to the most important problems of contemporary archaeology.
The yearbook "Archeologia" is a periodical with an internationally recognized reputation, integrating the Polish environment of classical archaeologists and a leading journal in the field of ancient archaeology in Central Europe. Published works cover Greek-Roman antiquity, from the beginning of Aegean civilization to the end of the ancient world in the 5th century A.D. Territorially, it is the entire mediterranean area and, in the context of the contacts and influences of ancient civilization, Central Europe and the Black Sea areas.
“Archeologia Polski” is a yearbook which publishes works on methodology and methods of archaeological research and methods of disciplines collaborating with archaeology, as well as studies on issues of prehistory and early history of Polish lands shown against European background. Featured are, above all, articles presenting general concepts, which synthetize the bespoken issues. Each volume contains also a part devoted to polemics and discussion, as well as reviews of Polish and foreign literature, mainly archaeological but also related to disciplines collaborating with archaeology, and finally chronicles.
Evaluation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education 2019: 70
The journal Ethnologia Polona publishes academic articles in the disciplines of social anthropology, cultural anthropology, sociology, cultural studies, history, interdisciplinary studies, ethnology, ethnography, methodology, qualitative research, as well as interdisciplinary research.
Etnografia Polska (Polish Ethnography) is a peer-reviewed (double blind review) interdisciplinary journal covering aspects of ethnography, ethnology, socio-cultural anthropology, history and sociology.
The journal was founded in 1956 on behalf of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences. For many years it fostered a scholarly discussion among Polish ethnologists. Nowadays, the journal is aimed to present not only social sciences and humanities in Poland, but also abroad.
Fasciculi Archaeologiae Historicae is a peer-reviewed (Double-Blind Peer Reviews) journal edited and annually published in the English language by the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, intended for an international audience. The subject matter of the journal is historical archaeology, from antiquity to modern times. Preference is given to issues connected with the history of material culture, arms and armour, architecture, man and nature and the history of textiles.
Articles are published in the following languages: English, German
Frequency of publishing: annual
The Journal of Urban Ethnology is a periodical addressed to the researchers of urban culture with regard to both its theoretical and methodological dimension and the detailed analysis of various aspects of urban culture. Urban ethnology/anthropology are understood broadly, not only in reference to the culture of a strictly urban environment, but also with regard to issues of the dissemination of urban lifestyle to other socio-cultural environments, including small towns and villages. The JUE publishes theoretical, methodological, analytical, comparative and empirical texts. Articles published in the JUE have not been published elsewhere.
“The Quarterly of the History of Material Culture” has been published since 1953.
It is an interdisciplinary journal, integrating historians, art historians, archaeologists and ethnologists who are interested in the history of civilization. Published materials mainly concern the material and technical aspects of production, consumption and exchange processes, from prehistory to the 20th century on Polish territory and abroad, especially in the countries of Central Europe.
The magazine publishes articles in Polish and in foreign languages, which are varied in terms of subject matter and form, as well as review and reporting items.
Archaeological Review is an annual journal dedicated to general archaeology. On the pages of Archaeological Review, issued form 100 years, several generations of Polish and foreign archaeologists have published their articles, significantly contributing to the development of the archaeology of Poland and Central Europe. The topics published in the journal cover issues concerning the methodology and the problems of all periods from the Paleolithic to the Middle Ages in Europe, America and the Middle East.The editors of Archaeological Review strive for publishing bigger monographic studies of prehistoric and early medieval archaeology, mainly from European countries, as well as of methodology and history of archaeological research. A lot of space has been also given to peer-reviews, discussions and polemics. Archaeological Review, as the journal of the Institute, is open for researchers from various Polish and foreign institutions. The quality of articles has been always guaranteed by peer-review prepared by numerous members of the Editorial Committee and, in every case, by professors-specialists from Universities, from the Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences and from foreign institutions.
Sprawozdania Archeologiczne is a reviewed polish archeological journal, published in english language, since 1952 by Ośrodek Instytutu Archeologii i Etnologii Polskiej Akademii Nauk. Main scopes of journal are dedicated to international community of archeologists and also other people interested in prehistory of Ancient and New World.