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SAA produces a number of high-quality publications such as our quarterly journals, published in partnership with Cambridge University Press, as well as our magazine and the books published by The SAA Press. SAA publications provide a key service and benefit to SAA members as well as the general public.

If you are seeking information regarding Open Access policies for SAA journal articles published in Advances in Archaeological Practice, American Antiquity, or Latin American Antiquity by Cambridge University Press (SAA's journal publishing partner), please see  https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/open-access-policies

Both Green and Gold Open Access options are available. Green is free, and Gold is currently $2,835 for Non-Members and $1,000 for Members. Upon acceptance of an article to the journal, authors may designate either Green or Gold Open Access via a copyright transfer agreement sent to the Cambridge production team. 

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 Advances In Archaeological Practice
American Antiquity

A quarterly, full-color, digital journal devoted to sharing creative solutions to challenges in the practice of archaeology globally.

As one of the principal SAA journals, Advances in Archaeological Practice is the premier place to publish original scholarly work on how archaeologists learn about the past, convey findings in the present, or manage resources for the future. Articles are short, succinct, and problem-oriented, offering tangible take-aways that can be applied quickly to the day-to-day work of archaeologists in academia, government, and private practice. “Practice” is defined broadly and topics may include, but are not limited to, innovations in approach, technique, method, technology, models, collaboration, compliance, process, ethics, public engagement, stewardship, and training. The journal is available as a benefit of membership in the SAA or by subscription.

Introduction to Publishing in Advances in Archaeological Practice 

Learn how to prepare and submit an article to Advances in Archaeological Practice with editor Sarah Herr. The recorded online seminar from 2017 covers the basics for publishing with this online journal.

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 American Antiquity
American Antiquity

A quarterly journal devoted to the archaeology of the New World, method and theory pertinent to the study of New World archaeology, and closely related subjects.

American Antiquity is one of the principal journals of the Society for American Archaeology. The journal is a benefit of membership in the SAA. This section includes tables of contents for issues beginning in 1995. Visit the American Antiquity editorial office for more information.

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 Latin American Antiquity

A quarterly journal devoted to the special reports on archaeology, prehistory, and ethnohistory in Mesoamerica, Central America, and South America, and culturally related areas.

Latin American Antiquity is one of the principal journals of the Society for American Archaeology. The journal is a benefit of membership in the SAA. This section includes tables of contents for issues beginning in 1995. Visit the Latin American Antiquity editorial office for more information.

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 The SAA Archaeological Record

A four-color magazine, issued five times a year, encompassing SAA business, commentary, news, regular columns, software reviews, job listings, opinions, and articles. The first first issue was January, 2001, and it replaced The SAA Bulletin. For more information, please contact the editor.

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Education Publications


Oaxaca as a Case Study
SAA has prepared a web translation of the book The Management of Archaeological Resources in Mexico: Oaxaca as a Case Study by Nelly M. Robles Garcia, translation by Jack Corbett.

NEW! The Notebook of the Society for American Archaeology (Historical Document)

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