The editorial board of Inter-Section happily invites contributions from ambitious archaeology students, or recent graduates, of Leiden University’s Faculty of Archaeology. We welcome all sorts of article submissions, as long as they are based on the original work of the author and contribute to the broader understanding of a relevant archaeological problem. The ideal starting point for such publications are Bachelor’s and (Research-)Master’s theses, as well as written assignments for courses.

If you wish to submit an article to Inter-Section it is important to thoroughly read how the submission process works. In order to ensure the publication of the journal once a year, the deadlines are strictly managed. If you have any additional questions concerning the application process you are welcome to contact the Editorial Board via email or address them in person.

The next submission deadline is: September 1st 2022
Proposals submitted after the deadline will be considered for the following issue.

Open Science.

At Inter-Section we are committed to Open Science practices. All articles are Open Access, and we expect authors to make their data available according to FAIR and CARE principles. We also encourage authors to employ transparent methods by using free and open source software and scripting languages in their analysis.

Formal Requirements.

  • The applicant is a student of archaeology at Leiden University, or recently graduated
  • Submissions are the product of original and individually performed research
  • The applicant is supported by a staff member of the Faculty of Archaeology
  • All submissions are in English
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