The interactive search and discovery platform, ScienceOpen, has partnered with Brepols —an international publisher of academic research founded in 1796—to showcase the newly launched Journal of Urban Archaeology (JUA) in a featured collection on the ScienceOpen platform.
JUA is the first dedicated scholarly journal to recognise urban archaeology as a field within its own right, and is intended to provide an intellectual forum for researchers working on the archaeology of urban societies and networks in all parts of the world and across all periods. The peer-reviewed journal welcomes contributions covering a range of subjects, from major new fieldwork in urban sites to discussions of theory and methodology, or wider studies exploring the culture, conditions, and connectivity of urban societies in the past.
JUA is the third Brepols journal to be indexed in a unique Collection on ScienceOpen. It joins the Journal for the History of Environment and Society and the European Yearbook of the History of Psychology, which were integrated on the platform in 2019. Equipped with a unique landing page, a built-in search engine and an overview of the featured content, ScienceOpen collections provide an interactive environment to enhance user engagement with the content of the scholarly journals. In addition, all the Collections can be reviewed, recommended, and shared by users, helping facilitate academic debate and increase the discoverability of the research within, and related to, each Journal Collection.
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