||North American Archaeologist
AIMS & SCOPE
Published quarterly, North American Archaeologist is the only general journal dedicated solely to North America,
offering total coverage of archaeological activity in the United States, Canada, and northern Mexico (excluding Mesoamerica).
North American Archaeologist surveys all aspects of prehistoric and historic archaeology within an evolutionary perspective,
from Paleo-Indian studies to industrial sites. It accents the results of Resource Management and Contract Archaeology, the newest
growth areas in archaeology, often neglected in other publications.
North American Archaeologist especially promotes for publication the work of new authors in the both the scholarly and
applied profession who seek to reach a wider audience than is often attainable via Master’s theses, doctoral dissertations, and
compliance reports. The Journal regularly and reliably publishes work based on activities in state, provincial, and local
archaeological societies. It also includes as areas of special interest the following: a) select works from the avocational sector,
and b) papers on museum practice, public education/outreach, and cultural heritage law as they pertain to archaeology.
Meet the Editor
Anthony Boldurian, a native of South Philadelphia, graduated with a Master’s degree in Anthropology from Eastern New Mexico
University in 1981 and a doctorate in Anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh in 1985. In 1990, he founded the Pitt-Greensburg
Archaeology Program. In 1994, he was awarded tenure, followed in 2002 by the rank of (full) Professor. He researches and writes about
American Origins, especially the Ice Age First American Paleo-Indians and the early migrations by Euro-Americans into Pennsylvania.
For 30 years, Dr. Boldurian has written about the world-renowned Clovis site and studied Pennsylvania’s Meadowcroft Rockshelter,
both National Historic Landmarks. In the archaeology classroom, he teaches in fun-to-learn ways which foster critical thinking,
attention to detail, and an appreciation for preserving our fragile past. His efforts have earned several citations, including the
University of Pittsburgh Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award and grants for teaching innovation.
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- Abstracts of Native Studies
- FRANCIS—PASCAL INIST / CNRS, France
- International Bibliography of Book Reviews (IBR)
- International Bibliography of Periodical Literature (IBZ)
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