Proposals Herom

The journal is open to international research submitted by individual scholars as well as by interdisciplinary teams, and especially wishes to promote work by junior researchers and new and innovative projects. Challenging research themes can be explored in dedicated issues, and theoretical approaches are welcomed. Book reviews and review articles further screen the pulse of the field.


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For more information, please contact the editors Jeroen Poblome (University of Leuven - Jeroen.Poblome@arts.kuleuven.be), Daniele Malfitana (The National Research Council of Italy - daniele.malfitana@cnr.it) or John Lund (The National Museum of Denmark - john.lund@natmus.dk).

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