King's Manor is home to four academic journals, as well as a key publication for archaeology and museum professionals, while students from the Department run their own hugely successful journal, The Post Hole.
Editor: Judith Winters
Internet Archaeology is the first fully refereed e-journal for archaeology, setting the standard for the innovative use of information technologies in research publication. Articles make use of the huge potential of internet publication to present archaeological research in unique and exciting ways, such as full colour images, photographs, searchable data sets, visualisations and interactive mapping.
Editor Prof. Terry O'Connor
The International Journal of Osteoarchaeology provides a forum for the publication of papers dealing with all aspects of the study of human and animal bones from archaeological contexts.
Editor: Nicky Milner
Mesolithic Miscellany publishes research reports, book reviews, synopses of recent excavations and research, statements for debate, conference summaries, radiocarbon dates, announcements, and summaries or abstracts of recent publications to inform readers of current developments in the field.
Editor: Steve Ashby
The Finds Research Group is the UK's key forum for archaeologists and museum professionals interested in researching artefacts of the Anglo-Saxon, Viking, medieval and post-medieval periods. In particular, the FRG provides a means by which specialists, finds workers, museum professionals and other interested persons can communicate and discuss topics relevant to the subject of finds identification and interpretation. It produces regular Datasheets, which communicate recent research and helpful identification guides on a range of post-Roman material culture.
The Post Hole is a student run journal for all those interested in archaeology. It aims to promote discussion and the flow of ideas in the department of Archaeology for the University of York and the wider archaeological community.