Fives years of The Post Hole
Posted on 11 November 2013
The release of issue 32 comes with a new editorial team and even more excitement for the journal
The Post Hole has released Issue 32, under a new team headed by Emily Taylor. The issue contains six articles ranging from understanding phenomenological methodologies in archaeology, to personal accounts of excavation work carried out this summer in Tanzania, analysis of artefacts and exploring western society’s depictions of key figures in history like Columbus.
This publication follows close on the heels of the release of Issue 31
, which marked the 5th anniversary of the student-run journal and the final release for the editorial team directed by David Altoft. It featured a range of articles on topics covering everything froom 3D visualisation to archaeobotany, including an article on York Archaeology Department's 2013 undergraduate fieldschool at Star Carr with reflections from two students who took part in it.
The Post Hole has many plans for the new academic year focusing on publicity engaging students and lecturers in York and reaching out to the wider public.
As always The Post Hole welcomes your articles. Submission details are found on the website and the next deadline for the December issue is November 20th.