SFU Archaeology Press: Books and Journals

SFU Archaeology Press has been an indispensable part of Canadian archaeology and Northwest Coast studies for 45 years. Since 1972, the Press has published 21 monographs and 15 edited volumes.

SFU Archaeology Press books are available online (archpress.lib.sfu.ca) and can be freely accessed and downloaded, in whole or part, courtesy of the SFU Scholarly Digitization Fund and SFU Archaeology. Enjoy!

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Inlet: Contributions to Archaeology

Inlet: Contributions to Archaeology is a new open-access journal that publishes peer-reviewed articles in archaeology, bioanthropology, and heritage studies. Inlet welcomes articles that communicate findings, reflect on new directions in a field, or disseminate information that may not fit under the purview of traditional venues. Its online publication format supports curation of data, multimedia, and other materials complementing works published in Inlet.

Inlet emphasizes short and accessible articles of roughly 1,500–3,000 words, excluding references. Articles are peer-reviewed and become available online shortly after authors complete review and submission processes.

To access articles, follow the links on our website (coming soon).

Inlet is currently accepting articles! If you are interested in publishing with Inlet, please follow the instructions through our website (coming soon).