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Illinois Archaeology

Illinois Archaeology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published annually by the Illinois Archaeological Survey (IAS). The journal publishes original articles relating to the archaeology of Illinois. IAS members receive Illinois Archaeology as part of their membership benefits. Illinois Archaeology has published hundreds of articles since the first volume of the journal appeared in 1989. The most recent volume is number 30 (2018). For a list of published articles, see the index to the table of contents.

Digital copies of the five most recent volumes are available to IAS members by logging into the Members Only portal of this website. (See the login box immediately to the left of this panel.) Older issues are publicly available for download with a moving five-year wall. Illinois Archaeology is also digitally available from EBSCO in its Academic Search™ Complete series. Check your library for access to this service. Contact the Editor regarding institutional subscriptions, nonmember subscriptions, and the availability of printed back issues.

Contributions should be emailed to the Editor. Review the Instructions for Contributors before making submissions.

Perspectives in Cahokia Archaeology

IAS Bulletin No. 10, Perspectives in Cahokia Archaeology (Brown 1975), is available for purchase at the Cahokia Mounds museum gift shop.

Last updated 2/24/2020.

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The Illinois Archaeological Survey is a society of professional archaeologists, and other technical professionals, dedicated to identifying and preserving important archaeological resources throughout the state of Illinois.

The IAS is a member of the Coalition for American Heritage. 

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